Digimon Superman Legend is a fanfictional series of Digimon made by JBolbotowski1. It is based on Mutant Turtles: Choujin Densetsu-hen and Mega Man Star Force. The series is kinda like a fusion between Digimon Frontier, Digimon Data Squad, and Digimon Fusion. It featured the humans' Digimon partners as superheroes, who gained superpowers with the use of Digitastones, while the Dark Marauder, Kraanq, and Ex-Hybrids, Joki, Kanami, and Kevin gained Digivolution and super-villain powers with the use of a Dark Digitastone.


Long ago, a group of fifteen Digimon sacrificed themselves to defeat an ultimate evil that threatened the Digital World. These Super Warriors created artifacts from their data, the thirty Digitastones (fifteen Super Spirits and fifteen Guardian Beasts, one of each for each element), before leaving the Digital World in the care of the Digimon Sovereigns. To counter this, the Digimon Sovereign, Azulongmon summons five children from the human world into the Digital World via the train-like Trailmon.


Main article: List of characters in Digimon Superman Legend


Character Voice actor Digimon Voice Actor
Tagiro Kamachi (Ja:) Minami Takayama Shoutmon (Ja:) Chika Sakamoto
Enthusiastic and athletic, Tagiro is a boastful, humble, lovable, honest and determined boy who takes leadership references from his favorite sci-fi movie Space Hero (a parody of Astroboy and Star Trek). He is a prodigy in his own right. He can't turn his back on someone in need and deeply values his friends, believing in the good in everyone. Sometimes he is tough, bumbling, over-protective, outspoken and short-tempered. He has a crush on Iriu. He wields a red and blue Digivice.
Iriu Hamamoto (Ja:) Aoi Yūki Lunamon (Ja:) Hiromi Konno
A sassy, sweet, determined, understanding and kind African American girl who is Tagiro's girlfriend, sweetheart, and love interest, and the wielder of a pink and white Digivice. She is also feisty, bossy, stubborn, selfish and resourceful but has feelings.
Rus Danamonto (Ja:) Masato Amada Ballistamon (Ja:) Takeshi Kusao
An overweight, practical, nice, sometimes dim-witted, good-hearted, sometimes eccentric, energetic, comedic, calm, thick-headed, and very suggestible boy is Tagiro's best friend and the wielder of a bright green Digivice. However he is also grumpy, hot-tempered, sarcastic, sometimes aggressive, suspicious and demanding. He dislikes it when Tagiro and Iriu are arguing each other. He is a lover of video games, comic books, skateboarding, pranks and pizza. Rus speaks in slang and has an encyclopedic knowledge of the game. His intense opinions, his appearance and his unorthodox style of battle and the way he expresses himself all lend themselves to comedy.
Kagiru Damamonto (Ja:) Junichi Kanemaru Greymon (Ja:) Takeshi Kusao
Cold, calculating, dedicated, and some what menacing teenager chosen to wield the navy Digivice.
Den Tokari (Ja:) Shinichi Yamada Bearmon (Ja:) Daisuke Kishio
An intelligent, hothead, and self proclaimed rival of Tagiro who practices kendo and is very knowledgeable about machinery. He is also terrified of heights, much to his humiliation. He wields a maroon Digivice.
Ryo Aonuma (Ja:) Shinichi Yamada Darkdramon (Ja:) Tomohisa Hashizume
An enigmatic teenager who wields a blue and grey Digivice.


Character Voice actor (s)
Dark Marauder/Horoku Samato (Ja:) Bin Shimada
He is the main villain of the series. He is the version of the Shredder. Uses the Super Spirits and Guardian Beasts to become NeoDynasmon and IceTigermon.
Kraanq (Ja:) Hiroshi Yanaka
An extremely intelligent, disembodied brain from the planet Mor'Dal, who commands the Technodome.

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