Ranked #1947

Digimon Adventure 02

Alternative Titles

English: Digimon Adventure 02
Synonyms: Digimon: Digital Monsters 02
Japanese: デジモンアドベンチャー02

Information

Type: TV
Episodes: 50
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Apr 2, 2000 to Mar 25, 2001
Premiered: Spring 2000
Broadcast: Sundays at 09:00 (JST)
Studios: Toei Animation
Source: Original
Duration: 25 min. per ep.
Rating: PG - Children

Statistics

Score: 7.381 (scored by 68,640 users)
Ranked: #19472
Popularity: #397
Members: 103,011
Favorites: 479
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Synopsis

A few years after the adventures of the Chosen Children in the Digital World, a new batch of Chosen Children are summoned to save the Digital World. An evil ruler known as the Digimon Kaiser, or Digimon Emperor, is forcing the Digital World's Digimon into enslavement. The new group of Chosen Children, with the help of their Digimon, then begin a journey to stop the evil Digimon Emperor.

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Characters & Voice Actors

Takaishi, Takeru
Takaishi, Takeru
Main
Hirata, Hiroaki
Japanese
Hirata, Hiroaki
Yamamoto, Taisuke
Japanese
Yamamoto, Taisuke
...
Yagami, Hikari
Yagami, Hikari
Main
Araki, Kae
Japanese
Araki, Kae
Ichijouji, Ken
Ichijouji, Ken
Main
Park, Romi
Japanese
Park, Romi
Motomiya, Daisuke
Motomiya, Daisuke
Main
Kiuchi, Reiko
Japanese
Kiuchi, Reiko

Staff

Seki, Hiromi
Seki, Hiromi
Producer
Kimura, Kyotaro
Kimura, Kyotaro
Producer
Imazawa, Tetsuo
Imazawa, Tetsuo
Episode Director
Shibata, Hiroki
Shibata, Hiroki
Episode Director

More episodes Episodes(0/50)

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Opening Theme

"Target ~Akai Shougeki~" by Kouji Wada

Ending Theme

#1: "Ashita wa Atashi no Kaze ga Fuku" by AiM
#2: "Itsumo Itsudemo" by AiM



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Were_Vampire
May 27, 2013
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 read more
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ggultra2764
Feb 20, 2014
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 read more
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Mavz0r
Aug 27, 2011
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:

Characters:
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 read more
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BlackMageNo1
Oct 31, 2015
After two animated shows that I considered masterpieces due to their well-written storylines and dialogues (Fate/Zero and Legend of the Galactic Heroes), I am wondering myself which would be the animated series deserving to be tackled for my next review...

Then, I remembered about the upcoming six-part Digimon Adventure tri film series, whose first film "Saikai/Reunion" will be released on November 21, 2015, which is something I wanted to get excited. However, this series reminded me of the list of the Digimon series according to the scores I gave to them on my 'anime list' section...

1. Digimon Tamers (9/10)
Tamers: Takato Matsuda [Takato Matsuki]/Guilmon, Jianliang Lee [Henry read more
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Anime: Ore, Twintails ni Narimasu.
Both started with 3 Main Characters
Both share the same power source (such as "Courage, Friendship, Love, and Hope")
Daisuke and Souji share the same tipical characteristic, such as careless, short-minded, wants-to-be-popular, also each of them has somekind of fetish that are really not ordinary

in some Souji(Tailred)'s battle sequence in Ore Twintails ni Narimasu, it reminds me of Wargreymon vs BlackWargreymon battle 
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