Watch Pokemon X And Y Anime Episode 8 With English Sub Now: Black And White Rival Destinies Episodes Uploaded To Nintendo eShop In North America!
By Robert Kuang | November 29, 2013 01:34 PM EST
As the Pokemon X and Y anime continues airing in Japan, fans can now catch episode 7 with English subtitles!
In episode 8 of the Pokemon X and Y anime, Serena informs Ash of a special Star Groomer in the city, where an apprentice is having trouble grooming a Furfrou. And when new groomers offer to groom the group's Pokemon, things take a turn for the worse.
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And now, international fans can not only catch episode 8 on YouTube, but with English subtitles as well!
For the Pokemon X and Y anime, episode 8 is titled "Pokemon Trimmer & Furfrou!!" and aired on November 28 in Japan. Thanks to YouTube uploader MrAvatarHD, we can now view the episode with English subtitles.
Editor's Note: The English sub video has since been taken down, but the Japanese episode is still available.
Watch the episode below:
Meanwhile, the anime for Pokemon Black and White called "Rival Destinies" has been added to the Nintendo eShop in North America.
According to Serebii, 10 episodes of the anime are currently available on the eShop, and 5 episodes will be added on a weekly basis until December 26.
Reportedly, these episodes will be available until January 4, 2014.
Be sure to check out all these Pokemon anime episodes over the holidays!
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