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Digimon Zero Two: 1 Paperback – 1 Dec 2003

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
"All hail...." 15 Mar 2004
By A Customer - Published on
Format: Paperback
I knew one day I'd end up writing this review.
Yes, I just ordered this manga, read it, jotted stuff down in it just like Volume 2, and must say... well, it's better than the second. I think.
Let me explain, once more.
Yah, it's true, the 02 story does lose quite a bit, and Daisuke's language can really, REALLY bug you at times (don't get me started...). Other things? Gladly. Taichi (Tai) seems to have psychic abilities, coming out of nowhere, ABSOLUTELY NOWHERE, and telling Daisuke and the kids (Yolei/Miyako, etc...) about Ken's brother's tragic death and whatnot. How does that work? I HAVE NO IDEA! It really bugs me. *__*
I might as well say some good stuff. I think the soccer scene has translated/been drawn well. It's cool. All their expressions are amazingly cute, even Kai-kun (Ken/evil Ken). I mean that.
So... like I said in the V.2 review:
A) read it if you don't care about pacing and
B) Two volumes, and Kai-kun-sama's only in four chapters...Taichi has psychic powers... TWO?! @__@ AAAAAAHHH! (goes on screaming for fifteen minutes)
...It's good. Really. Just kiss good pacing goodbye.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Welcome to Digimon 02 13 Jan 2004
By Katherine Carman - Published on
Format: Paperback
This is gotta be my all-time favorite anything. I am grateful the series has been brought to manga format to entertain a new audience.
The art is nice in the book, but I wish they didn't abridge it so. Digimon 02 is all about the evolution of Ken's character, and the entire "Genesis of Evil" episode is missing! Wormmon's speech at the end of the Crest of Kindness is barely a sentence. and the "Opposites Attract" is barely a panel, (which, without the "Genesis of Evil" or "His Master's Voice" episodes, doesn't make a whole lot of sense). The whole thing is hurried up, and it loses a lot of it's beautiful charm. There's some great manga art material lost here that oughta be here!
Also, for some reason they decided to change Davis Motomiya from cute surfer dude to someone who says things like "bling-bling" and fa-shizzle.
I guess this manga brings the story up to "The Insect Master's House" although that story is still missing here. Also, some of the Crests and Digimetals are misplaced and given to the wrong kids and digimon at the wrong times.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Digimon Zero Two 16 Sep 2013
By Erika - Published on
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I loved the art style, and the story has a few changes to it compared to the anime. Davis's lines were very silly sometimes though.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
^_^! cute very cute! 8 July 2005
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i love digimon but this rox! i maen not only is the story good (but rushed) but the kids are cutely drawn! digimon fans 10-19 buy this!!!!!!!!!!!!
A little lackluster... 20 Jan 2012
By Cassie Ward - Published on
Format: Paperback
Living in the UK, I have never seen this manga in stores so I was really excited to have discovered it was for sale on Amazon.
After reading all five of the manga series of the first season of Digimon (and being very pleased of how true it stayed to the Anime) I didn't hesitate when it came to buying this.

- First of all, I wouldn't recommend this to anyone who isn't a fan or hasn't seen the second series of Digimon, the story will get confusing. Even I, who has recently watched the series again got slightly confused - they seemed to have cut out a few fairly large, important chunks of the story out (the discovery of each of the eggs, Ken's depression etc). It just seems a little rushed for the whole series to be squashed into two volumes (which really isn't enough), and this is noticeable.
- Secondly, where are the original Digidestined? Tai and Izzy appear in the manga, but they seem to be missing Matt, Joe, Sora and Mimi. Not only that, they don't even get mentioned, not even once!

They have pretty much stayed true to the character's personalities, apart from Daisuke 'Davis' who has seemed to have picked up some sort of 'gangster' slang, which can and probably will get on your nerves. Also, Tai has appeared to have acquired telekinetic powers (I really don't understand how he seemed to know about Ken's late brother Sam? I won't spoil it just incase you do decide to have a read). But the rest of the characters are fine.

Being a big fan of the Digimon series and the mangas I personally have found this book a little disappointing. It is fairly enjoyable if you have watched the show, but if not, I'd probably give it a miss. I have ordered the second volume just to see if it has improved and it should be here any day now. I'll let you know my thoughts.
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