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'''Ash & Pikachu''' (Japanese: '''サトシとピカチュウ''' ''Satoshi to Pikachu'') is a manga based directly on the [[Pokémon anime]].
 
'''Ash & Pikachu''' (Japanese: '''サトシとピカチュウ''' ''Satoshi to Pikachu'') is a manga based directly on the [[Pokémon anime]].
   
Unlike the [[Electric Tale of Pikachu]], which takes certain aspects of the anime and retells the stories in new ways, Ash & Pikachu simply takes stills and pictures directly from the anime itself, assembles them sequentially, and adds word-bubbled for dialogue and sound effects. The plot and characters of each chapter is 100% identical to a corresponding anime episode.
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This manga, while not having striking differences like [[Electric Tale of Pikachu]], does put a few twists on certain episodes of the anime by retelling it in a fun way. For example, the second chapter of the first volume combines the Pokemon Fortune Telling episode and Ash's match against [[Whitney]], but with a couple of changes.
 
An collection of it was released in North America, and six chapters were run in Nintendo Power magazine when [[Pokémon Red and Blue]] were first released. Each issue also came with part of a strategy guide for the games.
 
   
 
Ash & Pikachu is made by [[Takashi Teshirogi]].
 
Ash & Pikachu is made by [[Takashi Teshirogi]].

Revision as of 01:34, 3 November 2006

Ash & Pikachu (Japanese: サトシとピカチュウ Satoshi to Pikachu) is a manga based directly on the Pokémon anime.

This manga, while not having striking differences like Electric Tale of Pikachu, does put a few twists on certain episodes of the anime by retelling it in a fun way. For example, the second chapter of the first volume combines the Pokemon Fortune Telling episode and Ash's match against Whitney, but with a couple of changes.

Ash & Pikachu is made by Takashi Teshirogi.

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