Digimon Adventure calls on K-Pop group for next ending


Digimon Adventure brought in K-pop group ATEEZ for the next and possibly final ending theme of the series! The rebooted version of the original animated series released by Bandai over 20 years ago took the first steps into its final arc as Tai and the other DigiDestined began to understand the mystery behind their various badges in order to fight the next one. “Great Catastrophe”. “As the reboot series now heads into its final arc, it will be getting a facelift for its place in the upcoming summer 2021 animated season. That means a new ending theme sequence!

This one is going to be special, however, because Digimon Adventure announced the fifth series ending theme will be “Dreamers” performed by K-pop group ATEEZ. This is a huge opportunity for the band’s fans and it will also serve as the very first Japanese single from ATEEZ which will be released on July 28 in Japan. Discover the official announcement of Digimon Adventureofficial Twitter account from below:

While ATEEZ’s single “Dreamers” will be available from July 28 (in Japan), it has not yet been confirmed when this new theme will debut in the series. Scheduled to begin in July, this new ending theme will likely serve as the last given that we’re currently down to 53 episodes in its order of 66 episodes at the time of writing. Fans of the group are therefore ready for a whole series of episodes with this new ending theme!

Digimon Adventure is now in the process of officially revealing each of the remaining Mega Evolutions for DigiDestined Partners who never made an appearance in the original series as the final battle for the anime as a whole begins to take shape. But what do you think? What do you hope to see before the reboot anime ends later this year? Let us know your thoughts in the comments! You can even contact me directly about anything animated and other cool stuff. @Valdezologie on Twitter!

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