Watch The Last Episode Before Pokemon X And Y Anime Debuts Next Month [FULL EPISODE]: Origins To Premiere As Four-Part Mini-Series In English
By Staff Writer | September 27, 2013 09:37 AM EDT
Pokemon X and Y are just around the corner, and more anime news has arrived as the franchise prepares for the massive launch next month.
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In the anime department, the final episode of the Pokemon Best Wishes season 2 series has aired in Japan, and it sets up Ash's adventure in X and Y perfectly.
"Having parted ways with Iris and Cilan, Ash returns to Pallet Town with Alexa. Initially intending to go to Professor Oak's laboratory to see his Pokémon, Alexa convinces Ash to pay a visit to his mother first," says the episode description by Serebii.
"After some time there, Ash gets restless and heads to Professor Oak's laboratory and starts to reflect on his journey through Unova and the Decolore Islands, and starts to think abotu where to go next. However, as he is doing so, Team Rocket attacks the laboratory. Will Ash and his Pokémon protect the lab?"
To check out this final episode, watch it below:
Meanwhile, more news has arrived regarding "Pokemon: Origins," the 2-hour special set in the Kanto region inspired by Pokemon Red and Blue.
For English Pokemon fans, this anime special will air in English on PokmeonTV on November 15!
The anime special will air as a mini-series divided up into 4 half-hour episodes, and will be available on the PokemonTV website and iOS/Android app.
Check out the English trailer below for "Pokemon: Origins."
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