By popular demand, the anime fan-favourite released for the first time on DVD!
Four years after Tai, Mimi and the rest of the Digidestined brought peace to the digital world and found their way back home, the Digimon Emperor - a new villain - threatens the world and its Digital Monsters. With some the original kids off to junior high, a new generation is chosen to defend and save the world from evil.
Davis, Yolei, Cody, and Ken join T.K and Kari to form the new Digidestined team. Together they journey back to the Digital World to battle the Digimon Emperor and free all the Digital Monsters from his control.
Andrew Osmond on the controversy of Miyazaki's last feature
As Miyazaki‚Äôs film itself makes clear, Horikoshi was a cog in Japan‚Äôs military machine at the time of the country‚Äôs most aggressive expansion. This was when Japan was moving into China, proclaiming what it called the ‚ÄúGreater East Asian Co-Prosperity Sphere,‚ÄĚ which really meant Japanese imperialist supremacy in East Asia.
Babystars may want to change their name; Two of the remaining members are now pushing towards 40-years of age, making them more middle-aged than babies. As for being stars, a lot has changed since their debut back in 2002‚Ä¶
Salarymen to the left of me, shoppers to the right. And here I am, stuck in the middle with otaku. Well, more accurately I‚Äôm frolicking with them, in Hibiya Open-Air Concert Hall, a concrete amphitheatre that‚Äôs dwarfed by the towering skyscrapers of Tokyo‚Äôs business district to the west, and high-end retail haven Ginza to the east. Between the two is the venue, hidden in the peaceful Hibiya Park. Peaceful, that is, until 3,000 anime fans descend en masse, clutching chunky glow batons, wearing identical shirts and all waiting for the latest lady-singer that tickles the tastes of otaku to hit the stage; LiSA.