List Of Pokmon Main Series Video Games
Pokémon, also known as Pokémon the Series to Western audiences since the year 2013, is an anime television series based on the . It was originally broadcast on in 1997. More than 1,000 episodes of the anime has been produced and aired, divided into 7 series in Japan and 22 seasons internationally. It is one of the longest currently running anime series.
The anime follows the quest of the main character, , a Pokémon Master in training, as he and a small group of friends travel around the world of Pokémon along with their Pokémon partners.
Various children’s books, collectively known as , are also based on the anime.
An eight part anime series called aired on YouTube in 2020. The series was animated by .
In July 2021, it was announced that a live action Pokemon series is in early development at Netflix with attached to write and executive produce.
An eight part anime series in celebration of the Pokemon 25th anniversary called will air on YouTube in 2021.
Morality And Religious Beliefs
Pokémon has been criticized by some over perceived and themes and the concept of “Pokémon evolution”, which they feel goes against the Biblical creation account in Genesis., a satellite television station based in , has countered that the Pokémon Trading Card Game and video games are “full of inventive imagination” and have no “harmful moral side effects”. In the United Kingdom, the “Christian Power Cards” game was introduced in 1999 by David Tate who stated, “Some people aren’t happy with Pokémon and want an alternative, others just want Christian games.” The game was similar to the Pokémon Trading Card Game but used Biblical figures.
In 1999, Nintendo stopped manufacturing the Japanese version of the “Koga’s Ninja Trick” trading card because it depicted a , a traditionally symbol with no negative connotations. The civil rights group complained because the symbol is the reverse of a , a symbol. The cards were intended for sale in Japan only, but the popularity of Pokémon led to import into the United States with approval from Nintendo. The Anti-Defamation League understood that the portrayed symbol was not intended to offend and acknowledged the sensitivity that Nintendo showed by removing the product.
In 1999, two nine-year-old boys from , New York, sued Nintendo because they claimed the Pokémon Trading Card Game caused their .
Pokémon has also been accused of promoting .
Pokmon Ranger And The Temple Of The Sea
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Pokémon Ranger and the Temple of the Sea, is a 2006 Japanese animated fantasy film, the ninth in the Pokémon film series, and the fourth and last to be set in the Advanced Generation series. Directed by Kunihiko Yuyama and written by Hideki Sonoda, the story follows the Pokémon trainer Ash Ketchum, his Pikachu , and his friends May, Max and Brock as they help a Pokémon Ranger named Jack Walker deliver the Mythical Pokémon Manaphy to an undersea palace called Samiya while evading mercenaries led by Phantom the Pirate.
It was released on July 16, 2006 in Japan, and aired on Cartoon Network in North America on March 23, 2007. It is also the first Pokémon movie to be not be dubbed in English by 4Kids Entertainment, but instead by The Pokemon Company International‘s own in-house dub at TAJ Productions. The events of the film take place during the ninth season of Pokémon.
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