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Pokemon Advanced - Boxed Set Volume 1
Pokemon Advanced - Boxed Set Volume 1
Genres: Kids & Family, Television, Anime & Manga, Animation
NR     2005     7hr 20min

Ash, Brock and Pikachu meet the sibling team of May and Max and begin their journey into the Hoenn Region! Includes the first 20 episodes of Pokémon Advanced, over 7 hours of Pokémon action on 3 DVDs!


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Genres: Kids & Family, Television, Anime & Manga, Animation
Sub-Genres: 7-9 Years, Television, Anime & Manga, Animation
Studio: Viz Video
Format: DVD - Color - Animated,Subtitled
DVD Release Date: 10/25/2005
Original Release Date: 01/01/2005
Theatrical Release Date: 01/01/2005
Release Year: 2005
Run Time: 7hr 20min
Screens: Color
Number of Discs: 3
SwapaDVD Credits: 3
Total Copies: 0
Members Wishing: 3
Edition: Box set
MPAA Rating: NR (Not Rated)
Languages: English, Japanese
Subtitles: English

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Movie Reviews

An extremely good deal for all Pokemon fans willing to put u
Geoffrey Colman | Manhattan Beach, California United States | 05/16/2006
(5 out of 5 stars)

"This boxed set, while a bit more pricey than any individual DVD, is well worth the money. It contains every episode from Pokemon Advanced DVD volumes 1-4 (with approximately 7 episodes on each of 3 discs, for a total of 20). Purely in economic terms, this is a major bargain; buying all 4 volumes individually would run between $50-$60, or about $15-$25 more. If you are going to get the Pokemon Advanced DVD's, by all means, get them this way and save yourself enough to buy another DVD.

As far as the content: die-hard Pokemon fans would buy these episodes no matter what, so my only advice to them is the economic sense outlined above. If you're one of the many people who are probably a bit undecided on these episodes, I would recommend giving them a chance. If you never watched any of the later Johto League Champions or Master Quest episodes, then you will notice that the animation has improved significantly since the first couple seasons. Misty is gone, replaced by a girl named May (who was modeled after the heroine from the Ruby & Sapphire GameBoy Advance games). Make of that what you will; if you are a Misty fan, you will be disappointed, and vice-versa. Personally, I am of the frame of mind that, while she is in some respects a more interesting character than Misty (she starts out disliking Pokemon and gradually comes to appreciate them), she is not, and never could be, a suitable replacement for the character who captured my heart 8 years ago and had been a permanent cast member for 5 full years. In any case, she and Ash are joined by Max, May's younger brother, and, as the box art implies, Brock ultimately returns to the team in about the 4th episode. Both Ash and Brock sport new, different looks from those with which we are oh-so-familiar from past episodes, and Ash has matured somewhat since he left Pallet in the 1st anime episode from 1998. Team Rocket is omnipresent, as always, and the storyline primarily follows that of the Emerald version (villains from both Team Magma and Team Aqua drop in from time-to-time; we ultimately see both of the Ancient Legendary Pokemon that grace the games' boxes; and Juan is the Sootopolis Gym Leader, not Wallace). They tend to follow the games' storyline more closely than the Johto episodes did. To somewhat disenchanted Pokemon veterans: these storylines are generally better than many of those from the Johto continuity. Most importantly in my mind, they don't waste nearly as much time as they did during the middle and end of the Johto episodes.

Basically, I would highly recommend this release to anyone who really likes Pokemon, and also to those who just-plain like it."
WORTH EVERY PENNY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Sanket Luharuka | INDIA | 07/17/2006
(5 out of 5 stars)

"awasome!!!!!! this is probably the best pokemon dvd thats ever come out.the box contains 3 dvds containing 20 episodes in all they are-
1 get the show on the road
2 a ruin with a view
3 theres no place like hoenn
4 you can never taillow
5 in the knicker of time
6 a poached ego
7 trees a crowd
8 a tail with a twist
9 taming of the shroomish
10 you said a mouthful
11 a bite to remember
12 the lotad lowdown
13 all things bright and beautifly
14 all in a days wurmple
15 gonna rule the school
16 the winner by a nosepass
17 stairway to devon
18 on a wingull and a prayer
19 sharpedo attack
20 brave the wave
I would definitely suggest this to every pokemon fan.the graphics are much better the episodes are great its pokemon and of course there is always pikachu, what else do you need ,truly worth every penny"
Pokemon Advanced - Boxed Set Vol. 1 & 2
Nori S. Hunter | 08/23/2007
(4 out of 5 stars)

"I bought them because the description said it was both in English and Japanese. It turns out it only has the English track, not Japanese. The subtitle is in English. I tried the language settings on the DVD players, but no avail. My kids enjoyed the content any way. But I wanted them to watch the Japanese version, since they are studying Japanese."
My son loved it!
I. J. Harrison | 05/12/2007
(5 out of 5 stars)

"I ordered this box set for my son's 3rd Birthday. He loved it! The best part is there is a lot of episodes for the money. If your child is a Pokemon fan and you are on a budget, this is the box set to get. I have to admit even I thought some of the episodes were pretty good. I will contiune to purchase these boxed sets if they continue to keep the same standard of bang for the buck."