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With the 25th season of Pokemon, Ash Ketchum and Pikachu, who became champions and achieved their objectives, said their final goodbyes to the screens.

Since the first episode in 1997, the adventures of Ash Ketchum and Pikachu have continued to be watched with great curiosity and admiration by the whole world. As of January 31, 2000, we have been watching Ash’s effort to catch Pokemon and become a champion in the long-running animated series that started to be broadcast in our country for years.

11-episode farewell series to Ash and Pikachu
In the 25th season of Pokemon, Ash Ketchum finally managed to become the champion. Now that Ash has reached his goals, it seems like it’s time to say goodbye to the screens. Unfortunately, we will now see other characters in the Pokemon series instead of Ash and Pikachu.

Ash and Pikachu Champion
However, we will still get a chance to say goodbye to Ash and Pikachu. Pokemon will release a series of 11 special episodes that record the adventures of Ash and Pikachu during their 25-year journey. This farewell series will be released in Japan on January 13, 2023.

Sarah Natochenny, Ash’s current English voice actor, posted an emotional message on the subject. Natochenny shared, “It has been an extraordinary privilege to voice Ash Ketchum in English for 17 years.” “Whatever happens in the final chapter, Ash will live forever in the hearts of generations to come.” used the phrases.

The Pokemon Company has already given a date for the new series. The new heroes of the next series, which will arrive in April 2023, will be Liko and Roy. Of course, these names can change, just like Ash’s. Our lead role was known as Satoshi in the original Japanese version of Pokemon.

In the new series of Pokemon, three starter Pokemon from Pokémon Scarlet and Pokémon Violet will be with us. We look forward to seeing how the new Pokemon series will be after Ash and Pikachu. So what do you think about Pokemon? You can share your views with us in the comments section.

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