The End of Pokemon- Netflix’s Castlevania Producer Releases Trailer


    The Pokemon franchise has been entertaining the Pokemon fan since ages.  Fans love everything Pokemon, be it games or shows. A new trailer of The End of Pokemon just dropped by yesterday.

    New Take on the Film

    Adi Shankar, the man behind Netflix’s Castlevania, reconstructs The End of Pokemon in his Bootleg Universe. The audience gets to see a dark, grim, and ugly version of Pokemon.

    What’s New

    In this new version, a world is imagined where Ash Ketchum’s Pikachu has died, and now he has a new goal. He uses to free all the Pokemon from the mindless and violent bonds of entertainment. His new calling puts him in direct opposition to Giovanni.

    From the Trailer

    The trailer shows the characters of Professor Oak, Misty, Brick, Jesse, James, along with some others who are presented in this anime series with new designs and new voice actors. In the trailer, Professor Oak asks, “it’s too late to save Pikachu,” and Ash responds confidently, “then we’ll save them all.”

    Ash puts on a creepy Pikachu mask and has followers who attack trainers like Brock on the street and start burning gyms and freeing Pokemon from captivity. The trailer is extremely violent and grim and certainly not for the faint hearts.

    The trailer features Primeape being gunned down and Ninetales biting the head off a Marowak. Surely the trailer is filled with blood. Fans can expect a darker movie from the house of Pokemon.


    Pokemon Sword and Shield are coming on November 15, 2019.

    Other Titbits

    The short was animated by Angry Metal Studios, the team which is behind other Bootleg Universe. The End of Pokemon is directed by Luis Pelayo Junquera and Enol Junquera.

    The End of Pokemon is going to be a complete turn from the earlier Pokemon series. The audience will get to have a view of a different world altogether full of violence and darkness. Let’s wait for this amazing treat and in case you have missed the trailer, go check out now above!