‘Pokémon’ Announces New Gym Leader, Learn More About ‘Yu-Gi-Oh!’ Death of Creator and US Security Commission Has Something to Say About ‘Chainsaw Man’

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The internet was wild this week anime fans, after the introduction of pokemon‘s brand new gym leader for Pokemon Scarlet and Violet. Meanwhile, the US Safety Commission has released comments on: chainsaw man after the recent premiere of the anime.

The US military has also released more information about: Yu-Gi-Oh!manga creator, Kazuki Takahashi’s Death. Here are some of the things you may have missed in the world of anime.

pokemon announces new gym leader for Scarlet and Violet

The Pokémon Company has announced another gym leader to be featured in Pokemon Scarlet and Violet.

Iono is the new Electric type gym leader, based in the Pandea region and described as an influencer and streamer. Unlike other announcements from gym leaders, Iono’s announcement video let her talk directly to the players, like a true content creator. Fans were immediately charmed by this gym leader, with even the official Cult of the Lamb Twitter account predicts she may be a V-tuber.

The last time fans were so enamored with a gym leader was in 2019 when Galar’s Water-type gym leader, Nessa, was announced for Pokémon Sword and Shield. To face Ioni, you can find her in Levinia City.

More information has been released about Yu-Gi-oh! death of the creator

The US military has released more details about: Yu-Gi-Oh!’s manga creator Kazuki Takahashi’s death.

The manga artist died in what was believed to be a shark attack in July 2022, and was found dead just offshore. But according to a report by Stars and Stripes, the US military saw Takahashi before his death and said he was trying to save lives. US Army Major Robert Bourgeau said he was unaware Takahashi was in the ocean as he tried to save three people from a tidal wave.

Bourgeau was credited for the rescue, but the dive instructor claimed that Takahashi was the real hero of this story because “he died trying to save someone else.”

US Safety Commission has something to say about chainsaw man

The US Consumer Product Safety Commission has something to say about chainsaw man after the show recently premiered on Crunchyroll.

In a series of tweets that eventually became a PSA about chainsaw use and safety, the USCPSC urged people not to try to disfigure their bodies for the sake of cosplay and imitation. Needless to say, fans weren’t really expecting an official government organization to speak out about the new anime series.

Episode one of chainsaw man is now available to stream on Crunchyroll.

Official anime themed photo spots have been set up across America

And finally, Crunchyroll announced a new BoxLunch collaboration with new photo spots themed under My Hero Academia and Jujutsu Kaisen.

According to Anime News Network, these pop-up photo spots will be located in 11 locations across the United States. Fans get to take photos with their favorite characters, while also purchasing merchandise from their favorite shows. BoxLunch said it would be hosting a raffle, inviting one lucky fan to an exclusive meet-and-greet event featuring the Jujutsu Kaisen voice actors.

Crunchyroll also announced that those who purchase a Crunchyroll-titled product will receive a free Crunchyroll “Mega-Fan” for 30 days as a special gift.

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