A title card is shown near the beginning of every episode of the anime. This page contains a list of different title card designs used in different anime series.
|Screenshot||Japanese debut episode||Japanese final episode||Description|
|English debut episode||English final episode|
|Not used||An updated version of the original title card.|
|EP192||EP274||The title card shows Ash's Johto Badges. The title card is updated whenever a new Badge is obtained.|
In the dub, this title card was used for the dubbed episodes of Pokémon Chronicles only.
|Not Used||The title card shows Ash's Johto Badges. The title card is updated whenever a new Badge is obtained.|
|AG001||AG091||An icon of Ash's face is shown. The camera then zooms out to show a map of Hoenn showing the group's current location as the title appears in yellow lettering.|
|AG092||AG133||A large Poké Ball spins around in front of a blue screen with dozens of other Poké Balls in the background. Ash's Badge case rotates into view. As is moves to the left side of the screen May's Ribbon case appears. The two cases open to reveal Ash and May's current Badges and Ribbons, respectively. The title card changes whenever a new Badge or Ribbon is obtained.|
|AG134||AG192||Pikachu is seen wearing Ash's hat. Ash comes into view as his hat moves over to his head. Pikachu jumps in front of Ash and together they strike a pose with May, Max, and Brock.|
|DP001||DP120||A Poké Ball rotates into view on a blue background full of shooting stars. The Poké Ball opens and releases a shower of sparkles downwards, revealing the episode title against a background of Space and Planets.|
|On a purple background filled with stars, Ash and Dawn's Badges and ribbons, respectively, fly towards the screen. Behind them appears a Poké Ball which flies past the screen and reveals the title between statues of Dialga and Palkia.|
|The Unova Pokédex appears on an orange background. The Pokédex opens up and the screen zooms in to the top screen. The episode title then appears on blue background with six Poké Balls around the screen.|
|Ash, Serena, Bonnie, and Clemont appear and strike a pose in front of white background with multiple Poké Balls on it. They are each highlighted by a band of blue, pink, yellow, and green respectively. One of the main characters or an important recurring character appears on the right side of the screen. The screen then pixelates to reveal the title of the episode next to a Poké Ball on an old map of Kalos.|
In the English dub, the title card always focuses on Ash.
In XY061, the Japanese version updates the title card to include Serena's new design, but the dub keeps her original design.
|SM001||SM146||Pikachu and the Alola starters fall onto a beach. The Z-Ring appears and crosses the screen to transition it to the episode title on a stylized background.|
|JN001||JN147||Pikachu looks up from the bottom of the screen and runs backward to be in the frame entirely. While lying on the ground, a Pokéball bounces off Pikachu and opens to have the Pokémon appear animation make the title appear.|
In some two segment episodes, the title card instead focuses on a different character: The title cards for JN041 focus on Wobbuffet and Meowth, while the title cards for JN058 focus on Pikachu and Wobbuffet.
In the dub, this title card design is used to label the show as a Netflix Original Series at the start of the episode.
|Not used||Pikachu is spinning Ash's hat on his tail, and then bounces the cap to his head while the episode title text appears, and waves at the audience.|
This title card design is used in the original Japanese version for the title of the next episode during previews.
|HZ001||Present||The Paldea starters interact with each other on the deck of the Brave Olivine and look towards their next destination.|
Special title cards
Some episodes use a specially stylized title card to better match the theme of the episode.
|XY014||The Japanese version shows the title directly over the background as reference to classic horror films, to match the horror theme of this episode.|
This stylized title card is replaced with the usual title card segment in the dub.
|XY078||This episode is divided into four segments, with a different stylized title card for each part.|
|JN016||This title card has a horror theme to match the episode. A Gengar comes into view and dissolves into the episode title on a spooky background.|
|JN026||The title card for the two segments of this episode focus on Magikarp and Slowking, respectively, with a stylized background.|
In the dub version, there is no on-screen text for the second part's title card.
|JN041||The title cards for the two part of this episode feature Wobbuffet and Meowth, respectively, replacing Pikachu in the regular title card segment.|
|JN042||JN045||The four episode Sword and Shield arc features the episode titles on a background of the Slumbering Weald, with the Rusted Sword and Rusted Shield on the altar.|
|JN058||The title card for the second part of this episode features Wobbuffet replacing Pikachu in the regular title card segment, similar to JN041.|
The title card for the first part of the episode retains the regular title card segment featuring Pikachu, with both the Japanese and dub version using their respective regular designs.
|JN095||The title card for this episode in the Japanese features Meowth replacing Pikachu in the regular title card segment, similar to JN041.|
In the English dub, the title card instead features Pikachu as usual.
|HZ001||The title for this episode is shown directly over the background.|
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