The Pokémon world has a new special animation series on the horizon: Pokémon Evolutions. It is limited anime will take us to many generations of the entire saga already known from the September 9, a display of memories, adventures and different situations with a more mature and detailed animation style than we are used to in the regular series. Let’s know all the details; you have the Official trailer in Spanish at the beginning of this news.
Pokémon Evolutions launches free on September 9
As explained by The Pokémon Company, Pokémon Evolutions will premiere its first episode this September 9, 2021 completely free of charge and dubbed into several languages - including Spanish – from the app TV Pokémon (available on PC, iOS, Android and Nintendo Switch) and on the official Pokémon channel on YouTube. With a total of 8 episodes, Pokémon Evolutions seeks to serve as a tribute to the 25 years of the saga; since 2021 marks the 20th anniversary of the license.
The figure is not accidental, however, since there are eight canonical generations existing to date. “Each episode will be directed to celebrate a region. Each episode features well-known characters and Pokémon along with a common thread of a Pikachu that guides viewers on their journey through the regions. ” This is the calendar of publication dates for each chapter:
Official date of all episodes of Pokémon Evolutions
- September 9, 2021: “The Champion” (Galar)
- September 23, 2021: “The eclipse” (Alola)
- October 7, 2021: “The Visionary” (Kalos)
- October 21, 2021: “The Plan” (Unova)
- December 2, 2021: “The Rival” (Sinnoh)
- December 9, 2021: “The Wish” (Hoenn)
- December 16, 2021: “The Show” (Johto)
- December 23, 2021: “The Discovery” (Kanto)
Reminiscence of Pokémon Generations, the other great celebration in the form of a miniseries
The first thing that has caught the attention of Pokémon Evolutions is its approach, animation style and tone, very similar to the special episode miniseries Pokémon Generations, one of the most beloved of the saga, on the occasion of the 20th anniversary of Pokémon back in 2016. In total we had 18 episodes, covering the then six official generations of the saga (from Kanto to Kalos) along the way. You can see in this link the complete and original playlist with all the episodes of Pokémon Generations.
Source | Pokémon