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PocketMonsters.net is a fansite dedicated to all things Pokémon (ポケモン) and Pocket Monsters (ポケットモンスター). We are the premier site for news and information about all aspects of the franchise from around the world. We cover the Anime, indexing the music, the Trading Card Game, the Games, the variety shows, have a large imageboard, forum and much more. Follow us on Twitter and Subscribe to our RSS Feed for the latest updates!
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Upcoming Episodes

New episodes of the Pocket Monsters anime air Thursday evenings at 6:55PM JST and new episodes of the variety show Pokénchi air Sunday mornings at 8:00 AM JST on TV Tokyo in Japan. Pokémon airs Saturday morning at 9 AM EST and every Saturday and Sunday evening at 7:30 PM on Disney XD in the United States. Pokémon the Series also airs every weekday at 4 PM. Pokémon airs Saturday's at Noon EST on Teletoon in Canada. New titles are revealed in various publications such as: TV guides, childrens' magazines, anime magazines, promotional posters and videos, official websites and official television programs. Titles and their translations are added to our episode guide and the chart below when the titles are revealed.
Date Title(s)
Feb 25 2018 Flag POKENCHI 123: アキラ100%がお盆を持ってついにポケんちに登場 / ЯeaLがポケモンアニメの新オープニング曲を熱唱!
Akira 100% Finally Visits Pokénchi, Carrying a Tray / ЯeaL Enthusiastically Performs the New Opening Song for the Pokémon Anime!
Mar 01 2018 Flag SM 64: サトシとナゲツケサル!友情のタッチダウン!!
Satoshi and Nagetukesaru! A Touchdown of Friendship!!
Mar 08 2018 Flag SM 65: イリマとイーブイまイリマす!!
Ilima and Eievui Have Ilimade Their Entrance!!
Mar 15 2018 Flag SM 66: スケッチでスマッシュ!激闘ポケピンポン!!
Smashing with Sketch! The Fierce Poké-Ping Pong Match!!
Jul 13 2018 Flag Movie 21: 劇場版ポケットモンスター2018
Pocket Monsters the Movie 2018
Sep 03

VIZ Pokemon DVD Press Release

Posted by Sunain | September 3rd 2008 at 05:07 PM EDT
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VIZ LogoVIZKIDS Imprint Expands With New POKÉMON: DIAMOND and PEARL, POKÉMON: BATTLE FRONTIER and POKÉMON: ALL STARS DVD Releases

San Francisco, CA, September 3, 2008 — VIZ Media, LLC (VIZ Media), one of the entertainment industry's most innovative and comprehensive publishing, animation and licensing companies has announced the forthcoming release of a variety of exciting new Pokémon DVDs that expand the company’s VIZKIDS imprint of animated content aimed specifically at younger audiences. The new Pokémon DVD releases include POKÉMON: DIAMOND and PEARL BOX SETS Vols. 1-2, POKÉMON: BATTLE FRONTIER BOX SETS Vols. 1-2, and POKÉMON: ALL STARS Vols. 11-12.

More than a decade after Pokémon was introduced to North America, the powerhouse property remains extremely popular among children and has generated over $26 billion in worldwide sales to-date. The POKÉMON: DIAMOND and PEARL animated series debuted on Cartoon Network in June 2007 as the most watched show for children in the overall 6-11 demographic. Lending even more momentum to the franchise was the highly anticipated recent release of Nintendo’s Pokémon Diamond and Pokémon Pearl video games, which introduced more than 100 new Pokémon characters. The record-breaking titles sold over 1 million copies in the first 5 days, making them the fastest selling Pokémon games ever.

“With its cute and imaginative characters and positive storyline which emphasizes teamwork, friendship and embracing the spirit of competition, POKÉMON continues to be a kids’ favorite that parents can select with confidence,” says Gonzalo Ferreyra, Vice President Sales & Product Marketing, VIZ Media. “Our new Pokémon titles releasing throughout the Third Quarter expand the VIZKIDS imprint and will delight young viewers with an array of new and exciting Pokémon adventures."

DVD CoverDVD CoverPOKÉMON: BATTLE FRONTIER BOX SET 1 • Rated “A” for All Ages • MSRP: $39.98 US / $49.99 CAN Each • Available Now!
Ash and his friends fight their way across the Battle Frontier – the ultimate Pokémon challenge! Will Ash defeat the Frontier Brains? Will May qualify for the Kanto Grand Festival? Will Team Rocket ever give up stealing Pokémon? Find out in the first half of Pokémon: Battle Frontier!

POKÉMON: BATTLE FRONTIER BOX SET 2 • Rated “A” for All Ages • MSRP: $39.98 US / $49.99 CAN Each • Available September 16, 2008 Ash, Pikachu and their Pokémon friends give their all as they battle their way across the Battle Frontier! Will Ash win the ultimate prize and become a Frontier Brain? May faces challenges of her own when she goes up against her most determined rivals in the Grand Festival. But Ash and May's toughest battle of all may be – against each other?

DVD CoverPOKÉMON: DIAMOND and PEARL BOX SETS Volumes 1-2 • Rated “A” for All Ages • MSRP: $24.98 US / $34.99 CAN Each • Available September 16, 2008
POKÉMON: DIAMOND and PEARL - Also Available As Individual Single DVD Volumes For $14.98 US / $19.99 CAN Each • Available September 16, 2008
Beautiful cities, passionate Gym Leaders, mysterious legends of time and space, cruel villains, and, of course, new Pokémon, all await Ash Ketchum as he explores the Sinnoh region in the ultimate quest to become the greatest Pokémon master. Joining him in this box set is a new character named Dawn who seeks to become a Top Pokémon Coordinator. But standing in her way are tough competitors like Zoey and Jessie of Team Rocket. As for Ash, with his friends and faithful Pikachu at his side and the right Pokémon to train and battle with, he’s confident he’ll make it into the Sinnoh league – if his new rival Paul doesn’t get there first!

DVD CoverDVD CoverPOKÉMON: ALL STARS Volume 11: MEOWTH • Rated “A” for All Ages • MSRP: $9.98 US / $12.99 CAN Each • Available Now!
Due to the popularity of the first 10 volumes of POKéMON: All Stars, 10 additional DVDs will be released to commemorate top Pokémon characters. Volume 11 highlights Meowth and features 3 classic episodes featuring this memorable feline character.

POKÉMON: ALL STARS Volume 12: TREECKO • Rated “A” for All Ages • MSRP: $9.98 US / $12.99 CAN Each • Available Now! The next volume in the POKÉMON: ALL STARS series features the calm, cool forest dwelling Treecko and offers 3 complete episodes highlighting this Pokémon that first appeared during the series’ popular Hoenn adventures.

Article edited on 2008-09-08 12:17:47 by Sunain
Sep 03

Nob Ogasawara, translator of Pokemon games told that his services are no longer needed

Posted by Sunain | September 3rd 2008 at 01:26 PM EDT
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Nintendo has told Nob Ogasawara, the translator of Pokemon games, that his services are no longer needed. Nintendo instead plans to do any translation work internally. Below is the alleged post by Nob Ogasawara.

"So, after nearly a dozen years and nineteen Pokemon games later, I am out. I was told that my services were no longer needed because translation work will be handled internally hereafter. They assured me it's not a quality issue, but because of some bureaucratic thing.

OK, cool, whatever. As a career-long-and-not-about-to-change freelancer, I always expected this day to come, but not for this reason. But such is life.
I'll always be grateful for the incredible opportunity the franchise gave me. I mean, sheesh, as the sole translator on those games, my words went out to tens of millions of people, perhaps even more, since all the Euro translations were based on the localized-by-me English text. Tens of millions? Maybe in the hundreds of millions?

That's mindboggling for an average shmoe of an immigrant kid who grew up in a Canadian suburb. It amazes me how many people its reached and how deep it has penetrated into the sociocultural fabric of... OK, enough of that grad paper horseshit. Still, whenever I see some little kid playing a Pokemon... gently caress, yeah, I still get a surge of pride.

I hope people enjoyed what I did. Or at least didn't find it all that insufferable. As corny as it sounds, I really did pour all my love in to those games. If it helped brighten up some kid's day, then yeah, go me.

It was one gently caress of a great ride while it lasted. Thank you for being there and sharing it with me. Though, being here, I felt like a fraud since y'all's knowledge run far, far deeper than mine. You deserve better than me.
So here's to continued and greater success of the franchise in the decades to come.

I remain a fan of Pokemon.
Nob Ogasawara"

Source: http://forums.somethingawful.com/

Article edited on 2008-09-03 01:27:46 by Sunain
Aug 30

Official Pocket Monsters Diamond and Pearl Website given a Face Lift

Posted by Sunain | August 30th 2008 at 04:51 PM EDT
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DVD CoverThe Official Pocket Monsters Diamond and Pearl Website has been given a face lift. Not much has changed content wise, but the site does have a higher resolution version of the newest promo poster.

The website contains, news, character bios, previews and summaries of the upcoming Diamond and Pearl episodes. The website is in Japanese.

You can view the website at: http://www.tv-tokyo.co.jp/contents/pokemon_dp/index.html

Article edited on 2008-09-08 12:18:39 by Sunain
Aug 28

Pocket Monsters Diamond and Pearl 91

Posted by Sunain | August 28th 2008 at 09:05 PM EDT
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Episode PictureThe final episode of the Pokemon Summer School arc, The Final Contest! Pokémon Triathalon!! (最後の大勝負!ポケモントライアスロン!!), aired on Thursday in Japan.

Satoshi and his friends conclude their final day at the Pokemon Summer School with a Pokémon Triathalon. Each competitor is given random Pokemon to help them get to the finish. Who will win the Pokémon Triathalon?

Pictures from this episode have been added to the episode guide. You can can also comment and discuss this episode. Also be sure to rate this and other episodes in the episode guide.

Article edited on 2008-09-08 12:20:35 by Sunain
Aug 26

Metal Surge and Bombardment Theme Decks Announced

Posted by Sunain | August 26th 2008 at 12:48 PM EDT
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Become a legend in your own time when you play the Pokémon TCG: Diamond & Pearl—Legends Awakened expansion! Powerful Legendary Pokémon like Regigigas and Heatran, more amazing Pokémon LV.X, than ever before, and a host of other game-changing Pokémon will make your battles even more epic. And with new Trainer and Supporter cards, you will awaken the legend within yourself. The legends are rising to the challenge—will you rise with them?

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Metal Surge Theme Deck
Harness the strength of a volcano with the Metal Surge theme deck. Heatran's Smelt Poké-Power will help get it fully loaded, then for each Metal Energy it has, it cranks the damage into overdrive with its Heavy Metal attack. For the final encore, bring out Metagross to call down its devastating Extra Comet Punch attack. Besides doing hefty damage the first time you use it, that power gets doubled on the next! With the Metal Surge theme deck, you'll have the competition surging… to run away!

Bombardment Theme Deck
The Bombardment theme deck will bring out the ruler in you! Regigigas commands from deep inside Snowpoint Temple, and it definitely isn't going down without a fight! Its Recover Mechanism Poké-Power gets rid of all unwanted Special Conditions while its Gigaton Punch attack could do extensive damage to any Pokémon waiting in the wings. Then watch as Gliscor swoops in with its Burning Poison attack and really piles on the damage, leaving your opponent's Pokémon Burned or Poisoned—the choice is up to you! When you play with the Bombardment theme deck, you'll spread the damage far and wide!

Each theme deck contains 1 complete 60-card deck. Many of the cards exist in multiples to provide a more enjoyable playing experience.

Source: http://go-pokemon.com/

Article edited on 2008-09-08 12:23:36 by Sunain
Aug 25

CN to air Pokemon Battle Dimension Marathon on Labor Day

Posted by Sunain | August 25th 2008 at 09:05 AM EDT
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Cartoon Network has announced that they will be airing 20 episodes of Pokemon Battle Dimension. The marathon will begin at 9:00 AM (Eastern). According to the commercial that aired this morning, Pokemon Mystery Dungeon 2 special will air at 7:30 PM and The Rise of Darkrai will air at 8:00 PM.

Below is a list of the episodes that will be airing during the labor day marathon. Click on any of the episode titles to take you to the appropriate episode guide article or hover your mouse over the title to get a popup box.

9:00am - Tears for Fears 9:30am - Once There Were Greenfields
10:00am - Throwing the Track Switch! 10:30am - The Keystone Pops!
11:00am - Bibarel Gnaws Best 11:30am - Nosing 'Round the Mountain!
12:00pm - Luxray Vision! 12:30pm - Journey to the Unown!
1:00pm - Team Shocker! 1:30pm - Tanks For The Memories!
2:00pm - Hot Springing A Leak! 2:30pm - Riding The Winds of Change!
3:00pm - Sleight of Sand! 3:30pm - Lost Leader Strategy!
4:00pm - Crossing the Battle Line! 4:30pm - A Triple Fighting Chance!
5:00pm - Enter Galactic! 5:30pm - Bells are Singing!
6:00pm - Crossing Paths 6:30pm - Pika and Goliath

Article edited on 2008-08-27 10:27:59 by Sunain
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