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CoroCoro has long been producing a manga based on Splatoon. Now the magazine is taking things to the next level with its own original anime.

The anime won’t actually air on TV, but it will be published on CoroCoro’s YouTube channel. It will naturally be based on the manga.

CoroCoro will be kicking off the Splatoon anime on August 12.

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The Pokemon anime is continuing, but this time on a new network. It was announced today that Disney XD will begin airing Pokemon the Series: Sun & Moon on May 12.

Here’s the official overview:

“The adventures of Ash and friends continue in the Alola region with the debut of Pokémon the Series: Sun & Moon on Friday, May 12! Our heroes have many exciting new Pokémon to discover and interesting people to learn from along the way. More new faces will help guide Ash’s latest journeys—but frequent foes Team Rocket have also made the trip to Alola, looking to swipe some high-powered new Pokémon. They’ll have competition from the ruffians of Team Skull, who delight in causing chaos and may have more sinister intentions…”

Fans can watch the first two episodes of Pokemon the Series: Sun & Moon on May 12 at 9 PM. The third will air the next morning at 9 AM, the normal viewing time. Disney XD will also be showing a special presentation of Pokemon the Movie: Volcanion and the Mechanical Marvel on Saturday at 5 PM.

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The Ace Attorney anime ran through its full 24-episode season last year. For those with Steam accounts, it’s now available for purchase. The entire season will cost you $8.16, but individual episodes are priced at $0.49.

Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney and Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney – Justice For All were adapted for last year’s anime. A-1 Pictures handled production of the show.

The latest (and final) episode of Pokemon Generations is now live on the official Pokemon YouTube channel. We’ve gone ahead and attached it below.

This marks the end of the Pokemon Generations anime series. To catch up on previous episodes, visit the page here.

The Pokemon Sun & Moon anime has been running for a couple of weeks now, and its reception on the internet has been fairly positive. Alongside the anime’s 8th episode, which aired today, broadcaster TV Tokyo released a short preview video which shows a couple things that will happen over the next weeks and months in the anime. Take a look if you don’t mind spoilers:

The latest episode of Pokemon Generations is now live on the official Pokemon YouTube channel. We’ve gone ahead and attached it below.

Pokemon Generations revisits each generation of the Pokemon games and sheds new light on some timeless moments. New episodes will be available weekly through December 23.

The latest episode of Pokemon Generations is now live on the official Pokemon YouTube channel. We’ve gone ahead and attached it below.

Pokemon Generations revisits each generation of the Pokemon games and sheds new light on some timeless moments. New episodes will be available weekly through December 23.

Most of you are probably familiar with Pokemon Generations – the webseries has been running on Youtube for a while now, and there are only four episodes left. But did you know that Pokemon Generations wasn’t available in Japanese until today? Despite being obviously produced in Japan, the episodes were only uploaded to The Pokemon Company’s various international Youtube channels in a variety of languages, but never to their Japanese channel. That changed today, however, as the first six episodes are now available in Japanese. You can check them out on the Japanese Pokemon Youtube channel here.

The latest episode of Pokemon Generations is now live on the official Pokemon YouTube channel. We’ve gone ahead and attached it below.

Pokemon Generations revisits each generation of the Pokemon games and sheds new light on some timeless moments. New episodes will be available weekly through December 23.

Since last year’s announcement in April, Level-5 has only been showing bits and pieces of The Snack World. The big thing we saw during the reveal was a full-on animated preview with an eight-minute video.

The Snack World’s debuted with Yo-kai Watch the Movie 2 last December. Now Level-5 is readying another animated short that will be shown with the third Yo-kai Watch film on December 12, known as “The Snack World: Hitogirai no Lenny” (The Snack World: Lenny the Misanthrope). It features the character Lenny who has a disliking for people.

Level-5 CEO Akihiro Hino is the chief director, and also wrote the original story concept and script. Motonori Sakakibara is the director while Takuz? Nagano is designing the characters. Rei Kondoh is acting as composer. The cast list includes Megumi Han as main character Chup, Ayana Taketatsu as the misanthropic dragon Lenny, and Fumiko Orikasa as Lenny’s mother Flam.

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