More Legendary Battle Scenes From Pokémon: Kyurem vs. the Sword of Justice

By Ishaan . November 18, 2012 . 12:00pm

The Pokémon Company have shared another short preview of the next Pokémon movie in North America, Pokémon the Movie: Kyurem vs. the Sword of Justice. The movie will air on Cartoon Network on December 8th and you can watch the preview below. It’s similar to the previous one, but with some new footage:


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  • Go2hell66

    geez no matter how many times i see it, i will never get used to talking pokemon.
    that just isn’t right

    • Robert Leonardi

      i don’t think it will be interesting if we can’t hear anything from them, imagine the whole movie script being “keldeo keldeo keldeooooo keldeo deodeo keldeooooo”

      • ZEROthefirst

        I’d rather they made noises for most of them or used their cries from the games instead of them speaking their names over and over and OVER again.
        They did this with Palkia and Dialga in their movie, they don’t talk or speak their names, they just have their own distinct cries.

        • Even in the anime, not all of the Pokémon “spoke” by using their name e.g. Golduck, Rhyhorn, Rhydon, Pinsir, Beedrill, Nidoking/queen, Arcanine and Growlithe.     

        • Robert Leonardi

           well i still prefer the pokemons talking to know on what’s going on from their sides, but i would definitely flip if ash’s pikachu suddenly starts speaking perfect english… in British accent !

        • Spider-Man

          It would be very interesting hearing their game cries in the anime. 

    • ZEROthefirst

      I thought it was cool when they only did it with Mewtwo, but after that I just couldn’t stand it.

    • You must really hate Meowth then :p

      • Go2hell66

         yea he’s a pain

    • ShawnOtakuSomething

      in all the pokemon movies  the main Legendary pokemon talk 

  • Spirit Macardi

    If I still had cable TV, I’d probably watch this just for the sheer awesomeness of having Vic Mignogna as a Poke’Mon x3

  • Sweet Sui ♥

    *sigh* Another lame new Pokémon movie. I don’t know why I’m bothering, since I quit caring about them after Lucario and the Mystery of Mew, but- *watches preview*

    O.O. Is that… Vic Mignogna as Keldeo??? The very same Vic who voiced Ed “Beansprout” Elric? Hot damn, I take back what I said before~ color me interested xD.

    Desire to watch: +1000000 ^_^ lol

    • LynxAmali

       Eh. I still stand by the idea that the D/P trilogy were actually quite good films by themselves.

      Haven’t seen any of the Gen 5 films yet.

      • Sweet Sui ♥

        I’m not saying that they were bad in any way. I just lost interest in the Pokemon movies a long while ago just like I lost interest in the anime when they swapped around all the English voice actors for it. I’m still very much a Pokemon fan, but I can’t say that I care for the movies/anime any longer. Again, not because I think they suck- for all I know, they could be the greatest things ever to some people- but because they just aren’t my thing anymore~

        • LynxAmali

           The movies actually have better VA than the series IMO, especially now. (I used to think it was the other way around before the VA swap.)

          Lucario and the Mystery of Mew will always hold a special place in my heart.
          Ash isn’t Ash without Veronica Taylor. It just doesn’t feel right. That’s like replacing Satoshi’s seiyuu with someone other than Rica Matsumoto.

          But yeah, I can see where you’re coming from. I only really catch the odd episode here and there as well as the odd movie nowadays.

    • Elvick

      I missed the original Mew voice in Lucario and the Mystery of Mew. It bothered me so much that I couldn’t really get into the movie.

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