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Pokémon Adventures
Yellow chapter
Red, Green & Blue chapter
Chapter 1
Red, Green and Blue Adventures.png
Red, Green, and Blue with their starter Pokémon
Rounds 40
(PS001 - PS040)
Region Kanto
Preceded by None
Followed by Yellow chapter

The Red, Green & Blue chapter (Japanese: 第1章 赤 ・ 緑 ・ 青編 The First Chapter: Red, Green, and Blue) is the first chapter of the Pokémon Adventures manga, consisting of forty rounds and spanning three volumes. It was authored by 日下秀憲 Hidenori Kusaka and illustrated by 真斗 Mato.

The chapter features the journeys of Red and Blue through Kanto, conquering the eight Gyms and the Pokémon League. Later, a third Trainer, Green, comes into the plot. Together, they destroy Team Rocket, an evil organization that uses Pokémon for illegal actions. Red also assists Blaine in capturing Mewtwo and saves a young girl from wild Pokémon in Viridian Forest. Eventually, Red defeats Blue in the Pokémon League.


Monthly issues

In addition, the first 15 rounds of the manga were published by VIZ Media in five monthly issues:


Main article: List of rounds in the first chapter of Pokémon Adventures

Important events

Party changes


The following Pokémon are obtained:


The following Pokémon evolve:


The following Pokémon are removed or given away:

Gym Battles

Red, Green and Blue defeat the following Gym Leaders:

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