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Tragically, he died of a subarachnoid hemorrhage at age 61 in 2010. However, he is receiving a PosthumousCredit as a writer for ''Anime/MewtwoStrikesBackEvolution'', despite the movie coming out nine years after he died.

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Tragically, he died of a subarachnoid hemorrhage at age 61 in 2010. However, he is receiving a PosthumousCredit as a writer for ''Anime/MewtwoStrikesBackEvolution'', despite the movie coming out nine years after he died.died.
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Tragically, he died of a subarachnoid hemorrhage at age 61 in 2010. However, he is receiving a PosthumousCredit for ''Anime/MewtwoStrikesBackEvolution'', despite the movie coming out nine years after he died.

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Tragically, he died of a subarachnoid hemorrhage at age 61 in 2010. However, he is receiving a PosthumousCredit as a writer for ''Anime/MewtwoStrikesBackEvolution'', despite the movie coming out nine years after he died.


Tragically, he died of a subarachnoid hemorrhage at age 61 in 2010.

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Tragically, he died of a subarachnoid hemorrhage at age 61 in 2010. However, he is receiving a PosthumousCredit for ''Anime/MewtwoStrikesBackEvolution'', despite the movie coming out nine years after he died.


Prior to the anime, he worked on ''Anime/MagicalPrincessMinkyMomo'' (on which he worked with ''Pokemon'' director Kunihiko Yuyama) and ''Anime/LegendOfGalacticHeroes'', among others.

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Prior to the anime, he worked on ''Anime/MagicalPrincessMinkyMomo'' (on which he worked with ''Pokemon'' ''Pokémon'' director Kunihiko Yuyama) and ''Anime/LegendOfGalacticHeroes'', among others.


Reading his blogs reveal a ''lot'' of WhatCouldHaveBeen for the anime series. [[LightNovel/PocketMonstersTheAnimation His novels]] also go into detail on the anime's world, which paints it in a...''different'' light than what many fans would think. He also wrote ''Radio/PokemonTheBirthOfMewtwo'' radio drama which was later adapted into ''Anime/PokemonTheFirstMovie''.

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Reading his blogs reveal a ''lot'' of WhatCouldHaveBeen for the anime series. [[LightNovel/PocketMonstersTheAnimation His novels]] also go into detail on the anime's world, which paints it in a...''different'' light than what many fans would think. He also wrote ''Radio/PokemonTheBirthOfMewtwo'' radio drama which was later adapted into ''Anime/PokemonTheFirstMovie''.
''Anime/PokemonTheFirstMovie'', as well as the ''Radio/ItsAWhiteTomorrowTeamRocket'' radio drama.


Prior to the anime, he worked on ''Anime/MagicalPrincessMinkyMomo'' and ''Anime/LegendOfGalacticHeroes'', among others.

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Prior to the anime, he worked on ''Anime/MagicalPrincessMinkyMomo'' (on which he worked with ''Pokemon'' director Kunihiko Yuyama) and ''Anime/LegendOfGalacticHeroes'', among others.

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Reading his blogs reveal a ''lot'' of WhatCouldHaveBeen for the anime series. [[LightNovel/PocketMonstersTheAnimation His novels]] also go into detail on the anime's world, which paints it in a...''different'' light than what many fans would think.

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Reading his blogs reveal a ''lot'' of WhatCouldHaveBeen for the anime series. [[LightNovel/PocketMonstersTheAnimation His novels]] also go into detail on the anime's world, which paints it in a...''different'' light than what many fans would think.
think. He also wrote ''Radio/PokemonTheBirthOfMewtwo'' radio drama which was later adapted into ''Anime/PokemonTheFirstMovie''.


Takeshi Shudō(首藤剛志) (August 18, 1949-October 29, 2010) was the original director and a frequent writer for the ''Anime/{{Pokemon}}'' anime series. He left during the Johto League; [[Recap/PokemonS5E35EnlightenUp episode 244]] was his final episode.

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Takeshi Shudō(首藤剛志) Shudō (首藤剛志) (August 18, 1949-October 29, 2010) was the original director and a frequent writer for the ''Anime/{{Pokemon}}'' anime series. He left during the Johto League; [[Recap/PokemonS5E35EnlightenUp episode 244]] was his final episode.


'''Takeshi Shudō''' (首藤剛志) (August 18, 1949-October 29, 2010) was the original director and a frequent writer for the ''Anime/{{Pokemon}}'' anime series. He left during the Johto League; [[Recap/PokemonS5E35EnlightenUp episode 244]] was his final episode.

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'''Takeshi Shudō''' (首藤剛志) Takeshi Shudō(首藤剛志) (August 18, 1949-October 29, 2010) was the original director and a frequent writer for the ''Anime/{{Pokemon}}'' anime series. He left during the Johto League; [[Recap/PokemonS5E35EnlightenUp episode 244]] was his final episode.


'''Takeshi Shudō''' (首藤剛志) (August 18, 1949-October 29, 2010) was the original director and a frequent writer for the ''Anime/{{Pokemon}}'' anime series. He left during the Johto League; episode 244 was his final episode.

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'''Takeshi Shudō''' (首藤剛志) (August 18, 1949-October 29, 2010) was the original director and a frequent writer for the ''Anime/{{Pokemon}}'' anime series. He left during the Johto League; [[Recap/PokemonS5E35EnlightenUp episode 244 244]] was his final episode.


'''Takeshi Shudō''' (首藤剛志) (August 18, 1949-October 29, 2010) was the original director and a frequent writer for the ''Anime/{{Pokemon}}'' anime series. He left during the Johto League; Episode 244 was his final episode.

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'''Takeshi Shudō''' (首藤剛志) (August 18, 1949-October 29, 2010) was the original director and a frequent writer for the ''Anime/{{Pokemon}}'' anime series. He left during the Johto League; Episode episode 244 was his final episode.


'''Takeshi Shudō''' (首藤剛志) (August 18, 1949-October 29, 2010) was the director and a frequent writer for the original ''Franchise/{{Pokemon}}'' anime series. He left during the Johto League; Episode 244 was his final episode.

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'''Takeshi Shudō''' (首藤剛志) (August 18, 1949-October 29, 2010) was the original director and a frequent writer for the original ''Franchise/{{Pokemon}}'' ''Anime/{{Pokemon}}'' anime series. He left during the Johto League; Episode 244 was his final episode.


Tragically, he died of subarachnoid hemorrhage at age 61 in 2009.

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Tragically, he died of a subarachnoid hemorrhage at age 61 in 2009.2010.

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'''Takeshi Shudō''' (首藤剛志) (August 18, 1949-October 29, 2010) was the director and a frequent writer for the original ''Franchise/{{Pokemon}}'' anime series. He left during the Johto League; Episode 244 was his final episode.

Reading his blogs reveal a ''lot'' of WhatCouldHaveBeen for the anime series. [[LightNovel/PocketMonstersTheAnimation His novels]] also go into detail on the anime's world, which paints it in a...''different'' light than what many fans would think.

Prior to the anime, he worked on ''Anime/MagicalPrincessMinkyMomo'' and ''Anime/LegendOfGalacticHeroes'', among others.

Tragically, he died of subarachnoid hemorrhage at age 61 in 2009.

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