Ash Ketchum continues his journey on to the Kalos region, and makes new friends such as Serena a childhood friend he known since he was a kid in Pallet town, Clemont, a gym leader and an ... See full summary »
David Errigo Jr.,
Join Ash Ketchum and Pikachu through this amazing journey while Ash strives to be the best Pokémon trainer in the world. Along-side Ash and Pikachu, Dawn and Brock tag along while team rocket stands in their way.
Pokémon: Black & White, previously known as Pokémon: Best Wishes(!), is a continuation of the Pokémon Anime series, in which the main character, Ash Ketchum, goes through the Pokémon world,... See full summary »
Mega Evolution. A new evolutionary form introduced in the Kalos Region. Is it really possible for all Pokémon to undergo Mega Evolution? This story revolves around a young trainer named ... See full summary »
Based on the classic video games Pokemon Red and Blue for the game boy. A young boy named Red is asked to do a seemingly impossible task of capturing all 149 kinds of creatures known as ... See full summary »
Set in the near future, Pokemon battles have been outlawed and forced underground where they resemble dog fights. Crime Syndicate, Team Rocket threatens Misty and Professor Oak forcing Ash ... See full summary »
Kochikame is an anime comedy tv series featuring Ryotsu Kankichi, a lazy, ugly, rough, manner less, greedy but sweet at heart police officer working at Kameari police station. The show ... See full summary »
An anime series based on the popular Game Boy game "Pocket Monsters" in which children raise an electronic monster and train it to fight other monsters. In this show, Satoshi and his Pokemon, Pikachu, travel the land hoping to improve their skills and eventually become the grand champions. Along the way, they get into various adventures, usually involving fellow Pokemon, Nyath and his trainers, Musashi and Kojiro. Written by
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This is the original Japanese version of the show, and it is definitely far superior to the version available in the West (which is one of the few dubs that I can actually tolerate). There has been much bad press about this program. Ignore the people who claim that "This show makes people sick"- there was one episode which contained a sequence mistakenly causing seizures in some people. That episode was never shown again, and there were no lasting effects. If Pokémon was actually hazardous to the health, it would not have been on for five years. Pokémon is the tale of Satoshi and his partner Pikachu. Satoshi aspires to be the best Pokémon trainer in the world. With the help of his friends Takeshi and Kasumi, he learns many lessons about himself, Pokémon and other people. Satoshi's main stumbling block is Rocket Dan- the evil trio of Cojiro, Musashi and Nyasu. They frequently hatch hilarious plans to catch Pikachu which invariably fail. Pokémon holds many lessons, and is quite enjoyable to watch. It is frequently funny and there is never a dull moment contained with in. There appears to be a rule about Pokémon in Japan- if you are a popular seiyuu, then at one point or another you will have a role in it. The permanent cast is particularly good- Hayashibara Megumi shines as Musashi, and Ueda Yuji provides a hilarious portrayal of Takeshi. Pokémon is definitely recommended. Hopefully in the future, the Japanese version will be made available to the Western World. Until then, the American version is still of very high quality- just not as high as this ultimate version. Please allow the Pokémon into your heart.
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