Dr. Yung (Pokémon)
Dr. Yung (Also known as the Mirage Master) is the supporting character in the 10th Anniversary special mini-movie called Pokémon: The Mastermind of Mirage Pokémon (which is set during the events of Pokemon: Battle Frontier) and a former student of Professor Oak while being the hidden true main antagonist of this special.
Why He Sucks
- For starters, Dr. Yung/Mirage Master is way too dark to be an antagonist of a kids show like Pokémon, even for an Anniversary Special, he comments so much actions that are down right evil, which will be explained in the list.
- Him being the Mirage Master unleashing the rest of the Mirage Pokemon is way too obvious, even the intro spoils it.
- When being revealed as the Mirage Master, Yung is utterly heartless, cruel and an embodiment of pure unadulterated evil, even more so then Tobias and Shamus to the point that he makes them look like mere Togepis in comparison, sure, Tobias may have overpowered Ash with a Mythical and a Legendary Pokémon in the Sinnoh league, and Shamus may have abused Tepig, but Dr. Yung actually attempts to murder Ash, co and their Pokémon.
- At one point in the Special, its revealed that Dr Yung was an expelled student because his experiments on Pokemon were his cruel tendencies for no real reason and just wants revenge.
- His hair style looks too similar to Syrus Truesdale from Yu-Gi-Oh! GX with the glasses and the hair being asymmetrical.
- As the Mirage Master, Dr. Yung kidnaps Ash's Pikachu and tortures him on an electric rack until Professor Oak tells the him the code.
- During the climax of the Special, Dr. Yung has his Mirage Mewtwo KILL Mirage Mew, and after that happens, he grins making him an unsympathetic antagonist.
- His goal of wanting to experiment Pokemon in his cruel ways along with replacing Pokemon with his Mirage system to take over the world makes no sense, but why does Yung want to replace organic life with holograms, and how is that suppose to help him take over the world?
- Despite all of his ungrateful actions, Yung barely gets his comprehend for his evil and sinister actions as after Ash's Pikachu defeats his Mirage Mewtwo, Professor Oak...lets Dr. Yung off scot free by going back to his burning laboratory, making him a Karma Houdini.
- He has no connection with Team Rocket, Team Magma, and Team Aqua during the events of Battle Frontier whom the three factions were supposed to be more villainous, twisted, and evil than Yung.
- We learn nothing about why he wanted to experiment Pokemon for his cruel tendencies, instead we never find out after his apparent death.
- He is rather one of the most forgettable characters and villains in Pokémon history along with being the most hated and weakest.
- Dr. Yung's design is decent along with his Mirage Master outfit.
- His voice acting is good.