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Many Pokémon animation projects are released these days, such as the recent Generations series adapting iconic scenes from the games or shorts like “Bidoof’s Big Stand” that are just plain emotional (yeah, I may have cried. A bit). So it’s not too surprising — but still quite exciting — to see the announcement of Pokémon: Hisuian Snow, a limited three-part series debuting in May.



Produced by WIT Studio (a well-known and honored anime production company currently releasing Spy X Family, a show you should drop everything and watch if you haven’t already), the series follows a boy named Alec, who was taught by his father that Pokémon and people cannot live together — but upon encountering a Hisuian Zorua, Alec might learn something new. We have no other details at the moment, but the initial promotional art is stunning and hopefully very representative of what the series looks like in motion.

Pokémon: Hisuian Snow debuts May 18th on Pokémon TV and the official Pokémon YouTube Channel


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Written by Amelia Fruzzetti

A writer and Nintendo fan based in Seattle, Washington. When not working for NinWire, she can be found eating pasta, writing stories, and wondering about when Mother 3 is finally going to get an official localization.