Pokémon dates the premiere of its new series without Ash Ketchum
the television station tv tokyo announced that the new anime of the animated franchise of Pokemon It will premiere on April 14 in Japan. The show will air every Friday at 6:55 p.m. (Japan time). Let’s remember that this will be the new main series of the franchise, which will finally leave the protagonist Ash Ketchum to give way to two new protagonists.
pokemon company reported in its press release that the anime will premiere in 2023 and will air “hereafter,” implying that it will be of long duration like all its predecessors. In addition, the series will feature sprigatito, fuecoco and Quaxly of video games Pokémon Scarlet & Violetand will include Legendary Rayquaza in its Shiny Version.
The production also revealed a new visual for the lead Liko, whom it describes as “a girl with a mysterious pendant.”
Besides, Pokemon Journeys: The Series premiered on TV Tokyo and other affiliates in Japan under the title of Pocket Monster in November 2019, he followed up with Pocket Monster Mezase Pokémon Masteran eleven-episode special that began airing on January 13 in Japan, serving as the latest adventure of Ash Ketchum and Pikachu.
Pokemon General Synopsis
Pokémon is set in a fictional universe with numerous regions that have appeared in the various media of the franchise. There are 9 main series regions set in the main series games: Kanto, Johto, Hoenn, Sinnoh/Hisui, Unova, Kalos, Alola, Galar, and Paldea. Each of the nine generations of the main series installments focuses on a new region, with each region consisting of various cities and towns that the player must explore in order to overcome numerous waiting challenges such as gyms, contests, and teams of villains.
At the various locations in each region, the player can find different types of Pokémon, as well as useful items and characters. The different regions are not accessible to each other within the same game, with the exception of Kanto and Johto, which are united in the Pokémon Gold, Silver, Crystal, HeartGold and SoulSilver versions. There are also regions set in derivative games and two islands in the Pokémon anime (Orange Islands and Decolore Islands), all within the same fictional universe.
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