The popular virtual diva Hatsune Miku has teamed up with Digimon Adventure for an awesome collaboration as a celebration of Digimon Adventure’s 20th anniversary. The official collaborative illustration was revealed on Tuesday.
The illustration is done by Atsuya Uki, who is the character designer for the “Digimon Adventure tri” film series. It shows Hatsune Miku wearing goggles and holding a Digivice similar to the series’ protagonist Kai. Agumon is featured in the said art together with her.
A Translated message of Atsuya Uki says:
“Congratulations on your 20th anniversary, “Digimon Adventures”!
I was asked to have Hatsune Miku and Agemon to reference the “Children suspended in the sky”, one of the key visuals in the Digimon “tri.” anime.
In addition, I included Taichi’s goggles, as well as a Digivice, a symbolic bond with the Digimon.
Finally, butterflies are seen fluttering about, in remembrance of the song, “Butter-Fly”.
Their wings are adorned with a faint Digimon-chic pattern.”
More information about this collaboration will be released soon.
Hatsune Miku is one of the most popular virtual singers in the world created by Crypton Media and is based on a line of a voice singing synthesizer software engine called VOCALOID developed by YAMAHA Corporation. Since 2007, many music producers have been using Miku as their main singer in creating a variety of songs. Regardless of the rise of virtual YouTubers and singers, Hatsune Miku still remains on top as one of the most notable and iconic virtual idol.
Due to her popularity and growing fanbase, she even has her own official playlist in the popular music streaming platform Spotify. The application has now become more of a preferred choice for listeners to stream and listen to their favorite music as more Japanese music are being added due to its continuous demand. There is no question to why Hatsune Miku is no exemption to this hype.
Digimon Adventure centers on a group of ordinary kids who become part of the DigiDestined, which are chosen individuals who are destined to save the Digital World. The anime originally aired from March 7, 1999, to March 26, 2000, for a total of 56 episodes. In celebration of the franchise’s 15th anniversary, the film series Digimon tri. was produced. The first part of the film series premiered in Japan on November 21, 2015. This was then followed into a few more movies. The last film premiered on May 5, 2018.