List of English language Pokémon Chronicles home video releases (Region 2)
Contender Entertainment Group released one boxed set for Chronicles on September 5, 2005. The set contains three volumes within a cardboard sleeve, but does not contain the entire series since volume 4 was not released at the time. Contender also released three individual volumes. However, volume 2 is a "Special Bumper Volume" (which contains volume 3 as a bonus within the same case), and as such volume 3 was not sold separately. The discs are the same, regardless if they are purchased in the boxed set or as individual volumes. Volume 4 is marketed as a "Bumper Edition" and can only be purchased as an individual volume. It is not included in the boxed set.
Volume 1 is available on DVD and VHS. The other volumes are only available on DVD.
Chronicles remains the only English-language series of the Pokemon anime to not have a Region 1 release. This home video release is exclusively on UK Region 2 DVDs.
Volume 1-3 Boxed set
This boxed set contains discs one through three. Its catalogue number is CTD10356. It contains the first 15 episodes of Chronicles as presented and ordered in the English version of the series, though merges the three parts of The Legend of Thunder! into one uninterrupted "feature length episode." There is a typo on disc three that spells "Aerodactyl" as "Aerodcactyl."
|Cover artwork||Disc number||Catalogue number||Episodes|
|One||CTD10323|| The Legend of Thunder!|
A Family That Battles Together Stays Together!
|Two||CTD10358|| Cerulean Blues|
We're No Angels
Showdown at the Oak Corral
The Blue Badge of Courage
|Three||CTD10372|| A Date with Delcatty|
Celebi and Joy
Journey to the Starting Line
Putting the Air Back in Aerodactyl
Chronicles was released on four individual DVD volumes by Contender in 2005. The four volumes contain all 22 episodes, merging The Legend of Thunder! into one "feature length episode." Volumes 2 and 3 were released together in a single case. Volume 4 can only be purchased individually.
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