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The Pokemon Visual Companion is the Ultimate Guide to the Pokemon Animated Series

The Pokemon Visual Companion is the Ultimate Guide to the Pokemon Animated Series
James
  • On November 21, 2013

DK publishing and The Pokemon Company announce the release of the Pokemon Visual Companion. The book offers over 208 pages of ultimate knowledge on the Pokemon Animated Series.

Features:

  • The ultimate reference to key characters, famous battles, and important places.
  • Every region up through Unova is covered, including events, people, and Pokémon.
  • Trace Ash’s journey and get to know his Pokémon, friends, and travel companions, as well as villains and rivals throughout the Pokémon world!
  • Learn the powerful life lessons that Pokémon teaches!

The Pokemon Visual Companion can be purchased, starting December 2nd, for $16.99.

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Indianapolis, IN – November 21, 2013 – DK is thrilled to announce the Pokémon Visual Companion. This entertaining and informative volume packs the Pokémon world between its covers with amazing artwork, fascinating facts, and comical anecdotes. This is truly a must-have reference for every Pokémon fan!
This book will introduce you to many of the brave, sneaky, interesting, and prominent people in the Pokémon world. You will see what it takes to become a Pokémon Trainer (a human that makes Pokémon and human partnerships his or her priority) a Contest Coordinator, and a Pokémon breeder. Are you ready?

Features (9781465403926, $16.99, 7.5” x 9.5”, 208 pages):
The ultimate reference to key characters, famous battles, and important places.
Every region up through Unova is covered, including events, people, and Pokémon.
Trace Ash’s journey and get to know his Pokémon, friends, and travel companions, as well as villains and rivals throughout the Pokémon world!
Learn the powerful life lessons that Pokémon teaches!

Visit http://us.dk.com to purchase the Pokémon Visual Companion when it hits store shelves on December 2nd.

  • Ningeek185

    I personally think that the anime is a bit too… childish. The past episodes, meaning the first ever ones, were the best. Actually, they were really good, because there just seems to be a hope that Pokemon is real in young children’s minds.