Pocket Monsters (Episode 7) trailer, release date

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Pocket Monsters Episode 7 Preview.

Season: 23
Episode: 7
Release date: December 29, 2019

The new series will feature all of the regions covered in the franchise so far, from the Kanto to the Galar region. The episode of Pokemon Sun & Moon that will air on September 29 will reveal more information about the new show.

The official YouTube channel for the Pokemon franchise announced on Sunday that the franchise is getting a new television anime series titled Pocket Monster. The title is the same title as the original 1997 Pokemon television anime series.

The new series will feature all of the regions covered in the franchise so far, from the Kanto to the Galar region. The episode of Pokemon Sun & Moon that will air on September 29 will reveal more information about the new show.

Pocket Monsters is one of the first Pocket Monsters manga to come out in Japan and ran for 13 volumes. In Singapore it was published by Chuang Yi in English in 2005 and it was retitled Pokémon Pocket Monsters. While the first series is set in Kanto, and then Johto, new series were released based on Hoenn, Sinnoh, Unova, Kalos and Alola. The author is Kosaku Anakubo. On October 11, 2019, it was announced that Pocket Monsters manga will end after 23 years.

The manga follows Red, a young boy competing with a rival, Green, to complete the Illustrated Pokémon Encyclopedia/Pokédex and become the master of Pokémon. In this manga, Pokémon are capable of human speech. It is thought that a Pippi/Clefairy is the main character, although it is just a follower of Red. It is obnoxious but lovable, whose big mouth sometimes gets it into trouble. Surprisingly enough, it comes up with clever ideas to help Red and Pikachu.

In the first few manga books, Red’s team consists of Pikachu and Pippi/Clefairy only. However, later on, Red gains a valuable companion in Tyrogue, as well. Pikachu himself is unable to talk. The story also goes to the Johto region, where Red gets introduced to trainers Gold and Silver, supposedly based on the video game characters. The story then goes to Hoenn in the last volume, where Red thinks of receiving a Achamo/Torchic and abandoning Pippi/Clefairy. It is after this that the story continues under the name of Pokémon Ruby-Sapphire, starting the volume number from 1.

Pokémon, known in Japan as Pocket Monsters, is a Japanese anime television series produced by animation studio OLM for TV Tokyo. It is adapted from the Pokémon video game series published by Nintendo. The series follows the Pokémon trainer and aspiring Pokémon master Ash Ketchum and his adventures with his electric mouse partner Pikachu (voiced by Ikue Ōtani), and a varying group of friends. The division between seasons of Pokémon is based on the English version openings of each episode and may not reflect the actual production season. The English episode numbers are based on their first airing either in syndication, on The WB Television Network, Cartoon Network, or on Disney XD. Subsequent episodes of the English version follow the original Japanese order, except where banned episodes are shown.

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