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Loretta's Pokemon Toy Blog
Corocoro Diamond & Pearl Pokedex
February 20, 2007

How does a 150+ page Japanese Diamond and Pearl Pokedex strike you?  If you haven't seen yet, the February Corocoro has a Pokedex/comic insert featuring approx. 158 pages of Pokedex with the flip/reverse containing a short Doraemon comic.  The Pokedex has one column data per Pokemon and one column comic strip featuring that particular Pokemon.  I have a similar Pokedex for Ruby/Sapphire which I obtained as part of a 2 volume set with the second volume being just comics (published by Shogakukan, of course).  This was a nice surprise for me, as I don't read Japanese just yet, so, I'm not always sure what I'm seeing on Corocoro's website!  :)

As I browsed the Corocoro, I ran across new Eevee-lutions, which I'm sure you may have already seen if you've been surfing Japanese Pokemon sites.  Wikipedia has some entries:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Leafia
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Glacia


http://www.corocoro.tv/html/getucoro/huroku.html

Loretta



 
 


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