Pokemon X And Y Anime Episode 9, 10, And 11 Titles Revealed: Watch The First Two Episode Now!
By Staff Writer | October 23, 2013 03:49 PM EDT
Pokemon X and Y have been released for the 3DS, and more news about the anime has surfaced.
The Pokemon X and Y anime episode titles for episode 9, 10, and 11 have been released by TV Guide. They are as follows:
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Pokemon X and Y anime episode 9: "Decisive Battle on Ice! Pikachu VS Vivillon!"
Pokemon X and Y anime episode 10: "Leave it to Serena! Rampaging Rhyhorn Race!"
Pokemon X and Y anime episode 11: "Pokemon Trimmer & Furfrou!"
Episode 9 is expected to air in Japan November 14 and will feature Ash's Gym battle with Viola, according to Serebii. Episode 10 and 11 will air November 21 and November 28, respectively.
Meanwhile, the Pokemon X and Y anime has already begun airing in Japan!
Episode 1 is titled "Kalos, Where Dreams and Adventures Begin!" and aired on October 17 in Japan. And so far, fans seem to love the new direction and animation of the series.
Episode 2 of the Pokemon X and Y anime sees Ash heading to Professor Sycamore's laboratory, where he discovers the professor is investigating a strange looking Garchomp. Team Rocket overhears the conversation and subsequently tries to steal Garchomp for themselves.
Now, international fans can not only catch episode 2 on YouTube, but with English subtitles as well!
To watch episode 1, click here.
To watch episode 2, click here.
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