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Digimon Adventure 02
Digimon 02
Digimon Adventure 02
Genre Action, Adventure
Anime television series
Directed by Hiroyuki Kakudō
Written by Atsushi Maekawa
Genki Yoshimura
Studio Toei Animation
Licensed by
Network Fuji TV
English network
M-Net (K-TV)
Original run April 2, 2000 March 25, 2001
Episodes 50 (List of episodes)
Anime film
Digimon Hurricane Touchdown / Supreme Evolution! The Golden Digimentals
Directed by Shigeyasu Yamauchi
Studio Toei Animation
Released July 8, 2000
Runtime 65 minutes
Anime film
Diaboromon Strikes Back
Directed by Takahiro Imamura
Studio Toei Animation
Released March 3, 2001
Runtime 30 minutes
Related works

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Digimon Adventure 02 (デジモンアドベンチャー02 Dejimon Adobenchā Zero Tsū?), commonly referred to as Digimon 02 and known as the second season of Digimon: Digital Monsters outside Japan, is a children's television anime series produced by Toei Animation.[1] It is the second series in the Digimon franchise, which takes place three years (four years in the English dub) following the events of the previous season, Digimon Adventure.[2] The series aired in Japan between April 2, 2000, and March 25, 2001.

An English language dub, produced by Saban Entertainment, aired in North America between August 19, 2000 and May 19, 2001. While succeeded by Digimon Tamers, which takes place in another continuity, the story will continue in Digimon Adventure tri..

PlotEdit

Plot summaryEdit

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English dub logo
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Japanese logo

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 Armor, 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.

EpisodesEdit

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.

CharactersEdit

Main article: List of characters in Digimon Adventure

Main charactersEdit

Character Voice actor Digimon Voice actor
Davis and Veemon Davis Motomiya
Daisuke Motomiya (本宮 大輔 Motomiya Daisuke?)
(En:) Brian Donovan
(Ja:) Reiko Kiuchi
Veemon
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 Takeru "T.K." Takaishi
Takeru Takaishi (高石 タケル Takaishi Takeru?)
(En:) Doug Erholtz
(Ja:) Taisuke Yamamoto
Patamon
Patamon (パタモン?)
(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 Kari Kamiya
Hikari Yagami (八神 ヒカリ Yagami Hikari?)
(En:) Lara Jill Miller
(Ja:) Kae Araki
Gatomon
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 Yolei Inoue
Miyako Inoue (井ノ上 京 Inoue Miyako?)
(En:) Tifanie Christun
(Ja:) Rio Natsuki
Hawkmon
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 Cody Hida
Iori Hida (火田 伊織 Hida Iori?)
(En:) Philece Sampler
(Ja:) Megumi Urawa
Armadillomon
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 Ken Ichijouji
Ken ichijoji (一乗寺 賢 Ichijōji Ken?)
(En:) Derek Stephen Prince
(Ja:) Romi Park
Wormmon
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 DigiDestinedEdit

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.

VillainsEdit

  • 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.
  • Wendigomon (Wendimon) (1st Movie): Corrupted partner of Willis. Changed into Antylamon (Andiramon) and then into 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 DigiDestinedEdit

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):[3] 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.


MediaEdit

AnimeEdit

Main article: List of Digimon Adventure 02 episodes

Digimon Adventure 02 aired 50 episodes on Fuji TV in Japan between April 2, 2000, and March 25, 2001. Saban Entertainment produced an English-language version which aired on Fox Kids in the USA and YTV in Canada between August 19, 2000, and May 19, 2001. The Japanese version was streamed with English subtitles on Crunchyroll in 2008, followed by Funimation Entertainment in April 2009.[4]

A DVD boxset of the English dub was released in North America by New Video Group on March 26, 2013[5] and in Australia by Madman Entertainment on July 23, 2014.[6]

Digimon Adventure 02 and its predecessor, Digimon Adventure, were added to the Netflix Instant Streaming service on August 3, 2013 in separate English dubbed and Japanese subtitled versions. The initial subtitles used were incomplete and contained many translation errors, as well as incorrect timing, and Toei has responded by gradually replacing the older subtitles with newer, more accurate tracks beginning the day of the initial series upload. The series was removed on August 1, 2015, after nearly two years on Netflix.


Theme songsEdit

Opening theme
  • "Target ~Akai Shōgeki~" (ターゲット~赤い衝撃~ Tāgetto ~Akai Shōgeki~?, "Target (Red Impact)") by Kōji Wada (Japan)
  • "Digimon Theme" by Paul Gordon (North America)
Ending themes
  • "Ashita wa Atashi no Kaze ga Fuku" (明日はあたしの風が吹く?, "Tomorrow Is When My Wind Blows") by AiM
  • "Itsumo Itsudemo" (いつもいつでも?, "Always at Any Time") by AiM
Insert songs
  • "brave heart" by Ayumi Miyazaki
  • "Break up!" by Ayumi Miyazaki
  • "Beat Hit!" by Ayumi Miyazaki
  • "Boku wa Boku Datte" (僕は僕だって?, "I Am Me After All") by Kōji Wada
  • "Now is the time!!" by Ai Maeda
  • "Bokura no Digital World" (僕らのデジタルワールド Bokura no Degitaru Wārudo?, "Our Digital World") by Digimon All Stars with Kōji Wada & Ai Maeda

FilmsEdit

Digimon Hurricane Jōriku!! / Chōzetsu Shinka!! Ōgon no DigimentalEdit

Digimon Adventure 02: Digimon Hurricane Jōriku / Chōzetsu Shinka!! Ōgon no Digimental (デジモンアドベンチャー02: デジモンハリケーン上陸!! / 超絶進化!! 黄金のデジメンタル Dejimon Adobenchā Zero Tsū: Dejimon Harikēn Jōriku!! / Chōzetsu Shinka!! Ōgon no Digimentaru?, lit. "Digimon Adventure 02: Digimon Hurricane Touchdown!! / Supreme Evolution!! The Golden Digimentals") is the third Digimon film. It was released in Japan on July 8, 2000, as part of the 2000 Summer Toei Anime Fair along with Ojamajo Doremi # the Movie, which was screened between the two parts. It was released in the United States on October 6, 2000, as the third part of Digimon: The Movie called Present Day. This film was the longest movie Toei Animation has created in Japan. The running time was about 65 mins (the rest of the movies were between 20-40 mins).

Due to events, which contradict those of the series, this movie is considered non-canonical.[citation needed]

The story starts with an enigmatic threat targeting the Japanese DigiDestined, who are linked to an American DigiDestined named Willis. While visiting Mimi in New York before she suddenly vanished, T.K. and Kari witness a battle between Willis and Terriermon against a Digimon named Wendigomon. Wendigomon cryptically insists to "go back", with Willis interpreting as returning to Colorado. Needing to get to the bottom the mystery, Kari e-mails Davis Motomiya, Yolei Inoue, and Cody Hida to meet them in Colorado. However, Wendigomon attempts to capture T.K. and Kari as well. But the resulting fight only derailed the train with the senior DigiDestined members unable to meet their team in time. Meanwhile, after taking planes and taxis, Davis, Yolei, and Cody meet Willis in a truck. Eventually reaching the rendezvous point, Willis's summer home, the new DigiDestined begin to question Willis's knowledge about Wendigomon. Hesitantly, Willis reveals that Wendigomon was originally Terriermon's twin brother Kokomon who mysteriously disappeared. Willis also admits that he does not want help from them or Terriermon out of fear they would get hurt. However, Davis and Terriermon convince him that he is not alone in this battle. 

When Willis meets with Wendigomon at Summer Memory the next morning, the Digimon finally recognizes his human partner while revealing his intend to "go back" to how they were together. But after Wendigomon back handed Terriermon, Willis realizes he is not longer the Digimon he knows and resolves to fight him. This causes Wendigimon to go berserk as he digivolves into Antylamon to overpower the DigiDestined Digimon. Once digivolved into Cherubimon, as TK and Kari come to even the odds with Angemon and Angewomon, he proceeds de-age Willis and the other DigiDestined. But Angemon and Angewomon digivolve into their mega forms, Seraphimon and Magnadramon, creating the Digi-Egg of Miracles for Veemon to become Magnamon while Terriermon uses the Digi-Egg of Fate to become Rapidmon. After being swallowed by Cherubimon, the two armored Digimon see a manifestation of Wendigomon's true self who begs them to stop him. After doing so, Cherubimon succumbs to his injuries and dies as the older DigiDestined reappeared at the points where they had disappeared from. After saying goodbye to his new friends, Willis and Terriermon walk back home to find Kokomon's reconstituted Digi-egg on the beach.

Digimon: The MovieEdit

Digimon: The Movie, released in the U.S. and Canada by Fox Kids on October 6, 2000, edited the movie in an attempt to connect it to the storyline from the previous two movies. After the defeat of Diaboromon, whose creation was written to be Wallace's doing, the virus tracked down Willis, taking and corrupting Kokomon in the process. The same dub also removed the plot of Wendigomon abducting the older DigiDestined and de-aging them, as to shorten the film. All the scenes that were shown of the older Chosen Children at the beginning of the dubbed film were actually what they were doing when they disappeared. As they are not kidnapped in the North American version, the film instead explains what happened to them after their adventures in the Digital World.

Revenge of DiaboromonEdit

Digimon Adventure 02: Revenge of Diaboromon originally released in Japan as Digimon Adventure 02: Diaboromon Strikes Back (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: Diablomon no Gyakushuu?) is the fourth Digimon film. It was released in Japan on March 3, 2001. It was released in the United States on August 5, 2005, but the first movie to have the theme song from Digimon Frontier, and released in November 2013, for the BBC Children in Need 2013 in the United Kingdom.

In this movie, that takes place three months after MaloMyotismon's defeat, the DigiDestined go up against Diaboromon again. Tai and Matt head back to the Internet to deal with him with Omnimon, while the younger Chosen Children go to deal with the rampage of a swarm of Kuramon (Diaboromon's Fresh form). With the help of Angemon and Angewomon (with T.K. and Kari), Omnimon was able to destroy Diaboromon again, but it turned out to be a trap, as his destruction allowed many more Kuramon to go to the Real World. Things go out of control when the Kuramon in the Real World merge to create a Mega level called Armageddemon, an alternate Mega in Diaboromon's evolutionary line. It is so powerful that neither Omnimon nor Imperialdramon were able to defeat it on their own. In the end, Omnimon gives his energy to Imperialdramon Fighter Mode, powering him up to Paladin Mode. Using his Omni Sword attack, Imperialdramon is able to strike down Armageddemon, splitting him back up into the Kuramon. With the help of the energy from the DigiDestined Digivices and the cell phones from the other kids of Japan, the Omni Sword is powered up, allowing all of the Kuramon to be destroyed for good.

Along with One Piece: Clockwork Island Adventure, the fourth Digimon film was shown as a double feature, which was called the Tōei Spring Anime Fair 2001. In total, they earned 3,000,000,000 Japanese yen.

The English dub was only released as a 'TV movie' and was never released for DVD purchase, but was released on TV in the United Kingdom.

CD dramasEdit

Michi e no Armor ShinkaEdit

Takes place on Valentine's Day, 2003. The audio drama[7] starts with Davis trying to change his image so girls will like him by imitating various Digidestined. Kari, Mimi, and Sora are kidnapped by Boltmon who just wants a heart. Pukumon had taken advantage of this in order to destroy the DigiDestined. Ken's Pucchiemon reasons with Boltmon, and the kids subsequently fight the mastermind, Pukumon. Joe knocks into them, and they drop and mix up their D-Terminals. This causes them to use the wrong Digieggs and Digivolve into new Armor Digimon, who beat Pukumon. Overall, the story serves not only to provide light humor, but marks the first time that the Digidestined are able to use their Digi-Eggs interchangeably, and transform their Digimon into new Armored Digivolutions using each other's eggs.

The title of the audio drama means "The Road to Armor Evolution".

Ishida Yamato Tegami ~Letter~Edit

All begins when Matt receives a tape from a girl.[8] She will undergo a high risk operation on her eyes, and she's afraid because she could become blind if the operation is not successful. Matt, who doesn't know what to do to cheer her up, receives help and advice from Gabumon, Sakurada (one of the helpers of his father) and an old man who knows the borders' sea.

Then Matt writes the song "Tobira~door", to give her courage and support, and tells, that he'll be there for her, no matter what happens.

In the end, he receives another tape from her, thanking him for the support and telling, that the operation went well, and that she will soon remove the bandages, so she can one day see the sea, where he wrote the song, with him.

Natsu e no TobiraEdit

Taking place in the summer of 2003,[9] Davis and DemiVeemon meet up with Mimi, Willis, and Gummymon in New York City. However, without warning, the entire city falls under a strange winter and becomes deserted. The kids hear a voice and see fireflies before meeting a nameless girl, whom Davis names "Nat-chan" from the Japanese word for "summer". Nat-chan displays feelings for Davis, but the group does not know that she is really a giant clawed Digimon, who makes her transformation by using the "fireflies", which are revealed to be data chips, which have corrupted her data. Davis realises Nat-chan was lonely and just wanted a Chosen Children partner. Unfortunately, Nat-chan dies and comes back as a Digitama, but luckily, Davis and the others take it upon themselves to help find Nat-chan's true Partner.

Willis and Mimi indicate that the sudden winter was created from Davis' heart, which was unhappy after losing the district football (soccer) competition and his unrequited love for Kari.

The name of this audio drama means "The Door to Summer", meaning the portal back to their own world, and recalled by Mimi from what appears to be the book The Door into Summer during the drama.

Digimon Adventure 02 Original Story 2003nen -Haru-Edit

This audio drama[10] takes place sometime after the events in Digimon Adventure 02, but before the 25 years later epilogue. The audio drama fills in several plot holes pertaining to the series, and also explores some of the changes that the DigiDestined and their Partners went through that helped lead to the epilogue.

In Davis' track, Goggles, Davis reflects on the goggles given to him to by Tai, what they symbolize, and what makes a good leader.

In TK's track, As I Type on the Keyboard, TK has started to write about his adventures in the Digital World and expresses his feelings on some of them, as well as being a DigiDestined in general. It is later stated that memorandum TK had begun writing was delayed in publishing until he was able to write it objectively.

In Cody's track, A Visit to the Grave, Cody takes Armadillomon to visit his father's grave. They talk about the sacrifices that Oikawa and the others have made. Cody makes a promise to start trying to understand why evil tries to take over certain people, and to try to prevent it in the future.

In Yolei's track, I've Become a Middle-Schooler, Yolei talks about her life in transition to becoming a middle-schooler, her attempts to form a musical band, her growing feelings for Ken, and her new obsession with black tea.

In Ken's track, Spring Sunlight, Ken reminisces about his brother, the mistakes of his past, and how happy and thankful he is now.

In Kari's track, Hikari's Introductory Course to Partners, Kari has begun a video recording for a class teaching new DigiDestined how to behave and act as good Partners to their Digimon. She also talks about some of her experiences with Gatomon and the Digital World. Near the end of the track, we find out that Davis's sister Jun, both of Yolei's older sisters, as well as Joe's older brother, have all recently become DigiDestined and require assistance in the Digital World. Kari and the others then set out to help the new ones on their adventures. It is later stated that Kari's video later turned out to be "surprisingly useful."

Production staffEdit

Japanese staffEdit

  • Original Concept: Akiyoshi Hongo
  • Director: Hiroyuki Kakudou
  • 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

North American English staffEdit

Insert songsEdit

One of the songs used by Fox to promote the network's 2000 Fox Kids lineup was reused as an insert song in the English dub of 02; it is heard when the children travel from the real world to the digital world.

ReferencesEdit

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