Japanese Pokemon X And Y Anime Episodes Special Preview As English Release Draws Closer
By Robert Kuang | December 21, 2013 12:09 PM EST
As the Pokemon X and Y anime takes a hiatus in Japan, a new preview has been released just as the North America prepares for its English release.
In Japan, 11 episodes of the Pokemon X and Y anime have been released, and future episodes will return on January 9, 2014.
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And now, fans can catch a special preview of the future episodes with the trailer below:
Although this is a long ways off for English fans, it is a nice glimpse into the future of the Pokemon X and Y anime.
But don't worry, if you're craving the English dub release of the anime, the first two episodes of Pokemon X and Y are available online already.
Reportedly, the Pokemon X and Y anime will debut in English on January 18 on the Cartoon Network. In addition, the special episode "Mewtwo: Prologue to Awakening" will also air on January 11.
So far, fan reception of the Pokemon X and Y anime has been very positive!
"This episode was wonderful and enjoyable, I think I haven't feel so entertained by a Pokémon episode in like 3 years, I was watching the whole time," writes RickHoenn on Serebii.
"The introduction to the XY series was great. My favorite part in the episode was the battle between Ash and Clemont," adds Morning Sun.
"The animation was really well done and I hope it stays this way for the duration of the series."
Be sure to check back for English dub episodes of the Pokemon X and Y anime in January!
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