Digimon 02

Digimon Adventure 02 / Season Two
 Digimon Adventure 02)
Digimon Adventure 02.jpg
Other titles:
(South America:) Digimon 2

(Kr-South:) Power Digimon (파워 디지몬 Pawo Dijimon?)

Director:Hiroyuki Kakudo
Studio:Toei Animation
Network(s):Fuji TV
Other networks:
(US:) Fox, ABC Family, Toon Disney, Nicktoons

(IL:) Fox Kids (and later on Jetix)
(UK:) Jetix
(ID:) Indosiar
(BR:) Globo, Fox Kids
(GER:) RTL II, Tele 5, Jetix Deutschland
(SP:) TVE2
(IT:) Rai 2
(FI:) Nelonen
(PH:) ABS-CBN, Animax
(POR:) SIC, Canal Panda
(MA:) NTV7
(DR:) Fox Kids
(RS/ME:) RTV Pink
(BA:) Televizija OBN
(CZ:) Nova
(RO:) TVR2
(HU:) Viasat 3, RTL Klub, Animax

Original run:April 2, 2000 - March 25, 2001

Digimon Adventure 02 (デジモンアドベンチャー 02,Dejimon Adobenchā Zero Tsū?, also commonly written as Digimon Zero Two[citation needed]) is a direct sequel to the previous season; taking place three years later. With most of the original characters now in high school, the Digital World was supposedly secure and peaceful. However, a new evil has appeared in the form of the Digimon Emperor. This new villain is different—he's a human just like the DigiDestined. The Digimon Emperor has been enslaving all Digimon in sight with Dark Rings and Control Spires and, to make things worse, has somehow made regular Digivolution impossible. Three new children are chosen to save DigiWorld and, along with T.K and Kari, make up the new generation of DigiDestined.

Plot summary

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A new generation of DigiDestined, composed of three new children, as well as Kari and T.K., are given a new kind of Digivice known as "D-3", which allows them to open a gate to be transported to the Digital World through any computer. Another advantage was Armor Digivolution, using a device called a Digi-Egg, so their Digimon can evolve in the presence of Control Spires. They eventually stop the Digimon Emperor, Ken Ichijouji, thanks to the sacrifice of Wormmon, Ken's partner.

After his defeat, Ken repents for his evil deeds and joins the Digi-Destined as they fight two evil Digimon named Arukenimon and Mummymon. Arukenimon has a unique power to turn the Control Spires into super-strong, artificial Digimon under her control. To fight this new threat, the gang learns of DNA Digivolution, enabling their Digimon to fuse with each other in pairs for more power. Eventually, when the battle was brought to the Real World, the true mastermind, Yukio Oikawa, makes himself known. This man extracts the Dark Spore from inside Ken and implants it into other children who wish for the greatness that the old, evil Ken had. Those spores develop into flowers that harvest the infected children's energy. Eventually, the Digi-Destined confront Oikawa, only to learn he's an extreme loner whose only friend in the world was Hiroki Hida, Cody's father. Hiroki and Oikawa used to play old video games when they were young, eventually becoming obsessed with the Digital World and dreaming of going there one day, but Hiroki dies before they could go together, causing Oikawa great sadness. In the end, an entity springs from this man's body, none other than the real mastermind, Myotismon from the first Adventure season, now reborn as MaloMyotismon.

Unlike Adventure, which was set in the Digital World except for a temporary return to the Real World, Adventure 02 characters shuttle back and forth between the two worlds almost every episode.

This season ended with the help of DigiDestined from all over the world, using the light that existed inside each one of them and their wishes to return the Digital World to a peaceful world again. Oikawa, who is too weak to enter the Digital World, becomes its guardian as he passes away. After peace is restored, the boundary between the Digital and the Real World is broken down, giving every human their very own Digimon companion.


Main article: List of Digimon Adventure 02 episodes

Digimon Adventure 02 aired 50 episodes on Fuji TV in Japan from April 2, 2000 to March 25, 2001, then later on Fox Kids in the United States and YTV in Canada from August 19, 2000 to May 19, 2001. It aired on Fox Kids and CITV for the United Kingdom. The season also began airing on Nicktoons in the United States on August 26, 2013.


Main article: List of characters in Digimon Adventure

Main characters

CharacterVoice actorDigimonVoice actor
Davis and Veemon.jpgDavis Motomiya
Daisuke Motomiya (本宮 大輔,Motomiya Daisuke?)
(En:) Brian Donovan
(Ja:) Reiko Kiuchi
V-mon (ブイモン,Buimon?)
(En:) Derek Stephen Prince
(Ja:) Junko Noda
The new leader of the DigiDestined. He is brave, very stubborn, impulsive , and he plays soccer. He has a crush on Kari and admires Tai and Matt. He gets into trouble with T.K.
TK and Patamon.jpgTakeru "T.K." Takaishi
Takeru Takaishi (高石 タケル,Takaishi Takeru?)
(En:) Doug Erholtz
(Ja:) Taisuke Yamamoto
Patamon (パタモン,Patamon?)
(En:) Laura Summer
(Ja:) Miwa Matsumoto
An original DigiDestined from Digimon Adventure and is the younger brother of Matt. Usually happy and a bit calculating, T.K. can be very serious and angry.
Kari and Gatomon.jpgKari Kamiya
Hikari Yagami (八神 ヒカリ,Yagami Hikari?)
(En:) Lara Jill Miller
(Ja:) Kae Araki
Tailmon (テイルモン,Teirumon?)
(En:) Edie Mirman
(Ja:) Yuka Tokumitsu
An original DigiDestined from Digimon Adventure and is the younger sister of Tai. Keeping things bottled up, Kari has a kind and friendly personality, but lacks self-confidence.
Yolei and Hawkmon.jpgYolei Inoue
Miyako Inoue (井ノ上 京,Inoue Miyako?)
(En:) Tifanie Christun
(Ja:) Rio Natsuki
Hawkmon (ホークモン,Hōkumon?)
(En:) Neil Kaplan
(Ja:) Kōichi Tōchika
A new DigiDestined who is a bit of a flirt. She is headstrong and sometimes stubborn. She is most often seen arguing with Davis. She admires Mimi and Sora.
Cody and Armadillomon.jpgCody Hida
Iori Hida (火田 伊織,Hida Iori?)
(En:) Philece Sampler
(Ja:) Megumi Urawa
Armadimon (アルマジモン,Arumajimon?)
(En:) Robert Axelrod
(Ja:) Megumi Urawa
He is the youngest in the second season, but despite that he is very mature and thinks things through much like Izzy and admires Joe from Digimon Adventure.
Ken wormmon.jpgKen Ichijouji
Ken ichijoji (一乗寺 賢,Ichijōji Ken?)
(En:) Derek Stephen Prince
(Ja:) Romi Park
Wormon (ワームモン,Wāmumon?)
(En:) Paul St. Peter
(Ja:) Naozumi Takahashi
At first he was infected by the Dark Spore and driven mad, becoming the Digimon Emperor. He tried to conquer the Digital World, thinking it was a video game. Later he joins the group as the 6th DigiDestined.

Old DigiDestined

Since Digimon Adventure 02 is a continuation of Digimon Adventure it includes characters from that series as well. More about them are listed here. Though burdened by their newfound responsibilities, the previous DigiDestined team provides a helping hand once in a while.

  • Yamato "Matt" Ishida (Ishida Yamato): T.K.'s older brother, he attends high school. He has his own band, the Teenage Wolves. Davis's sister had a not-so-secret crush on him.
  • Sora Takenouchi (Takenouchi Sora): Attending high school, she joins the tennis team.
  • Koushiro "Izzy" Izumi (Izumi Koushiro): Very smart and a logical thinker, he helps the new team more than the others of the old guard, possibly due to the fact that he is the youngest former DigiDestined.
  • Mimi Tachikawa (Tachikawa Mimi): Currently lives in New York and visits the others any chance she gets via airplane or DigiPort.
  • Joe Kido (Kido Jyou): Due to his studying, Joe attends a private school. He's now studying for a college entrance exam and uses his free time to help the others when possible.


  • MaloMyotismon (BelialVamdemon) (48-50): Myotismon's most powerful form. The main villain behind most of the events but only appears near the end of the series.
    • Yukio Oikawa (38-50): Possessed by Myotismon. After Myotismon left him he died and restored the Digital World with his spirit.
      • Arukenimon (Archnemon) (24-48) and Mummymon (29-48): Oikawa's henchmen.
        • Digimon Emperor (Digimon Kaiser) (1-21): Ken was controlled by the Dark Spore by Oikawa and Arukenimon. Reverted back to his real self and joined the DigiDestined after being defeated.
          • Kimeramon (Chimairamon) (19-21): Created from parts of numerous Digimon by the Digimon Emperor, but was soon out of the Emperor's control.
          • Devimon (19-21): Disincorporated torso present in the dark whirlpool, was used by the Digimon Emperor to complete Kimeramon. The essence of Devimon released Kimeramon from the Emperor's control, and the former was supposedly destroyed for good upon the latter's destruction.
        • BlackWarGreymon (30-37, 46-47): Created by Arukenimon but refused to obey orders. BlackWarGreymon would later became good after battling WarGreymon and Imperialdramon Fighter Mode. He was fatally injured by the Myotismon-possessed Oikawa, but sealed the Highton View Terrace gate with his final breath.
      • Dragomon (Dagomon) (13): King of the Dark Ocean. Never developed a storyline.
    • Millenniummon (Millenniumon) (flashback in 43): Responsible for the dark spore that was implanted in Ken, which allowed Myotismon to manipulate Ken into becoming the Digimon Emperor as well copy the spore to implant into several children to aid in his revival. Was the opponent who the younger Ken fought alongside Ryo shortly after the battle with Diaboramon in 2000. (For further details see Digimon Adventure 02: Tag Tamers)
    • Daemon (Demon) and the Daemon Corps (43-45): Wanted the Dark Spore in Ken. They trapped him in the World of Darkness.
  • Endigomon (Wendimon) (1st Movie): Corrupted partner of Willis. Changed into Antylamon (Andiramon) and then into Kerpymon (Evil) (Cherubimon). Defeated and purified by Magnamon and Rapidmon.
  • Armageddemon (Armagemon) (2nd Movie): New more powerful form of Diaboromon from the Digivolution of millions of Kuramon. Was able to take down Omnimon and defeat Imperialdramon Fighter Mode, but was destroyed by Imperialdramon Paladin Mode.
  • Pukumon (CD Drama 1): Defeated by the combined efforts of Saggitarimon (Veemon), Rinkmon (Hawkmon), Pteramon (Armadillomon), Manbomon (Patamon), Butterflymon (Gatomon) and Pucchiemon (Wormmon).

Family of the DigiDestined

These characters were introduced in this season:

  • Jun Motomiya: Davis's older sister. She and Davis argue repeatedly but are still close. She also chases after Matt through most of the first half of the second season, trying to get a date with him. After she finally realizes that he doesn't like her, she quickly forms a crush on Shuu.
  • Momoe, Chizuru, Mantarou: Yolei's siblings, two sisters and one brother. Because there are four of them in one family, they have to fight for attention.
  • Hiroki Hida: Cody's deceased father. He was a police officer who died in the line of duty.
  • Chikara Hida: Cody's grandfather, Hiroki's father. He served as a father in Hiroki's absence. He also taught Cody Kendo. He has a strange obsession with prune juice.
  • Sam Ichijouji (Osamu): Ken's deceased older brother. When Ken was little, Sam was a Grade A student and got most of the attention. One day, Ken wished he would go away because he was jealous. Soon after, Sam was hit by a car and died.
  • Haruhiko Takenouchi: Sora's father, a folklore college professor who was at Kyoto during the summer of 1999. Learning of the adventure his daughter went through, Haruhiko began to research the Digital World with Shuu, Joe's middle brother, who is one of his students. Miyako met both of them during her class trip to Kyoto, and Haruhiko explained some of his theories to her.
  • Jim Kido (Shuu):[1] Joe's brother, a college student at Kyoto. He met Yolei when she is visiting Kyoto with her class. He also drove her and the others to where they needed to be when Daemon was attacking on Christmas day.

Note: With the exception of Cody's father, and T.K. and Kari's parents, no parents of the Digimon Adventure 02 DigiDestined were named.

Digital World

Main article: Digital World (Adventure)

In this series of Digimon it is revealed that this iteration of the Digital World also runs parallel with at least two other "dimensions"—One, a kaleidoscopic world of colour and shape, composed of an energy that is capable of turning thought into reality, while the other is a dark and foreboding world of evil, characterized by its grim, expansive ocean called the Dark Ocean, theorized to be capable of bringing beings' dark thoughts to life. Three years after the events in Digimon Adventure, Yukio Oikawa, a human who had learned of the Digital World when he was a boy, made attempts to enter the Digital World to live out his unfulfilled childhood dreams. Unbeknownst to him, he was possessed by the spirit of Myotismon, who was manipulating his actions. Oikawa created Arukenimon and Mummymon and sent them into the Digital World, where they manipulated the young Ken Ichijouji into becoming the Digimon Emperor. As the Emperor, Ken set up his Control Spires—the design of which had come from the enigmatic World of Darkness and had apparently been implanted in Ken's head by someone, possibly Oikawa, or by the Dark Spore already within Ken—all around the Digital World. The Spires disrupted the fabric of reality, creating spatial warps and weakening the dimensional boundaries. Oikawa hoped he could use this disruption to enter the Digital World, but the actions of the new DigiDestined who were destroying the Control Spires prevented this from happening. Next, Arukenimon and Mummymon created BlackWarGreymon, who set about destroying the powerful Destiny Stones, which completely threw the balance of the Digital World out of order. However, the DigiDestined were able to free Azulongmon from the prison the Dark Masters had put him in years before, and he stopped BlackWarGreymon from destroying the last stone.

Oikawa's final scheme to enter the Digital World was a grand one. Arukenimon opened all the Digi-Ports, allowing wild Digimon to come to Earth, and the DigiDestined had to travel all over the world to round them up. While they were gone from Japan, Arukenimon and Mummymon began kidnapping children. When the DigiDestined returned, they discovered that Daemon and his henchmen SkullSatamon, LadyDevimon and MarineDevimon had come to Earth in search of Ken and the Dark Spore within him, but Oikawa managed to copy the Spore first, before Daemon could get his hands on him. Daemon was repelled into the Dark Ocean as Oikawa implanted the Spores into the kidnapped children. His hope was for the Spores to convert the children's innocence (which lets them enter the Digital World by using this energy) so that he could use to traverse the dimensional barrier. However, Myotismon had other plans, and brought Oikawa to another dimension which was a world of dreams and nightmares where he began to absorb the powers of the Spores into himself and became MaloMyotismon. After MaloMyotismon's defeat, Oikawa used the dream dimension to fulfill his own desire. His body was transformed into energy in the form of a flock of butterflies, which spread across the Digital World, restoring peace and harmony.

Related media


Main articles: Digimon Adventure 02: Digimon Hurricane Landing!!/Transcendent Evolution!! The Golden Digimentals and Digimon Adventure 02: Revenge of Diaboromon

Video games

Main articles: Digimon Adventure 02: Tag Tamers and Digimon Adventure 02: D-1 Tamers

Audio Dramas

Main articles: Digimon Adventure 02: Armor Evolution to the Unknown, Digimon Adventure 02 Drama CD: The Door to Summer, and Digimon Adventure 02 Original Story: 2003 -Spring-


Main article: Digimon Adventure 02 (manhua)


Main article: List of Songs in Digimon


Opening Theme: Target ~Akai Shougeki~
Artist: Wada Kouji
Songwriter: Yu Matsuki
Composer/Arranger: Oota Michihiko

  • Also used during the Imperialdramon Dragon Mode evolution sequence

Ending Theme #1: Ashita wa Atashi no Kaze ga Fuku (eps. 1—25)
Aritst: Ai Maeda (as AiM)
Songwriter: Miura Noriko
Composer: MIZUKI
Arranger: Watanabe Cheru

Ending Theme #2: Itsumo Itsudemo (eps. 26—50)
Artist: Ai Maeda (as AiM)
Songwriter: Yu Matsuki
Composer: Shirakawa Akira
Arranger: Oota Michihiko

Insert Song: Break Up! (Armor Evolution Theme Song)
Artist: Ayumi Miyazaki ;br: Songwriter: Hiroshi Yamada
Composer/Arranger: Oota Michihiko

Insert Song: Brave Heart (Evolution Theme Song)
Artist: Ayumi Miyazaki
Songwriter: Oomori Sachiko
Composer/Arranger: Oota Michihiko

Insert Song: Beat Hit (Jogress Evolution Theme Song)
Artist: Ayumi Miyazaki
Songwriter: Hiroshi Yamada
Composer/Arranger: Oota Michihiko


Opening Theme: Digimon Theme
Artist: Paul Gordon

Insert Song: Here We Go (Digital World Entrance Theme)
Artist: Jason Gochin

Insert Song: Let's Kick It Up
Artist: Paul Gordon

Insert Song: Run Around
Artist: Jasan Radford

Insert Song: Change Into Power
Artist: Paul Gordon

Insert Song: Going Digital
Artist: Jasan Radford

Insert Song: Strange
Artist: Jasan Radford


Opening Theme: 내일을 찾아 (Find tomorrow)
Artist: TULA

Ending Theme: To My Wish
Artist: Jeong-Yeo-jin

Insert Song: Power Up (Evolution Theme Song)
Artist: Unknown


  • Original Concept: Akiyoshi Hongo
  • Director: Hiroyuki Kakudo
  • Series Composition, Writers: Atsushi Maekawa, Genki Yoshimura
  • Writers: Hiro Masaki, Reiko Yoshida, Yoshio Urasawa, Satoru Nishizono (Ep 8), Chiaki J. Konaka (Ep 13)
  • Character Design: Katsuyoshi Nakatsuru
  • Chief Animation Director: Setsuko Nobuzane
  • Art Director: Yukiko Iijima, Tetsuhiro Shimizu
  • Color Design: Yasue Itasaka
  • Director Of Photography: Atsushi Iwazaki, Kazuhiro Yoshino, Fumio Hirokawa
  • Editor: Kouichi Katagiri
  • Sound Director: Sadashi Kuramoto
  • Music: Takanori Arisawa
  • Producer: Daisuke Kawakami (Fuji TV), Kyotaro Kimura (Yomiuri Advertising), Hiromi Seki (Toei Animation)
  • Production Cooperation: Toei
  • Production: Fuji TV, Yomiuri Advertising, Toei Animation


Sources compiled at Digimon Adventure 02/Appendices/Cast.

Voice ActorRole(s)
Reiko KiuchiDaisuke Motomiya, Poi Brothers' Third Brother, Anna, Gottsumon, Monochromon, Daisuke's Son
Junko NodaV-mon, Chicomon, Chibimon, Fladramon, Lighdramon, XV-mon, Paildramon (Shared with Naozumi Takahashi), Imperialdramon (Shared with Naozumi Takahashi), Imperialdramon Fighter Mode (Shared with Naozumi Takahashi), Poi Brothers' Second Brother, Keiko Kurata
Rio NatsukiMiyako Inoue, Momoe Inoue, Chizuru Inoue, Chichos, Noriko's Mother
Kōichi TōchikaHawkmon, Pururumon, Poromon, Holsmon, Shurimon, Aquilamon, Silphymon (Shared with Yuka Tokumitsu), Hamazaki-sensei, Chichos's Father, Mexican Officer
Megumi UrawaIori Hida, Armadimon, Upamon, Tsubumon, Digmon, Sabmarimon, Ankylomon, Shakkoumon (Shared with Miwa Matsumoto), Daisuke's Mother, Catherine Deneuve, Mamemon, Noriko Kawada, Iori's Daughter
Kae ArakiHikari, Kae Izumi, Miami Woman, Sam, Lou, Hikari's Son
Yuka TokumitsuTailmon, Plotmon, Nefertimon, Angewomon, Silphymon (Shared with Kōichi Tōchika), Mimi's Mother, Shuttle Crew Woman, Maria, Shakomon 2, Takashi Yoshizawa
Taisuke YamamotoTakeru Takaishi, Gesomon, Takeru's Son
Miwa MatsumotoTokomon, Patamon, Angemon, Pegasmon, HolyAngemon, Shakkoumon (Shared with Megumi Urawa), Anomalocarimon, Ebidramon, Hiroshi Shibata
Romi ParkKen Ichijouji, Osamu Ichijouji, Laura, Miyako's Son
Naozumi TakahashiWormmon, Minomon, Leafmon, Stingmon, Paildramon (Shared with Junko Noda), Imperialdramon (Shared with Junko Noda), Imperialdramon Fighter Mode (Shared with Junko Noda), Mantarou Inoue, Yuri, Operator B
Toshiko FujitaTaichi Yagami, Toshiko Takenouchi, Ganimon, CoelamonPipimon, Taichi's Son
Yuko MizutaniSora Takenouchi, Taichi's Mother, Kōshirō's Mother, Chichos's Mother, Sora's Daughter
Youto KazamaYamato Ishida, Shuttle Crew Man, Michael's Father, Manhattan Policeman B, Poi Brothers' Eldest Brother, Operator A, Kuwagamon
Umi TenjinKōshirō Izumi, Tatum, Kōshirō's Daughter
Ai MaedaMimi Tachikawa, Mina, Mimi's Son, Baby Digimon 2
Masami KikuchiJo Kido, Shuu Kido, Kōshirō's Father, Shellmon, BigMamemon, Giromon
Chika SakamotoAgumon, Greymon, MetalGreymon, WarGreymon, Takeru's Mother, Dingo
Atori ShigematsuPiyomon, Birdramon, Garudamon, Baby Digimon 3
Mayumi YamaguchiGabumon, Garurumon, WereGarurumon, Unimon, Yamato's Son, Boy
Takahiro SakuraiTentomon, Kabuterimon, AtlurKabuterimon, Fujiyama-sensei, Mimi's Father, Shuttle Crew Man, Miami Man, FlareLizamon, Steve, Shakomon 3, Noriko's Father, Adult Kōshirō
Shihomi MizowakiPalmon, Togemon, Lilimon
Junko TakeuchiGomamon, Ikkakumon, Zudomon, Floramon, Kiwimon, MetalMamemon, Baby Digimon 1, Yuè Hóng
Hiroaki HirataNarration, Yamato's Father, Gennai, Benjamin, Jackie, Commander of the Chinese Armed Forces, Eucalyptus, Michel, José, Ilya, Snimon
Keiko KoumyoujiIori's Mother
Masafumi KimuraKen Ichijouji's Father, Commander of the US Armed Forces, Jyureimon, Hong Kong Elder, Meramon
Asako DodoKen Ichijouji's Mother
Kazusa MuraiJun Motomiya
Kōsei TomitaChikara Hida
Ema KujiraMiyako Inoue's Mother
Yūsuke OguriOlder Gokimon Brother
Katashi IshizukaYounger Gokimon Brother
Kiyoyuki YanadaAndromon
Kouichi SakaguchiStarmon
Takeshi KusaoRevolmon
Kihachirō UemuraHangyomon
Konami YoshidaMichael, Shakomon 1
Katsuya ShigaBetamon, Seadramon, Adjutant of the US Armed Forces, Professor Burybrad, Manhattan Policeman A, Mojyamon, Adjutant of the Chinese Armed Forces
Jin HorikawaDigitamamon
Kazuki YaoIgamon
Ginzō MatsuoTonosamaGekomon
Akira IshidaWizarmon
Oma IchimuraDigimon
Chiho OhkawaDigimon
Yuko TachibanaDigimon
Wakana YamazakiArchnemon
Toshiyuki MorikawaMummymon, Haruhiko Takenouchi, Yukio Oikawa, Vamdemon, BelialVamdemon
Nobuyuki HiyamaBlackWarGreymon
Hiroki TakahashiDaisuke's Father
Jyurohta KosugiQinglongmon
Ai NaganoLadyDevimon
  • Robert Axelrod—Armadillomon/Ankylomon/Shakkoumon (shared)
  • Steven Blum—Flamedramon, Raidramon, Magnamon, Poromon, BlackWarGreymon
  • Bob Buchholz—Roachmon
  • Frank Catalano—Mr. Ichijouji
  • Tifanie Christun—Yolei Inoue, Biyomon
  • Mari Devon—Togemon, Arukenimon, Mrs. Izumi, Dokugumon
  • Brian Donovan—Davis Motomiya
  • Richard Epcar—MaloMyotismon, Apemon, Monochromon, Triceramon
  • Doug Erholtz—T.K. Takaishi, Jim Kido, Mr. Kamiya, Mr. Motomiya, Yuri
  • Dorothy Elias-Fahn—Lillymon, Mrs. Kamiya, Datirimon, Maria, Rosa
  • Jonathan Fahn—Middle Poi Brother
  • Tom Fahn—Agumon, Digmon, Submarimon, Ninjamon
  • Tom Gibis—Michael
  • Barbara Goodson—Nancy Takaishi
  • David Greenlee—Hiroaki Ishida
  • Dave Guerrie—SkullSatamon
  • Neil Kaplan—Hawkmon/Aquilamon, Silphymon (shared), Halsemon, Shurimon, Hogan (Gennai Clone), Ilya (Gennai Clone)
  • R. Martin Klein—Gomamon/Ikkakumon, Mr. Takenouchi
  • Lex Lang—WarGreymon, Scorpiomon
  • Wendee Lee—Ms. Ichijouji, Leafmon/Minomon, Mina
  • Michael Lindsay—Joe Kido, Greymon, Benjamin (Gennai Clone)
  • David Lodge—Mr. Inoue
  • Dan Lorge—Deputymon, Grandpa Hida, Lou, Youngest Poi Brother, RedVegiemon, Seadramon
  • Julie Maddalena—Mrs. Tachikawa
  • Dave Mallow—Angemon/MagnaAngemon, Pegasusmon, Shakkoumon (shared), Upamon, Gekomon
  • Mary Elizabeth McGlynn—Dokugumon (second voice), Floramon (Catherine's), Mrs. Hida, Kiwimon, Yuehon
  • Lara Jill Miller—Kari Kamiya
  • Edie Mirman—Gatomon/Angewomon, Nefertimon, Silphymon (shared)
  • Jeff Nimoy—Tentomon/Kabuterimon/MegaKabuterimon, Young Gennai, Cherrymon, Roachmon, Jackie (Gennai Clone)
  • Joe Ochman—Crabmon/Coelamon
  • Peggy O'Neal—June Motomiya, Mrs. Inoue
  • Bob Papenbrook—Daemon, Centarumon, ShogunGekomon, Tortomon
  • Paul St. Peter—Wormmon/Stingmon/Paildramon (shared)/Imperialdramon Dragon Mode (shared), Imperialdramon Fighter Mode (shared)
  • Joseph Pilato—MetalGreymon
  • Jamieson Price—Yukio Oikawa
  • Derek Stephen Prince—DemiVeemon/Veemon/ExVeemon/Paildramon (shared)/Imperialdramon Dragon Mode (shared), Imperialdramon Fighter Mode (shared), Ken Ichijouji/Digimon Emperor, Digitamamon, Derek
  • Philece Sampler—Mimi Tachikawa, Cody Hida, Anna, Catherine
  • Joshua Seth—Tai Kamiya
  • Dina Sherman—Betamon
  • Brianne Siddall—Phil
  • Michael Sorich—Zudomon, DarkTyrannomon, Tuskmon, Tyrannomon, José (Gennai Clone)
  • Peter Spellos—Meramon, Whamon
  • Melodee Spevack—Birdramon/Garudamon, LadyDevimon, Blossomon
  • Kirk Thornton—Gabumon/Garurumon/WereGarurumon, Mummymon, Eldest Poi Brother
  • Dan Woren—Mr. Tachikawa
  • Tom Wyner—Narrator, Kimeramon, MarineDevimon

Notes and references

  1. ↑In the Japanese version, Joe has two brothers, Shin (seen in Digimon Adventure), and Shuu. However, in the English dub, both brothers became one, Jim Kido.

See also

External links

  • English Dub Timeline—Timeline from Digimon Encyclopedia covering the English Dub of Digimon Adventure and 02.
  • Original Japanese Timeline—Timeline from Digimon Encyclopedia covering the Original Japanese version of Digimon Adventure and 02.
Sours: https://digimon.fandom.com/wiki/Digimon_Adventure_02

New 'Digimon Adventure 02' Anime Movie Announced Based on Sequel Series

By Rafael Motamayor


The movie will reunite the writer and director of 'Digimon Adventure: Last Evolution Kizuna.'

Digimon fans rejoice! During DigiFes 2021, which celebrates the joy of August 1st, the day the seven DigiDestined children were first transported to the Digital World back in the original series, Toei Animation announced a brand new Digimon movie. To make things better, it will be based on the Digimon Adventure 02 anime.

Extremely little is known about the production so far, but Toei revealed that director Tomohisa Taguchi and writer Akatsuki Yamatoya are reuniting from Digimon Adventure: Last Evolution Kizuna to work on the new film. The story will focus on Daisuke Motomita (also known as Davis Motomiya in the English dub), and feature the rest of the characters from Digimon Adventure 02. According to Anime News Network, producer Yōsuke Kinoshita emphasized why they wanted to tell a story about the 02 characters by pointing that they have a different appeal than Tai and the first Digimon Adventure kids.

The teaser does offer some hints as to what the movie may be about, as we hear Daisuke telling a story of how he and his Digimon partner V-mon once met a kid with a Digivice, but no Digimon with him, before he explains that he is "the first person to ever partner with a Digimon." And with that, Kouji Wada's original opening "Target ~Akai Shougeki~" fills the trailer with sweet, sweet nostalgia.

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Digimon Adventure 02 was the first direct anime sequel to Digimon Adventure. Though it featured a new set of main characters, the original DigiDestined often appeared in supporting roles, while Hikari Yagami (Kari Kamiya in the dub) and Takeru "T.K." Takaishi joined the new team as they were younger than the rest of the original kids. The series followed much of the tone and format of the original, but also featured a darker storyline in that of Ken Ichijouji, who had a great redemption arc even before Zuko started hunting down Aang in Avatar: The Last Airbender.

Sadly, as good as Digimon Adventure 02 was, Toei never really spared it the attention it gave the original, as the characters were completely absent from the Digimon Tri movies. Thankfully, they got their due in Digimon Adventure: Last Evolution Kizuna​, where they once again teamed up with the original DigiDestined in the film's last act. Without spoiling it, the ending of Last Evolution Kizuna paves the way for the 02 kids to finally gain the spotlight, so let's hope this new movie does exactly that.

There is no release or further cast or plot details for Digimon Adventure 02. In the meantime, you can check out the announcement teaser below.

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List of Digimon Adventure 02 episodes

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Season of television series

Digimon Adventure 02
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Country of originJapan
No. of episodes50
Original networkFuji TV
Original releaseApril 2, 2000 (2000-04-02) –
March 25, 2001 (2001-03-25)

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Digimon Adventure 02 is a 50-episode sequel of the 1999 anime series Digimon Adventure. It was created by Toei Animation and aired in Japan on Fuji TV between April 2, 2000, and March 25, 2001.[1][2] The series was directed by Hiroyuki Kakudō and produced by Keisuke Okuda. Music for Digimon Adventure 02 was composed by Takanori Arisawa, and characters were designed by Katsuyoshi Nakatsuru.[3] The story, set in an alternate timeline of the real world, opens four years after the events of Digimon Adventure with the next generation of DigiDestined children.[a] In their quest to maintain peace in the Digital World, the kids battle both new and returning foes. In a 2001 survey published by Japanese anime and entertainment magazine Animage of its readers, Digimon Adventure 02 placed 17th on the list of anime that should be most remembered in the 21st century. It tied with the 1988 film My Neighbor Totoro. [7]

The series has aired in many countries in Asia, Europe, and the Americas in a combination of dubbed and subtitled versions. For example, Mexican public and cable television channels aired both versions of the anime.[8] In the United States, the English dub of Digimon Adventure 02 began airing on Fox Kids on August 19, 2000.[9][10] Following the discontinuation of the programming block, it aired on ABC Family,[11]Toon Disney, and Disney XD.[12] During its airing on Fox Kids, the series helped push the network into first place during the February 2001 Nielsen ratingssweeps among viewers aged 6–11.[13] The episodes of Digimon Adventure 02 have also been made available digitally through various media outlets. The first 15 episodes were made available for download on IGN's Direct2Drive service in July 2008.[14] The subtitled version of the series has been hosted on the streaming media website Crunchyroll since October 27, 2008.[15] In a digital partnership with Toei, Funimation Entertainment also began streaming the subtitled Digimon Adventure 02 on its online video portal on April 3, 2009.[16] Volume DVDs have been released by Toei in Japan, and boxed sets have been released by Happinet in Japan and by Alliance Entertainment in North America.

In the original Japanese version, the opening theme of the series was "Target: Akai Shōgeki" (ターゲット~赤い衝撃~, Tāgetto: Akai Shōgeki, lit. "Target: Red Shock") by Kōji Wada.[3] Two ending themes by Ai Maeda (credited as AiM) were used, "Ashita wa Atashi no Kaze ga Fuku" (アシタハアタシノカゼガフク, lit. "Tomorrow My Wind Will Blow") and "Itsumo Itsudemo" (いつもいつでも, lit. "Always Whenever").[3][17] The English opening reuses the theme song from Digimon Adventure by Paul Gordon.

The second season of Digimon: Digital Monsters (aka Digimon Adventure 02 in the original, unedited Japanese version) was licensed by Saban Entertainment in North America. The show initially aired on Fox Kids and Fox Family Channel, before distribution rights were held by Disney/BVS, later airing on Toon Disney and ABC Family.

Episode list[edit]

Volume DVDs[edit]

Japanese release[edit]

Toei Video, the distribution arm of Toei Animation, released a total of 12 DVD compilations of Digimon Adventure 02 in Japan between January 21 and December 7, 2001. The series was also released as a 9-disc boxed set on December 22, 2006, by Happinet Pictures.[18]

Toei Video DVD releases
VolumeReleasedDiscsEpisodes  VolumeReleasedDiscsEpisodes
1January 21, 2001[19]1 4 7July 21, 2001[20]1 4
2February 21, 2001[21]1 4 8August 10, 2001[22]1 4
3March 21, 2001[23]1 4 9September 21, 2001[24]1 4
4April 21, 2001[25]1 4 10October 21, 2001[26]1 4
5May 21, 2001[27]1 4 11November 11, 2001[28]1 5
6June 21, 2001[29]1 4 12December 7, 2001[30]1 5

North American release[edit]

New Video Group released the season on March 26, 2013.[31]

  • Digimon: Digital Monsters, Volume 4 (Episodes 1–21)
  • Digimon: Digital Monsters, Volume 5 (Episodes 22–37)
  • Digimon: Digital Monsters, Volume 6 (Episodes 38–50)

Australian release[edit]

Two collections of the season (each containing 25 episodes) were released by Madman Entertainment. The first collection was released on 5 December 2012 with the second collection been released in 2013.

Collection Release Date Episodes
1December 5, 2012 25 (1–25)
2April 17, 2013 25 (26–50)

See also[edit]


  1. ^In the Japanese version, Digimon Adventure 02 takes place three years after Digimon Adventure.[4] The English version changed it to take place after four years.[5][6]
  2. ^In the original version, Joe had two older brothers, but in the English version, both brothers were portrayed as a single character. Joe's first older brother, introduced in Digimon Adventure, is Shin Kido, who helps him out during Myotismon's attack. In Digimon Adventure 02, Joe's other older brother, Shu Kido, appears with Sora's father.


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  4. ^. Toei Animation (in Japanese). 2000-04-02. Retrieved 2018-10-31.
  5. ^"Digimon: Digital Monsters Season II Episode Guide". Fox Family Properties. Archived from the original on 2001-06-16. Retrieved 2018-11-02.
  6. ^Scott Green (2013-02-11). ""Digimon Tamers" DVD Release Scheduled". Crunchyroll News. Retrieved 2018-11-01.
  7. ^"More details Regarding Animage Top 100". Anime News Network. January 16, 2001. Retrieved September 14, 2009.
  8. ^"Anime in Mexico details". Anime News Network. May 4, 2001. Retrieved September 14, 2009.
  9. ^"Digimon: Digital Monsters". Fox Kids. Archived from the original on January 19, 2001. Retrieved September 14, 2009.
  10. ^Baird, John (November 7, 2000). "Digivolving: A closer look at new 'Digimon 02' television series". Tech News. Worcester Polytechnic Institute. Archived from the original on February 9, 2010. Retrieved September 14, 2009.
  11. ^"Daigunder: New Anime Series On ABC Family". ICv2. August 27, 2003. Retrieved September 14, 2009.
  12. ^"Toon Disney to Become 'Disney XD'". ICv2. August 7, 2008. Retrieved September 14, 2009.
  13. ^"Fox Kids wins Broadcast Ratings". Anime News Network. February 19, 2001. Retrieved September 14, 2009.
  14. ^"Precure, Digimon 02 Added to Direct2Drive Downloads". Anime News Network. July 19, 2008. Retrieved September 14, 2009.
  15. ^"Toei Animation Adds Anime to Crunchyroll Website Today". Anime News Network. October 27, 2008. Retrieved September 14, 2009.
  16. ^"Funimation Entertainment Announces New Digital Partnership with Toei Animation". Anime News Network. April 3, 2009. Retrieved September 14, 2009.
  17. ^"TVサントラ - デジモンアドベンチャー02 ベストヒットパレード" [TV Soundtrack - Digimon Adventure 02 Best Hit Parade] (in Japanese). Oricon. Retrieved September 14, 2009.
  18. ^"デジモンアドベンチャー02 DVD-BOX" [Digimon Adventure 02 DVD Box] (in Japanese). Amazon.co.jp. Retrieved September 14, 2009.
  19. ^"デジモンアドベンチャー02(1) (DVD)" [Digimon Adventure 02 (1) DVD] (in Japanese). Amazon.co.jp. 21 January 2001. Retrieved September 14, 2009.
  20. ^"デジモンアドベンチャー02 Vol.7 (DVD)" [Digimon Adventure 02 Vol. 7 DVD] (in Japanese). Amazon.co.jp. 21 July 2001. Retrieved September 14, 2009.
  21. ^"デジモンアドベンチャー02(2) (DVD)" [Digimon Adventure 02 (2) DVD] (in Japanese). Amazon.co.jp. 21 February 2001. Retrieved September 14, 2009.
  22. ^"デジモンアドベンチャー02 Vol.8 (DVD)" [Digimon Adventure 02 Vol. 8 DVD] (in Japanese). Amazon.co.jp. 10 August 2001. Retrieved September 14, 2009.
  23. ^"デジモンアドベンチャー02 Vol.3 (DVD)" [Digimon Adventure 02 Vol. 3 DVD] (in Japanese). Amazon.co.jp. 21 March 2001. Retrieved September 14, 2009.
  24. ^"デジモンアドベンチャー02 Vol.9 (DVD)" [Digimon Adventure 02 Vol. 9 DVD] (in Japanese). Amazon.co.jp. 21 September 2001. Retrieved September 14, 2009.
  25. ^"デジモンアドベンチャー02 Vol.4 (DVD)" [Digimon Adventure 02 Vol. 4 DVD] (in Japanese). Amazon.co.jp. 21 April 2001. Retrieved September 14, 2009.
  26. ^"デジモンアドベンチャー02 Vol.10 (DVD)" [Digimon Adventure 02 Vol. 10 DVD] (in Japanese). Amazon.co.jp. Retrieved September 14, 2009.
  27. ^"デジモンアドベンチャー02 Vol.5 (DVD)" [Digimon Adventure 02 Vol. 5 DVD] (in Japanese). Amazon.co.jp. 21 May 2001. Retrieved September 14, 2009.
  28. ^"デジモンアドベンチャー02 Vol.11 (DVD)" [Digimon Adventure 02 Vol. 11 DVD] (in Japanese). Amazon.co.jp. 21 November 2001. Retrieved September 14, 2009.
  29. ^"デジモンアドベンチャー02 Vol.6 (DVD)" [Digimon Adventure 02 Vol. 6 DVD] (in Japanese). Amazon.co.jp. 21 June 2001. Retrieved September 14, 2009.
  30. ^"デジモンアドベンチャー02 Vol.12 (DVD)" [Digimon Adventure 02 Vol. 12 DVD] (in Japanese). Amazon.co.jp. Retrieved September 14, 2009.
  31. ^Scott Green (November 15, 2012). "Digimon Season 2 DVD Box Set Scheduled". Crunchyroll.

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English: Digimon Adventure 02

Synonyms: Digimon Adventure Zero Two, Digimon: Digital Monsters 02

Japanese: デジモンアドベンチャー02



Episodes: 50

Status: Finished Airing

Aired: Apr 2, 2000 to Mar 25, 2001

Premiered:Spring 2000

Broadcast: Sundays at 09:00 (JST)

Producers:Yomiko Advertising, Fuji TV

Licensors:Saban Entertainment, Flatiron Film Company

Studios:Toei Animation

Source: Original

Genres:ActionAction, AdventureAdventure, ComedyComedy, DramaDrama, FantasyFantasy


Duration: 25 min. per ep.

Rating: PG - Children


Score:7.231(scored by 129639129,639 users)

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Taichi Yagami and his friends have moved on to junior high, but by that time, they have lost contact with their Digimon partners. Taichi is therefore surprised to suddenly receive a distress call summoning him to the Digital World. Once there, he learns that Digimon are living in fear of the mysterious Digimon Emperor, who is somehow suppressing their ability to Digivolve!

In the real world, Hikari Yagami and Takeru Takaishi reunite in the same fifth grade class. They share three schoolmates: Daisuke Motomiya, who reminds them both of Taichi; Miyako Inoue, a technical wizard; and Iori Hida, Miyako's neighbor. When these three children receive "D-3" Digivices, they—along with Hikari and Takeru, who still possess their own original Digivices—comprise the new generation of "Chosen Children" who must save the world once again. With the power of the Armored Digi-Eggs, they must thwart the Digimon Emperor's plans to spread his influence over the entire Digital World.

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A while ago I made a review on Digimon Adventure, explaining why I found it to be one of the best kids shows out there, one that had smartly developed plot and characters, great soundtrack, good animation, and overall superb enjoyment not just for kids, but for young adults as well. I also said that a 7.78 score was way too low for a series that achieved something as great as developing each character propperly, have the characters arc influence in the main story arcs and present mature themes to little children without being too dark for them. And so the expectations for Adventure 02 were far too high; I wish I could say as well that the score (currently 7.34) is also low, that the series is the great sequel Adventure so much deserved. Sadly, it is not, 7.34 is the score this sequel deserves, if not lower (even into the 6s zone). Why is that? Let's see:

Storywise: The storytelling is not bad, but much has changed, including the pace; Digimon Adventure had 5 story arcs, each 10 to 14 episodes long, which allowed it to move at a pace that never felt too quickly or too slow, each arc started and ended properly. Here... not su much; we have 3 story arcs, one of 21 episodes, then one of 17 and the last one of 12 episodes. We find some filler episodes in the first one, some ongoing character problems on the second (I'll fill that in the next section) and a rushed and convulted final arc that tries to make up for what is kind of a lagging season by bombing us with too much material that never gets developed (Demon, for instance).
Now, don't be fooled; despite all its flaws the storytelling is still enjoyable, there are still mature themes around and the air of greatness of Digimon Adventure, however the flaws are too notorious and the characters also dragg it down, but I have to admit that they are all thought through, none of them comes out of thin air (give or take the final arc) and they all get somewhat their propper ending.
The plot is not as good as the first Digimon series, but the potential is there. Now, why wasn't it fully used? Mainly, characters problems.

Character: Here is where Adventure 02 just outright failed. Remember how amazingly outlined the characters from the first Digimon series were? Remember how they were just broadstrokes that got developed into fully fleshed out character and how amazing was that the crest of each character represented the very scent of how they were? Well, Digimon 02 mainly hopes you forgot about all that.
We still have our main 8 characters from the first series, but 6 are downgraded to supporting roles, while 2 remain and 3 new character join (one more joins lare on). Now these 3 characters are the main trouble of Digimon 02.
Daisuke (aka Davis): he is arrogant, he is reckless, and he is a good guy deep down, we have our most stereotypical hero! Of course, that wouldn't be a trouble with the propper character work, but here there is... none. There is no background to explain Daisuke's personality, whereas in Adventure we had backgrounds for each character. We know he has issues with her sister, but that never gets developed (not to mention we never get to know his parents). As the series goes forward Daisuke changes and matures, for no apparent reason; granted, being in the digital world fighting monsters does change people, but Daisuke's change really came without propper building up. He passed from annoying to tollerable, but mainly he was just plot fodder. But he is not nearly the worst character.
Miyako (aka Joley): now here is a character that mostly everyone will hate! Why is that? Miyako is all talk and no action. She is energetic and sometimes you picture her as the optimistic one, but as soon as she get into the real danger she freaks out and it takes her about 5 minutes of screen time to realize she has to fight. As the series progress her character is mostly ignored and she is left with her characteristic energetic self and food lover life personality, with no development whatsoever or any background at all.
Iori (aka Kodi): Want someone as annoying as Miyako? Iori might be the one. He is rigid and barely makes an expression, if any. Unlike the previous two, this character does have a background which is not only in sync with his personality, but actually linked with the final arc and despite being kind of interesting, the character himself remains the same for about the whole show, with no actual changes and nothing more than his usual poker face.
Takeru (TK) and Hikari (Kari): They came from the previous series, so everything should be ok, right? Sadly no; both Takeru and Hikari are mainly ignored in this series. Takeru has about 3 good character moments in the show in the first arc, and then acts as plot fodder later on. Hikari is... well, I wouldn't know, she really doesn't fullfil any function here, give or take going to the dark sea world or supporting the rest on battle.
Ken: Here is a character that actually got good treatment; he is given a nice background which is consistent with his personality, he is conflicted, and while shy he is mainly likeable for showing the brave to move forward and attone for his wrongs. He is the only one that actually gets good character moments and a character arc that is mainly involved in the plot. Sadly 1 out of 6 doesn't make the cut for good character treatment.

Music: Gladly, the OST from the previous series remains here with the addition of some more tracks made just for this one, which are good. The opening theme, while not as amazing as the one seen in Digimon Adventure, is actually pretty good, both endings are also good, and the tracks that plays in the new evolutions moments are quite nice (specially the one when jogress evolution is made). So, yeah, still a 10 if you ask me.

Enjoyment: For all its faults and failures in the character department, I still think I like this Digimon series. It has some very bad moments that made me ask myself "why am I watching this crap?" Followed by some very glorious moments that kept me on the edge of my seat and reply "Oh, yeah. That's why". Sure, if I had to grade each episodes, most of them would be on the range of C to B-, but there would surely be straigh As in the ways, but sadly some Ds or Fs too. As a whole, the enjoyment is fair: you get some very clunky, cheesy and boring moments, but you also get profounds and exciting ones (thank you BlackWarGreymon! And Taichi and the rest too for that matter), and as such the enjoyement is in thin line between fair and good.

Stray observations (funny facts and bits of information I got while watching the series):
-Did you know that originally Adventure 02 had 64 episodes, but the order got cut to 50 somewhere around the way because of low rating? Now we may understand why the finale felt so rushed.
-There was supposed to be a rivalry between Daisuke and Takeru, but that gets forgotten at some point and then Daisuke just ignores Takeru; and they want to make us believe they are friends...
-Daisuke and Ken, Miyako and Hikari, all got some good character moments and emotional pep talks previous to achieving jogress evolution. Takeru and Iori got it by having Takeru tell Iori "have faith: well, that escalated pretty quickly
-Demon (being sent to the dark world in episode 45): "you'll regret this". Apperantly this was set up for Digimon Adventure 03, which you know ended up being tamer so... no, they never regreted it. Besides, what was his purpose in the first place? We'll never know.
-Ken (in episode 42): "por favor déjeme entrar" Ken, tu español no es malo, de hecho mejor que el de mucho japoneses, pero no deja de ser raro escucharlo.
-Best character: BlackWarGreymon, surely, as he is a sympatetic villian at first and then a tragic hero. His arc is also the high point of the series, as he wonders for the meaning of life; he surely got the best character treatment, closely followed by Ken.
-Worst character: Miyako, surely, clossely followed by Iori.
-Daisuke (in the finale) "I want to have a ramen shop!" Ken: "I never knew about this". Nobody did Ken, and nobody even cared.
-Award for most forgotten character from Adventure: Mimi, somehow the writers though sending one of their most developed characters into USA would make the cut. They were wrong. Also, I think Sora was pretty much forgotten too.

That's it for now! I hope you liked this review
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I've watched both Adventure and Adventure 02 back when I was a kid (I believe both were the English versions). Less than a week ago, I've started re-watching. All 104 episodes. Here are my findings, hope you find them helpful:

No matter how you look at it - you'll compare it to the first season. Where the first season had 8 original characters, all with an amazing background, unique in every way, this series simply does not have the same amount of effort put into it. Daisuke is even bolder than Taichi was, to the extent of you wanting to smack him in the face. Big time. The same with Veemon. He's like Daisuke, and thus, annoying as hell. Didn't grow to either one of them.

As for Miyako - wow. She's even more annoying. She's that one girl that nobody really hates, but has no real friends around her either. Comes from a family that runs a convenience store. Not really much to add here.. her Digimon is okay though.

Iori. Iori, Iori, Iori-kun.. back then, I thought Takeru was a crybaby and rather holding the team back. But this guy? Wow. His Digimon is somewhat okay, he reminds me a bit of Tentomon, but a little more childish and adding -dagyaa behind everything he says.

Takeru. Takeru sure has grown up. He's gotten used to fighting, protecting people, he's someone you can rely on. Patamon hasn't changed either. Both in a good way.

Hikari still is the same sweet girl she was back then, only a little bit more mature. Back in Adventure, Taichi said that "she was a person that really didn't care for herself, always sticking out for others". That quality seems to have been flying away in this series. Even though that's the case, she's still likeable.

Ken - well. I don't like him. Imagine someone torturing all of your friends, to the extent of almost dying, and then having him join your team because he was crying in a desert. Yeah. THAT kind of guy.

The story:
Well, yeah. A Chosen Child that thinks Digimon are just "data"-segments that have no feelings, and thus abuses them? With evil rings? And with a whip he hits his partner with? Okay. The story after the Digimon Kaiser-era (which took up 25 episodes if I'm not mistaken) grew a bit. Not a lot, just a bit.

I immediately resented the bit where Veemon came out of his Digimental, and instantly knew what to do. "YELL DIGIMENTAL-UP YOU BLOODY IDIOT, I DON'T HAVE ALL DAY!" is basically what it came down to. Where the original series was about the actual adventure, finding out what to do, where to go - this series has it all laid out before them.

The art:
It was still okay. Not that impressive, but good considering what year it came out in. Design of the Digimon.. well.. to be honest, I quite resented the Pegasus/Sphinx types that Patamon and Tailmon Armor-Evolved into. BlackWarGreymon and Parrotmon were Digimon that shouldn't have been introduced any further. Parrotmon had its charm because it was, well, just there when the original Digidestined saw it fight.

The music was great. Well thought-through, just like the first series. Music, sounds, nothing to say about those but good things! :-)

I enjoyed the series, even though there were enough things that bothered me. The biggest of them all was the following:
Remember how in the first series Digimon died all over the place? They wiped out Devimon without a second thought. That happened in the 13th episode. In the new series, the thought of having to "destroy"/delete Digimon, first occured in episode 40. And even then, when it finally came down to it, all new Digi-destined didn't like the idea. Honestly, someone is trying to kill you, but hey, let's not try to kill him back? That annoyed the hell out of me big time.

I still give the series a 7/10, mainly for the reason that the old Digi-destined (Taichi, Yamato, Sora, Jou, Koushiro and Mimi) were having a well formed role throughout the whole series. Don't get me wrong - if you've watched the first season, I highly recommend you watch this one, just don't get your hopes all the way up.


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Compared to the first season, this second season of Digimon Adventures is a step down in quality quite heavily. With exception to Ken, the new characters lacked the depth and problems that the first season kids experienced. This is especially a problem with new kid Davis, who is portrayed as a hot-blooded act-before-thinking boy who doesn't get much fleshing out nor any problems that he must overcome thus making him feel quite shallow as a character compared to much of the main Digidestined. The sad part is that Davis is made the leader of this generation's Digidestined, for better or for worst. The older members of the first generation Digidestined are shafted to supporting roles whose their only roles in this series are to aid the current generation in explaining or advancing parts of the show's plot. About the only kudos I can give for characters in this series comes from Ken's developments where we learn of his tragic past and his efforts to reform by joining the Digidestined.

The plot for this series isn't much better off either. Digimon Adventure 02 has a more light-hearted mood with nearly half of it focused on the Digimon Emperor arc and having a decent amount of filler. While the idea of the Digidestined taking on a human threat is a unique approach to this series, Ken's not as convincingly threatening as early villains like Devimon and Etemon since we seen the stakes faced by the Digidestined raised higher in each later arc for the first season and many of the villains weren't hesitant to take lives. Things got a bit too scaled back with convincing threats in this season. The large length of the Digimon Emperor arc actually causes problems for developments in later episodes of this season as the show tosses in multiple plot developments that are either sloppily introduced, abruptly resolved in the span of a few episodes or rushed through to seemingly force the series to another desired point in its plot. The series also suffers from wasted potential in what it could have introduced or expanded upon with several plot elements that were tossed in such as the Dark Ocean, Kari's unique powers and the Daemon Corps. Regrettably, these plot elements were instead just tossed in as filler and either were never focused on again or were quickly brushed aside. It looked like this season wasn't sure what kind of plot it wanted to deliver with how its later episodes are all over the place with developments. I don't even want to get started with how the series pulls off its final three episodes that reveal who the true enemy threat is and the abrupt happy ending it plays up.

Otherwise, the visuals and other aspects to the plot are about what you would expect of generic titles: average artwork, reused animation clips, plain character designs, the run-of-the-mill 'evil' Digimon villains, Digimon being beaten to a pulp before their partners gain the power within to defeat villains and so forth.

Even if you're a Digimon fan, I wouldn't waste my time trying to look into this second season to Adventure. The Digimon Emperor arc got too dragged out thanks to having several episodes worth of filler and this results in later episodes being a mess with their developments thanks to having several plot threads being tossed around that are awkwardly handled in their resolutions. Not to mention that other than Ken, the new Digidestined children lack the solid depth and development that the first-generation group underwent in their ordeals. You could watch just the first season of Adventure and you could just pretend this one was never made.


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Digimon Adventure 02 is the secound edition to the Digimon series..
as the series takes place with some of the same characters from the previous season.. While only two of those now remaining the main characters..

As time goes by and after alot of research the Digidestined have managed to find a way back into the digital world Through using the School computer.. but as yet another couple of years has passed the Digiworld now has yet another huge enemy and a big threat. A Normal human being has managed to get into the digital world and is causing a ruckus.. This boy is the Digimon Emperor and he is building black spires everywhere in the Digital world.. as he will be hard enough to defeat on his own these spires makes it even harder as the digimon will no longer be able to digivolve as they used to.
As the series goes on it will come with new twists and challenges. it will be a change in the story that noone will be able to see coming.. And a couple of new characters will be introduced..

If you are a fan of The previous Digimon anime you should be sure to check this sequel anime out. If you are yet to see the first one though, There are things you need to know from the prequel before you see this one..


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Digimon Announces New TV Series and Digimon 02 Movie

The first of August is here, and that means the Digimon fandom is living its best life. In honor of the community's web-wide holiday, the team at Digimon set up an event to tease netizens about the franchise's next projects. As it turns out, a new TV anime and feature film are in the works!

The update comes from DigiFest 2021 for those who might have watched the livestream in Japan. After showcasing lots of merchandise, Digimon got to the good stuff before long when it shared its next screen projects. This is where fans learned Digimon Ghost Game will be the anime's next TV series while work on a Digimon Adventure 02 movie carries on behind the scenes.

For the first project, Digimon Ghost Game is slated to debut this fall, and it will air on Fuji TV. A poster was put out for the anime, and it shows several unfamiliar Digimon in silhouette behind three trainers. Three new monsters have even been given names, and they are known as Angoramon, Gammamon, and Jellymon. And as for the trio, the kids seem to be dealing with holograms and/or ghosts in this story, so fans will be happy to try out this new series.

As for the movie, Digimon Adventure 02is getting its due with a movie to call its own. The project will focus on Daisuke Motomiya and his cohorts from the original anime. Tomohisa Taguchi will direct the film with Akatsuki Yamatoya penning the script. The pair have a history as they both worked on Digimon Adventure: Last Evolution Kizuna which recently brought our original DigiDestined kids into young adulthood.

At this point, little is known about the Digimon Adventure 02 movie, but producer Yosuke Kinoshita did say it will involve all of the sequel's main characters. But of course, there may be some fans stateside who are unfamiliar with this sequel. After all, Digimon Adventure 2 aired stateside way back in August 2000 months after the original anime wrapped. So if you need a refresher, you can find the synopsis for DigimonAdventure 02 below:


"Three years after the adventure of Tai and his friends, a new enemy Digimon Kaiser appears in the Digital World and he is out to control all Digimon. The powers of Digimon Kaiser prevent Agumon and other Digimon from Digivolving, causing a big scare. In this pinch a new generation of hero arrives, it's the Veemon! Veemon is able to combine with DigiMental and create a new type of Digimon that has never been seen before. Tai calls upon Daisuke Motomiya, a kid on his soccer team to the Digital World and to fight along with Veemon. What kind of adventures will this new pair run into, but more importantly, will they be able to save the Digital World from the Digimon Kaiser?"

What do think of this big announcement? Which of these Digimon projects are you most hyped for? Share your thoughts with us in the comments section below or hit me up on Twitter @MeganPetersCB.

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Digimon Adventure 02

Digimon Adventure 02 (デジモンアドベンチャー02, Dejimon Adobenchā Zero Tsū) is a Japanese anime television series produced by Toei Animation.[3] It is the sequel to Digimon Adventure, and the second anime series in the Digimon franchise.[4] The series aired in Japan from April 2000 to March 2001. It was originally licensed in North America by Saban Entertainment and aired in the US from August 19, 2000 to May 19, 2001 as the second season of Digimon: Digital Monsters[5] in English-speaking territories.

Adventure 02 was followed by the film series Digimon Adventure tri., which was released between 2015 and 2018.


See also: List of Digimon Adventure characters

Four years[a] after the events of Digimon Adventure, the Digital World is invaded by the Digimon Emperor, who is enslaving Digimon with the Dark Rings while building Control Spires that negate Digivolution.[b] To fight him, three new DigiDestined are recruited, each gaining an ancient Digimon for a partner. The three, along with T.K. and Kari, each possess a D-3,[12] a new type of Digivice that allows them to open a gate to be transported to the Digital World through any computer. They are also given D-Terminals that hold Crest-themed Digi-Eggs that allow their Digimon partners to undergo Armor Digivolution to counter the presence of Control Spires. The Digimon Emperor, revealed to be boy genius Ken Ichijoji, flees to the Digital World. Assisted by Ken's partner, Wormmon, the DigiDestined defeat Ken.

While the DigiDestined rebuild the Digital World, Davis, Yolei, and Cody unlock normal Digivolution. At the same, they ally themselves with a reformed Ken, who joins the team to fight Arukenimon, a Digimon who revives the Control Spires as other Digimon. When the Control Spire Digimon prove to be stronger than them, the DigiDestined learn DNA Digivolution,[c] which enable two champion-level Digimon to merge into a stronger ultimate-level one. When Arukenimon creates BlackWarGreymon, he begins to destroy each Destiny Stones, hoping to fight Azulongmon, who appears when each Stone is destroyed. After BlackWarGreymon flees, Azulongmon warns the DigiDestined about an impending threat behind Arukenimon and Mummymon.

During Christmas, Control Spires appear across the human world, bringing Digimon with them. While the DigiDestined set off with Imperialdramon to destroy them with the help of the international DigiDestined, Arukenimon and Mummymon begin kidnapping several children for Yukio Oikawa, a friend of Cody's father who dreams of entering the Digital World. Once the DigiDestined return to Japan, they fight the Daemon Corps, and their leader, Daemon, while Oikawa uses the Dark Spore inside Ken to implant them into the children. After imprisoning Daemon in the Dark Ocean, BlackWarGreymon returns to redeem himself after a battle between Imperialdramon and WarGreymon. BlackWarGreymon sacrifices himself to seal the portal to the Digital World at Highton View Terrace, before Oikawa and the kids can transport there.

The DigiDestined are transported to a Dream World with Oikawa and the kids and learn he was controlled by their nemesis, Myotismon. Myotismon splits from Oikawa and uses the energy from the Dark Spores to be reborn as MaloMyotismon. With help from the DigiDestined all over the world, the DigiDestined defeat MaloMyotismon and Oikawa sacrifices himself to rebuild the Digital World. Twenty five years later, humans and Digimon live together.



Main article: List of Digimon Adventure 02 episodes

Digimon Adventure 02 aired with fifty episodes on Fuji TV in Japan between April 2, 2000, and March 25, 2001. The opening theme is "Target ~Akai Shōgeki~" (ターゲット~赤い衝撃~, Tāgetto ~Akai Shōgeki~) by Kōji Wada, which peaked at #85 on the Oricon Weekly Singles Chart.[14] The ending themes are performed by AiM, the first half of the show being "Ashita wa Atashi no Kaze ga Fuku" (アシタハアタシノカゼガフク)[15] and the second half being "Itsumo Itsudemo" (いつもいつでも).[16] "Ashita wa Atashi no Kaze ga Fuku" peaked at #50 on the Oricon Weekly Singles Chart, while "Itsumo Itsudemo" charted at #93.[15][16] Insert songs featured in the show include "Break up!" by Ayumi Miyazaki as the Armor Digivolution theme[17] and "Beat Hit!" by Miyazaki as the DNA Digivolution theme.[18] The Japanese version was streamed with English subtitles on Crunchyroll in 2008, followed by Funimation Entertainment in April 2009.[19]

Saban Entertainment licensed the show in North America. Its english dub aired on Fox Kids in the US and YTV in Canada between August 19, 2000, and May 19, 2001 as the second season to Digimon: Digital Monsters.[5] Much like the English version of Digimon Adventure, which was dubbed as the first season of Digimon: Digital Monsters,[20] the original soundtrack of the show was replaced by music composed by Udi Harpaz[21] and Shuki Levy,[22][23] and the opening theme is "Digimon Theme" by Paul Gordon.[24] Other songs featured in the show include "Let's Kick it Up", "Change into Power", and "Hey Digimon", also by Gordon.[24]Jasan Radford also performed songs to the show, including "Run Around", "Going Digital", and "Strange."[25] The songs, including "Digimon Theme", were released on the original soundtrack of Digimon: The Movie.[24][25]

After the success of season 1 of Digimon: Digital Monsters, the producers requested the writers to add more North American jokes to the script, resulting in several revisions. Eventually, along with the result of Digimon: The Movie, this caused writers Jeff Nimoy and Bob Buchholz to leave the writing team near the end of the series' run.[26] A DVD boxset of the English dub was released in North America by New Video Group on March 26, 2013[27] and in Australia by Madman Entertainment on July 23, 2014.[28]

Digimon Adventure 02 was streamed by Netflix along with Digimon Adventure from August 3, 2013 to August 1, 2015 in separate English dubbed and Japanese subtitled versions.[29][30]Crunchyroll acquired streaming rights to the English dubbed versions, while Funimation acquired rights to the English subtitled versions. The English dubbed version of Adventure 02 briefly returned to Netflix while the English subtitled version is now exclusive to Funimation.[citation needed]


Main articles: List of Digimon films and Digimon: The Movie

Several short films were screened in Japanese theaters during the show's run. A two-part featurette, Digimon Adventure 02: Part I: Digimon Hurricane Landing!!/Part II: Transcendent Evolution!! The Golden Digimentals (デジモンアドベンチャー02: 前編 デジモンハリケーン上陸!! / 後編 超絶進化!! 黄金のデジメンタル, Dejimon Adobenchā Zero Tsū: Zenpen: Dejimon Harikēn Jōriku!!/Kōhen: Chōzetsu Shinka!! Ōgon no Digimentaru) was released on July 8, 2000 as part of Toei Animation Summer 2000 Animation Fair. The film was featured along with Ojamajo Doremi#: The Movie, which was screened in between. In the film, the older DigiDestined are abducted by Wendigomon. The younger DigiDestined investigate their disappearance along with American DigiDestined Willis and his partner, Terriermon, who share a common past with Wendigomon. The film grossed ¥120 billion. The film's ending theme song is "Stand By Me ~Hitonatsu no Bōken~" (スタンド・バイ・ミー~ひと夏の冒険~, Sutando Bai Mī ~Hitonatsu no Bōken~) by AiM.[31]

Digimon Adventure 02: Part 1: Digimon Hurricane Landing!!/Part 2: Transcendent Evolution!! The Golden Digimentals was released in North America on October 6, 2000, as the third part of Digimon: The Movie, which included Digimon Adventure (1999) and Digimon Adventure: Our War Game! (2000). The film was heavily altered, one of the cuts including the subplot where the older DigiDestined are kidnapped by Wendigomon, because Saban Entertainment lacked funding to produce a full two-hour movie. Scriptwriter Jeff Nimoy had wanted to release the movie separately as a television film, but the idea was overruled.[26] In addition to Japanese elements being removed and North American jokes added,[32] Willis' backstory was slightly rewritten to include that he had created Diaboromon in order to draw a connection to Digimon Adventure: Our War Game![26]

Digimon Adventure 02: Revenge of Diaboromon (デジモンアドベンチャー02: ディアボロモンの逆襲, Dejimon Adobenchā Zero Tsū: Diaboromon no Gyakushū) was released on March 3, 2001. The story follows the DigiDestined fighting against a resurrected Diaboromon. The film was released in the United States on August 5, 2005 and was dubbed by Studiopolis and was distributed by Disney through BVS Entertainment and Jetix.

CD dramas[edit]

Various audio dramas were released onto CD in Japan, with the cast reprising their roles from the television series.

The first drama CD, Digimon Adventure 02: Drama CD: The Unknown Armor Digivolutions (デジモンアドベンチャー02 ドラマCD 未知へのアーマー進化, Dejimon Adobenchā Zero Tsū: Dorama Shīdī: Michi e no Āmā Shinka) was released on February 7, 2001 and is centered on the DigiDestined fighting Boltmon, who captures Sora, Mimi, and Kari on Valentine's Day.[33]

Afterwards, Tobira Door (扉 DOOR) was released on April 4, 2001 and as a single from the Teen-age Wolves and features a drama track where Matt receives a letter from a fan who is about to undergo eye surgery.[34]

The third drama CD, Digimon Adventure 02: Drama CD: The Door to Summer (デジモンアドベンチャー02 ドラマCD 夏への扉, Dejimon Adobenchā Zero Tsū: Dorama Shīdī: Natsu e no Tobira) was released on October 3, 2001 and is centered around Davis visiting Mimi and Willis during summer vacation.[35]

Digimon Adventure 02: Original Story Spring 2003 (デジモンアドベンチャー02 オリジナル ストーリー 2003年-春-, Dejimon Adobenchā Zero Tsū: Orijinaru Sutōrī 2003nen Haru) was released on April 23, 2003 and follows the lives of each DigiDestined after the events of Digimon Adventure 02.[36]


Along with Power Rangers, Digimon Adventure 02 was one of the most popular shows on Fox Kids during its run and also contributed to the channel's high ratings, beating out competitors such as ABC, Kids' WB, and Nickelodeon.[37]


  1. ^In the Japanese version, Digimon Adventure 02 takes place three years after Digimon Adventure.[6] The English version changed it to take place after four years.[7][8]
  2. ^Digivolution (進化, Shinka) is the process by which a Digimon evolves into a higher-leveled, more powerful form.[9][10][11]
  3. ^DNA Digivolution (ジョグレス進化, Joguresu Shinka, "Joint Progress Digivolution" in the Japanese version)[13] is a type of Digivolution that merges two Digimon.


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