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We know how Netflix can be a staple these days! And if haven’t subscribed to Netflix user, you’ll be glad to know that it is one of the best platforms to watch Pokemon anime online for free up to 30 days. It’s like a free trial! Here, you’ll find dubbed versions of Pokemon favorites like Indigo League and Mewtwo Strikes Back. Start watching now!

Pokemon Journeys: The Series has debuted a new opening theme sequence!
With Chapter 139 resolving the battle of the Scout Regiment that has seen them lose scores of friends, the world will clearly never be the same as Hajime Isayama’s dark anime franchise makes its final curtain call. Though anime fans will have to wait until 2022 to see the television series come to an end, manga readers will have a head’s up on the last moments. Needless to say, fans of the dark series can expect several surprises as some of their favorite characters find themselves picking up the pieces of the final battle that has shattered the world in more ways than one.

Big Warning. If you have yet to read the final chapter of Attack On Titan’s manga, Chapter 139, you might want to steer clear of the rest of this article as we’ll be diving into serious spoiler territory. With the previous chapter seeing Mikasa decapitate Eren, we witness the final conversation between Armin and the youngest Jaeger, as the Colossal Titan attempts to figure out why his former friend decided to eradicate eighty percent of the population.
Did you really need to go that far? Was all of this really for our sake?” A young version of Armin asks on the landscape of the “Paths”. With Eren unleashing the full power of the Rumbling, he decided to follow through on a plan that he believed would save the world, and place the fate of the future in the hands of Mikasa, who was ultimately able to kill her love.

Before Eren dies, he is able to eliminate the power of the Titans from the world, not only freeing the likes of Armin, Reiner, and Annie, but also bringing back Jean, Connie, Gabi, and so many others that were transformed during the final battle. As the threat of the Titans subsides, a brief peace is achieved, but the final pages hint that Eldia is still preparing for a war against the rest of the world.
It’s currently unknown as of this writing if this will continue to be the only opening theme for the anime adaptation of the video game, but we’ll see soon enough! Funimation officially describes the series as such:
Neku has died but doesn’t remember what happened. He joins the Reaper’s Game in The Underground, a contest for the dead where he fights to be brought back to life because…losers are erased from existence. No matter how stacked the odds may be in each round, he must overcome every obstacle in order to survive.”

What did you think of The World Ends With You’s first episode? Curious to see how the rest of the anime shakes out in future episodes? Let us know your thoughts in the comments or you can even reach out to me directly about all things animated and other cool stuff. My Hero Academia’s fifth season will be focusing its first cour on this arc and while seeing Class 1-B’s hero students in full action for the first real time is what’s appealing, but it’s not the biggest hooks of the arc to come. Not only will Hitoshi Shinso be involved with this new mission