Series: Pokémon Tales

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I'm Not Pikachu!: Pokemon Tales Movie Special (Pokemon Tales) by Junko WadaMovie Special 1
Pokémon Tales, Volume 1 : Charmander Sees A Ghost by Akihito Toda1
Pikachu's Unparalleled Adventure: Pokemon Tales Movie Special, Volume 2 by Toshihiro OnoMovie Special 2
Pokemon Tales, Volume 2: Come Out Squirtle! by Akihito Toda2
Pokemon Tales, Volume 3: Bulbasaur's Trouble by Akihito Toda3
Pokemon Tales, Volume 4: Pikachu's Day by Akihito Toda4
Pokémon Tales : Psyduck's Tongue Twisters by Akihito Toda5
Pokemon Tales, Volume 6: Where's Clefairy's Voice? by Akihito Toda6
Pokémon Tales : Fly On Butterfree by Akihito Toda7
Pokémon Tales : Dragonite's Christmas by Akihito Toda8
Pokémon Tales: Meet Mew! by Akihito Toda9
Pokemon Tales, Volume 10: Snorlax's Snack (Pokémon Tales) by Akihito Toda10
Pokémon Tales : Jigglypuff's Magic Lullaby by Megumi Hayashibara11
Pokémon Tales: Lapras Makes a Friend by Kunimi Kawamura12
Pokémon Tales: Diglett's Birthday Party by Junko Wada13
Togepi's Tears: Pokemon Tales, Vol. 21 by Akihito Toda21

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