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Pages in category "Manga volumes in need of covers"
The following 169 pages are in this category, out of 169 total.
A
Arceus and the Jewel of Life (graphic novel)
Arceus and the Jewel of Life (manga)
Ash and Pikachu volume 1
Ash and Pikachu volume 2
Ash and Pikachu volume 3
Ash and Pikachu volume 4
Ash and Pikachu volume 5
Ash and Pikachu volume 6B
Be the Best! Pokémon B+WC
Celebi: a Timeless Encounter (graphic novel)
Cooking With JigglypuffD
Destiny Deoxys (manga)E
Eggcellent Togepi
Electric Tale of Pikachu volume 1
Electric Tale of Pikachu volume 2
Electric Tale of Pikachu volume 3
Electric Tale of Pikachu volume 4
Emperor of the Crystal Tower (graphic novel)G
Giratina and the Sky Warrior (graphic novel)
Giratina and the Sky Warrior (manga)
Green Jealousy
Guardian Gods of the City of Water: Latias and Latios (graphic novel)H
Hoopa and the Clash of Ages (manga)
How Do You Do, Pikachu?K
Kadabra's Magic ShowL
Lucario and the Mystery of Mew (manga)M
Magical Pokémon Journey volume 1
Magical Pokémon Journey volume 2
Magical Pokémon Journey volume 3
Magical Pokémon Journey volume 4
Magical Pokémon Journey volume 5
Mission: MagmarP
Pocket Monsters B2 W2 ~ A New Legend ~
Pocket Monsters BW: The Heroes of Fire and Thunder
Pocket Monsters DP volume 1
Pocket Monsters DP volume 2
Pocket Monsters DP volume 3
Pocket Monsters DP volume 4
Pocket Monsters DP volume 5
Pocket Monsters HGSS Jō's Big Adventure
Pocket Monsters Special Omega Ruby Alpha Sapphire volume 1
Pocket Monsters Special Omega Ruby Alpha Sapphire volume 2
Pocket Monsters Special Omega Ruby Alpha Sapphire volume 3
Pokémon Adventures volume 1
Pokémon Adventures volume 10
Pokémon Adventures volume 11
Pokémon Adventures volume 12
Pokémon Adventures volume 13
Pokémon Adventures volume 14
Pokémon Adventures volume 15
Pokémon Adventures volume 16
Pokémon Adventures volume 17
Pokémon Adventures volume 18
Pokémon Adventures volume 19
Pokémon Adventures volume 2
Pokémon Adventures volume 20
Pokémon Adventures volume 21
Pokémon Adventures volume 22
Pokémon Adventures volume 23
Pokémon Adventures volume 24
Pokémon Adventures volume 25
Pokémon Adventures volume 26
Pokémon Adventures volume 27
Pokémon Adventures volume 28
Pokémon Adventures volume 29
Pokémon Adventures volume 3
Pokémon Adventures volume 30
Pokémon Adventures volume 31
Pokémon Adventures volume 32
Pokémon Adventures volume 33
Pokémon Adventures volume 34
Pokémon Adventures volume 35
Pokémon Adventures volume 36
Pokémon Adventures volume 37
Pokémon Adventures volume 38
Pokémon Adventures volume 39
Pokémon Adventures volume 4
Pokémon Adventures volume 40
Pokémon Adventures volume 41
Pokémon Adventures volume 42
Pokémon Adventures volume 43
Pokémon Adventures volume 44
Pokémon Adventures volume 45
Pokémon Adventures volume 46
Pokémon Adventures volume 47
Pokémon Adventures volume 48
Pokémon Adventures volume 49
Pokémon Adventures volume 5
Pokémon Adventures volume 50
Pokémon Adventures volume 51
Pokémon Adventures volume 52
Pokémon Adventures volume 53
Pokémon Adventures volume 6
Pokémon Adventures volume 7
Pokémon Adventures volume 8
Pokémon Adventures volume 9
Pokémon Adventures XY volume 1
Pokémon Adventures XY volume 2
Pokémon Adventures XY volume 3
Pokémon Adventures XY volume 4
Pokémon Adventures XY volume 5
Pokémon Adventures XY volume 6
Pokémon Black and White volume 16
Pokémon Black and giochi online ù - mecha rpg monster mmorpg, White volume 17
Pokémon Black and White volume 18
Pokémon Black and White volume 19
Pokémon Black and White volume 20
Pokémon Diamond and Pearl Adventure! volume 1
Pokémon Diamond and Pearl Adventure! volume 2
Pokémon Diamond and Pearl Adventure! volume 3
Pokémon Diamond and Pearl Adventure! volume 4
Pokémon Diamond and Pearl Adventure! volume 5
Pokémon Diamond and Pearl Adventure! volume 6
Pokémon Diamond and Pearl Adventure! volume 7
Pokémon Diamond and Pearl Adventure! volume 8
Pokémon Gold & Silver: The Golden Boys volume 1
Pokémon Gold & Silver: The Golden Boys volume 2
Pokémon Gold & Silver: The Golden Boys volume 3
Pokémon Gotta Catch 'Em All volume 1
Pokémon Gotta Catch 'Em All volume 2
Pokémon Gotta Catch 'Em All volume 3
Pokémon Gotta Catch 'Em All volume 4
Pokémon Gotta Catch 'Em All volume 5
Pokémon Horizon volume 1
Pokémon Horizon volume 2
Pokémon Pocket Monsters volume 1
Pokémon Pocket Monsters volume 10
Pokémon Pocket Monsters volume 11
Pokémon Pocket Monsters volume 12
Pokémon Pocket Monsters volume 13
Pokémon Pocket Monsters volume 14
Pokémon Pocket Monsters volume 2
Pokémon Pocket Monsters volume 3
Pokémon Pocket Monsters volume 4
Pokémon Pocket Monsters volume 5
Pokémon Pocket Monsters volume 6
Pokémon Pocket Monsters volume 7
Pokémon Pocket Monsters volume 8
Pokémon Pocket Monsters volume 9
Pokémon Ranger and the Temple of the Sea (manga)
Pokémon Ruby-Sapphire volume 1
Pokémon Ruby-Sapphire volume 2
Pokémon Ruby-Sapphire volume 3
Pokémon Ruby-Sapphire volume 4
Pokémon Ruby-Sapphire volume 5
Pokémon Ruby-Sapphire volume 6
Pokémon the First Movie (graphic novel)
Pokémon the Movie 2000 (graphic novel)
Pokémon Try Adventure volume 1
Pokémon Try Adventure volume 2
Pokémon Try Adventure volume 3R
Raichu's Best Friend
Rockabye PokémonS
Swimming with the QwilfishT
Team Rocket Returns (Adventures)
The Art of Pokémon Adventures
The Art of Pokémon The First Movie
The Art of Pokémon the Movie 2000
The Dangerous Dragonite
The Final Challenge!
The Gastly Ghosts
The Hunt for Eevee
The Nidoking Safari
The Rise of Darkrai (manga)
The Snorlax StopV
Volcanion and the Mechanical Marvel (manga)W
Wanted: Pikachu
White—Victini and Zekrom (manga)Z
Zoroark: Master of Illusions (manga)

Source : https://bulbapedia.bulbagarden.net/wiki/Category:Manga_volumes_in_need_of_covers

The cover of the first part of the manga (June 2005 issue)
Lucario and the Mystery of Mew (Japanese: ミュウと波導の勇者 ルカリオ Mew and the Wave-Guiding Hero: Lucario) is a short manga adaptation of the movie of the same name. It was adapted by Emiko Yoshino and Hidenori Kusaka and published in 小学4年生 Year 4 Students magazine issues June 2005, July 2005, and August 2005. There are also at least two other manga adaptations of the same movie, a long one by Shigekatsu Ihara and another short one by Miho Asada.

Differences between the anime and the manga

This section is incomplete.Please feel free to edit this section to add missing information and complete it.

Related articles
Lucario and the Mystery of Mew

Movie manga adaptations

M01 • M02 • M03 • M04 • M05 • M06 • M07M08 • M08 short (Yoshino Emiko) • M08 short (Miho Asada) • M09 • M09 short • M10 • M11 • M12 M13 • M14 • M15 • M16 • M17 • M18 • M19 • M20 (1) • M20 (2) • M21 • M22

Source : https://bulbapedia.bulbagarden.net/wiki/Lucario_and_the_Mystery_of_Mew_(Emiko_Yoshino_short_manga)

Benji
Benji (Japanese: シロウ Shirō) is a character of the day who appeared in Mountain Time.
Benji and his father are part of the Mountain Patrol, using Ledian to help them do their job. To help train these Ledian, Benji's father has a Pidgeotto to simulate the strong winds that occur in the mountains.
Benji took Ash and his friends out to the woods to show them how he trained his Ledian. Suddenly, an unusual wind whipped up and Benji's Ledian was blown away. They soon discovered that the wind was caused by a vacuum machine used by Team Rocket. The same machine was used to suck up Pikachu and Togepi. Benji ordered Ledian to go after Team Rocket, but the machine's wind proved to be too strong. Soon, a real wind caused Team Rocket's blew balloon away and they crashed into the mountains.
Benji and Ledian helped the gang navigate the mountains and recover their stolen Pokémon. He was initially not confident in his abilities, but his knowledge of the area and rescue experience led him to take the lead. They later found Team Rocket teetering on a rock on a tip of a mountain. Benji pulled out a rope and net from his bag, and with Ledian's assistance they rigged up a zipline to rescue Team Rocket, Pikachu and Togepi. A rock dragged down the rope, but Ledian managed to harness all of its strength to get everyone onto the ground safely.
Team Rocket then tried to run off with Pikachu and Togepi, but were stopped by Benji's dad. Benji and his dad then teamed up and used both of their Ledian to save Pikachu and Togepi. After Pikachu and Togepi were saved, night fell and the first stars began to appear in the sky and Benji's Ledian's spots on its back started to glow. Benji's father then promoted his son to "Officer of the Mountain Patrol" because of his brave actions.

Pokémon

Ledian

Benji's Ledian is part of Mountain Patrol which helps people stranded in the mountains. It was shown to be smaller than the Ledian owned by Benji's father and was seen still training itself to become faster and stronger for future rescue assignments. Ash and Pikachu first saw it while running through the mountains and chased after it. It suddenly got into strong winds, caused by Benji's father's Pidgeotto and failed to get through it, which was revealed to be part of a training regiment.
Later, Team Rocket appeared with their new vacuum device, sucking in Pikachu and Togepi. Ledian tried to save them, but it was blown backwards. Benji and the gang decided to save them, but a sudden rockslide blocked their way, so they had to use a rope ladder. Though the rope broke because of a strong gust, though Ledian and Ash's Noctowl were able to bring everyone to safety.
Ledian decided to look for Team Rocket and the lost Pokémon, and it soon located them balanced on a precarious rock. Ash's Bulbasaur couldn't reach them with Vine Whip, so Ledian decided to step in. Ledian helped Benji create a zipline, and carefully slided everyone to the ground in a net. Team Rocket went on to capture Pikachu and Togepi once again. Ledian attempted to fight back, but it was struck down by a Vine Whip from James's Victreebel. Ledian then paired up with Benji's father's Ledian for a combined Swift attack. The joint effort helped free the stolen Pokémon, and Pikachu sent Team Rocket blasting off.
That night when the stars started to appear, the spots on Ledian's back began to glow a red color and it flew in the sky with Benji's father's Ledian, sprinkling dust. Benji's father revealed that a Ledian's glowing back spots indicate that it is well trained, and he the n awared Benji the position of Mountain Officer from his father.
Ledian's known moves are Swift and Comet Punch*.

Debut

Mountain Time

Voice actors

Japanese

Rikako Aikawa

English

Voice actors

Language

Voice actor

今井由香 Yuka Imai

Amy Birnbaum

Finnish

Jenni Sivonen

Hebrew

אייל כהן Eyal Cohen

Polish

Renata Berger

European Spanish

Amelia Jara

This article is part of Project COD, a Bulbapedia project that aims to write comprehensive articles on each one-time character of the Pokémon anime.

Source : https://bulbapedia.bulbagarden.net/wiki/Benji

Rename page?
In light of the Pokemon Picross 3DS game being released next month, should we move this page to something to the tune of "Pokémon Picross (1999)" or "Pokémon Picross (unreleased)"? Or should we feature both games on the same page and treat the game like it was in development hell for 17 years? 梅子❀✿ 01:28, 13 November 2015 (UTC)

I think that it should either go to "Pokémon Picross (unreleased)", similar to unaired episodes, or "Pokémon Picross (Game Boy)". The new one could take over "Pokémon Picross", or go to "Pokémon Picross (3DS)", while this page becomes a disambiguation. If the former is done, we should probably add a "Pokémon Picross (disambiguation)". Bigpboy (talk) 02:43, 13 November 2015 (UTC)
I agree that a page move is necessary, but we should get a replacement page ready for the new game before we move it. Once the replacement is ready, someone with moving privileges can handle moving both pages at once. It also serves to keep it in userspace until it's sufficiently ready for mainspace. Additionally, since the other title is relatively unknown, I think the new title should take over this actual page, and a disambituation link appear at the top of the page; there's no need to disambiguate it otherwise.
If a new page is already started in userspace, I'll join in setting it up. CycloneGU (talk) 03:59, 13 November 2015 (UTC)
Abcboy has already prepared a page (but has not put it on Bulbapedia yet). I think we should move the page to "Pokémon Picross (Game Boy Color)", and make this page the 3DS game. --SnorlaxMonster 04:18, 13 November 2015 (UTC)
Oh, whoops. I just created one myself at User:CycloneGU/Pokémon Picross. We can merge elements of them, though, as only one is needed. CycloneGU (talk) 04:44, 13 November 2015 (UTC)
Just checked Abcboy's contributions and he has not created a page. Use mine for the time being, again since we only need one. Feel free to edit it as if it were mainspace. CycloneGU (talk) 04:50, 13 November 2015 (UTC)
Higher-Res Scan
I found some better resolution scans of the magazine scans. I, however, cannot upload it to the archives. So if someone could, we'd all appreciate it. Here, Here, and Here --Mefredbob (talk) 03:27, 5 February 2019 (UTC)

Which twitter account are they from out of curiosity so sourcing can be done appropriately --Spriteit (talk) 00:50, 7 February 2019 (UTC)

Source : https://bulbapedia.bulbagarden.net/wiki/Talk:Pokémon_Picross_(Game_Boy_Color)