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THE Best pokemon anime series to watch

Looking to rank all the Pokémon series from worst to best? Then you have come to the right place. Let us take you on a journey down memory lane today. It might make you feel old, because it’s been more than two decades since the first episode of Pokémon aired on television. Well, everything is digitized and available on the internet.

So, it’s really hard to find nostalgia in experiencing a show on a small television box. There have been several Pokémon series over the years. The show periodically revamped its versions by changing locations and characters. However, what never changed was the original theme of the show. So let’s take a look at some series today

1. Black/White Series

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Initial release date: 18 September 2010
Developers: Game Freak, Creatures
Mode: Multiplayer video game
Genre: Role-playing Video Game

Well, of course, this was my least favorite before I saw all Journeys. Black/white is not necessarily bad. But it doesn’t necessarily have to be good either. My favorite part about this series is the area it’s based on in New York City.

I think it’s such an interesting concept to use in the Pokemon series. But it really gets me how memorable the Black/White series was. The games were fun, but when I think of the anime, I don’t remember any of the characters – even Ash’s new companions. That way you know it’s really just… Meh.

2. Sun And Moon Series

Another beautiful series that enthralled the fans was the 2016 saga. The Sun and Moon chain is set in the Hawaiian Islands. Ash, Pikachu and his mother are traveling to a new place to collect more badges. However, the only drawback of the Sun and Moon series was its experimental animation.

Fans were quite upset with the significant changes in Ash’s character design. If only the makers had remained faithful to the original designs, this series would have attained a higher position. Overall, it had a good and engaging story.

Initial release date: 18 November 2016
Developers: Game Freak
Mode: Multiplayer video game
Genre: Role-playing Video Game

3. Zoho Series

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Initial release date: October 14, 1999
Country of origin Japan
Original network TV Tokyo

Classic Pokémon: The Zoho Journey episodes are available on Pokémon TV. The Zoho Journey| Opening Theme Swing into a whole new Pokémon world with the anime opening theme from Pokémon: The Zoho Journey! Watch Classic Pokémon: The Zoho Journey Adventures on Pokémon TV Ash and Classic Pokémon: Episodes of Zoho’s.

Journey have arrived on Pokémon TV. Read below to learn more: Pokémon: The Zoho Journey Episode Added to Pokémon TV Ash and his friends travel to the Zoho region, where they make new friends and say goodbye to some beloved Pokémon partners.

4. Pokemon X and Y

This creates stars thrown out of the compressed water. These stars can split metal when it spins them and throws them at high speed. Pokemon X and Y were still not out when Masahiro Sakurai decided to include Greninja in Super Smash Bros.

for Wii U. Using a few early drawings, he was able to quickly build a sweeping gait. How cool is the design of the Ninja Frog: You can tell just by looking at it that it’s fast and awesome. It also uses its tongue as a scarf. what do i mean? This is the kind of stuff that makes me love Pokemon.

Initial release date: 12 October 2013
Developers: Game Freak
Mode: Multiplayer video game
Genre: Role-playing Video Game

1 Charmander: The Stray Pokemon.
2 Pikachu’s Goodbye.
3 Here Comes the Squirtle Squad.
4 Enter The Champion!
5 Volcanic Panic.
6 One Journey Ends, Another Begins…
7 Bye Bye Butterfree.
8 Alola, Kanto!

1 Cloudy Fate, Bright Future1.
2 The Cave of Mirrors.
3 To Catch a Pokemon Smuggler.
4 Battling at Full Volume.
5 Dream a Little Dream for Me.

1 Scald.
2 Moonblast.
3 Sky Attack.
4 Poltergeist.
5 Eruption.
6 Outrage.