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5.0 out of 5 stars A Summary
There are three episodes on this DVD; they are:
"The Superhero Secret" Ash and his friends fall into a trap set by Team Rocket, causing Togepi to be in danger. Luckily for them, Togepi is saved by a superhero who called himself Gligar and his pokemon, a gligar. Later Ash and co. find out who he is and settles an argument between father and daughter.
"Mild 'n...
Published on July 1 2002

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3.0 out of 5 stars Enjoyable series but too expensive
Pokémon is the story about Ash Ketchum and his friends, Misty Williams and Brock Harrison. Ash's goal is to become a Pokémon Master. Misty's goal is to be "the best at everything" but, more specifically, a Water Pokémon Master. Brock's goal is to be the world's best Pokémon breeder. Pokémon are the animals that inhabit their world. They...
Published on Sept. 29 2002 by Mark Moore


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3.0 out of 5 stars Enjoyable series but too expensive, Sept. 29 2002
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Mark Moore (Homosassa, Florida, USA) - See all my reviews
This review is from: Pokémon Crimson Warrior (DVD)
Pokémon is the story about Ash Ketchum and his friends, Misty Williams and Brock Harrison. Ash's goal is to become a Pokémon Master. Misty's goal is to be "the best at everything" but, more specifically, a Water Pokémon Master. Brock's goal is to be the world's best Pokémon breeder. Pokémon are the animals that inhabit their world. They come in many different species (mouse, cat, dog, etc.) and types (electric, grass, water, fire, etc.). Each Pokémon trainer trains his or her Pokémon to battle other Pokémon and win badges to compete in Pokémon Leagues. Ash, Misty, and Brock must deal with Jessie, James, and Meowth of the evil Team Rocket, who want to steal Ash's first Pokémon, Pikachu, and usually other Pokémon as well. This Japanese animation series is an advertisement for the Pokémon video games, and the episodes' plots are usually simple, but this is actually an enjoyable series. Common themes are friendship, not giving up, parting ways with a dear friend, and other good morals. Parents and guardians that are concerned about the violence need not worry. Yes, the kids have their pets fight each other, but they also must learn to take care of and love their pets. Girls will find a strong female role model in Misty. Overall, this is a fun, simple, warm-hearted, rather repetitive series. However, despite how much I like the anime, the DVDs are not worth your money. Each episode is probably less than twenty minutes long, and there are only three episodes on each DVD. You would be paying the price of this DVD for around one hour of Pokémon. That's ridiculous. They don't even include the Japanese vocal tracks with English subtitles or the fun music videos from the TV airings. You can rent these same English-dubbed episodes on VHS. If you really want this series on DVD, my advice to you is to buy the movies and the special, "Mewtwo Returns", and wait for box sets of the series.
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5.0 out of 5 stars A Summary, July 1 2002
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This review is from: Pokémon Crimson Warrior (DVD)
There are three episodes on this DVD; they are:
"The Superhero Secret" Ash and his friends fall into a trap set by Team Rocket, causing Togepi to be in danger. Luckily for them, Togepi is saved by a superhero who called himself Gligar and his pokemon, a gligar. Later Ash and co. find out who he is and settles an argument between father and daughter.
"Mild 'n Wooly" Ash and friends meet a young girl with a mareep called Fluffy. Along with her mother, who happened to own a raichu, they foil another one of Team Rocket's plans to capture all the mareep that they own.
"Wired for Battle" Ash and friends meet Mr. Morramasa, who owns a Scizor, and runs a training school for pokemon trainers and their pokemon. Ash challenges Shingo, Mr. Morramasa's top student, who thinks that his computer is more important than pokemon. Ash beats him with his heracross, and Shingo realizes that his computer isn't everything.
This is my favorite episode on this DVD, probably because Ash and Shingo has a very long pokemon battle.
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5.0 out of 5 stars An awesome video!, Sept. 16 2001
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This review is from: Pokémon Crimson War. (VHS Tape)
There are three fun and good episodes in this movie(duh!).
"The Superhero Secret" is the first episode. This episode is about a superhero called Gligarman and the store manager of the Gligarman store shows Ash, Misty and Brock the history of Gligarman. Then the store manager tells Ash, Misty and Brock that he is Gligarman! He has a pokemon called Gligar the Scorpio pokemon! Then Team Rocket comes and has a Machine built Spinarak!
Will the pokemon defeat Team Rocket this time?
"Mild and Wooly" is about a valley girl and a mom who has a lot of Mareep. There is a baby Mareep in this story. Then Team Rocket comes and wants to steal the Mareep but Ash and Friends use a mainframe to power up the baby Mareep and the Mareep uses Thundershock and blasts Team Rocket!
And "Wired For Battle" is the last episode which is about a boy named Shingo who has a Scizor which is the evolved form of Scyther but cooler looking. Shingo is so hooked into his laptop and cares about the pokemon's stats instead of their feelings. Shingo's teacher at the dojo tells Ash and co. about Shingo. Ash desides to battle Shingo in a match. Ash beats Shingo with Heracross and that shows Shingo that laptops aren't perfect in battle and that he should consider his pokemon's feelings.
I hope you enjoy this video when it comes out. And I hope you find my review helpful(o^_^o).
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5.0 out of 5 stars Up in the sky! It's a bird! It's a plane! It's Gligarman!, July 14 2001
This review is from: Pokémon Crimson War. (VHS Tape)
Even though Nintendo Power is no longer selling the Pokemon comics anymore, I'm goin' to love this volume just like you told me. They contain the following:
"The Superhero Secret", featuring Gligar, a scorpion pokemon that knows how to glide like Superman. Way cool! But that's not all, Team Rocket also creates the hilariously bizzare mechanical Spinarak. That's even better than ever!
"Mild 'n Wooly" featuring Mareep, the sweetest electric-type sheep pokemon that must have a bunch of other Mareep join up to power this baby up, and blast the silver mainframe wide open! Kaboom! The type of electricity he uses is amps, not volts, to get the job done.
And "Wired For Battle" featuring Scizor, the evloved form of Scyther, but looks even better! This episode is much like the Digimon Movie where Tai hooks up to the Internet, just like us.
The reason why I'm goin' to love this ultimate volume is because of the following:
1. The episode "The Superhero Secret" reminds of the television series, "Superman".
2. The episode "Mild 'n Wooly" reminds me of having a barnyard full of that type of pokemon, is it?
3. The episode "Wired For Battle" is much like the Digimon Movie, but much better!
Once again, thank you for your cooperation on what to rank. Good luck to all pokemon trainers out there. Enjoy the Internet if you can. For volume numbers 9 and 10, I'll see ya in November 2001.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Summary for Poke'mon Crimson Warrior, March 24 2002
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This review is from: Pokémon Crimson War. (VHS Tape)
CRIMSON WARRIOR
The Superhero Secret
It all starts out in a green forest, Team Rocket planted a trap, and caught our young hero. Team Rocket almost drowned Togepi, the spikeshell Pokemon. Gligarman and his Gligar, Gligarman is really Mr. Parker.
Mild 'n Wooly
It starts out when Ash and friends are eating. They encounter Mareep, a sheep Pokemon, a young girl, who owns that Mareep,introduced it as "Fluffy". The young girl's mother owns a gang of Mareep. And, she owns a Raichu, the evolved form of Pikachu, which Ash owns Pikachu, to evolve a Pikachu, use a Thunderstone, but remember, think hard before using the evolution stone.
Wired For Battle!
Ash and Pikachu encountor a Scizor, the Scissor Pokemon, it's trainer, Mr. Morramasa, named it Massamoone. Later they encounter the real teacher, Mr. Shingo, he has a flattop and uses that to get the trainer's strategies.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Summary for Poke'mon Crimson Warrior, March 24 2002
By A Customer
This review is from: Pokémon Crimson War. (VHS Tape)
CRIMSON WARRIOR
The Superhero Secret
It all starts out in a green forest, Team Rocket planted a trap, and caught our young hero. Team Rocket almost drowned Togepi, the spikeshell Pokemon. Gligarman and his Gligar, Gligarman is really Mr. Parker.
Mild 'n Wooly
It starts out when Ash and friends are eating. They encounter Mareep, a sheep Pokemon, a young girl, who owns that Mareep,introduced it as "Fluffy". The young girl's mother owns a gang of Mareep. And, she owns a Raichu, the evolved form of Pikachu, which Ash owns Pikachu, to evolve a Pikachu, use a Thunderstone, but remember, think hard before using the evolution stone.
Wired For Battle!
Ash and Pikachu encountor a Scizor, the Scissor Pokemon, it's trainer, Mr. Morramasa, named it Massamoone. Later they encounter the real teacher, Mr. Shingo, he has a flattop and uses that to get the trainer's strategies.
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