Published On: Fri, Dec 20th, 2019

Screenwriter Of Pokémon: The First Movie To Receive Lifetime Achievement Award

Pokemon: The First Movie - Mewtwo Strikes Back

Back in a late ’90s, when a Pokémon disturb had reached an all-time high, Pokémon: The First Movie – Mewtwo Strikes Back was expelled in cinemas. The screenwriter, Takeshi Shudo – who upheld divided in 2010 – has now been recognized for his efforts, with a Tokyo Anime Award Festival announcing he’ll be receiving a post-mortem lifetime feat anime award.

Takeshi was also a lead author of a Pokémon anime array from a show’s commencement in 1997 adult until 2002. Shudo worked on copiousness of other anime such as GoShogun though is best remembered for his work on a Pokémon array over a years.

Hisao Shirai – who upheld divided progressing this year – and was Director of Photography on many of a Pokémon films and anime over a years has also perceived a lifetime feat anime award. Here is a full list of recipients, pleasantness of Crunchyroll:

  • Shoji Sato, Producer, Future Boy Conan
  • Junzo Nakajima, Producer, Heidi, Girl of a Alps
  • The late Takeshi Shudo, Screenwriter, Pokémon a Movie – Mewtwo Strikes Back, Mewtwo Strikes Back Evolution
  • The late Kazuko Nakamura, Animator, Astro Boy, White Snake Den
  • The late Hisao Shirai, Director of Photography, My Neighbor Totoro, Cardcaptor Sakura: The Movie, Pokémon TV anime
  • Akiko Koyama, Color Design, Little Women, Soul Eater (episodes 14 and 22)
  • Michio Mamiya, Composer, Gauche a Cellist, Grave of a Fireflies
  • Masako Ikeda, Voice Actor, Maetel in Galaxy Express 999, Sharon in Space Brothers
  • Seiki Co., Ltd., for pointing filming apparatus used in animation, a association is dissolved.

The Tokyo Anime Award Festival 2020 will take place subsequent year in Ikebukuro from 13th Mar to 16th March. Do we have any lustful memories of a Pokémon cinema or radio anime series? Comment down below.

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