Pokemon: Mewtwo - Prologue to Awakening

Pokemon: Mewtwo - Prologue to Awakening
Voice Director: Tom Wayland

US Premiere: Jan 11, 2014
Japan Premiere: Jul 11, 2013

Animation Studio: OLM

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Franchise: Pokemon
Characters on BTVA: 12
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said at 7:32 AM on Wed Dec 6 2017
Oooh, Cristina Vee and Spike Spencer? That's pretty nice, one big LA actor and a FUNi actor (or ADV in Spike's case) for the price of one.
NCZ (Admin)
said at 9:50 AM on Wed Dec 6 2017

Spike has been LA-based for a long time.
Lord Vok
said at 12:55 PM on Sat Mar 22 2014
Why is Mewtwo a friggin girl now?
NCZ (Admin)
said at 3:38 PM on Sat Mar 22 2014
@Lord Vok Mewtwo's not a girl, it's genderless. A female voice is just as valid as a male one.
said at 8:38 AM on Fri Oct 21 2016
@NCZ Except when they did previous movies with a male voice. And considering he's a legendary, there can only be ONE Mewtwo and not multiple.
NCZ (Admin)
said at 1:31 PM on Fri Oct 21 2016

Well firstly it's important to note the difference between "sex" and "gender". Gender is a social, not biological concept, whereas "sex" (as well as voice) is biological.

The "identity" of one's voice is not necessarily 100% in line with the gender they identify as. Mewtwo cannot breed, so it is a biologically asexual being, but it also does not identify itself as any gender.

From a biological perspective there is no such thing as a "sex-less" human voice. Mewtwo's voice being what a human identifies as "male" or "female" is just due to the limitations of being a fictional, non-human character whose voice is provided by a real-life human. Having one Mewtwo with a "male" voice and another with a "female" voice is just a means of conveying to the audience that it is an asexual being with no gender identity.

Canonically there are multiple versions of several Legendaries in the Pokemon anime. The Mewtwo seen in the XY era is not the same individual as the one seen in the Kanto era. So it makes more sense for them to have different voices.

Make sense?
said at 9:07 PM on Fri Oct 21 2016
@NCZ I get what you mean. But how does this one remember Ash if we have just established that is a different one then before?
said at 11:06 AM on Mon May 29 2017
@NCZ Actually "genderless" is more of a fan term. In the anime and games, they say "gender unknown," which doesn't automatically mean genderless.
said at 8:19 PM on Tue Jan 14 2014
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I actually thought Dirk was Spike Spencer. But hey, glad to know Sgt. Sagara got a shot at Pokemon, too. =)
said at 2:12 PM on Sat Jan 3 2015
@VGAfanatic Dirk WAS Spike Spencer.
said at 4:52 AM on Thu May 14 2015
@Galactic_Cyrus Haha! You thought Dirk was Spike Spencer, but it was I Dio! ... Sorry had to do it.
said at 11:33 AM on Tue Jan 14 2014
What on Earth is this? And why does Mewtwo's design look off to me?
said at 2:12 PM on Sat Jan 3 2015
@Torak It's a different Mewtwo.
said at 2:42 PM on Sat Jan 3 2015
@Galactic_Cyrus - Ahh. As in like a different species of Mewtwo? I always thought there was only one species in the anime continuity
(Can't believe I'm still a nerd at Pokemon >_
said at 2:44 PM on Sat Jan 3 2015
@Torak This one's apparently an AU Mewtwo than the one from before, seeing as it can Mega Evolve, and ORAS tells us that Mega Evolution is an AU thing.
said at 2:51 PM on Sat Jan 3 2015
@Galactic_Cyrus - Make sense. I just thought Mewtwo's snout looked a little shorter, revealing its mouth a little better. It looked a little weird at first to me :3
said at 3:10 PM on Sat Jan 3 2015
@Torak The eyes are different too.
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