Pokemon Journeys is bringing back more long-lost characters from the past, including Ash's greatest rival. Pokemon Journeys aired its new opening sequence in Japan today, which showcased teases about some upcoming episodes. The biggest reveal was the appearance of Gary Oak at the end of a montage showing various supporting cast members and rivals. Gary is shown clutching a Poke Ball and sporting his familiar smirk, suggesting that he'll be returning to his role as Ash's rival. You can check out Gary's new look for the series below:. Gary Oak appeared as Ash's main rival for years, antagonizing Ash during the early part of his Pokemon journey.
I Pretended To Play Pokemon As Gary Oak Because Ash Is A Loser
Gary is a pokemon trainer. Starting today, he will get his first pokemon and become a pokemon trainer. He went to Professer Oak,s lab to get his first Pokemon. Professer Oak said What Pokemon would you like? Gary said, "I want Bulbasaur, Oaky.
Ah, such a simple phrase, but one that can instill a level of rage and fury that is still unprecedented. From the very first episode, both Gary and Ash were unable to stand the sight of one another, and the ensuing squabbles between the two became the stuff of Saturday morning cartoon legends. Some of these revelations are minor but bizarre , some are earth-shattering and groundbreaking, while others deal less with the in-universe world and more with real life, such as unexpected origins for the ever-competitive duo. Both are vastly different in many ways, and their ability to collect Badges, along with the types of Badges they get, are an example of this.
He was last seen in Pokemon the Series: Diamond and Pearl. One of Ash's greatest rivals, Gary Oak, is seemingly returning to the Pokemon anime as the rival can be spotted in a new opening sequence for Pokemon Journeys that aired in Japan today. Pokemon Journeys is the latest iteration of the long-running Pokemon anime and it sees Ash Ketchum and his companion, Goh, travel around the world of Pokemon visiting classic regions like Kanto and the newer regions like Galar, the setting of Pokemon Sword and Shield. A new opening sequence for the anime aired recently in Japan and it features a montage of characters Ash is expected to meet in the upcoming episodes — one of those people appears to be Ash's first rival, Gary Oak. A tweet from the official Pokemon Anime Twitter account seems to confirm the Gary's reappearance.