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Pokémon: Season 14 - Black & White: Collection 2

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Audio Tracks: English
Publisher: Magna Home Entertainment
Catalog #: DBX13914
Release Date: 2012-06-06
Aspect Ratio: 16:9
Region Code: 4
Video Format: PAL
Storage Medium: DVD9
Closed captions? No
Rental Only?: No
Average Rating
Description For Ash Ketchum and his friends Iris and Cilan, the Unova region is a big place—but not big enough for these three Pokémon Trainers and all their new rivals! Ash thought he had his hands full with his rival Trip, but Georgia the Dragon Buster wants to beat Iris, and Burgundy, a junior Connoisseur with a grudge, considers Cilan her number one target. From Pokémon Gyms to tournaments, there’s never a dull moment as our heroes take on their challengers and tackle new adventures, whether it’s a missing Pokémon mystery or a runaway ghost train!

This collection covers the second half of the Pokémon Black & White series, featuring episodes 25-48 over three discs. All three discs are housed in one slim case the same as a single DVD, which is great for those collecting the entire series as it saves on shelf space and files nicely alongside other DVDs (unlike the old “super wallet” releases which were harder to store with other DVDs due to their unusual size and shape).

Despite eight episodes being packed onto each disc, the video quality is good with no noticeable compression issues. The episodes retain their 16:9 aspect ratio, so they are well-suited to modern TVs and monitors. But the best part about the quality is that it is consistent across both still scenes and action sequences. Some older releases (particularly the Orange Islands arc) suffered a big loss of quality in fast-paced scenes such as pokémon battles, but these new discs maintain a crisp look throughout, making them much more enjoyable to watch.

The DVD menu is simple and easy to navigate. The episode selection screen is quite nicely done, with small clips from each episode playing simultaneously to make them easy to identify. However, this screen is also strangely silent, with no background music. Of course that’s not a huge problem since you’ll want to be getting to the episodes rather than spending too much time on the menu, but some music still would have been a nice inclusion.

In terms of the content, this section of the series is unfortunately lacking in gym battles, but there are still some great episodes included, with more than half of them receiving an impressive rating of 8-10 by PocketMonsters.Net’s users in our Episode Guide. Some of the important events covered in the episodes include the captures of Palpitoad, Stunfisk and Roggenrola, Excadrill learning to trust Iris, the battle tournament in Nimbasa Town, and Meowth’s stint of joining Ash and friends. Also of note is that the “Who’s that Pokémon?” eyecatches are included, which for some reason were removed from some of the previous Australian DVD collections. Although this is only a minor feature, it’s still a nice improvement over older releases.




Enter Fishing Sommelier Dent!

A Fishing Connoisseur in a Fishy Competition!

Emonga VS Tsutarja! The Great Volt Switch Mayhem!!


Emolga and the New Volt Switch!

The Scaaary Stories of Hitomoshi Mansion!


Scare at the Litwick Mansion!

The Road to Dragon Master! Kibago VS Crimgan!!


Dragon Master's Path!

The Lost Scallsword! Mijumaru's Worst Crisis!!

Oshawott's Lost Scalchop


Cottonee in Love

The Lovestruck Monmen Rides the Wind!


Ligray and the Unidentified Flying Object!

A UFO for Elgyem


Ash and Trip's Third Battle


Rival Battle! Vanipeti and Dokkorer Participate!!

Gamagaru and Muggyo! Battle at the Waterfront!!


Facing Fear With Eyes Wide Open!


Enter the Dragon Buster! Iris and Doryuzu!!

Iris and Excadrill Against the Dragon Buster!

Gotta Catch A Roggenrola!

Dangoro! Fire the Flash Cannon!!



Dent the Sommelier Detective! The Case of the Missing Tabunne!!

Where Did You Go, Audino?

Fossil Revived! Ancient Mysterious Bird Archeos!!

Archeops In The Modern World!


Movie Time! Zorua in 'The Legend of the Pokémon Knight'!


Zorua the Movie! Legend of the Pokémon Knight!!

Reunion Battles In Nimbasa!


Everyone Gather! The Don Battles!!

熱闘ドンバトル! ツタージャVSコマタナ!!

The Fierce Don Battles! Tsutarja VS Komatana!!

Cilan Versus Trip, Ash Versus Georgia!!

The Heated Don Battles! Emonga VS Dageki!!

The Club Battle Hearts of Fury, Emolga Versus Sawk!



The Decisive Don Battle! Satoshi VS Iris!!

The Club Battle Finale: A Heroes Outcome!

Meowth's Scrafty Tactics!


Nyagotiator Nyarth! Operation: Persuade Zuruzukin!!

Beware of Choroneko! Nyarth and Mijumaru!!


Purrloin: Sweet or Sneaky?

Ohbem, Doublan and the Dream Thief!


Beheeyem, Duosion and the Dream Thief


Beartic Mountain Feud

Nyagotiator Nyarth! Break Through the Tunbear Forest!!

A Mad Run!! The Battle Subway!! (Part One)

Crisis From The Underground Up!

激走!! バトルサブウェイ!! (前編)

激走!! バトルサブウェイ!! (後編)

Battle For The Underground!

A Mad Run!! The Battle Subway!! (Part Two)


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