Pokemon Black & White

Pokemon Black & White

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Meet Pokemon Trainers Black and White! White has a burgeoning career as a Trainer of performing Pokemon. Black is about to explore the Unova region and fill a Polodex for Professor Juniper. Who will Black choose as his first Pokemon? Who would you choose? Plus, meet feisty Pokemon Tepig, Snivy, Oshawott and many more new Pokemon of the unexplored Unova region!

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Product details

  • Paperback | 96 pages
  • 140 x 176 x 8mm | 99.79g
  • Viz Media, Subs. of Shogakukan Inc
  • San Francisco, United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1421540908
  • 9781421540900
  • 19,837

About Hidenori Kusaka

Pokemon is more than a game or a TV show, it's a cultural phenomenon that has won the hearts of Japanese and American fans alike! Pokemon comics, games, animation, and toys are run-away hits worldwide. But Pokemon's appeal comes from exciting stories and dynamic personalities-the heart displayed by Ash and the loyalty of Pikachu and the other Pokemon. See for yourself what all the excitement is about.

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Customer reviews

Well, just for those uniformed people out there: Manga isn't written "backwards." - That's its original format! THAT'S HOW IT'S SUPPOSED TO BE. You'll get used to it. In Japan they read right to left - it's not difficult to get used to. - This series is awesome. I'm a massive fan of Pokemon and have been since the 90's. Love it very much and this series (Adventures) goes right through every generation. This is a continuation of Pokemon Adventures and if you're not familiar with the game events I recommend starting at Adventures Vol 1 (or if you're a real fan you would anyway ;) ). Very nice art style - obviously the characters from the games and NOT the anime. Lovely work and great story.show more
by Sandy Edis
I purchased vol 1- vol 4, for my son. When they arrived we were very disappointed with the printing and binding of the books. They seem to have put the covers on back to front, so to read the comic you must start at what seems to be the back page, but is really the first page. Not only that, we found the flow of the storyline didn't appear to be following on from page to page at all. My son found it too difficult to follow the story, it seemed disjointed. I would not recommend this series, if this is what all the books are like.show more
by Yvonne Lipski