The most recent Pokémon short is praise to Looney Tunes

The most recent Pokémon short is praise to Looney Tunes

The Pokémon Company has uploaded a new video to its official Pokémon Kids TV YouTube Channel, and it’s a throwback – to the period of the first 151 characters, as well as to the time of slapstick cartoons.

The short highlights a showdown between Scraggy and the creepy Mimikyu and has all the signs of an early Looney Tunes cartoon. A shaky title card with concentric rings promptly makes way for the vintage motivated animation, and what follows is directly out of the old Warner Bros’ playbook.

The Japanese Pokémon Kids TV channel normally has CGI videos highlighting the well-known characters, including singalongs and short stories. Clips of children collaborating with actors wore in mascot suits are additionally a well-known part of the channel.

This short is a reward for an international crowd, however, since there is no dialog. It’s likewise ideal to see some 2D – yet digital – animation on the channel. Ideally, this can carry a moment of happiness to what has been an unpleasant week.

David Hood

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