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* [[Bill]] helps Red with his [[Pokémon Storage System]].
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==Party changes==
==Party changes==

Revision as of 05:21, 29 November 2012

Pokémon Adventures
Volume 2
Pokémon Adventures volume 1
Rounds included PS001 - PS014
Manga series Pokémon Adventures

Volume 1: Desperado Pikachu is the first volume of the Pokémon Adventures manga and also the first of three volumes in the Red, Green & Blue chapter. It is authored by 日下秀憲 Hidenori Kusaka and illustrated by 真斗 Mato.


Edition Country Company Date ISBN
First Edition by Shōgakukan First
Japan Shōgakukan August 8, 1997 ISBN 4091493319
First Edition by VIZ Media First
US/Canada VIZ Media April 2000 ISBN 1569315078
Second Edition by VIZ Media Second
US/Canada VIZ Media June 2, 2009 ISBN 1421530546
First Edition by Chuang Yi First
Singapore Chuang Yi May 2000 ISBN 9812318925
First Edition by Daewon C.I. First
South Korea Daewon C.I. Unknown ISBN ????


Important events

Party changes


The following Pokémon are obtained:


The following Pokémon evolve:

Gym battles

Red defeats the following Gym Leaders:

Character summary

This is Red's Pokédex information and party at the end of this volume.

Red's Pokédex

  • Gym Badges: 2
  • Pokémon seen: 56
  • Pokémon owned: 26

Monthly releases

Issue #1: Mysterious Mew

Preceding the release of Volume 1 in North America were five monthly releases containing three rounds each, comprising the entire Volume 1 as well as the first round of Volume 2. These monthly comic book issues were released by VIZ Media between October 1999 and January 2000, followed by the Volume 1 release in April. As a bonus, these monthly releases each contained a sheet of stickers which were not included in the regular volume releases. The following monthly comic book issues were released:


  • Despite Red's Poli debuting as a Poliwhirl, the contents page of this volume show Red with a Poliwag.
  • Charmander is shown to have spines on its back on the title page, this is the same as on its Generation I back sprites, but is absent in those of future generations.


There are a few spelling and grammar errors in the brief description of the second volume.

    • "See Red in his disguise!" is "See Red is disguise!".
    • "An appearance by Mew!" is "An appearans by Mew!".
    • "A mysterious living thing!" is "Mysterious Living Thing!".

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