That's an interesting idea. Actually, if you watch opening, during the segment where Go and Ash fall while running down the street, she makes a weird face and just walks away, it's like she doesn't care or she's looking down on them? Maybe she dislikes Go spending all his time with Ash? (that would be amusing)
Considering she's being voiced by freaking Kana Hanazawa, I'm expecting some big moments for her.
I totally missed that, I didn't see it in character bios in the character discussion thread. Though I feel that 'embarrassed by my dad's/friend's behavior' would be portrayed a bit differently from how Koharu was portrayed. I guess we'll see!I think Koharu is just put off by Ash's childlike enthusiasm. If you read her bio, she is embarrassed by her father's kid-like enthusiasm when it comes to Pokemon, so it makes sense why she would be cold to Ash early on. Anyway, this seems like something that will change later on. In fact, I expect Koharu to get a redesign later on (like Serena) and end up joining the boys on their adventures.
I totally missed that, I didn't see it in character bios in the character discussion thread. Though I feel that 'embarrassed by my dad's/friend's behavior' would be portrayed a bit differently from how Koharu was portrayed. I guess we'll see!
Personally, I don't like MHA. It's nothing but the usual junk from the bottom of the shonen barrel. I just wanted the JP music to stop being the annoying noise it's been since XY. And I was prepared for the possibility that Hayashi's music could've been worse than Miyazaki's, but thankfully that didn't happen.I'm surprised I've seen so many people apprehensive to the music but I've instantly taken to it and loved everything I've heard so far. Of course being a huge MHA I'm probably biased lol
Literally I don't agree with a single thing you just said but I hope you grow to enjoy it thenPersonally, I don't like MHA. It's nothing but the usual junk from the bottom of the shonen barrel. I just wanted the JP music to stop being the annoying noise it's been since XY. And I was prepared for the possibility that Hayashi's music could've been worse than Miyazaki's, but thankfully that didn't happen.
I just hope he doesn't fall into the slump Miyazaki did. And I definitely hope Mima doesn't fall into *his* past mistakes with Miyazaki's music.
PM2019 feels super new and fresh, they felt the need to show Pikachu and Satoshi's first meeting, explain how the Pokemon world works, and Pikachu's only used move was his trademarked Thunderbolt. On the other side of the coin given how Wanpachi was never specified as being a Galar-native Pokemon and Armorgaw was casually blasted away like the already debuted 'mon. Sonia/Magnolia are seemingly replaced by OCs in Koharu/Sakuragi. It really puts into perspective how this saga isn't going to be about SwSh. I'm interested to see where they head and how they further change up the formula. This seems more of a Pokemon Go anime than whatever the games are doing, makes sense like someone else said we're at a point where you can get all the Pokemon in Go but certainly not the mainline games. It does seem like Kanto is going to be the most recognized saga since its native Pokémon are at the forefront in most scenery and will because its homebase and that does suck a bit if you’re wanting Galarmon to get their due.
Yeah, agreeing on the Satoshi/Go dynamic hopefully not amounting to a bunch of quick spats like that over and over. I want the characters to bond and connect on some real human groun without the constant need to make them “parallels” especially since Go is filling the mantel of the only companion this saga full time. Some real amicable turmoil between the two, different ways of going about things, different methods but Satoshi’s not necessarily always being right with him showing Go the “light” would be cool. I just don’t want a Satoshi clone even though I adore Satoshi and his characterization from SM lives on through this saga, we don’t need two of them.Not sure I'm looking forward to him and Ash getting into dumb fights but hopefully that'll be something that's resolved early on. Also I'm sorry but the fact that his name is literally "Go" and that we canonically have characters fighting legendaries in groups as "raid battles" is a bit much for me as someone who never really got into Pokemon Go, but I can't deny seeing everyone unleash on Lugia and it just brush them aside was a really cool sequence.
Bulbasaur, Muk and Tauros are "most of Ash's pokémon"?One question:
With so much focus on Kanto since SM, there's been something that's bothering me. We saw Brock and Misty back in SM and most of Ash's Pokemon. The question here is:
Where the heck is Gary Oak?
Bulbasaur, Muk and Tauros are "most of Ash's pokémon"?
Did they leave the ranch in protest against Dexit three years before it happened?
Were they warning us?