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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)
Apr 27 2019 Flag SMUL 11: Heart of Fire! Heart of Stone!
A Passionate Heart That Smashes Even Rocks! Lychee and Takeshi!!
Apr 28 2019 Flag SM 119: 超速のクワガノン!マーマネ覚醒!!
Superspeed Kuwagannon! The Awakening of Māmane!!
May 03 2019 Flag Movie: ポケモン名探偵ピカチュウ
Pokémon Detective Pikachu
May 04 2019 Flag SMUL 12: That's Some Spicy Island Research!
Research Projects on Poni Island! Find the Island King!!
May 05 2019 Flag SM 120: スイレン、カイオーガを釣る!?
Suiren Hooks a Kyogre?!
May 11 2019 Flag SMUL 13: Showdown on Poni Island!
Lugarugan Showdown! Satoshi VS Gladio!!
May 12 2019 Flag SM 121: マオ奮闘!森のポケモンカフェ!!
Mao's Valiant Effort! The Forest Pokémon Café!!
May 19 2019 Flag SM 122: 監視します!ロケット団アローラのすがた!!
You're Being Watched! The Rocket Gang's Alola Forms!!
May 26 2019 Flag SM 123: Zワザを極めろ!灼熱のカキ合宿!!
Master the Z-Move! Kaki's Fierce Boot Camp!!
Jun 02 2019 Flag SM 124: 切れ味バツグン!カミツルギ見参!!
Perfect Sharpness! Kamiturugi has Arrived!!
Jul 12 2019 Flag Movie 22: ミュウツーの逆襲 EVOLUTION
Mewtwo Strikes Back Evolution
Dec 05

Confessions of a Pokemon addict

Posted by | December 5th 2007 at 01:17 AM EST
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I think many of the viewers of PocketMonsters.net are in University or College, so this article won't be too surprising to many of you. It's good to see that the mainstream media is now positively explaining that Pokemon isn't just for children. Pokemon celebrated it's 10th anniversary last year and many of us have been following Pokemon since it's started.

The card game isn't just for kids -- grown-ups play it, too -- By Justin Arnold

I've got a secret: I play Pokemon.

It's weird, I know. But I've never been good at basketball or football ... actually anything related to gravity or inertia.

So when artist Mike Krahulik blogged in the Web comic Penny Arcade that he had recently fallen into the rabbit hole with Pokemon Pearl for the Nintendo DS, like a true fan I jumped in too.

Since then I have played in relative secrecy, though with a fanatic's devotion to the intricacies of the game, playing whenever the moment presents itself. Waiting in traffic, on lunch breaks and, of course, while on marathon phone conversations with family. Sorry, Mother.

But it was not until recently did I realize that my secret guilty pleasure was nothing to be secretive or guilt-ridden over. In fact, I found I was in good company.

The Comic Stop in Lynnwood acts as the official headquarters of the Arcadia Battle Academy, a rich den of celebrated geekdom that has given a home to Pokemon players of varying skill, interest and age that include every facet of the game: collectible card game, video game and figurines.

The back room of the Comic Stop is a modest affair and decorated in the proper gamer decor, tables and chairs with game posters adorning the walls and empty Mountain Dew cans littering the floor. While to the casual observer it may appear somewhat messy, I would submit that to a gamer, it is merely well-loved.

Of the 23 people present on an evening earlier this month only five are kids, leaving a good cross-section of 20- and 30-somethings to spar one another with their respective Pokemon game of choice.

Anjanette Colbert, a 24-year-old student from Edmonds Community College, would be my opponent that evening, our weapon of choice the video game version of Pokemon on the handheld Nintendo DS.

Colbert was kind and courteous as were all of the gamers that evening, but little did I know that under the clever disguise of a gentle accounting coed lurked an epic opponent who would give me the thrashing of my virtual life.

"No!" I wailed as my Geodude -- a creature in the Pokemon genre with a rock for a head which I aptly named Rocky -- was knocked out when Colbert's Quilfish used its "waterfall" attack.

Poor Rocky, I hardly knew you.

My second and third Pokemon fared even worse, and before I knew it I was sipping from the bitter brew known as defeat.

Yet Colbert was benevolent in her victory, even giving me some tips on finding and training new Pokemon. Calmly, she told me some good Web sites for newbie Pokemon trainers such as myself, and shared some battle tactics for when I may occasionally want to -- you know -- win.

And that esprit de corp, according to Krahulik, is the point of not only the Arcadia Battle Academy, but Pokemon as well.

"It depends on who you are playing, but at the events I've gone to it's one of the most important things," Krahulik said.

And thus far he is right on, as the members of the Arcadia Battle Academy are more than gracious with their time, advice, even their Pokemon. Franklin Webber, a 30-year-old quality assurance engineer from Seattle, is another Pokemon player who has come to battle his evenings away with other adults, pointing out that the camaraderie is just as important as the game itself.

"Everyone is really cool and comes with the right attitude," Webber said. "The Comic Stop hosts a lot of great events like this, and the staff has been great, plus the facilities have been outstanding."

Webber has also known the gentle ribbing from co-workers who delighted in making fun of his hobby.

"Oh yeah, they would make fun of me," Webber said. "But I would joke about it around the office too, handing out stickers and cards. They thought it was silly."

Despite the jokes and jibes, the game itself is a treat for Webber, no matter what form it may take.

"I started out with the Pokemon video games, and I'm now getting into the card game," Webber said. "Compared to other card games like Magic: The Gathering, it's more casual. I don't really care about winning or losing, it's all about hanging out with the players."

In a sense, these Pokemon players reflect the larger Northwest gamer community, something that over the years has developed into a thriving culture that has delved into every facet of the medium.

So whether visiting the Comic Stop during the day or the Arcadia Battle Academy at night, be aware that it is frequented by the most unlikely heroes you may ever meet.

Just don't expect them to wear tights and a cape.
Source: http://www.wdbj7.com/
Dec 05

Pokemon USA teams up with the State of Virginia to keep kids safe online

Posted by | December 5th 2007 at 01:04 AM EST
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While the details of the partnership haven't been made fully available, we can assume that the State of Virginia will be using Pokemon to help promote web safety.

Virginia teams up with Pokemon USA to keep kids safe online

The Internet can be a dangerous place. That's why parents need to watch out for their kids.

That was a hot topic Tuesday night at the Educational Technology Leadership Conference held at the Hotel Roanoke.

The state of Virginia has teamed up with Pokemon USA. They are providing teachers and parents with useful information on how to keep kids safe online.

The Internet Safety Program will be rolled out throughout the state beginning in January.
Source: http://www.wdbj7.com/
Dec 04

Returning Pokemon in Super Smash Bros Brawl

Posted by | December 4th 2007 at 03:50 PM EST
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In today's 'Daily Weekday Updates' on the official Super Smash Bros Brawl website, they announced the returning Pokemon that will be in the game. Below is a list of those Pokemon.


Suicune                                 Lugia


Entei                                 Staryu


Bellossom                                 Ho-Oh


Wobbuffet                                 Togepi


Snorlax                                 Celebi


Mew
Nov 30

Pokemon Snap coming to Wii Virtual Console in Japan on December 4th

Posted by | November 30th 2007 at 02:53 PM EST
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Pokemon Snap is coming to Wii Virtual Console in Japan on December 4th for 1000 Wii Points. Unlike most Virtual Console games that are emulated images of the original game, Pokemon Snap has some added some newfeatures. In the Wii Virtual Console version of Pokemon Snap, after taking pictures, you can save them onto your Wii Message board and you can also send them to your friends.

Pokemon Snap has also been announced for North America. It will be released a few days after the Japanese launch on December 10th, 2007.Hopefully we will see more Pokemon games on Wii Virtual Console in the near future as well.

Pokemon Snap is a non-traditional Pokemon game for the Nintendo 64 and now for the Nintendo Wii. In Pokemon Snap, the famous Pokemon Researcher, Professor Oak, is researching Pokemon on Pokemon Island, and invites Todd, a talented young photographer, to assist in his research. The only current inhabitants of Pokemon Island are wild Pokemon, making it the perfect place to study Pokemon in their natural habitat. Whereas a trainer may not be able to resist catching the wild Pokemon of the island, Todd's photography skills may equally aid in the Professor's research to complete his Pokemon Report.

Source: http://www.nintendo.co.jp/wii/vc/
Nov 29

Pocket Monsters Diamond and Pearl - 56 & 57

Posted by | November 29th 2007 at 03:16 PM EST
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Mikaruge's Keystone! is the 56th episode of Diamond & Pearl. It aired in Japan on November 29, 2007.

During a training session, Buoysel's SonicBoom accidentally destroys a stone tower. A Mikaruge appears from the debris and begins to attack the group, so they must begin the trial of re-sealing it.



Beadull Knows! is the 57th episode of Diamond & Pearl. It first aired in Japan on November 29th, 2007 as part of a one-hour special alongside DP056.

Before an under-construction stone bridge, Satoshi and his friends meet the Breeder Ishisu, who is having a quarrel with the designer of the bridge. They are having sort of a headache because the "employee"-- Beadull, who is supposed to do the quarrying, now doesn't work. Satoshi and friends offer to help with the quarrying work.




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You can view larger screenshots from this episode by visiting the Imageboard. There you can post your own screenshots and discuss the latest episode.
Nov 27

Pikachu DS Lite Ultimate Bundle

Posted by | November 27th 2007 at 01:36 PM EST
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The Pikachu DS Lite Ultimate Bundle, featuring a limited edition Nintendo DS is eye-catching Pikachu yellow with a Pikachu emblem on the corner has been announced and is now available at Pokemoncenter.com. You won't find this Nintendo DS Lite in stores and the quantites are very limted. It comes bundled with everything a Trainer could possibly need:

Pikachu DS Lite Ultimate Bundle
* Bundle includes Limited edition Pikachu Nintendo DS Lite, Pokemon Diamond and Pokemon Pearl game cartridges, a scenario guide for the games, and a Pokedex
* Limited quantities available
* Great gift!
* LIMIT 2 PER CUSTOMER
* Price: $345.95 USD

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