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リク Riku
Gender Male
Eye color Green
Hair color Brown
Hometown Fula City
Region Unknown
Relatives Risa (sister)
Anime debut The Power of Us
English voice actor Lianne Marie Dobbs
Japanese voice actor Shōko Nakagawa

Rick (Japanese: リク Riku) is a supporting character who appeared in The Power of Us. He is the younger brother of Risa.


As the host of the Pokémon Channel

Rick was first seen in the hospital with an injured leg when Risa came to visit him. Rick was sad that he wasn't able to attend the Wind Festival due to the injury, and thus begged Risa to help catch him a Pokémon. Rick knew Risa would be hesitant to go, so he convinced her with a bribe; a pair of red sunglasses.

Throughout the movie, Rick appeared as the host of the Pokémon Channel, commenting on events taking place in Fula City. However, his identity as the host was only confirmed towards the end of the movie.

Rick later contacted Risa as she ran to Fula City with the eternal flame, helping her find a quicker and safer route to the pedestal. Risa was curious as to how Rick knew where exactly she was, but Rick quickly dismissed the question. When Risa revisited Rick in the hospital, she confronted him about it again, but he didn't elaborate.


Rick is shown to be close to his sister, as seen by the way Risa visits him in hospital. He knows how to annoy his sister, but nevertheless cares for her immensely.

Voice actors

Language Voice actor
Japanese 中川翔子 Shōko Nakagawa
English Lianne Marie Dobbs
Thai สิรวีร์ จิรหิรัณย์ชาติ Siravii Jirahirunchart


Language Name Origin
Japanese リク Riku Similar to リサ Lisa (Risa)
English, Latin American Spanish Rick Similar to his Japanese name
Korean 리쿠 Riku Transliteration of his Japanese name
Chinese (Mandarin) 利酷 Lìkù Transliteration of his Japanese name
Chinese (Cantonese) 利酷 Leihhuhk Mandarin-based transliteration of his Japanese name
Thai ริคุ Riku Transliteration of his Japanese name
Vietnamese Riku Same as his Japanese name

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