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'''ポケモンファン''' ''Pokémon Fan'' is an official Pokémon magazine. It was released in Japan Tuesday, October 16, 2007, had 91 pages, and cost 580 yen.
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Revision as of 04:00, 20 May 2013

This article is about the publications given out at events. For the magazine of the video games, see Pokémon magazines.
If you were looking for the Trainer class in the games, see Pokéfan (Trainer class).
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United States

Pokémon Fan is a small publication usually given out at Pokémon events and game releases. Sometimes, this booklet reveals new information, such as release dates, for upcoming games.

Japan

The cover of vol. 1 of Pokémon Fan.

ポケモンファン Pokémon Fan is an official Pokémon magazine.

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