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Discussion in 'User Submitted News' started by XXLANCEXX, Oct 30, 2010.
i heard about this on facebook.
that sucks, pokemon was a staple in my childhood.
Yeah i cracked a Tear :'(
NOOOOOOOOO HE WAS STILL TOO YOUNGGGGG
Quick, someone get Revive. =[
Hope he rests in peace.
Hmmm, this is getting scary. Oh well, what will that mean for PKMN future games?
He only worked on the anime, not the game itself.
It's kinda sad he passed away. I never really followed Pokemon when I was young nor do I play the games now, but it sucks for the fans.
61, that's still a tad too young . In my book, you aren't considered old until you hit 70. Most people probably just think 65 is old because a lot of people don't live that long. Anyway, may he R.I.P .
Especially young for Japan, where people tend to live to a slightly greater age than North America.
That's unfortunate, but 61 years is time to live a good enough life. I'm pretty sure he enjoyed it well....
Well I wish.
First 3 movies?
Those were the best...
I hope you rest in peace.
The first Pokemon season and episodes (Kanto) played a huge part in my childhood. I even got the Pokemon Movie that featured the Unkowns and Entei for Christmas. That was all I ever wanted when I was little.
May he R.I.P.
The first Pokémon anime series, back when the anime actually was quite fun to watch.
R.I.P. Takeshi Shudo
Original Pokemon TV series > all pokemon TV series
But his series were the best.
*sigh* He wrote all the good ones........ R.I.P
I remember that I always watched Pokemon on TV when I was small.
This is sad. :-/ Well, hopefully he's all right wherever he is now. May he rest in peace.