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Japan Episode Director 冨安大貴 (Daiki Tomiyasu)
Japan Animation Director 山崎玲愛 (Rei Yamazaki)
Japan Assistant Animation Director 吉野真一 (Shinichi Yoshino)
Japan Assistant Animation Director 宮田忠明 (Tadaaki Miyata)
Japan Assistant Episode Director 岡昭彦 (Akihiko Oka)
United States Casting Director Mami Okada
Summary
The eight-episode series will take fans on a journey through all the known regions of the Pokémon world explored in the popular core video game franchise since it launched 25 years ago. Throughout 2021, The Pokémon Company International has invited fans on a retrospective journey of these regions and the Pokémon originally discovered in them. Like the retrospective, the series will begin in the Galar region, most recently explored in the latest video games Pokémon Sword and Pokémon Shield, and culminate in the Kanto region, originally explored by players in the first games from the franchise, Pokémon Red and Pokémon Green in 1996. Each episode will focus on a story from a different region in reverse chronological order from which they were first explored in the games: Galar, Alola, Kalos, Unova, Sinnoh, Hoenn, Johto, and Kanto. Familiar tales from Pokémon lore will be told from a fresh perspective in every episode.

“‘Pokémon Evolutions’ is both an exciting new collection of animation for the brand and a thank-you to the millions of fans around the world who have joined us on this journey over the past 25 years,” said Colin Palmer, vice president of marketing for The Pokémon Company International. “Each region has been a touchstone for new generations of Pokémon Trainers as the brand has grown, and we wanted ‘Pokémon Evolutions’ to pay homage to that legacy while also being innovative and contemporary. It’s a new adventure and familiar all at once. And, with the last episode set in Kanto, ‘Pokémon Evolutions’ is a meaningful way to end our anniversary celebrations in the place where it all began for Pokémon 25 years ago.”

Characters

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  • United States Nurse Joy
  • Japan ジョーイ
  • Japan Joy
  • Japan Joy
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  • United States Leon
  • Japan ダンデ
  • Japan Dande
  • Japan Dande
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  • United States Leon's Charizard
  • Japan ダンデのリザードン
  • Japan Dande no Lizardon
  • Japan Dande's Lizardon
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  • United States Drone Rotom
  • Japan ドローンロトム
  • Japan Drone Rotom
  • Japan Drone Rotom
Hop
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  • United States Hop
  • Japan ホップ
  • Japan Hop
  • Japan Hop
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  • United States Bede
  • Japan ビート
  • Japan Beet
  • Japan Beet
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  • United States Marnie
  • Japan マリィ
  • Japan Marie
  • Japan Marie
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  • United States Marnie's Morpeko
  • Japan マリィのモルペコ
  • Japan Marie no Morpeko
  • Japan Marie's Morpeko
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  • United States Victor
  • Japan マサル
  • Japan Masaru
  • Japan Masaru
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  • United States Ball Guy
  • Japan ボールガイ
  • Japan Ball Guy
  • Japan Ball Guy
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  • United States Nessa
  • Japan ルリナ
  • Japan Rurina
  • Japan Rurina
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  • United States Hop's Cinderace
  • Japan ホップのエースバーン
  • Japan Hop no Aceburn
  • Japan Hop's Aceburn
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  • United States Victor's Eternatus
  • Japan マサルのムゲンダイナ
  • Japan Masaru no Mugendina
  • Japan Masaru's Mugendina
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  • United States Victor's Inteleon
  • Japan マサルのインテレオン
  • Japan Masaru no Inteleon
  • Japan Masaru's Inteleon
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  • United States Leon's Aegislash
  • Japan ダンデのギルガルド
  • Japan Dande no Gillgard
  • Japan Dande's Gillgard
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  • United States Hop's Dubwool
  • Japan ホップのバイウールー
  • Japan Hop no Baiwooluu
  • Japan Hop's Baiwooluu

Wild Pokémon

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  • United States Pikachu
  • Japan ピカチュウ
  • Japan Pikachu
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  • United States Vulpix
  • Japan ロコン
  • Japan Rokon
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  • United States Wooper
  • Japan ウパー
  • Japan Upah
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  • United States Seedot
  • Japan タネボー
  • Japan Taneboh
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  • United States Joltik
  • Japan バチュル
  • Japan Bachuru
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  • United States Axew
  • Japan キバゴ
  • Japan Kibago
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  • United States Bunnelby
  • Japan ホルビー
  • Japan Horubee
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  • United States Pancham
  • Japan ヤンチャム
  • Japan Yancham
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  • United States Helioptile
  • Japan エリキテル
  • Japan Erikiteru
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  • United States Goomy
  • Japan ヌメラ
  • Japan Numera
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  • United States Phantump
  • Japan ボクレー
  • Japan Bokurei
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  • United States Noibat
  • Japan オンバット
  • Japan Onbat
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  • United States Grubbin
  • Japan アゴジムシ
  • Japan Agojimushi
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  • United States Ribombee
  • Japan アブリボン
  • Japan Aburibbon
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  • United States Golisopod
  • Japan グソクムシャ
  • Japan Gusokumusha
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  • United States Jangmo-o
  • Japan ジャラコ
  • Japan Jyarako
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  • United States Grookey
  • Japan サルノリ
  • Japan Sarunori
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  • United States Rillaboom
  • Japan ゴリランダー
  • Japan Gorirander
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  • United States Scorbunny
  • Japan ヒバニー
  • Japan Hibanny
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  • United States Sobble
  • Japan メッソン
  • Japan Messon
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  • United States Skwovet
  • Japan ホシガリス
  • Japan Hoshigarisu
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  • United States Greedent
  • Japan ヨクバリス
  • Japan Yokubarisu
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  • United States Rookidee
  • Japan ココガラ
  • Japan Kokogara
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  • United States Corviknight
  • Japan アーマーガア
  • Japan Armorga
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  • United States Orbeetle
  • Japan イオルブ
  • Japan Eolb
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  • United States Nickit
  • Japan クスネ
  • Japan Kusune
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  • United States Gossifleur
  • Japan ヒメンカ
  • Japan Himenka
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  • United States Toxel
  • Japan エレズン
  • Japan Eleson
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  • United States Toxtricity
  • Japan ストリンダー
  • Japan Strinder
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  • United States Polteageist
  • Japan ポットデス
  • Japan Potdeath
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  • United States Impidimp
  • Japan ベロバー
  • Japan Beroba
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  • United States Perrserker
  • Japan ニャイキング
  • Japan Nyaiking
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  • United States Snom
  • Japan ユキハミ
  • Japan Yukihami
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  • United States Indeedee
  • Japan イエッサン
  • Japan Yessan
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  • United States Cufant
  • Japan ゾウドウ
  • Japan Zoudou
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  • United States Dreepy
  • Japan ドラメシヤ
  • Japan Dorameshiya
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  • United States Zacian
  • Japan ザシアン
  • Japan Zacian
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  • United States Zamazenta
  • Japan ザマゼンタ
  • Japan Zamazenta
00:03

Script Error

The German dub has the Rookidee (Meikro) say Fletchling (Dartiri) as they fly by at the beginning of the episode.
07:28

Production Art

Concept Artist Otumami posted a tweet on September 9th, 2021 indicating they had worked on the Pokémon Evolutions series and posted a picture of Dande. The official Kato OLM Twitter account retweeted their post and thanked them for their hard work.

I was in charge of Concept Art of Pokémon Evolutions!
Some of it can be seen in the trailer that was released the other day!
I am very happy to be involved in my favorite Pokemon anime, thank you very much!

「Pokémon Evolutions」にてConcept Artを担当させていただきました!
一部は先日公開されたトレーラー内で見られます
大好きなポケモンのアニメに関わることが出来てとても幸せです、よろしくお願いいたします

Japanese Music:

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Music Statistics:

Number of Assigned Tracks to the Japanese Original: 0
Number of Assigned Tracks to the English Dub: 0
02 Sep 2021 05:29 AM
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