Look at how cute Misty's smile is as she runs off to the next adventure.
So did the artist behind The Electric Tale of Pikachu, a manga version of the Pokémon story that featured an older Ash and Misty.
What great about fan art is that, because it's not official, it can showcase all sorts of different aspects of a character's design.
Then, of course, there's Ash himself, who gets zapped multiple times.
But do you think Misty ever sees Ash's Squirtle and gets traumatic flashbacks to it almost taking her out? Don't worry, Misty, I'm sure there are plenty of devoted fanboys who would love to kiss you! Ash, however, was named Satoshi in Japan, in honor the creator of Pokémon.
Seeing the Ceruleon City Gym leader in full form helps contextualize the character outside of Ash Ketchum's worldview.
Psyduck needs no introduction, because his derpy exploits are legend.
She also doesn't have sisters, and confidently runs the Cerulean Gym by herself.