At the end of the one-hour Pokémon Master Journeys episode tonight on Japanese TV, the 25-year-old anime series revealed a brand new trailer and visual for the upcoming arc of the Pokémon globetrotting series that shows Ash getting closer to beating Leon and becoming the Pokémon World Champion. Catch them after the jump!
To celebrate the 25th anniversary of the Pokémon anime series, which premiered in Japan on April 1, 1997, Pokémon Journeys is getting a one-hour special of Ash heading back to fan-favorite anime region Kalos to take on Elite Four member Drasna in the Pokémon World Championships. Catch all the details after the jump!
It's finally happening, fan-favorite brother and sister Galar Gym Leader duo Piers and Marnie are joining the Pokémon TV anime series, and today got their voice actors confirmed ahead of their debut in the February 25th episode of the series on Japanese TV. Catch all the news after the jump!
When Pokémon scientists play Arceus sometimes they create abominations that go on rampages, other times they create Dracovish, an adorable creature that can do no wrong–just don't let it bite you! You too can now bring home the splice of two extinct Pokémon in a half-life size plush from Takara Tomy. Catch the first images after the jump!
The ghost-type gym leader of Galar will soon be making his debut in the Pokémon Master Journeys TV anime series with the announcement of his Japanese voice actor today. Allister will be featured in an upcoming two-part episode arc that starts on December 17 in Japan. The first screenshots from the episode were also released, which can be caught after the jump!
A new Japanese trailer and visual for upcoming episodes of the Pokémon Master Journeys anime series was released today for an upcoming two-part "special episode" of the gang taking on themselves as Dialga and Palkia destroy the fabric of time and space in the Sinnoh region–ya know, just a normal day for Ash and Goh. Catch the new visual and trailer after the jump!
During last night's episode of Pokémon Master Journeys in Japan, the character of Raihan, who was voiced by Tatsuhisa Suzuki in his first arc in the current anime series, was instead voiced by Yoshitsugu Matsuoka. More details of the replacement are after the jump!