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Digimon Adventure Episode 10 2021

In terms of writing and feel the episode is easily on par with everything we have seen so far. However with some slip ups in the animation and a slight issue in power-scaling result in an episode that is not as good as it should have been. The idea of not needing Crests or some sort of force to go beyond is something I am very much on board with however. It brings things much closer to how they are in the Digimon World games or the equally excellent Cyber Sleuth games, this way there will be less hero gate-keeping and the show can introduce any ultimate whenever they want.

Digimon Adventure Episode 10


I like the contrast in this shotbetween the digimon, who look really impressed, and the children, who arecurious as to what Koushiro is actually showing them. Koushiro does a bunch of cool things on his tablet that were awesome. The information gives them the confidenceto seek out the base.

The DigiDestined are on the ropes following their confrontation with MetalTyrannomon in last week's episode. The Ultimate-level Digimon proved far too much for both Ogremon, who surprisingly leaped to the children's aid, and Greymon, who failed to Digivolve to the dark dinosaur's level and was beaten back into his Rookie form. Episode 10 begins with the group picking up the pieces following the devastating brawl but ends with Greymon completing his aborted evolutionary cycle. Yes, that's right: MetalGreymon has officially arrived in the Digimon reboot.

Following this victory, the DigiDestined decide to break the cardinal rule of Dungeons & Dragons and split the party up, with Tai leading one group and Matt the other, in the hopes of figuring out which of the two paths available to them is best. Luckily for Matt's team, a preview for next week's episode teases some company for MetalGreymon in the form of a certain metal wolf...

Digimon Adventure was released as a 9-disc DVD boxed set by Bandai Visual on July 25, 2006, with each disc containing six episodes.[11] Happinet also released its own 9-disc set on December 21, 2007.[12] And an 8-Disc Standard Definition Upscaled Blu-ray set, in March 2015. Each disc contained 7 episodes. Also comes with a limited edition drama CD, and art booklet.

The first 13 episodes were released in 1999 & 2000 by Fox Kids Video under license by 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment. The entire first season was released on October 9, 2012 by New Video.[13] An "English Language Version" Blu-ray set featuring the dub was released on December 27, 2022 by Discotek Media[14] [15] with an "Original Japanese Version" to be released at a later date.

Collection 1, containing 27 episodes was released on the August 17 in Australia by Madman Entertainment.[20] Collection 2, was released on 11 October containing the remaining 27 episodes of the season.

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It's been six years since that summer adventure when Taichi Yagami and the rest of the DigiDestined crossed over to the Digital World. And nearly three years have passed since the final battle between Hikari Yagami's group and BelialVamdemon. As the peaceful days passed by, at some point the gate to the Digital World closed. Not even the DigiDestined know what caused this, and time alone continues to pass.

This episode was fun! Finally getting some spicy interactions with Ken and the rest of the kids. It was a little jarring when they showed the digi-world map and there were barely any dark towers left. I guess they really took care of business in that tower-destroying montage, huh? I wonder if the Digimon Kaiser will switch tactics soon.

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He then vanishes leaving everyone asking who he was, but no time for that! We have to get Dekao to his match ASAP, thankfully, Yaito does what she do best and takes everyone there in her private jet, using the same footage from episode 6 but this time with some scenes of the pilot getting ready for take off.

The episode actually had good animation, the battle was well executed and interesting, but the real problem was in the writing. By focusing more on the battle, there was little effort put into the rest of the story, as in, having the story make sense. They ignore the fact that they are supposed to be in a tournament where millions of people are watching the battle. We know Hinoken and Fireman are dirty cheaters and they need to use tricks in order to defeat Rockman who was kicking their ass in the beginning of the episode, but here is the thing, NOBODY IN THE TOURNAMENT REALIZED HE WAS CHEATING WHEN IT WAS OBVIOUS!

Appearantly, things can get a little brutal in the middle of a fight. A good example is the final episode of the Gospel Arc. The episode starts with Elecman and Magnetman fighting eachother as Rockman begins to struggle with the bug he got from Forte after being in contact with him (And that didnt sound right).

The issue with character work, or lack thereof, for Taichi and Yamato in the Digital World persists, and at this point it's obvious that the breakneck pace of their story is the key culprit there. The show's current fixation with dropping seemingly-random new enemies culled from different Digimon seasons onto them leads to this frustrating rinse-repeat cycle as they chase their current goal. Previous monster-of-the-week iterations could have different situations to solve or new characters to interact with, but Taichi and Yamato here just find themselves needing to plow through whatever big new beastie happens to be standing in their way. And that leaves no time for discussion or exploration of how they feel in this current situation. Takeru, being a new addition to the unit, actually tries to engage with Yamato early in this episode, only to get shut down by his big brother in the moment, assuring us they'll save the much-needed codifying of their relationship for later.

The irony is that this is clearly the show's conscious choice for allocating its story and character work, since the bits back in the Real World show it knows exactly how to handle moments with characters when it gives itself the chance. After being functionally absent for weeks, we get to see Joe and Mimi again, providing an interesting glimpse at how kids who disappear for days on end for a world-saving adventure might handle having to abruptly return home and engage with their parents over it. It gives us a neat look at the family lives of these characters, and uses that for little explorations of the character development they've undergone through the story so far. It's heartening to see that Mimi, once she gets the respite of a rest and meal she was previously so desperate for, is all too eager to get back to her known responsibility as part of the Digital Defense Squad. Joe, meanwhile, makes us aware of some divides between the people in his home life that could pave the way for an even more distinct break in his own personal choices. These parts only last a couple of minutes, but compared to the simplistic fetch-quest battles Taichi and Yamato are currently gritting their teeth through, they work wonders in making me interested in how the other kids could contribute and develop if the series would just let them as it goes on.

That same sense of simply trying to wow us is present in Takeru's part to play this episode. Unable to communicate his connection with his brother, they're still keeping the kid's role pointedly simplistic; he's barely even said anything. But absent his Digimon partner and anything to do in the fight, we get a look at how he could be the one to contribute the empathy from the team as the other members aren't around. There's a definite quiet awe to the scenes of him discovering and releasing the massive form of Eldoradimon, which are bolstered by the soundtrack, Digimon Adventure:'s consistently strongest resource. The show's utilized a couple of massive mobile-base Digimon already, and I have to wonder if they were repeating that concept to prime us for this colossal reveal. Everything in the episode leading up to it is structured simply, but it works because they actually know how to make that simplicity cool. 041b061a72

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