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I think Meowth, Malamar from the NY series, and the Liwick that try to take Ash to the ghost world don't seem too friendly.
In Japan, the anime is divided into six [[series]]: ''[[Original series|Pocket Monsters]]'', ''[[Advanced Generation series|Pocket Monsters Advanced Generation]]'', ''[[Diamond & Pearl series|Pocket Monsters Diamond & Pearl]]'', ''[[Best Wishes series|Pocket Monsters Best Wishes]]'', ''[[XY series|Pocket Monsters XY]]'', and ''[[Sun & Moon series|Pocket Monsters Sun & Moon]]''. Outside of it, it has been divided into seven series: ''[[Original series|Pokémon the Series: The Beginning]]'', ''[[Original series|Pokémon the Series: Gold & Silver]]'', ''[[Advanced Generation series|Pokémon the Series: Ruby and Sapphire]]'', ''[[Diamond & Pearl series|Pokémon the Series: Diamond and Pearl]]'', ''[[Best Wishes series|Pokémon the Series: Black and White]]'', ''[[XY series|Pokémon the Series: XY]]'', and ''[[Sun & Moon series|Pokémon the Series: Sun and Moon]]''. The episodes are also further divided into [[season]]s spanning roughly 52 episodes, and currently {{cat|Anime seasons|numbering {{#expr: {{PAGESINCATEGORY:Anime seasons}} - 1}}}}. This concept of a television season was first embraced by the Japanese source with the inclusion of an explicitly second season to ''Best Wishes''.
 
The show is mainly aimed at children, and as such, mature topics such as death are not often brought up, though sometimes they appear in some episodes, and most notably in movies. Many Pokémon that are implied to be violent or sinister in the games are also made to be less aggressive, where none are considered truly evil. There are generally some references meant for adults, though these are kept to a minimum especially outside of Japan.
 
==Television series==