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Have A Pokémon Marathon This Weekend!

Friday 18th November 2016


2016 is a fantastic time to be a Pokémon fan in the UK!

Not only are the Pokémon Movie 1-3 Collection and Pokémon The Movie: Hoopa and the Clash of Ages available for you to buy now - but this Saturday Pokémon the Movie: Volcanion and the Mechanical Marvel, will be airing for the first time in the UK on CITV.

Check out the trailer for Volcanion and the Mechanical Marvel below:

That's not all, the next day CITV will be showing the first two episodes of Pokémon the Series: Sun & Moon, which will start airing next year.

So before you check out the latest tales in the Pokémon series, enjoy some of Ash's earlier outings!

Grab your copy of the Pokémon Movie 1-3 Collection on DVD and Limited-Edition Blu-ray Steelbook today.2

Pick up Pokémon The Movie: Hoopa and the Clash of Ages on DVD and Blu-ray now.1

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Digimon: Digital Monsters Season 2

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By popular demand, the anime fan-favourite released for the first time on DVD!

Four years after Tai, Mimi and the rest of the Digidestined brought peace to the digital world and found their way back home, the Digimon Emperor - a new villain - threatens the world and its Digital Monsters. With some the original kids off to junior high, a new generation is chosen to defend and save the world from evil.

Davis, Yolei, Cody, and Ken join T.K and Kari to form the new Digidestined team. Together they journey back to the Digital World to battle the Digimon Emperor and free all the Digital Monsters from his control.

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