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As the star of Pokemon anime, Ash Ketchum is drawing to an end. However, Japanese anime fans have been following Liko and Roy in Pokemon Horizons for a while; Western viewers have not had the same chance.
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Thanks to a new teaser, Netflix has now revealed when viewers may anticipate the release of the new season on its streaming service.
Even though Roy and Liko are newcomers to the scene, they will have a lot of work to do to live up to Ash’s name.
A new English-dubbed teaser for “Pokemon Horizons: The Series” was released by Netflix, indicating that the anime would finally debut on March 7, 2024, after a postponement.
Originally, the Pokemon Company had stated that the anime would launch on Netflix in the United States on February 23.
Here’s what we know so far!!
The new dual characters for the series, Roy and Liko, along with other characters, have English voices in the English-dubbed trailer.
In addition to Liko and Roy, the series introduces new characters Friede and Captain Pikachu, a professor and Pokemon duo.
Pokemon Violet and Pokemon Scarlet, the most recent ninth-generation video games’ beginning Pokemon, are also included in the anime as Sprigatito, Fuecoco, and Quaxly.
Rayquaza, the legendary Pokemon who first surfaced in the third-generation video games of the franchise, will also make an appearance in the series in his Shiny form.
Staff members of Pokemon Horizons
The anime series is being directed by Saori Den, while Daiki Tomiyasu is in charge of creative direction.
Tetsuo Yajima is listed as the action director; however, Dai Sato is in charge of the series scripts.
Character designer Rei Yamazaki is assisted by sub-character designer Kyoko Ito.
Masafumi Mima is the anime’s sound director, and Conisch is in charge of music composition.