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- This article is about the the novel based on the movie. For the picture book published by Golden Books, see Pokémon the First Movie (picture book).
Mewtwo Strikes Back is a novel adaptation of the movie of the same name. It was written by Tracey West and published by Scholastic in November 1999. The book follows the plot of the film and includes 8 pages of screenshots in the middle of the book.
Here comes Mewtwo, the Super-Pokémon - and it's trying to take over the world! [That is NOT a good thing!!]
Scientists cloned the legendary Pokémon Mew to create Mewtwo, the most powerful Pokémon in the world. Only no one counted on a mad, mean Mewtwo! Now it wants to rule, and it will stop at nothing to get its way.
Mewtwo sets a trap for the world's best Pokémon trainers. It plans to steal their Pokémon and make super-nasty clones - clones strong enough to defeat all the real Pokémon. Even Ash and Pikachu are no match for Mewtwo and its cunning copies.
Now only Mew can save the world from Mewtwo's Poké power. Mew, go! It's a double-trouble Pokémon showdown.
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- When the various trainers such as Neesha battle Mewtwo, their Japanese names are used instead of their names from the English dub.
- After arriving at New Island, when Ash is looking at a pool with floating Water-type Pokémon in it, Eevee is misspelled as Evee.
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