Pokemon X And Y Anime [FIRST LOOK]: Ash Ketchum Arrives In Kalos!
By Staff Writer | July 21, 2013 01:33 PM EDT
During the latest Pokemon Smash episode, fans got a first look at the Pokemon X and Y anime series set to premiere this October, and Ash Ketchum looks ready to tackle Kalos.
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The episode, naturally, primarily focused on Pokemon X and Y gameplay footage and creating buzz on the 3DS release. But, towards the end, a brief clip of the anime was also shown.
In the footage, we see Ash Ketchum stepping out of an airplane to (presumably) the Kalos region along with Pikachu.
Did anyone else notice the Latias and Latios airplanes? And will this airport be in the Pokemon X and Y games?
We were also introduced to the Kalos starter Pokemon, Froakie, Fennekin, and Chespin.
Which one do you think Ash will add to his collection?
In addition, many viewers of the footage noticed a Pokemon outside the airliner (a white, dog-sized creature) that could be a new Kalos Pokemon.
With a host of leaks coming out as Pokemon X and Y gets closer to its release, perhaps we'll be introduced to this new Pokemon through more clips of the anime.
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