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** Ash's outfit doesn't consist of a jacket/hoodie, jeans, or gloves.
 
** Ash's outfit doesn't consist of a jacket/hoodie, jeans, or gloves.
 
** Ash doesn't challenge [[Gym]]s for [[Badge]]s.
 
** Ash doesn't challenge [[Gym]]s for [[Badge]]s.
** Ash doesn't have traveling companions.
 
 
* This series has more human protagonists than any other series, with a total of six.
 
* This series has more human protagonists than any other series, with a total of six.
 
* This series has the most walking Pokémon, with a total of four.
 
* This series has the most walking Pokémon, with a total of four.

Revision as of 20:16, 4 January 2017

This article is about the sixth series of the anime. For the series of the Pokémon Trading Card Game, see Pokémon Trading Card Game → Sun & Moon Series. For other uses, see Sun and Moon.

English logo
Japanese logo for Pocket Monsters Sun & Moon

Pokémon the Series: Sun & Moon (Japanese: ポケットモンスター サンムーン Pocket Monsters Sun & Moon), referred to by fans as the Sun & Moon series, is the sixth series of the Pokémon anime and is based on the events of the Generation VII core series Pokémon games. It follows the XY series. It premiered on November 17, 2016 in Japan, although the first two episodes aired as a sneak peek in the United States on December 5, 2016.

Ash Ketchum heads off to a new region, Alola, wearing a new set of clothes with his partner Pikachu. He receives a Z-Ring and becomes a student at the Pokémon School on Melemele Island.

A new art style is implemented for the third series in a row, this time more drastically than the series that preceded it, with characters being drawn with a much more exaggerated, rounded, "cartoony" style.

So far, it has been divided into one season for audiences outside of Japan.

Episodes in the Sun & Moon series are numbered with the prefix SM on Bulbapedia. For a complete episode listing, see the list of Sun & Moon series episodes.

Dub seasons

When the Sun & Moon series came to be dubbed into English and other languages, it has been divided into one season:

Gallery

For more images, please see artwork from the Sun & Moon anime series on the Bulbagarden Archives.

Posters

Characters

Trivia

  • This is the only series in which:
    • Ash's outfit doesn't consist of a jacket/hoodie, jeans, or gloves.
    • Ash doesn't challenge Gyms for Badges.
  • This series has more human protagonists than any other series, with a total of six.
  • This series has the most walking Pokémon, with a total of four.

In other languages


External links

Original series (list) Indigo LeagueAdventures in the Orange Islands
The Johto JourneysJohto League ChampionsMaster Quest
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Diamond & Pearl (list) Diamond and PearlBattle DimensionGalactic BattlesSinnoh League Victors
Best Wishes! (list) Black & WhiteRival DestiniesAdventures in Unova and Beyond
XY (list) XYKalos QuestXYZ (Mega Evolution Specials)
Sun & Moon (list) Sun & MoonUltra Adventures‎Ultra Legends
New series Unannounced
Specials (list) Pikachu's Winter VacationSide StoriesPokémon Chronicles
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