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Revision as of 01:25, 22 August 2012

This article is about the fourteenth season of the anime. For the games, see Pokémon Black and White Versions. For other uses, see Black and White.

Pokémon: Black & White
Season 14
Season 14 logo.png
Black & White logo
Opening Black and White
Episodes 48 (2 skipped)
(BW001 - BW048)
Region Unova
Series Best Wishes series
Preceded by Pokémon Diamond & Pearl: Sinnoh League Victors
Followed by Pokémon Black & White: Rival Destinies

Pokémon: Black & White is the fourteenth season of the dubbed version of the Pokémon anime. It follows the conclusion of the Diamond & Pearl series of the Pokémon anime, and as such is the first dubbed season of the Best Wishes series. The season follows Ash as he continues his journey, venturing into the Unova region with new friends Iris and Cilan. It began airing on February 12, 2011 in the United States.

See the list of Pokémon: Black & White episodes for a list of episodes aired this season.

Important events

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Party changes


The following Pokémon are obtained:


The following Pokémon evolve:

A pre-release poster for the season, featuring Reshiram, Zekrom, Iris, her Axew, and Cilan


Gym battles

Ash defeats the following Gym Leaders:

North American DVD Releases

Australian DVD Releases

Volume Releases

  • Pokémon Season 14: Black & White Collection 1 (BW001-BW024)
  • Pokémon Season 14: Black & White Collection 2 (BW025-BW048)


  • Who's That Pokémon? returned at the beginning of the season, after an absence of 344 episodes.
  • Unlike previous seasons, this season has more episode titles based more on either the original Japanese titles or the concept of the episode as a whole rather than being puns. This may be an extension of the idea of the franchise returning to its roots, as many early original series episodes had their titles based on the original Japanese title.
  • In the Danish version, Mathias Klenske, the Danish voice of Ash, did some of the translation. This is according to the Credit Subtitles which are used at Disney XD.

In other languages

External links

See also

Bulbanews has an article related to this subject:
Bulbanews has an article related to this subject:

Original series: Indigo LeagueAdventures in the Orange Islands
The Johto JourneysJohto League ChampionsMaster Quest
Advanced Generation series: AdvancedAdvanced ChallengeAdvanced BattleBattle Frontier
Diamond & Pearl series: Diamond and PearlBattle Dimension
Galactic BattlesSinnoh League Victors
Best Wishes series: Black & WhiteRival DestiniesAdventures in Unova and Beyond
XY series: XYKalos QuestXYZ
Sun & Moon series: Sun & Moon
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