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Upcoming Episodes

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)
May 09 2021 Flag POKENCHI 287: ポケモンワールドチャンピオンシップス世界12位と日本29位の神童ポケだち2人にあばれる君・大谷凜香が挑戦!
Abareru-kun and Rinka Otani Take On Two Prodigy Pokénds That Placed 12th in the Pokémon World Championships and 29th in the Japanese Nationals!
May 14 2021 Flag PM2019 66: フラベベの白い花
Flabebe's White Flower
May 21 2021 Flag PM2019 67: 容疑者ピカチュウ?!
Pikachu the Suspect?!
May 28 2021 Flag PM2019 68: ゴウにライバル!? ミュウへの道!!
Rivals for Go?! The Road to Mew!!
Jun 04 2021 Flag PM2019 69: はじめてのおつかい見守りたいっ!
I'd Like To Keep An Eye On Their First Errand!
Feb 25

Mew being Distributed in Seoul, Korea

Posted by Sunain | February 25th 2009 at 01:31 PM EST
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picThe official Nintendo of Korea website and the official Korean Pokemon website have announced that Mew will be distributed on March 21st to March 22nd 2009 from 10 AM to 5 PM in Seoul, Korea. Like all distribution events, you will need to take your DS Lite along with a Korean copy of Pokémon Diamond or Pearl.

Sources: Nintendo.co.kr and http://pokemonkorea.co.kr/

Article edited on2009-02-25 01:37:25 bySunain
Feb 24

IGN Interviews Game Freak director Junichi Masuda and game designer Takeshi Kawachimaru

Posted by Sunain | February 24th 2009 at 04:12 PM EST
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photoIn anticipation of Pokemon Platinum, Nintendo gave IGN a rare opportunity to interview Game Freak director Junichi Masuda and game designer Takeshi Kawachimaru.

Mr. Masuda has been with Pokemon since Day One on the original Game Boy providing much of the audio. He directed the original DS games Diamond and Pearl, and composed much of the music in the design. Mr. Kawachimaru has been designing Pokemon since Pokemon Ruby and Sapphire, and in Pokemon Platinum he served as the game's director.

You can read the full interview at IGN's website: http://ds.ign.com/articles/956/956279p1.html
Feb 21

Pokemon Sunday 227

Posted by Sunain | February 21st 2009 at 09:55 PM EST
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Episode PictureThe latest episode of Pokémon Sunday, Diamond & Pearl Returns 'Showdown! Satoshi VS Pikachu!?' / 'Pokemon Sunday Takes a Trip to Snow Country!' / Pokémon Game Arena 'Group Member Akiyama's Surf goes Swimmingly!?' (ダイヤモンド&パールリターンズ「対決!サトシ対ピカチュウ!?」「ポケモンサンデーが雪国に出張!」ポケモンゲームアリーナ「秋山隊員、なみのり絶好調!?」), aired on Sunday in Japan.

This weeks Pokémon Revival episode is 対決!サトシ対ピカチュウ!? (Showdown! Satoshi VS Pikachu!?) which is the twenty-fourth episode of Diamond & Pearl. With the Floaroma Pokémon contest coming up, Satoshi is giving Hikari the chance to battle his Pokémon.

In this weeks episode, the crew heads to snow country, specifically Niigata Prefecture - Tokamachi City (新潟県 十日町市) where they meet up with a local group of students. The hosts split up into two teams, Baba and Lucario on one team and Yamamoto and Akiyama on the other team. The first event they participate with the kids is a snowball fight with Pokemon as targets. Baba and Lucario's team managed to knock out all the targets in 1 minute 6 seconds, beating Yamamoto and Akiyama's team by 2 seconds.

Later on in the show, Lucario challenges Yamamoto, Akiyama and Baba to slide down the hill and try to move a giant snowball just like in the Kissaki Gym.

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 on2009-02-22 09:59:51 bySunain
Feb 20

Pokemon Video Game World Championships

Posted by Sunain | February 20th 2009 at 11:02 PM EST
Comments: 4
logoThe Pokémon Platinum Version video game is coming to Nintendo DS on March 22nd and this spring Pokémon Trainers around the globe will battle for a chance to win it all at the 2009 Pokémon Video Game World Championships!

For Pokémon Trainers, it could not possibly get more exciting than this. Pokémon Video Game Regional Tournaments will be held this spring throughout the United States and Europe and the competition is guaranteed to be intense. Trainers tough enough to quality will earn an invitation and travel award to participate in the Pokémon Video Game National Championships held in St. Louis, Missouri on June 27th and 28th.

Pokémon Trainers who have the skill to quality at the National level will earn an invitation and travel award to the ultimate stage -- at the Pokémon Video Game World Championships! This prestigious event will take place in San Diego, California on August 14th and 15th.

Detailed rules will be announced in the coming weeks, but for now we can reveal the Pokémon Trainers will compete using the 2-on-2 Double Cup format, with no Pokémon allowed to exceed level 50. Stay tuned for more information about which Pokémon will be restricted.

The competition will take place exclusively using Pokémon Platinum Version, so be sure to pick up the game when it is released on March 22nd. With new adventures, never-before-seen Formes of powerful Pokémon and expanded online options, Pokémon Platinum Version has plenty of new surprises for Pokémon fans.

The Pokémon Video Game World Championships will showcase the world's best Pokémon Trainers and their prized Pokémon. When the competition begins, will you be prepared for battle? To participate in the Pokémon Video Game Championships, you'll need to bring your own copy of Pokémon Platinum Version.

Source: http://www.Pokémon.com/#news_/XML/news_354.xml

Article edited on2009-02-21 03:24:11 bySunain
Feb 19

Pocket Monsters Diamond and Pearl 115

Posted by Sunain | February 19th 2009 at 05:40 PM EST
Comments: 0
Episode PictureThe latest episode of Pocket Monsters Diamond & Pearl 115 - Wild Junsa and her Buddy Perap! (ワイルドジュンサーと相棒ペラップ!), aired on Thursday in Japan.

Having won her Contest ribbon at the Akebi Town Pokemon Contest, Hikari reviews her current ribbons. Suddenly, Rocket Gang appears and attempts to capture Pikachu. Junsa manages to come out of no where and rescue Pikachu who was falling to the ground. Will Junsa be able to stop Rocket Gang?

Characters and Pictures from this episode have been added to the episode guide as well some of the music tracks. You can also comment and discuss this episode. Also be sure to rate this and other episodes in the episode guide.

Article edited on2009-02-19 05:41:02 bySunain
Feb 19

Pokemon: Giratina and the Sky Warrior DVD Press Release

Posted by Sunain | February 19th 2009 at 11:18 AM EST
Comments: 2
coverPokemon(R) Comes to DVD in an all-new Feature-Length Movie Pokemon: Giratina and the Sky Warrior March 31, 2009 From Universal Studios Home Entertainment

LOS ANGELES, Feb. 18 /PRNewswire/ -- Today, Universal Studios Home Entertainment and Pokemon USA, Inc., announce they are collaborating on the all new Pokemon adventure, Pokemon: Giratina and the Sky Warrior, which will make its North American DVD premiere March 31, 2009. The DVD is priced at $19.98 MSRP. Preorder close is February 17, 2009.

Pokemon: Giratina and the Sky Warrior features the powerful Pokemon Giratina and its epic struggle with another legendary foe, Dialga. Ash and his companions, characters beloved to Pokemon fans the world over, become entangled in a dimension-spanning conflict when they befriend the feisty and sharp-witted Pokemon named Shaymin and stumble upon Giratina's mysterious Reverse World. In the course of the heroes' thrilling adventure, they meet a helpful researcher as they all try to battle a dangerous villain who wishes to control Giratina and rule the Reverse World.

"This agreement pairs the phenomenal appeal of one of the biggest children's franchises with Universal's proven marketing and distribution prowess in the highly competitive family home entertainment arena," said Glenn Ross, Executive Vice President and General Manager, Universal Studios Home Entertainment Family Productions.

Colin Palmer, Vice President, New York Operations for Pokemon USA, Inc. added, "This is an amazing year for the Pokemon franchise. We're excited to partner with Universal for the release of Pokemon: Giratina and the Sky Warrior, a spectacular animated offering for fans who crave further immersion into the Pokemon universe."

Since its introduction in 1996, Pokemon has become one of the most popular children's properties in the world. Pokemon video games have collectively sold more than 186 million units worldwide through September 2008, while the Pokemon Trading Card game ranks as the #1 collectible trading card game of all-time. The Pokemon television series is now in its 11th season on Cartoon Network, with the 12th season scheduled to debut spring 2009. The first 10 feature films have sold more than four million units to-date and taken in nearly $200 million through theatrical and home entertainment releases.

Deep in the heart of a mysterious forest, a Pokemon named Shaymin stumbles into the midst of a battle between two powerful Pokemon, Dialga and Giratina. While it watches, Shaymin is thrust into a mysterious realm known as Reverse World, which is an alternate world that is somehow related to the real world. Their subsequent adventures bring them back and forth between the two worlds they inhabit.

Source: http://sev.prnewswire.com/entertainment/20090218/LA7257918022009-1.html

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