Create a new article
Write your page title here:
We currently have 1,293 articles on Incredible Characters Wiki. Type your article name above or create one of the articles listed here!

    Incredible Characters Wiki
    "Hey I know, I’ll use my trusty frying pan, as a drying pan!"
    Gender: Male
    Type: Pokémon Breeder
    Age: 15
    Species: Human
    Portrayed by: English:
    Eric Stuart (Indigo League-mid-Advanced Generation)
    Bill Rogers (mid-Advanced Generation-present)
    Yūji Ueda (Japanese)
    Status: Alive
    Media of origin: Pokémon

    Brock (Japanese: タケシ Takeshi) is an aspiring Pokémon Doctor from Pewter City and a former traveling partner of Ash. He used to be the Gym Leader of the Pewter Gym, handing out the Boulder Badge to Trainers who defeated him.

    Brock journeyed with Ash through the Kanto, Johto, Hoenn, and Sinnoh regions in his pursuit of improving his skills as a Pokémon Breeder. Eventually, he decided to return home and study to become a Pokémon Doctor. In Pokémon: To Be a Pokémon Master, Brock would reunite and resume traveling with Ash until he decided to head back home.

    He is voiced by Eric Stuart and Bill Rogers in the English dub, and Yūji Ueda in the original Japanese dub.

    Why He'll be a Pokémon Breeder

    1. To start things off, he's one of Ash's well-written traveling companions, Alongside Misty, May, Serena, Clemont, Bonnie, Dawn and among others.
    2. He's very good at treating Pokémon injuries. He even dreams of becoming a Pokémon breeder.
    3. Not only is Brock good at treating Pokémon injuries, but he is very good at cooking.
      • Speaking of which, he can be very helpful in the kitchen with Ash's mother at times.
    4. "Takeshi's Paradise" need we say more.
    5. Has very memorable quotes such as "Hey I know, I’ll use my trusty frying pan, as a drying pan!"
    6. He's a very good big brother to his younger siblings.
    7. He's also known for his iconic shtick whenever he meets a pretty girl.
      • It became so iconic, that it inspired the writers to create one for whenever Bonnie sees one, she tries to set her up with her big brother, Clemont by asks her if she can take care for him, much to his dismay.
    8. His design in both the anime and games are very well-done and memorable.
    9. There are some scenes in the Pokémon Movies where he plays an important role.
    10. He dislikes seeing Ash and his companions argue and at least tries to reason with them.
      • Though one time he was frustrated when Ash and Dawn argued saying "Your both hurting my ears." showing he had enough.
    11. He's a very strong trainer and has well-written relationships with his Pokémon.
    12. He actually became a Pokémon doctor in the special Pokémon: The Arceus Chronicles.
    13. Eric Stuart, Bill Rogers and Yūji Ueda all did great jobs voicing him.

    Bad Qualities

    1. At times, he has a bad habit of going through heartbreaks whenever he meets a pretty girl his way.
    2. A fair amount of Episodes He does not do much to help Ash abd just Watches in the Sidelines.
      1. A Good Example can be in the movies Such as Pokémon: Arceus and the Jewel of Life Where he Barely does much to help Save the Future and Feels more like a Tagalong Character.
    3. He was flanderized in Poké Fables to the only character sometimes speaking Japanese and is a pervert. In "Brock Babysits Magikarp", Misty has him be responsible for her Magikarp and when he goes to Ash for help, Magikarp is sucking on his privates.


    • Brock is among the longest-running main characters in the anime, having been present in nearly every episode between Showdown in Pewter City and Memories are Made of Bliss!, with the notable exception of the Orange Islands saga, the final original series episode, the first three episodes of Pokémon the Series: Ruby and Sapphire, and the first episode of Pokémon the Series: Diamond and Pearl. His tenure is ranked under Ash, Pikachu, the Team Rocket trio, and Wobbuffet.
    • Most official sources do not give Brock a last name. However, several sources suggest that in the anime, his last name is Harrison. In the July 2006 issue of K-Zone Magazine, Eric Stuart was interviewed, and he said Brock's last name is Harrison.
      • In "Love, Totodile Style", Brock confirmed that he does indeed have a last name, although he did not give it.


    Loading comments...
    Cookies help us deliver our services. By using our services, you agree to our use of cookies.
    Cookies help us deliver our services. By using our services, you agree to our use of cookies.