Pokemon Diamond and Pearl Adventure by Shigekatsu Ihara


Pokemon Diamond and Pearl Adventure by Shigekatsu Ihara

The fourth generation of the franchise, Diamond and Pearl, debuted in Japan in 2006, and is the most successful Pokemon release since the original series, selling more than 10 million video game units worldwide (and 3.4 million units in the U.S. since its 2007 debut).

About the Author

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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192 pages


Shigekatsu Ihara
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Publication date

31st August 2008



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