Pokémon fans in the U.S. can catch the debut of Pokémon the Movie: Genesect and the Legend Awakened, starring the extremely powerful Red Genesect and Mega Mewtwo, followed by a sneak peek of the newest season of the Pokémon animated series, Pokémon the Series: XY. The brand-new season is set in the world introduced in Pokémon X and Pokémon Y and features Pokémon making their animation debut like Chespin, Fennekin, and Froakie.
SnorlaxMonster, may I ask where did you get the Movie 16 English posters?
I do wonder who they'll cast for Genesect. If they get Frank Welker to voice Red, that would be flat out AWESOME!!!
I'm not trying to offend anybody, but why are they still broadcasting the US dubs on Cartoon Network?
I'm not saying this is a bad thing, but Cartoon Network just keeps getting tedious over the years...
I think Pokemon should go team up with another media company to air the dubs (It would be better if it weren't in a cable-exclusive channel).
so no word on whether we get the pk short? :(
The "The Series" part in the cartoon's title is most likely there to help the TV series stand out from the similarly titled video games.
The Myuutwo in this movie does speak, yes. It has a female voice - probably to make the distinction between it and the Myuutwo from the first series as obvious as possible - and its voice actor, Takashima Reiko, has described the Myuutwo in this movie as having a mother-like quality about it.Originally Posted by Morgil
One would think the dub would go with a female voice to mirror what the Japanese version did, but given how vastly different their Keldeo voice was from the original version we don't really know what to expect.
I have a feeling they'll do to it what they did to the Meloetta short last year. If they were going to dub a short that features the animated debut of a Generation VI pokemon and debut it the same week the XY games come out, then I feel like hey would have announced it right along with the main feature.Originally Posted by Snugglefox
Victini event was pretty cool, though, and I hope we get to see something like that again.
Besides, not all Americans have or can afford cable TV, satellite TV, nor Fiber Optic TV (I am one of them since I use Antenna/Over-The-Air)...
I call TimeWarner too exclusive...
Also, respond more quicker!
Last edited by Pikachu4170; 11th September 2013 at 03:29 PM.