Watch Pokemon X And Y Anime Episode 3 With English Sub Now: 'Keromatsu VS. Yayakoma! The Aerial Battle!'
By Staff Writer | October 25, 2013 09:38 AM EDT
Pokemon X and Y have been released for the 3DS, and the anime series is joining the celebration of Generation VI with the episode 3 airing in Japan!
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Episode 3 of the Pokemon X and Y anime sees Ash registering for the Kalos Pokemon League and setting off on his journey to the first gym. Along the way, he encounters a Dedenne who wants some fruit, but before Ash can offer it some, a Fletchling steals the fruit and flies away. Will Ash be able to stop it?
And now, international fans can not only catch episode 3 on YouTube, but with English subtitles as well!
For the Pokemon X and Y anime, episode 3 is titled "Keromatsu Vs. Yayakoma! The Aerial Battle" and aired on October 24 in Japan. Thanks to YouTube uploader rajatpis, we can now view the episode with English subtitles.
"You are by far, the best uploader I have encountered," writes demhouser on YouTube.
What do you think of this Pokemon X and Y anime episode?
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