Pikachu, Ash, and the entire series have been a part of our lives since we were kids. When I heard the news that Netflix has published “Pokemon Master Journey: The Series,” I felt nostalgic. When I go back to my childhood, I remember collecting Pokémon Trump cards, buying Pokeballs, and tossing them about as if a Pokémon would emerge. I remember relapse every episode three or four times and memorizing the names of all the Pokémon’s.
Don’t get fooled by looking into this title. A new Pokémon section has been published, but Pokémon Master Journeys: The series is just a continuation of the Pokémon television series, which has been entertaining children for more than two decades. It has finished a series of over 1100 episodes and is now being published on Netflix in three parts.
The twenty-fourth and current season of the Pokémon anime series, as well as the second season of Pokémon Journeys: The Series, known in Japan as Pocket Monsters, is Pokémon Master Journeys: The Series. The season premiered on TV Tokyo in Japan on December 11, 2020, and Teletoon and Télétoon in Canada on June 2021 and July 2021, respectively. The season began on TV Tokyo in Japan on December 11, 2020, and on Teletoon in Canada in June 2021 and Télétoon in July 2021, respectively.
This season continues Ash Ketchum, Goh, and Chloe Cerise’s research fellowship adventures as they travel across all eight regions, including the new Galar region from Pokémon Sword and Shield and the Galar region’s Crown Tundra from Pokémon Sword and Shield: The Crown Tundra, all of which are based at Cerise Laboratory in Vermillion City, Kanto.
Spoiler Free Gist of Pokémon Master Journey: The Series
The series opens with a scenario set in Kuchiba City, where a massive laboratory the size of a school sits on a wide campus. An Eevee, a cute and attractive Pokémon, dithers and diddle farts as it falls in love with a passing Slyveon, a more advanced, fairy counterpart of the Eevee.
In the meanwhile, Goh and Chloe enter the classroom. Chloe, who has never caught a Pokémon and has never made a Pokémon buddy, was the topic of their conversation. Just beyond the campus’s hedge, Team Rocket — Jessie and James, as well as their Pokémon Meow and Wobbufet — devise a plan to disguise up as students in order to conceal and steal some Pokémon.
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The Eevee successfully flees the lab, prompting a pair of assistants to go on the lookout for her. Then there’s the embarrassing circumstance where Eevee meets a Yammer, and the two of them greet each other by smelling each other’s buttocks and playing happily together. Team Rocket succeeds in their objective, capturing a large number of Pokémon in their net as usual. As is customary, Ash and Pikachu try to stop them, but they both end up falling into a trap set by Team Rocket.
Pikachu escapes himself from the clutches of cruel Team Rocket and acquits the captive Pokémon while Eevee and Yammer join hands to wipe down Team Rocket. Finally, everyone appears to be happy and cheerful, implying a happy ending.
Cast & Voice
Ash – voice-over by Veronica Taylor
Goh – voice-over by Zeno Robinson
Chloe – voice-over by Cherami Leigh
Jessie – voice-over by Michele Knotz
James – voice-over by James Carter Cathcart
Our Review on Pokemon Master Journey: The Series
The first episode of Pokémon Master Journeys: The Series (not to be confused with Pokémon Journeys: The Series, Pokémon Masters: The Journey, or Pokémon Series: The Journey Masters of the Master Journey Series, which I may or may not have made up) digs deeply into the human-Pokémon interaction. I joke that it’s a totalitarian master-slave relationship, but it looks to be more synergistic, with each person meeting the other’s emotional, social, and pragmatic requirements. It’s pretty lovely to the casual spectator, as well as Pokebiologists researching this exquisite and complicated interaction at a deeper level.
Despite the fact that Chloe appeared to bond with the first Pokémon she tripped over in order to keep this story under 21 minutes, their meeting must operate on a subconscious molecular level that we don’t understand, Destiny reading from its infinite tome of reality and making this meeting of souls inevitable. Team Rocket must grasp how trainer-Pokémon connections work, but because to the corrupt nature of their collective mentality, they are unable to fulfil for themselves. Their excessive selfishness is undoubtedly the big irony that keeps people from enjoying full lives with their animal soulmates. As a result, they usually attack Ash and Pikachu – the incomparable duo is the purest.
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People like Pokémon cartoons because they provide a look into the human condition through an extremely complex conceptual metaphor. Surely it isn’t simply to watch strange cute made-up animals coo and fart about and get excited to buy playing cards, stuffed animals, and video games. To the more discriminating eye, the concept of uncomplicated pleasure is seldom that simple.
Frequently Asked Question
1. When Will the Pokémon Master Journey Be Released?
It was launched as a streaming television season in the United States on Netflix on September 10, 2021, with the first 12 episodes released on September 10, 2021, and fresh episodes available quarterly thereafter.
2. Is Goh Taking the Place of Ash?
Goh can’t take Ash’s position as the series’ protagonist after more than two decades. In future seasons, Goh is more likely to be a companion character like Brock or Tracey. However, the franchise can only make him the primary character in the Pokémon Journeys tale, and he will not return in subsequent seasons.
3. Will the Pokémon Franchise Come to an End With Season 24?
Netflix announced in February that a fresh set of episodes, representing the last episodes of Pokémon Journeys: The Series, will be available for viewing on the platform. The 24th season of Pokémon Journeys: The Series has yet to be officially announced.
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