The popular fighting type gym leader Bea from Galar is set to appear in an upcoming episode of Pokémon Journeys, and with her appearance, Yoko Hikasa was announced to be voicing her. The announcement came alongside from preview images of the upcoming episode featuring the gym leader and her Pokémon pal. Catch them after the jump!
Even though the newest Pokémon anime film, Pokémon the Movie: Coco, has been delayed until Winter 2020, the producers wanted to make sure people had a Pokémon movie to watch over the Japanese summer break, so they'll be streaming the latest (non-remake) anime film on the official YouTube Channel along with new information on Coco at the same time! Catch all the news after the jump!
It was announced that T.M. Revolution and Golden Bomber's Kirisho will be taking over from After the Rain in singing the opening theme to the Japanese version of Pokémon Journeys. Their rendition of “1 ・ 2 ・ 3” under the "band name" Nishikawa-kun to Kirisho (Nishikawa-kun and Kirisho) will debut on episode 32 of the series. Catch the rest of the news after the jump!
It was already well known that Animal Crossing: New Horizons was a smashing success and that competition continues on in the video game landscape where every other game pales against the might of Nook. Check who went up against the tanuki and failed to even take a chunk of bells after the jump!
The Japanese Pokémon Twitter account announced today that the final episode of Pokémon: Twilight Wings, which features the undefeatable champion of Galar, Leon, will be released on YouTube on August 6. Catch all the information after the jump!
The first episode of the new Pokémon anime series, Pokémon Journeys: the Series, has been uploaded to the official Pokémon YouTube channel in both the United States and the rest of the world. Catch the Pikachu origin episode right after the jump!
When Game Freak presented Pokémon to Americans for the first time, they were told they were "too cute." So the American staff decided to offer some replacement designs. Hit the jump for the one involving the most famous Pokémon, Pikachu!
For a limited time, players of Niantic's Pokémon GO smart phone game can prepare for trouble (and make it double) by challenging two suspicious representatives from Team Rocket: Jesse and James. Hit the jump to learn more.
Like many 2020 events, this year's Pokémon Go Fest 2020 will be held online. The festivities begin on July 25, and Niantic is getting everyone pumped with a little help from Knives Out and Star Wars: The Last Jedi director Rian Johnson. Read on for more.