Pokemon Adventures, Vol. 7 (2nd Edition), Paperback Book

Pokemon Adventures, Vol. 7 (2nd Edition) Paperback

Illustrated by Hidenori Kusaka

Part of the Pokemon series

4.5 out of 5 (1 rating)


Red doesn't just want to train Pokemon, he wants to be their friend too.

Read along as Red embarks on adventures with Pikachu, Bulbasaur and others that follow storylines from the videogames!

On her search for famous Pokemon trainer Red, Yellow Caballero finds both human and Pokemon friends - and enemies.

Now Yellow must team up with other trainers, gym leaders - and even evil Team Rocket - to fight the Elite Four!

Prepare to battle the Elite Four's top trainer Lance, Yellow Caballero...

It'll take everything you have and everybody you know to beat him!


  • Format: Paperback
  • Pages: 200 pages
  • Publisher: Viz Media, Subs. of Shogakukan Inc
  • Publication Date:
  • Category: Manga
  • ISBN: 9781421530604



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Erika has managed to learn Team Rocket's true objective in attacking the region's various towns - they're after the Gym Leader's Badges! But why?Back on Cerise Island, Yellow Caballero and Blaine, who has the mysterious Mewtwo with him, team up against Lance. But can Yellow defeat the leader of the Elite Four? And what about the others? Can Green and Sabrina manage to work together against Lorelei? How will Red's match against Bruno end - and how did he escape in the first place? Don't miss the exciting climax to Yellow's story!This series has a lot of draws including cutely drawn characters and mysterious creatures, but perhaps the most significant are the thrilling battles. In Pokémon Adventures, battles aren't simply about making the opponent lose consciousness - especially when you're fighting against an evil organization. They can be gravely injured - to the point of losing limbs or even death, forcing trainers to think on their feet. And when even destroying another trainer's poke ball to prevent him from releasing his creatures is considered a valid strategy, there's little room for error. This manga succeeds in bringing Pokémon battles to a whole other level!