Thomas is an intelligent character from the anime Digimon Data Squad and serves as one of its secondary protagonists alongside Gaomon.
He is a tall teenager with pale skin, straight light blond hair and light blue eyes. His civilian attire consists of a dark green V-neck T-shirt and white pants.
He serves as Marcus Damon, Keenan Izumi and Yoshi Fujieda’s superior officer on base. From there he issues orders.
Early Life and Education
Digimon was initially limited to TV-only broadcast, with some seasons eventually making their way onto VHS and DVD releases; but finally made available via digital streaming services such as Crunchyroll and Netflix.
Thomas is Marcus’ Avan, and they work well together. Thomas tends to overthink things sometimes which leads to arguments with Marcus; eventually they come to appreciate each other’s unique strengths.
Keenan, raised by Frigimon to distrust humans since his Olympus Digimon upbringing, develops strong feelings for them due to being raised under its guidance. However, as he becomes acquainted with DATS members such as Owlmon he begins to change his tune; even developing feelings for BioLotusmon!
Thomas is the team leader of DATS and an impressive scientist. He can predict where Drimogemon will appear by tracking its signal and checking its velocity, though Tohma sometimes mocks him for being overconfident in this matter. Thomas responds with additional plans just in case Drimogemon does show up unexpectedly.
He is also a highly skilled fighter; when he protected the aircraft where Relena was located from LoadKnightmon, it enabled MirageGaogamon’s Burst Mode. Kurata betrayed him due to their harsh father and later used medicine on Relena which earned them both Nobel Prizes at age 19.
At work he is known for being an effective but fair manager who enjoys telling jokes. Additionally, he’s an avid supporter of soccer – his favorite sport.
Achievement and Honors
Thoma is a boy genius with an aptitude for science, making him one of the elite members of DATS. Additionally, Relena suffers from an incurable disease.
Relena and Franz are on board an airplane being attacked by Lord Knightmon; to protect them he activates Mirage Gaogamon’s Burst Mode in an attempt to defeat him; but unfortunately it seems too late – one of the few times where the dub did not translate Japanese text in an accurate manner, leaving much untranslated here.
Contrary to Marcus’ orders, Thomas makes an unauthorized digital dive into the Digital World in order to retrieve Drimogemon and return him to Digi-Egg form before it transforms into an adult Digimon. Masaru and Agumon assist him during this endeavor.
Characters in this film are delightful to watch and interact well together, complemented by numerous supporting players that may not gain as much attention but still possess solid characterization of their own.
Thomas is a sensible child genius who recently graduated from university. His focus is data and theories when undertaking assignments – which often clashes with Marcus’ impulsive approach.
He overprotects his younger brother T.K. after their parents divorced. With an emphasis on responsibility and careful thought during adventures, he is caught off-guard when BomberNanimon attacks while they were watching fireworks show; quickly becoming angry that this had disrupted his day and quickly assuring Kristy and Sarah that everything will be okay.
This season has much going for it. The story is strong, featuring both humor and depth; unlike most Digimon seasons, its plot never takes an expected path; furthermore, featuring a gay character makes an admirable gesture towards inclusivity.
Thomas is an unflappable child genius who graduated from university at age 13. His intelligence is highly esteemed within DATS; however, his logical approach and focus on data and theory tend to clash with Marcus’ more spontaneous style of working on missions.
Thoma reports the sudden appearance of Peti Meramon into DATS HQ for inspection by Sampson and then engages Marcus in a boxing match between faith in power vs strategy.