Watch Pokemon X And Y Anime Episode 9 Now: Movie 17 Details To Be Unveiled On Variety Show!
By Robert Kuang | December 06, 2013 10:18 AM EST
As the Pokemon X and Y anime continues airing in Japan, fans can now catch episode 9 online!
In episode 9, Ash and co. bump into Clemont and Bonnie's father, who reveals to Ash that Clemont is in fact the Lumiose City Gym Leader. But, a machine created by Clemont called the Citroid has taken over the Gym! In order to infiltrate and reclaim his Gym, Clemont must do battle with his own creation!
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Right now, international fans can catch Pokemon X and Y anime episode 9, titled "Capture Lumiose Gym! Citroid's Secret!!" online.
While it aired in Japan on December 5, YouTube uploader Anime Episodes! has uploaded the episode in two parts, and you can check them out below:
In addition to the latest Pokemon anime episode, Serebii reports that information on the next Pokemon movie (Movie 17, as it is affectionately known) will soon be revealed!
Reportedly, the Japanese variety show "Pokemon Get☆TV" will bring the latest news on Movie 17 on their December 15 episode. This will be the first movie based on Pokemon X and Y!
The previous movie, "Pokemon the Movie: Genesect and the Legend Awakend," premiered in Japan in July, and featured the first Mega Evolution seen around the world, Mega Mewtwo Y.
Are you excited for Pokemon Movie 17 and the X and Y anime?
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