Pokemon Shares Old School Easter Egg in Latest Episode

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The latest anime series from Pokémon is a metaphor and virtually memory lane as Ash and Pikachu walk down memory lane and return to the Kanto region for the next leg of their journey, but the series’ new hero is shaking. Now that Ash is a Bonafide League champion, she takes a backseat as the rogue trainer Go, as Go is set on her first jungle in the world of Pokémon. Now that Go has officially acquired the starter Pokémon Pal, he can catch every Pokémon.

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Episode 6 of the series contains a very subtle Easter egg that exits the original anime series when Go and Ash go into the woods to catch some Pokémon when Goo first enters a firework – one of the classic series Is as a fan. Remember, when the first Pokémon Ash started (and failed).

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In the original anime series, Ash had no idea how to fight and capture Pokémon. When he got into an affair, he tried to hit him with a rock before attacking him and ran away. Goi makes the same mistake in Annie against Piggy! Although he doesn’t throw a rock, he quickly throws a jab ball without wearing PG down. But instead of breaking the ball, his throw completely misses Pizzi – and he uses the tornado to drive him away.

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But this is not Ash’s first subtle noise that was the first step in Pokémon training. Soon manages to successfully capture the Pokémon, and is their first official carpet in the jungle. Fans will remember it well as Ash’s first official catch and these are some of the moments that bring the old and new series together. But soon Ash’s crooks break the days when he catches all the Kanto Bug Pokémon. So while the anime is screaming out of the past, it is also making great progress in the future.

Pokémon: The series is now airing new episodes weekly in Japan, but unfortunately is still not officially licensed for English-language release as of this season. Confirmed staff for the new series includes Diki Tomiyasu serving as Chief Director for OLM, Maki Odaira as Series Director, Kunihiko Yuyuma as Creative Supervisor, Shuji Yonamura who oversees the production of the series character We do. Designer Shuhiya Yasuda, who served as Masafumi Mima Sound director.

It is the sound director. Composer of the series. Members of the voice cast include Goki as Doki Yamashita, Yuki Nakamura as Professor Sakuragi, Kana Hanaza as Koharu, Megumi Hashiba as Jessie, Shinichiro Miki as James, and Joko Juyama as Mook.