Digimon: Digital Monsters: Season 2, Episode 9

The Emperor's New Home (23 Sep. 2000)

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Ken runs away from home, preferring to remain in the Digital World instead. He captures Agumon, and forces him to dark digivolve, resulting in the uncontrollable SkullGreymon.

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Armadillomon (voice)
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Poromon / Flamedramon (voice) (as Steven J. Blum)
Tifanie Christun ...
Yolei Inoue (voice)
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Davis Motomiya (voice)
Doug Erholtz ...
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Digmon (voice)
Neil Kaplan ...
Hawkmon / Halsemon (voice)
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Professor Shotsuki (voice)
Michael Lindsay ...
Greymon (voice)
Dave Mallow ...
Upamon / Pegasusmon (voice)
Mona Marshall ...
Izzy Izumi (voice)
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Kari Kamiya (voice)
Edie Mirman ...
Gatomon / Nefertimon (voice)
Derek Stephen Prince ...
Philece Sampler ...
Cody Hida (voice)
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Ken runs away from home, preferring to remain in the Digital World instead. He captures Agumon, and forces him to dark digivolve, resulting in the uncontrollable SkullGreymon.

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The dark rings are put to good use
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Chris Mcfeely, who has contributed more to the memory of this franchise than I ever will, notably regards this as one of the lesser episodes of the season. While it has its faults, I think it is still decent. The early scenes further illustrate Ken's superiority complex and apathy towards people in general, while his uncommon silence in the control room is rather eerie and makes his mistreatment of Wormmon seem colder. However, I do agree that the pacing could have been improved to make for a more complete storyline. The idea to have the villain take control of one of the main digimon is something I always wondered why it was not attempted in the previous season, although, as is ultimately seen, the execution is not perfect. Skullgreymon's return is exciting and quite spectacular, given that we get a better idea of how unstoppable he really is, and how he easily dwarfs the Darktyrannomon adds to his awe-inspiring nature.


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