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POKÉTOON: The Pokémon Cartoon Animation (Japanese: ポケモンアニメシリーズ「POKÉTOON Pokémon Anime Series "POKÉTOON") is a series of animated shorts featuring various Pokémon originally posted on the Pokémon Kids TV Japan YouTube channel.

The first short, Scraggy and Mimikyu, was released on June 5, 2020. Nearly a year later, the second short, The Pancham Who Wants to Be a Hero, was released on May 5, 2021. Four additional shorts were announced on May 10, 2021.[1] The English dub of the shorts were released on Pokémon TV every Friday from June 17, 2022 to August 5, 2022[2], and were later released on the English Pokémon YouTube channel on August 25, 2022.


Code Screenshot English title Japanese title US broadcast Japan broadcast Time between
PT01 Scraggy and Mimikyu Scraggy and Mimikyu ズルッグとミミッキュ
Zuruggu and Mimikkyu
June 17, 2022 June 5, 2020 742 days
PT02 The Pancham Who Wants to Be a Hero The Pancham Who Wants to Be a Hero ヒーローになりたいヤンチャム
The Yancham Who Wants to Be a Hero
June 24, 2022 May 5, 2021 415 days
PT03 Blossom's Dream Blossom's Dream ユメノツボミ
A Budding Dream
July 1, 2022 June 4, 2021 392 days
PT04 Wait for Me, Magikarp! Wait for Me, Magikarp! まっててね!コイキング
Wait Here, Koiking!
July 8, 2022 July 2, 2021 371 days
PT05 The Slugma-Powered Home The Slugma-Powered Home ぽかぽかマグマッグハウス
The Warm and Cozy Magmag House
July 15, 2022 August 5, 2021 344 days
PT06 Help! I’ve Turned into a Gengar Help! I’ve Turned into a Gengar ゲンガーになっちゃった!?
I Turned Into a Gangar!
July 21, 2022 September 10, 2021 314 days
PT07 Snorunt's Summer Vacation Snorunt's Summer Vacation ふぶきのなつやすみ
Blizzard on a Summer Holiday
July 29, 2022 October 8, 2021 294 days
PT08 Jigglypuff's Song Jigglypuff's Song プリンのうた
Purin's Song
August 5, 2022 December 28, 2021 220 days
This concludes POKÉTOON.


  • Similar to the main anime, most Pokémon speak by saying their own names in these shorts.

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