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Pokemon Season 1: Indigo League Part 1
Enjoy the Pokemon story from the beginning! Meet our hero, Ash, in his hometown of Pallet Town where boys and girls are encouraged to begin their Pokemon journeys! Join the Indigo League in these 26 episodes from Season 1 of Pokemon!]]>
Pokémon scored an immediate hit when it debuted on American TV in 1995: Adapted from a Gameboy game created by Satoshi Sajiri, the diminutive "pocket monsters" spawned a multibillion dollar franchise on both sides of the Pacific. The initial mania died down after a few years, but the games and the animated series and features have remained popular. Although it's unabashedly product-based and overly cute at times, Pokémon remains an agreeable children's entertainment that stresses friendship, perseverance, and good sportsmanship. The first broadcast season introduces the main characters and follows them through first part of the game in its original Red and Blue versions. Aspiring Pokémon trainer Ash Ketchum must establish a bond with Pikachu, the ultra-cute, but initially recalcitrant "electric mouse." He leaves his home in Pallet Town and quickly befriends fellow-trainers Misty and Brock. As the trio wanders through forests and towns, Ash begins collecting Pokémon and fighting other trainers. (The fights are very tame: Pokémon faint when they're exhausted, but are never injured or killed.) The three friends also outwit inept comic villains of Team Rocket, Jesse, James, and Meowth. Ash gradually matures through his experiences: In episode 20, he learns self-sacrifice when he allows Butterfree, the first Pokémon he caught and trained, to find a mate and depart for their nesting grounds. The original motto, Pokémon Getto Daze! (Let's Get Pokémon!) became "Gotta Catch 'Em All!" and many fans are still trying to do just that, although the initial number of 151 Pokémon, has more than tripled over the years. (Unrated, suitable for all ages: cartoon violence) --Charles Solomon
The beginning of the Pokemon saga and perhaps the best parts are in this collectionPublished 7 months ago by Pen Name
my son enjoys them very much. thank you for the fast delivery. very impressive. thanks againPublished 8 months ago by julius e daniel jr.
This series is really good. The story is great and compelling. I'd recommend this to everyone who likes manga and anime.Published 15 months ago by Anonymous
I'm 25 years old, and still enjoy watching this show and playing the video games. Even though I own the dvd, I also watch it on netflixPublished 15 months ago by bookfinder
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|Where's our Japanese?!||
Yea, I wish Viz would include a box set with both the original Japanese episodes with subs and the english dub
Jul 4, 2011 by Kyle | See all 4 posts
If you mean a continuation of eps 27- (which would technically be Season 1 part 2) we don't know yet, but loads of fans are asking the same as you and me. Strangely enough they seem to have released a small perfect collection of Orange Island episodes AND Adanced episodes, so lets just hope they... Read More
Apr 21, 2007 by TogekissWings | See all 5 posts
YES IT WILL
Feb 6, 2007 by Andrew Fazenbaker | See all 2 posts
I think you have to get the orange islands too.
Jul 4, 2011 by Kyle | See all 2 posts
It is now, if you still care.
Jul 31, 2008 by MightierToaster | See all 2 posts
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