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- Yes. Nyktos 04:02, 29 June 2008 (UTC)
- I tried looking for them on the internet BUT IT'S HARD TO FIND----Ultamatecharizard 18:19, 3 November 2008 (UTC)
I know this might not be it but Tajiri wrote a manga/book or whaterver called "Catcher in The Packland"
So if he wrote that, then there must be a CM manga out there somewhere, but it is hard to find.
He was 10!
In 1975, he was 10 (born 1965) how would he be able to produce a manga and try to sell it? Has anyone actually seen this manga? Sounds like a bunch of Hogwash to me.- unsigned comment from Pancakeswordsman (talk • contribs) 09:48, 30 October 2008
- He started creating it, I don't think he released it until later on.--FF(edits-talk) 10:09, 14 January 2009 (UTC)
Capsule Monsters in Yu-Gi-Oh!?
I just did a Google search for Capsule Monsters, it seems there is something with the same name in Yu-Gi-Oh!. Taromon 21:32, 21 January 2010 (UTC)
- Capsule Monsters is a spin-off of the Yu-Gi-Oh! anime and the main plot of the original manga (Originally it wasn't about a card game). --Êlneth 13:16, 29 January 2010 (UTC)
- I own the original Manga. Capsule Monsters is a game within the manga before the series was rebooted to focus on card games. It was Mokuba's game. The manga came out the same year as the Pokemon games; 1996, & apparently someone involved with the Yugioh franchise had already trademarked Capsule Monsters.
Nidorino & Gengar?
Looking at the images, I'd agree that the Pokemon in the ball a few images over could be an early Nidorino or a Rhydon, but the one showing it's back in the first image looks like a Gengar with smaller spikes (or the Gen 3 backside of a Rhydon), & the other one looks like a Charizard with smaller wings & no hind legs.