Pokemon is a famous animated series that has captured the hearts of many audiences, especially children in Japan and around the world. However, not any episode of Pokemon are well received and even have an episode in the anime Pokemon prohibited projected by its unpredictable level of danger.
There is an episode in the cartoon series Pokemon was banned from screening in Japan due to the fact that it caused 700 children to be hospitalized in just 30 minutes after screening. So how that thing, the truth behind it has made many people confused?
1. Porygon Seizure in 1997 in episode 38 of the anime Pokemon
On December 16, 1997, an animated episode Pokemon was shown on Japanese television called “Electric Soldier Porygon”, about the adventures of a group of young Ash when the group is accidentally sucked into a transport machine. Pokemon.
This is a machine used for teleportation Pokemon by creating another dimension and our group of friends Ash accidentally got lost in this particular dimension.
In the movie, there is a scene where a rocket crashes into Ash’s group, Pikachu uses his electrical energy, shooting the missile to make it explode before crashing into Ash’s group. The result was an explosion that happened in the film and left … lots of real-life children hospitalized.
After a few investigations, the answer was revealed, the culprit is the effect that the filmmakers created for the explosion in the film. Accordingly, since Ash’s group is in a special dimension, they want to make this explosion more special as well. Consequently, the explosion was illustrated by an extremely fast burst of blazing red and green light. It is this change in red and blue light continuously in a short time that has caused great harm to the eyesight of the viewer, especially the children.
2. The episode is banned in many countries, but Pokemon Porygon is also permanently lost
Following this incident is episode 38 of the anime Pokemon was banned from screening and never broadcasted in any version. The problem is there is one Pokemon considered the scapegoat for this incident, it is Porygon.
Porygon has been banned in the entire anime since 1997 Pokemon. It didn’t appear in any movies, even its evolution was just a brief cameo.
Apparently Porygon is being blamed for this unfortunate incident and the reason just because the episode title has Porygon on it. But in fact, if you think about it, Pikachu is Pokemon deserve more condemnation.
3. Twitter account @Pokemon Porygon’s “unlawful” has been deleted
This shocking incident was recently launched again on September 19, 2020, to coincide with Community Day Pokemon GO for Porygon on September 20, 2020.
In particular, the official Twitter account Pokemon sent a tweet saying “Porygon did nothing wrong” and was applauded by fans.
Indeed, if you think about it, it is really unfair to Porygon when pokemon This has been banned from the anime. What is most surprising, however, is that this tweet has now been deleted by the account Pokemon official on Twitter for unknown reasons.
Why is that, really confusing, right? How do you think about this incident and whether Porygon was wrong and deserved to be so? Please let us know more about this issue.