Pikachu versus Mighty Mouse

Two superpowered rodents go in, but only one can come out.An electric mouse and star of the Pokemon TV series, Pikachu has the ability to fire off electric shocks from its body capable of taking out a small city if need be. The particular Pikachu in question is Ash’s, from the TV show, which means that its power far exceed the normal strength of one of these mice at its evolutionary level. Mighty Mouse is a mouse with super powers equal to Superman’s, except that he’s weakened by Limburger cheese instead of Kryptonite. He’s got a girlfriend named Nell, bullets bounce off of him, and people in his cartoons say “wench.” I’m talking classic here, not New Adventures.

Round One:
Mighty Mouse is wandering along when he is inexplicably sucked into the world of Pokemon. This results in seizures for millions of Japanese children between ages five and twelve, and also disorients Mighty Mouse. After coming to his senses, he runs across an annoying boy in a red baseball cap with way too much energy…Ash, of course. Ash has this irresistable desire to capture this “new pokemon,” and sends Pikachu out to capture it. At first caught off guard by this attack, Mighty Mouse responds to Pikachu’s lightning attacks with a sound beating. Pikachu lands almost senseless at Ash’s feet. Round One goes to Mighty Mouse.

Round Two:
“Pikachu return!” Ash is getting worried that Pikachu is out of his depth, but Pikachu’s only thought is, “why doesn’t that kid shut up?” Infuriated, Pikachu staggers to its feet and stares down Mighty Mouse. Summoning all its strength, Pikachu zaps Mighty Mouse but good, sending the near invincible mouse reeling. But, despite Pikachu’s ferocious attacks, Mighty Mouse will not fall, and is about to pound Pikachu into the core of the Earth when a familiar “Prepare for trouble…” is heard. Round Two goes to Mighty Mouse.

Round Three:
Team Rocket goes on their somewhat redundant motto as their plan to capture Pikachu begins. Annoyed by the motto, Mighty Mouse and Pikachu join forces to battle against the irritating duo. The fight goes something like this: Pikachu zaps Meowth, Mighty Mouse punches James into orbit. Frightened by the loss of her partner, Jesse begins pleading for her life, gaining some success since Mighty Mouse is such a true blue hero that he would never hit a girl. Pikachu, on the other hand, zaps her into next week (where she and James will no doubt try again to capture the little rat, only to be humilated once more). The fight resumes, but is ended quickly. Angered by the fact that his opponent nearly electrocuted a helpless opponent, Mighty Mouse goes into a rage. Pikachu turns around to catch MM’s strongest punch, and is sent flying back to Japan where it belongs. Ash goes to throw another pokemon out to fight, but MM grabs the pokeballs, grinds them to powder, and pummels Ash and his friends. Mighty Mouse wins round three. The fight goes to Mighty Mouse by a landslide.

ound One:
Mighty Mouse is wandering along when he is inexplicably sucked into the world of Pokemon. This results in seizures for millions of Japanese children between ages five and twelve, and also disorients Mighty Mouse. After coming to his senses, he runs across an annoying boy in a red baseball cap with way too much energy…Ash, of course. Ash has this irresistable desire to capture this “new pokemon,” and sends Pikachu out to capture it. At first caught off guard by this attack, Mighty Mouse responds to Pikachu’s lightning attacks with a sound beating. Pikachu lands almost senseless at Ash’s feet. Round One goes to Mighty Mouse.

Round Two:
“Pikachu return!” Ash is getting worried that Pikachu is out of his depth, but Pikachu’s only thought is, “why doesn’t that kid shut up?” Infuriated, Pikachu staggers to its feet and stares down Mighty Mouse (remember, Pikachu is an anime character, which means it gets stronger by overdramatization). Summoning all of its strength, Pikachu zaps Mighty Mouse but good, sending the near invincible mouse reeling. But, despite Pikachu’s ferocious attacks, Mighty Mouse will not fall (da-daa!), and is about to pound Pikachu into the core of the Earth when a familiar “Prepare for trouble…” is heard. Round Two goes to Mighty Mouse.

Round Three:
Team Rocket goes on their somewhat redundant motto as their plan to capture Pikachu begins. Annoyed by the motto, Mighty Mouse and Pikachu join forces to battle against the irritating duo. The fight goes something like this: Pikachu zaps Meowth, Mighty Mouse punches James into orbit. Frightened by the loss of her partner, Jesse begins pleading for her life, gaining some success since Mighty Mouse is such a true blue hero that he would never hit a girl. Pikachu, on the other hand, zaps her into next week (where she and James will no doubt try again to capture the little rat, only to be humilated once more). The fight resumes, but is ended quickly. Angered by the fact that his opponent nearly electrocuted a helpless opponent, Mighty Mouse goes into a rage. Pikachu turns around to catch MM’s strongest punch, and is sent flying back to Japan where it belongs. Ash goes to throw another pokemon out to fight, but MM grabs the pokeballs, grinds them to powder, and beats Ash and his friends off a cliff. See ya next week chumps… Mighty Mouse wins round three. The fight goes to Mighty Mouse by a landslide.
Da-daa! No one beats Mighty Mouse!An electric mouse and star of the Pokemon TV series, Pikachu has the ability to fire off electric shocks from its body capable of taking out a small city if need be. The particular Pikachu in question is Ash’s, from the TV show, which means that its power far exceed the normal strength of one of these mice at its evolutionary level. Pikachu also gets a slight bonus here for being an anime character. Mighty Mouse Mouse is a mouse with super powers equal to Superman’s, except that he’s weakened by Limburger cheese instead of Kryptonite. He’s got a girlfriend named Nell, bullets bounce off of him, and people in his cartoons say “wench.” I’m talking classic here, not New Adventures.

Round One:
Mighty Mouse is wandering along when he is inexplicably sucked into the world of Pokemon. This results in seizures for millions of Japanese children between ages five and twelve, and also disorients Mighty Mouse. After coming to his senses, he runs across an annoying boy in a red baseball cap with way too much energy…Ash, of course. Ash has this irresistable desire to capture this “new pokemon,” and sends Pikachu out to capture it. At first caught off guard by this attack, Mighty Mouse responds to Pikachu’s lightning attacks with a sound beating. Pikachu lands almost senseless at Ash’s feet. Round One goes to Mighty Mouse.

Round Two:
“Pikachu return!” Ash is getting worried that Pikachu is out of his depth, but Pikachu’s only thought is, “why doesn’t that kid shut up?” Infuriated, Pikachu staggers to its feet and stares down Mighty Mouse (remember, Pikachu is an anime character, which means it gets stronger by overdramatization). Summoning all of its strength, Pikachu zaps Mighty Mouse but good, sending the near invincible mouse reeling. But, despite Pikachu’s ferocious attacks, Mighty Mouse will not fall (da-daa!), and is about to pound Pikachu into the core of the Earth when a familiar “Prepare for trouble…” is heard. Round Two goes to Mighty Mouse.

Round Three:
Team Rocket goes on their somewhat redundant motto as their plan to capture Pikachu begins. Annoyed by the motto, Mighty Mouse and Pikachu join forces to battle against the irritating duo. The fight goes something like this: Pikachu zaps Meowth, Mighty Mouse punches James into orbit. Frightened by the loss of her partner, Jesse begins pleading for her life, gaining some success since Mighty Mouse is such a true blue hero that he would never hit a girl. Pikachu, on the other hand, zaps her into next week (where she and James will no doubt try again to capture the little rat, only to be humilated once more). The fight resumes, but is ended quickly. Angered by the fact that his opponent nearly electrocuted a helpless opponent, Mighty Mouse goes into a rage. Pikachu turns around to catch MM’s strongest punch, and is sent flying back to Japan where it belongs. Ash goes to throw another pokemon out to fight, but MM grabs the pokeballs, grinds them to powder, and beats Ash and his friends off a cliff. See ya next week chumps… Mighty Mouse wins round three. The fight goes to Mighty Mouse by a landslide.
Da-daa! No one beats Mighty Mouse!

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