It's just the way the show goes. Plus, I'm getting really tired of the franchise current obsession with 1st gen nostalgia. Seeds: 25 Peers: 37 Pokemon The Movie: I Choose You! Pikachu throws luna pen to Sailor Moon Pika-Chuuuuuuuu!!!!! Ash is finally old enough to receive his first Pokémon from Professor Oak, the town's Pokémon expert-but on the morning Ash is supposed to claim it, he oversleeps! This is actually easily explained. By the time he arrives at Professor Oak's, the three Pokémon he wanted have already been chosen by the other Trainers-in-training, including his rival, Gary! The battle music and background music bring back happy memories of the original red and blue version games. Does it explain the alternate universe crap? I like that poster even more.
There doesn't need to be some crazy theory as to why Ash is always 10. If Ash is dead, he is essentially living in his own personal heaven. When Ash Ketchum oversleeps on his 10th birthday, he ends up with a stubborn Pikachu instead of the first partner Pokémon he wanted! It's the most epic song used out of all the battle music used in the anime, and it's not here. But I understand why it will struggle to gain externally validity. Pokemon Trainer:Let's have a rare heatstorm.
It's safe to say all are canon, as it wouldn't make sense to say some are canon and some aren't. Especially in an anime that contradicts episode canon as a side effect of being so huge that even the makers of the anime don't watch all the episodes and know all the source material. So we are getting a Pokémon movie where Ash doesn't become friends with a Legendary Pokémon that also knows telepathy unless he flirts with Ho-Oh , and doesn't go to some non-canon town in the middle of nowhere? We never really needed an answer to this. If I want to consider something in the movies canon, I'll do so. The movie will be released in Japanese theaters on July 15th. Like many people, I thought the movie will be a retelling of the 1st season of anime.
Wigglytuff is sent out Gary Oak:Wigglytuff. But it's actually a new story. Trainer and Pokémon don't get along right away. Still though it brings back so many childhood memories I feel like crying. The only Pokémon remaining is a strong-willed Pikachu.
Ash Ketchum:We'll see about that. The title is similar to the name of the first Pokemon anime episode, Pokemon! Besides that, this is fantastic! Ash is seen in his original clothes, though the art style is slightly different. Poke Ball lets Squirtle to come out Squirtle, use Water Gun! And as someone else pointed out, hardly anyone else ages either! Gary Oak:Give it up, Ash. Tentacruel uses Water Pulse at Steelix. He soon wrecks the bike, however, and he and Pikachu are surrounded by the Spearow.
It was a bunch of cop out answers but it made sense. Finally out of harm's way, the wild experience makes Ash and Pikachu realize that they've begun what promises to be a blooming friendship. A lot of folks believe Ash died when Pikachu used Thunder or whatever attack it did to fend off the Spearow and that Ho-oh revived him giving him eternally happiness. I can't find it anywhere. Check out Pokémon the Movie: I Choose You! Its all the same one music, I just need the specifics.
He is currently writing his thesis film, which will go into production this fall in Los Angeles. I really loved the Cross vs Ash fight s. The 20th movie wouldn't be canon to the main anime, but it is its own canon. The movie is really great. Yeah, several of the movies have been referenced in the main anime, and some events from the main anime have been referenced in the movies.
The only exemption is the Origins which is not an Ash adventure. Mewtwo Strikes Back was canon because it tied into anime episodes Mewtwo beating Gary and Mewtwo breaking out of Team Rocket's headquarters were both in the movie and the anime. Disagreements aside, they start to bond when they find themselves chased by an angry flock of Spearow. The music is so epic!! When Ash fearlessly confronts the Spearow, Pikachu is inspired to summon its remaining energy to repel the Pokémon with a powerful electric shock. The Spearow wound Pikachu, but Ash risks his own safety to protect his Pokémon. No one ages anymore because they're just part of his afterlife, he is 10 forever and the world never ages around him.