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Pojo's Unofficial Total Pokemon Paperback – March, 2004
Pokeman History: a complete review of all things Pokemon from creation in 1996- Anime History: A look at the television series, movies, and more- Video Games: There's game descriptions and walk-throughs of each popular game in the series; Red, Blue and Yellow; Pinhall; Gold, Silver, Platinum; Pokemon Stadium; Pokemon Ruhy ek Sapphire; and others- Collectible Card Game: We cover complete history and rules, each and every U.S. set, most collectihle cards, killer decks, and strategy articles
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About the breasts thing... oh yes. That's exactly why the episode was banned in America. Japan has slightly higher standards than America, and some things that are considered unhealthy for American viewers are considered a tad extreme, but still okay for Japanese viewers. (Japanese Pokemon watchers are from 9-15.) And even then, this is definitely not the norm for Pokemon. The episode has never been shown again. I agree it was kind of silly to put the picture there, but in the context, if you read closely enough, it would've made sense. And five years old is still a little too young for that book's level in general... try maybe eight, at least.
(I wonder if I should've told them it was Jam- OOPS. Well, not my problem they zoomed through the book without a second glance.)
- Officer Jordan, the same person who wrote the Pokemon defense on another page. Remember, kids, happiness is a warm Pokeball.
First, there's a History of the Pokemon Phenomenon. Then Pojo breaks the book into 3 sections: Anime, Video Games, and Trading Card Game.
The Anime section has a list of every episode, and highlights from each League/Region. It details when everyone left, joined, etc. Kind of cool.
The Video Game section has a brief look at all the Pokemon Video Games. Then there are quick walkthrough's for all the handheld RPG's (Red, Blue, Yellow, Gold, Silver, Crystal, Ruby & Sapphire). This actually had me breaking out Pokemon Red again and starting it over. I forgot how fun that game was again!
The last 1/2 of the book is all about the cards. There's a review of every set ever created in the U.S., and a Top List from every set. There are also over a dozen Killer Decks from the Pojo writers. Then Pojo has a look at the rarest and most collectible Japanese Cards. Writers include Pokepop, STS Champ Heidi Craig, Gym Leader Phil, Otaku, Meganium45, Bondi and other popular TCG Pokemon players.
If you are at into Pokemon, and want to get re-caught up with what has happened the last 4 years, this book is a lot of fun ... and well worth 10 bucks.
This book covers many aspects of Pokemon, including the cartoon. In a section where they are telling about episodes that were not televised in the U.S. they show a picture of big breasted females. As a reader of this book, you can't overlook this picture because the female with the biggest breast is holding her big breast. On another picture in the book there is a lady with breast so big that her face looks like it is off in the distance. The closeup is on her breast.
[...] This book is not the best choice for young Pokemon fans.