He's tall. He's got a spiky hairdo that would make a Super Saiyin jealous. If Ash and Misty are the stars of the show, Brock is their guiding light, always there with an answer or a friendly, almost fatherly tip. Interestingly enough, for a brief time, Brock's creators actually had plans to write him off the show and never bring him back. Sonic without Tails! Crash Bandicoot without I'll work on that last one. In a world where the majority of the main characters only go by their first name in the Japanese version of the anime, even Ash doesn't have a last name , Brock is one of the few characters with a last name.
Not much is known about Brock's early childhood. Prior to joining Ash at the end of Showdown in Pewter City , Flint left the family home to pursue his own ventures. As a result, Brock assumed the responsibility of running the Pewter Gym while also taking care of his nine younger siblings on his own. Flint took on the responsibilities of the Pewter Gym and his family, leaving Brock free to journey with Ash and Misty. Brock was also able to meet and make advances towards the many beautiful women he met.
Brock, Pokemon's Hopeless Romantic
He is always brought back to reality after confessing to this lucky, or, in some cases, unlucky girl. But alas, among all the various series and team's travels, they only see the characters once. While Brock's love usually only lasts for one episode, sometimes it's one girl, and sometimes it's several.
Personally, I had a big, big crush on Ash Ketchum when I was a youngling, while my neighbor Searra had a crush on Brock. Whatever, I was 8, sue me. Hard call, because Ash is definitely a raven-haired beauty, but I'm not really about the squiggle lines on his cheeks. Likewise, Brock is a bronzed Adonis, but does he ever open his eyes, like, ever?