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Magical Pokémon Journey, Vol. 1: A Party with Pikachu by Yumi TsukirinoVol. 1
Magical Pokémon Journey #1.1: How Do You Do, Pikachu? by Yumi Tsukirino1.1
Magical Pokémon Journey #1.2: Cooking with Jigglypuff by Yumi Tsukirino1.2
Magical Pokémon Journey #1.3: Pokémon Holiday by Yumi Tsukirino1.3
Magical Pokémon Journey #1.4: Fun at the Beach by Yumi Tsukirino1.4
Magical Pokémon Journey, Vol. 2: Pokémon Matchmakers by Yumi TsukirinoVol. 2
Magical Pokémon Journey #2.1: Almond's Adventure Club by Yumi Tsukirino2.1
Magical Pokémon Journey #2.2: Eevee the Genius by Yumi Tsukirino2.2
Magical Pokémon Journey #2.3: Arbok's First Love by Yumi Tsukirino2.3
Magical Pokémon Journey #2.4: Hot Springs Pikachu by Yumi Tsukirino2.4
Magical Pokémon Journey, Vol. 3: Abra and Kadabra Magic by Yumi TsukirinoVol. 3
Pokemon Watcher's Diary (Magical Pokemon Journey Part 3 (Sagebrush)) by Yumi Tsukirino3.2
Magical Pokémon Journey #3.3: The Passionate Primeape3.3
Kadabra's Magic Show by Yumi Tsukirini3.4
Magical Pokémon Journey, Vol. 4: Friends and Families by Yumi TsukirinoVol. 4
Magical Pokémon Journey #4.1: Bulbasaur's Beau by Yumi Tsukirino4.1
Magical Pokemon Journey, Volume 4 Number 2: Love Potion Pursuit by Yumi Tsukirino4.2
Magical Pokémon Journey #4.3: Incredible Shrinking Hazel4.3
Magical Pokemon Journey Part 4, #4: Pokemon Sleepover by Yumi Tsukirino4.4
Magical Pokémon Journey, Vol. 5: Going Coconuts by Yumi TsukirinoVol. 5
Magical Pokémon Journey, Vol. 6: Gold & Silver by Yumi TsukirinoVol. 6
Magical Pokémon Journey, Vol. 7: From the Heart by Yumi TsukirinoVol. 7

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