Ever since our childhood, we’ve been acquainted with Pikachu, Ash, and the entire series. When I looked into my down memory lane, it felt nostalgic when I got the news that Netflix has released “Pokemon Master Journey: The Series” on September 10, 2021. I remember binge-watching every episode twice and thrice and memorizing the different Pokemons’ names.
When I look back to my childhood memories, the collection of Pokemon Trump Cards, Buying Pokeballs and tossing it as if a Pokemon would come out of that. So these were some memories. Share yours with us in the comments section below.
Should You Stream it or Skip it?
When a layman would look for this title, he might get fooled and believe that a new segment of Pokemon is released, but Pokemon Master Journeys: The Series is simply a continuation of the Pokemon TV series that’s been running for more than two decades and has proven a delight to the childhood. It has completed a series of over 1100 episodes and is now divided into 3 segments and is being released on Netflix.
As we all have noticed, the opening clip revolves around Pokemon trainer Ash and his favorite Pokemon Pikachu (Pika Pika). They both are in silhouette in the foreground as they’re flanked by whooshing blue effects, and the faces of other various characters emerge one after another. At first, the Narrator speaks about Ash’s aspiring goal informing the viewers that Ash’s big goal is to battle one of the world’s greatest Pokemon trainers and claim himself as the greatest Pokemon Trainer.
Overview of the Series
The Series starts with a scene where a huge laboratory that’s equivalent to a school on a sprawling campus in Kuchiba City. An extremely adorable and charming Pokemon known as an Eevee dithers and diddle farts, falling in love with a passing Slyveon, an advanced, fairy version of the Eevee.
Meanwhile, Goh (voice-over by Zeno Robinson) and Chloe (by Cherami Leigh) walk inside the classroom. Their discussion was about Chloe, who has never caught a Pokemon and never got a Pokemon friend. Just outside the hedge surrounding campus, the total pain in as Team Rocket — Jessie (by Michele Knotz) and James (by James Carter Cathcart) and their Pokemon Meow and Wobbufet compose a strategy to dress up as students so that they can camouflage and steal some Pokemon.
The Eevee successfully escapes from the lab, provoking a couple of assistants to search for Eevee. Then comes an awkward situation where Eevee meets a Yammer, and they greet each other by sniffing each other’s butts and play together joyfully. Team Rocket gets successful in their plan as they ultimately trap a ton of Pokemons as usual in their net. As usual, Ash and Pikachu try to stop them but eventually, both of them fall into a trap that Team Rocket has planned for them.
Eevee and Yammer join hands to take out Team Rocket, and in the meanwhile, Pikachu saves himself from the clutches of vicious Team Rocket and acquits the trapped Pokemon. Lastly, everyone is seen as Happy and Joyful, which seems to be a Happy Ending.
Our Final Call to y’all would be that you should definitely go and STREAM this series if you are a Pokemon Fan and want to keep the child alive in yourself.