Despite it all, Mouse and Sheila repair their friendship afterwards. She is the grand champion of Tarrytown in yo-yo and is an expert swimmer.
It's been airing for decades but the protagonist still hasn't hit At an estimate, in order to still be 10 years old, out of over episodes, he'd need to be going through at the very least episodes every day.
To make things even worse, in the dubthey've acknowledged that a year or more has passed more than once. Apparently, time passes but nobody ages.
And just to drive the point home, the dub has Meowth telling Dawn in their first meeting that "We've been chasing Pikachu since you've been alive. This trope was confirmed to be in place by one of the writing staff in an interview when asked about it.
The protagonists stay the same age no matter how long it is, with the protagonist going various regions with his talking Clefairy and his Pikachu. It helps that this manga is unabashedly humor based; it also helps that it's not released in most of the West There are numerous timeskipsand save when characters are drawn chibi, every character ages correctly.
They also tend to rotate main characters out when their respective games' plotlines are done; characters' reappearances usually correspond to Remakes of their respective generations, since they're getting pretty old off camera in arcs that they're not featured in.
Of special note is Red.
Detective Conan is a more extreme case, as it frequently references the current time of year, with some holidays celebrated more than once, yet after about two decades of episodes since for the animeConan is still in the first grade.
This is necessary to the whole point of the series; if Conan aged in real time, he would be older than he was before the de-aging. Word of God even confirms it. Most fans assume that only the episodes relevant to the main plot are actually happening, and maybe a few other episodes important to character development.
A clear example can be seen during the time Conan is investigating Eisuke Hondou. The "Shadow of the Black Organization" arc combines two cases that take place at New Years and Setsuban respectively, while his disappearance in the next plot arc happens at the end of December.
The latter arc keeps things vague by referring to an event that happened a few hundred episodes before Eisuke Hondou even appeared as "several months ago". Technology also keeps advancing in real-time.
Old mobile phones are now replaced by cellphones, etc. In chapterswhich were released inthe concept of chatting on the internet was relatively new.
But in chaptersreleased at the end ofa rumor was spreaded fast and nation-wide through Twitter. Another extreme example is the flashback case in chapteran event that occured 10 years prior to the story, yet the characters in that flashback were using image-sending cellphones with cameras and they could read freshly reported news on the internet.
While the first three shows in the Pretty Cure franchise aged characters in real time, Yes! Pretty Cure 5 has instead made use of Comic-Book Time — all the characters are the same age now as they were in Februarydespite clearly going through summer and Christmas.
Part of this is may be because Karen and Komachi are in their last year of middle school. Heartcatch Pretty Cure also invokes Comic-Book Time - despite going through an entire season as well as a Time SkipErika states that they were "14 year old beautiful super heroes" Since the manga is still ongoing, the author tells us not to worry about stuff like that.
The manga explicitly ignores the passage of time, except to give seasonal settings, keeping all the characters in the same year as when they started.
However, it's been averted since they've finally graduated. Serious discussion on whether the goddesses in Ah! My Goddess age mostly glosses over the fact that the manga has been running for 20 years ; aside from Art Evolution and the characters learning and doing new thingsnowhere near that much time has passed for them.
Lampshaded in One Piece 's letter column, where the author explains that "The characters have their birthdays every year, but they turn the same age every time, those lucky bastards.
The author claimed he had a growth spurt. Later comments made by the author indicate that they haven't gotten noticeably older simply because all the events of the series hadn't yet covered a year, making this more a case of Webcomic Time.Superfudge By Judy Blume Read by Judy Blume By Judy Blume Read by Judy Blume See all books by Judy Blume.
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