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Jack Walker

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Jack Walker
ジャック・ウォーカー Jack Walker
Jack Walker art.png
Jack Walker
Gender Male
Hometown Unknown
Region Kanto
Trainer class Pokémon Ranger
Anime debut Pokémon Ranger and the Temple of the Sea
English voice actor Rich McNanna
Japanese voice actor Kōichi Yamadera
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Jack Walker (Japanese: ジャック・ウォーカー Jack Walker), or Jackie (Japanese: ジャッキー Jackie), is a protagonist in the movie Pokémon Ranger and the Temple of the Sea.

In the anime

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Jack Walker is an athletic young man who decided to become a Pokémon Ranger after being saved from a blizzard by a group of Altaria, Swablu, Furret, Sentret and Shroomish. As such, he takes his duties seriously.

In the movie, after meeting up with Ash Ketchum and his friends, he decided to team up with them to help protect the Egg containing Manaphy and deliver it to the Sea Temple Samiya. When the Egg hatched and Manaphy became close to May, he showed concern about their relationship, knowing they were getting too attached as it was Manaphy's destiny to leave them for the Sea Temple.

Pokémon

Ash's Chatot
Chatot
Chatot appears throughout the movie many times next to The Phantom, frequently imitating the pirate's speech. During the credits, it is revealed that Chatot ends up with Jack Walker after the Phantom is imprisoned.
Debut Pokémon Ranger and the Temple of The Sea
Voice actors
Japanese Hori
English Sean Reyes

Pokémon controlled via the Capture Styler

Jack Walker's Mantine
Mantine
After retrieving Manaphy's Egg from the Phantom, Jack needed to escape the ship with it. To do this, he captured a Mantine that was swimming by, which managed to disable the Phantom's Pokémon and allowed Jack to make a clean getaway with the Egg.

Mantine's only known move is Confuse Ray.

Debut Pokémon Ranger and the Temple of The Sea
Jack Walker's Fearow
Fearow
When Team Rocket stole Manaphy's Egg intending to hand it over to the Phantom, Jack needed to retrieve it without damaging it in the process. To accomplish this, Jack captured a nearby Fearow and sent it with Ash's Pikachu to get it back. Fearow took Pikachu to the bike-powered blimp Team Rocket were using to transportation allowing him to get the Egg back. Fearow then pecked a hole in the balloon sending Team Rocket flying.
Debut Pokémon Ranger and the Temple of The Sea
Jack Walker's Mantyke
Mantyke
When Manaphy went missing looking for May's bandana, the gang pursued with Lizabeth in a subcraft, however they ended up following Manaphy to the Sea Temple. Jack was forced to chase them, and in order to do so captured a Mantyke to assist him.
Debut Pokémon Ranger and the Temple of The Sea
Jack Walker's Zapdos
Zapdos
After separating from the group after his mission to return Manaphy to the Sea Temple was complete, Jack continued with his duties as a Pokémon Ranger and went up to the mountains. There he encountered the legendary Pokémon Zapdos and captured it, allowing him to cover the terrain far more quickly.
Debut Pokémon Ranger and the Temple of The Sea

Artwork

Sugimori Jack Walker anime.png
Ken Sugimori's design of Jack Walker for the anime

Voice actors

Language Voice actor
Japanese 山寺宏一 Kōichi Yamadera
English Rich McNanna
Italian Patrizio Prata
Brazilian Portuguese Wendel Bezerra
Spanish Latin America Gerardo García
Spain Cholo Moratalla

In the manga

In the movie adaptations

Jack Walker in the manga

Before Jack became a Pokémon Ranger, he was a member of the pirate Phantom's crew, and learned of his captain's plan to capture the legendary Pokémon Kyogre. Learning that Manaphy was the way of obtaining Kyogre, Jack stole Manaphy's Egg and escaped from the ship, using a Mantine to escape.

Pokémon

Jack Walker Fearow M09 manga.png
Fearow
Jack Walker Mantine M09 manga.png
Mantine


In the TCG

This listing is of cards mentioning or featuring Jack in the Pokémon Trading Card Game.

Related cards
Cards listed with a blue background are only legal to use in the current Expanded format.
Cards listed with a silver background are legal to use in both the current Standard and Expanded formats.
Card Type English
Expansion
Rarity # Japanese
Expansion
Rarity #
Jackie's Capture T [Su]       Movie Commemoration VS Pack: Sea's Manaphy   018/019
 

Trivia

Solana and Jack in Spurt!
  • Most Pokémon Rangers are portrayed as having a "Partner Pokémon" who is with them at all times. Jack Walker was the first Ranger ever shown without one, although it is implied that the Phantom's Chatot may have remained with him after Jack befriended it during the flooding of the temple.
  • All of the Pokémon Jack is known to have captured are part Flying-type.
  • In All That Glitters is Not Golden!, the Japanese opening Spurt! was updated to include Walker and fellow ranger Solana. This was the first time that a human character introduced in a movie appeared in the anime arc, with the exception of Sammy, who appeared in the series to begin with.
  • As seen in the opening Spurt!, Jack is a Rank 9 Ranger.
  • His surname, Walker, might be a reference to the popular television show Walker, Texas Ranger.

In other languages

Language Name Origin
Korean 잭 워커 Jack Walker Transliteration of his Japanese name.
Chinese (Taiwan) 阿傑 Ā Jié
傑克·渥卡 Jiékè Wòkǎ (full name)
Transliteration of his Japanese name.


Movie characters
Human protagonists
Sir AaronAliceAudrey and KathrynBiancaCarlitaCoreyDamosDianaDianeEricFergusNewton Graceland
JuanitaKarlLisaLizabethLorenzoProfessor LundTory LundMarenMelodyMannesNeeshaRafe
RebeccaRowenaSamSheenaSidKidd SummersTonioTowaJack WalkerYuko
Human antagonists
AnnieButlerDamonMarilyn FlameGalenGooneMolly HaleIron-Masked MarauderGrings KodaiLawrence IIIMarcus
Ninja RiotOakleyThe PhantomArgus SteelMillis SteelZero
Pokémon
ArceusArticunoCarbinkCelebi (M04)Celebi (M13)CobalionDarkraiDeoxysDialgaDiancieEntei (M03)Entei (M13)Genesect
GiratinaGroudonJirachiKeldeoKyuremLatiasLatiosLucarioLugiaManaphyMew (M01)Mew (M08)Mewtwo (OS)
Mewtwo (BW)MoltresPalkiaPichuPikachutwoRaikouRayquazaRegiceRegirockRegisteelReshiramShayminSlowking
Suicune (M04)Suicune (M13)TerrakionUnownVictiniVirizionXerneasYveltalZapdosZekromZoroarkZorua
Others
Baron AlbertoBlock BotAliciaAllegraAstridBanksCarolDavidDonukeDundeeEvaDr. FujiGlacineGodeySpencer Hale
Heroes of Truth and IdealsQueen IleneInfiJennyJoeJudyKaiKanataKatoKevinKikoKing of the People of the ValeKyleLayla
LeekuLuisLuisaMakoMarcus's soldiersMalinManukeMauryMeredithMewtwo's creatorsMirandaMisakiMoose
Mother and daughterPeople of the WaterPokémon Baccer teamsPegRavineRaymondQueen RinRossShipShip's shipmatesSchuyler
TappTammyTannerTatsukiTobiasUschiMr. White

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