1.5" Collectable Digimon
3" Spirit Digimon
5" Digi-Warriors
5" Spirit Digivolving Figures
5" Digivolving Figures
8" Hybrid Digivolving Figures
8" Warp-Digivolving Figures
Electronic Toys
Video Games

All toys from Season Four come packaged with a Digi-Digit card for use with the D-Tector Digivice.


Sets include a randomized "mystery figure," which is not visible in the packaging.

The four sets after 58 were not released in the US, so their number allocations go unknown. In the same vein, whether or not characters in these sets who have appeared in the show, but not yet been named by Bandai have different names to those in the show is unknown.

As is the case with Bandai, in sets 48 and 49, Zhuqiaomon and Ebonwumon's names are reversed.

None of these sets were released in Europe.

Spirit Agunimon

Spirit BeelzemonSpirit WarGreymonThese figures take the place of the 2.5" Action Feature Digimon toys in the season four line.

Each poseable figure comes with a translucent capsule that attaches to your belt, in which the figure can fit.

None of these figures were released in Europe.


Digi-Warrior LobomonIn compensation for the action-figure-like quality of many of this season's Digivolving toys, the season four characters in this year's Digi-Warriors line are bolstered with action features. These figures are Japanese moulds, but inferior America paintjobs persist, though the quality is better on Imperialdramon Paladin Mode, Rapidmon and BlackWarGrowlmon, redecoed figures from previous years.

Digi-Warrior BurningGreymonAs per his character design, Imperialdramon Paladin Mode does not include the cannon that comes with the original Imperialdramon, and is instead armed with a sword.

Loweemon and KaiserLeomon were not released in their native Japan due to flagging merchandise sales.

None of these figures were released in Europe.

Additionally, Bandai Asia have advertised a ChaosGallantmon Digi-Warrior, a redeco of the Gallantmon figure. It was not released in the US.

Spirit Digivolving Agunimon5" SPIRIT DIGIVOLVING FIGURES

All these figures are original US moulds, which appear to be at least partially based on the moulds for some of the Spirit Digivolving BeetlemonDigi-Warriors.

The paintjob quality improves considerably from last year's 5" Digivolvers, but is still not perfect.

Agunimon, BurningGreymon, Lobomon and Beetlemon were released in Europe. Beetlemon came after the other three, and sightings of him were extremely limited. The Digi-Digit card was not included with Agunimon, BurningGreymon or Lobomon, even though the packaging claimed it was. Beetlemon did have the card included.


All these figures, except the season one re-releases (Greymon, Garurumon and Kabuterimon), are American moulds.

Greymon, Garurumon and Kabuterimon from the season one toy line are re-released in season four packaging with metalized paint.Digivolving Beowolfmon/MagnaGarurumon

Leomon, Cyberdramon and the metalized versions of Growlmon, Kyubimon and Gargomon, all released the previous year, carried over into this toyline, now in season four packaging. Guardromon/Andromon is also pictured on their packaging, but was not released as part of season four.

Kumamon, Duskmon, Aldamon and Beowolfmon have been advertised in the catalogue packaged with other toys, but were not released in the US. They have, however, been seen in Singapore.

None of these figures were released in Europe.

Hybrid Digivolving Agunimon8" HYBRID DIGIVOLVING FIGURES

The moveable bodies and spirit/armour moulds for these toys are Japanese, but the character shells added to Agunimon, BurningGreymon, Lobomon, KendoGarurumon, Loweemon and KaiserLeomon are products of Bandai of America.

Spirit Digivolving MagnaGarurumon and KaiserGreymonAgunimon and BurningGreymon can combine to form either Aldamon or AncientGreymon.

Lobomon and KendoGarurumon can combine to form either Beowolfmon or AncientGarurumon. Their instructions sheets contain an error for combining to AncientGarurumon, where they reverse the names of the two characters' spirit bodies.

Loweemon and KaiserLeomon can combine to form either Reichmon or AncientSphinxmon, unique in that these are non-show characters. They were not released in Japan due to flagging merchandise sales.Hybrid Digivolving Loweemon

KaiserGreymon and MagnaGarurumon combine with each other to form Susanomon. They were advertised in the catalogue packaged with other toys, but were not released in the US. They have, however, been seen in Singapore.

BurningGreymon, Lobomon and KendoGarurumon were released in Europe. Each toy contained two Digi-Digit cards (perhaps to compensate for not including cards with the Spirit Digivolvers). The European instructions for Lobomon and KendoGarurumon also correct the error from the American version.

Warp-Digivolving Gallantmon Crimson Mode8" WARP-DIGIVOLVING FIGURES

All of these toys are original American moulds.

Warp-Digivolving Lopmon/KerpymonGallantmon/Crimson Mode, Lopmon/Kerpymon and Impmon/Beelzemon were released the previous year, and carry over to this year, now in season four packaging.

Gallantmon/Crimson Mode and Gallantmon/Chaos Mode feature metalized paint as standard.

The Lopmon/Kerpymon figure has apparently not received a full widespread release in the US, as it has been seen in comparatively few areas.

None of these toys were released in Europe.

D-Tector Digivice v1 (red/black)ELECTRONIC TOYS

The D-Tector v1 is availble in red/black (Takuya, pictured), blue/white (Koji) and yellow/blue (J.P.) colour schemes. The two available v2 D-Tectors are the upgraded versions of Takuya and Koji's D-Tectors, as they appear in the show.

The v1 D-Tectors were released in Europe in what would seem to be small quantities (sightings are limited). The v2 D-Tectors received a more widespread UK released, appearing in both boxes, like the US releases, and later, on card.

"Digimon Battle Spirit 2""Digimon Battle Spirit"VIDEO GAMES

These are the first Digimon games for the Gameboy Advance, and the first imports of games that were previously for the Wonderswan system in Japan.

"Digimon Battle Spirit" was released in Europe at the very end of the Season Four year (2002-2003) and it's sequel was then released at the very beginning of the the 2004-2005 year.