Let's face it, did you really think Digimon Tri wasn't going to be brought to the US? Well, it's here.
But the situation regarding Saban's license of the series has been admittedly rocky. Disney bought the rights to Digimon when Frontier came out. As of recently, Saban reformed itself as Saban Brands and relicensed the TV series, but the question remained: would they be the ones to release Tri? Would someone else do it? Or would the movies not be dubbed at all? Despite some concerns, protests, and grievances, Eleven Arts managed to license the Tri movies. As of now, the first one has been dubbed, though a potential DVD release is unknown at this point. Best of all? Most of the original cast has been brought back, with some exceptions.
Even so, we can rejoice in the fact that Digimon and its influence will never die, no matter how much time passes. The fact that its endured for this long speaks volumes of how much the series has impacted the lives of so many, me included. Welcome back, Digimon.
Moment #10: Digimon coming back to the US via tri, a feat nobody thought could be achieved.