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To date, the [[Pokémon Adventures]] manga has been released in omnibus format in four different countries: in Japan, {{pmin|Singapore}}, {{pmin|France}} and {{pmin|Spain}}.
 
==Japan==
==List of Pokémon Adventures omnibus volumes==
===Japan2011 releases===
====2011 releases====
In 2011, a series of omnibus releases were announced in Japan, collecting the {{chap|Ruby & Sapphire}}. The {{chap|Ruby & Sapphire}} was chosen due to its high popularity in Japan. These volumes were issued under [[Shogakukan]]'s "My First WIDE" brand.
 
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====2014 releases====
In 2014, [[Shogakukan]] announced that they would be releasing a new omnibus edition of the {{chap|Ruby & Sapphire}}, in commemoration of the release of [[Pokémon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire]]. The volumes will be released under [[Shogakukan]]'s "My First Series" brand, which are bargain-priced volumes sold only in Japanese convenience stores. A total of four volumes will be released, beginning with volume one on October 24. All four volumes are expected to be released by the end of December.
 
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===Singapore===
In January 2015, a new series of omnibus volumes was announced by [[Shogakukan Asia]], publishers of the Pokémon Adventures manga in {{pmin|Singapore}}. The new omnibuses will collect the {{chap|Ruby & Sapphire}}, originally found in {{PAV|15}} through {{PAV|22}}, over a series of four volumes. These releases use [[VIZ Media]]'s translation.
 
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===France===
====''Red, Green & Blue'' chapter and ''Yellow'' chapter====
Beginning in June 2014, {{pmin|France|European French}} publisher Kurokawa began releasing the {{chap|Red, Green & Blue}} and the {{chap|Yellow}} together as a series of three omnibus volumes. While the {{chap|Red, Green & Blue}} and the {{chap|Yellow}} had been previously released in France by publisher Glénat, these volumes feature a new translation. Kurokawa's omnibus volumes contain all the adventure route maps from the original Japanese volumes, but lack the character introduction pages from the beginning of the volumes.
 
====''Ruby & Sapphire'' chapter====
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Following the completion of the {{chap|Yellow}}, Kurokawa announced an omnibus release of the {{chap|Ruby & Sapphire}} to tie in with the newly released remake games, [[Pokémon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire]]. The chapter was released as three omnibus volumes, the first of which was released on December 11, 2014.
 
===''Gold & Silver'' chapter===
Kurokawa follows the launch of omnibus volumes with this chapter in 2016.
 
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! style="background: #6AA9E4; {{roundytl|5px}}" | Cover
! Cover
! style="background: #6AA9E4;" | Story arc volume
!
! style="background: #6AA9E4;" | Rounds included
! colspan="2" |
! style="background: #6AA9E4;" | ISBN
! style="background: #6AA9E4;" | Release date
|- style="background:#FFFFFF;" align="center"
| [[File:Pokémon Adventures FR omnibus 1.png|120px|Volume 1]]
| [[Pokémon Adventures omnibus 1|VolumeRed, Green & Blue and Yellow volume 1]]
| 1 - 33
| ISBN 2368520139
| June 12, 2014
|- style="background:#FFFFFF;" align="center"
| [[File:Pokémon Adventures FR omnibus 2.png|120px|Volume 2]]
| [[Pokémon Adventures omnibus 21|VolumeRed, Green & Blue and Yellow volume 2]]
| 34 - 60
| ISBN 2368520147
| August 28, 2014
|- style="background:#FFFFFF;" align="center"
| [[File:Pokémon Adventures FR omnibus 3.png|120px|Volume 3]]
| [[Pokémon Adventures omnibus 31|VolumeRed, Green & Blue and Yellow volume 3]]
| 61 - 90
| ISBN 2368520155
| November 13, 2014
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====''Ruby & Sapphire'' chapter====
Following the completion of the {{chap|Yellow}}, Kurokawa announced an omnibus release of the {{chap|Ruby & Sapphire}} to tie in with the newly released remake games, [[Pokémon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire]]. The chapter was released as three omnibus volumes, the first of which was released on December 11, 2014.
 
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|-
! Cover
! colspan="3" | Release information
! Rounds included
|- style="background:#FFFFFF;" align="center"
| [[File:Pokémon Adventures RS FR omnibus 1.png|120px|Volume 1]]
| Ruby and Shappire volume 1
| Volume 1
| 181 - ???
| ISBN 2368520899
| December 11, 2014
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|- style="background:#FFFFFF;" align="center"
| [[File:Pokémon Adventures RS FR omnibus 2.png|120px|Volume 2]]
| Ruby and Shappire volume 2
| Volume 2
| Unknown
| ISBN 2368520872
| March 12, 2015
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|- style="background:#FFFFFF;" align="center"
| [[File:Pokémon Adventures RS FR omnibus 3.jpg|120px|Volume 3]]
| Ruby and Shappire volume 3
| Volume 3
| ??? - 267
| ISBN 2368521542
| July 2, 2015
|- style="background:#FFFFFF;" align="center"
|
| [[File:Pokémon Adventures GS FR omnibus 1.png|120px|Volume 1]]
| Gold and Silver volume 1
| 91 - ???
| ISBN 2368522212
| February 11, 2016
|}
 
===Spain===
In October 2015, Spanish publisher {{wp|Norma Editorial}} announced they would be publishing the entirety of the [[Pokémon Adventures]] manga. Due to the length of the series (52 volumes at the time of announcing the license) and due to different story arcs often starting and ending partway through volumes, Norma Editorial has opted for an omnibus format, with 30 volumes expected so far. The volumes will have double numbering to accommodate fans who may wish to begin reading from a particular story arc. For example, the {{chap|Yellow}}, which will be published over two volumes, will be numbered as Yellow Volume 1 and Yellow Volume 2, and Volume 3 and Volume 4 of the series overall.
 
The first volume to be released was {{tt|Pokémon Rojo, Verde y Azul volume 1|Pokémon Red, Green and Blue volume 1}} on October 29, 2015. For their first releases, Norma Editorial will be alternating between the {{chap|Red, Green & Blue}} and the {{chap|Black & White}}.
 
====Available volumes====
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====Future volumes====
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