Pokémon the Movie: The Power of US Full Trailer Streamed

The official Pokémon Youtube channel has updated with a new English dub trailer for Pokémon the Movie: The Power of US. For those who are not aware, the film is 21st film in the franchise. Earlier this July, it was announced that the film will be released in North American theaters presented by Fathom Events on November 24, 26, 28, and December 1.  The film was initially released in Japanese theaters under the name Pokémon the Movie: Everyone’s Story on July 13. For a group of strangers, fortunes can change like the wind! Stop what you’re doing,…

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Pokémon the Movie: The Power of Us Trailer & Fathom Events Announced

Yesterday, the official Pokémon website released the official trailer for Pokémon the Movie: The Power of Us. The film is the 21st film in the franchise, and second film in the reboot series; it is the direct sequel of 2017 film, Pokémon the Movie: I Choose You! In addition, to the official release of the trailer the Pokémon Company announced the film will have a limited theatrical release through Fathom Events. Currently, the screenings are limited to four days: November 24, 26, and 28, as well as December 1. However, more dates and…

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Pokémon the Movie: Everyone’s Story Trailers Streamed

The official Japanese Pokémon Youtube channel has updated with new trailers for Pokémon the Movie: Everyone’s Story. The latest trailers feature a look at the main characters as well as the new Pokémon species, Zeraora. The film’s cast and staff for the film were revealed earlier this June.  The film will focus on Lugia and the new Legendary Pokémon named Zeraora. The film takes place during the annual Wind Festival at Frau City. The city is stated to be blessed by Lugia’s wind. The official website also updated with an official visual for the film. The visual is illustrated by Yoshitoshi Shinomiya. Pokémon…

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Porno Graffiti to Perform Pokémon the Movie: Everyone’s Story’s Theme Song

Recently new information regarding the upcoming 2018 Pokémon film has been revealed. For those who aren’t aware the 2018 film based on the Pokémon franchise is titled , “Pokémon the Movie: Everyone’s Story (Gekijōban Pocket Monster: Minna no Monogatari),” and is the 21st film overall. First, a new promotional video for the film was revealed, which previews the film’s theme song titled, “Breath,” which is performed by the Japanese band, Porno Graffiti.  The film will focus on Lugia and the new Legendary Pokémon named Zeraora. The film takes place during the annual Wind Festival at Frau City. The city is stated to be…

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Pokémon: The Movie 2017 Full Trailer Streamed

The official Japanese Pokémon Youtube channel has updated with the first full trailer for the Pokémon I Choose You film. The trailer first debuted during the Oha Suta live TV talk show that aired recently. The trailer features a large call back to the first episode of the series so it should be interesting to see how the rest of the film will turn out. Source: Pokémon

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Tamashii Nations 2016 – Day 1: S.H.Figuarts & Tamashii Labs

Tamashii Nations is currently holding its Fall Features event showcasing several new items to come from them. Throughout today and this weekend will we featuring an array of posts covering the event, gathering images from all outlets possible. In this first post we will be showing off several of the newer S.H.Figuarts on display at the event, along with two items from Tamashii Labs! S.H. Figuarts Kamen Rider: Shinkochu Seiho Kickhopper & Punchhopper Kamen Rider Heart Roidmude Heard Golden Kamen Rider Mach Chase Kamen Rider Amazon Sigma Takeshi Hongo Kamen…

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Pokémon Youtube Channel Streams Hoopa the Mischief Pokémon Special

Back on the 8th of July, the official Japanese Pokémon YouTube channel began streaming the Prequel Special for the 18th Pokémon Film “Hoopa and the Clash of Ages”, titled Odemashi Ko Majin Hoopa, or Hoopa the Mischief Pokémon. The special was originally distributed on DVD alongside ticket sales for the movie in Japan. The short will only be available on the channel until the 18th of July , though unfortunately there are no English subtitles available. In addition, 6 channels over the TV Tokyo Network will be airing Hoopa and the…

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