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Old 10-04-2013, 02:34 PM   #192
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Re: Pokemon Origin

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Originally Posted by platinumrug View Post
It'll never stop, and honestly there's no reason FOR it to stop. It's still very popular among kids and even a good chunk of adults. It's always fun and great to pick up after a long while, plus this is only a special, it isn't developing into anything more than that. Which is sad since this is a million times more exciting than the regular pokemon anime that exists at the time being.
Unfortunately there will only be four episodes of this special.

Who knows. Maybe it'll become popular enough to generate requests for a series. It doesn't have that fluff that the current TV series has, so it could bring back a lot of the Pokemon veterans back.

It dawns on me that the a lot of the Pokemon movies are better than the TV series. It has more violence and emotional impact, which is weird. A great example is movie 1.
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