Sorry Folks, Pokemon’s New Anime Just Got a Lot Harder to Watch episode


Pokemon has surfaced the newest iteration of its anime franchise, and it’s been a massive hit with all the fans who’ve managed to check it out. But unlike other anime releases that are brand new, fans out Japan aren’t usually able to watch the series until it has licensed for an official language release months after its initial introduction.

This premiere was somewhat different, but as the official YouTube station officially released the very first episode mails and fans from around managed to take a look — and even promised to share more weekly.


Unfortunately, this was a limited time arrangement since now the very first episode of the new series. Presumably, future events are currently region-locked to Japan.

Meaning that now it’s likely to be a long wait of Japan is going to have the ability to see the new series.
Seeing that first episode was certainly a surprise while fans outside of Japan did not expect the show to be accessible for viewing for quite long. Before being region-locked, getting more than two million views, it certainly shows that fans are at watching the new episodes whenever 27, interested.

But it is on quite a delay as the series is published today, along with the incident was region. The Sun and Moon iteration of the show is still far from over in the English language launch. Therefore it’s going to become a long wait before the new series makes its official introduction. When it makes its language introduction, but on the flip side, there’ll be some episodes.

It does beg the question of whether or not the anime releases may be hauled up given all of the faster anime streaming licensors and solutions at the market. Pokemon: The Series is presently airing new episodes each week in Japan, but sadly is still not formally licensed for an English language release as of this writing.

Staff verified for the new series include Daiki Tomiyasu serving as chief director for OLM, Maki Odaira as string director, Kunihiko Yuyama as an imaginative supervisor, Shoji Yonemura overseeing series construction, Shuhei Yasuda serving as character designer, Masafumi Mima as sound director, Yuki Hayashi as string composer.

Voice cast members to comprise Yuichi Nakamura as Professor Sakuragi Daiki Yamashita as Go, Kana Hanazawa as Koharu, Megumi Hayashibara as Jessie, Shinichiro Miki as James, and Inuko Inuyama as Meowth.