‘Pokémon Platinum’ manga arrives in Brazil by Panini

If you are a true fan of “Pokémon” and loves diving into the adventures of this world, we have excellent news for you. Panini, one of the most renowned publishers in Brazil, announced that the “Pokémon Platinum” manga are about to reach the Brazilian market.

The best part? The two volumes of the saga will be released simultaneously in December, for an affordable price of R$36.90 each. Get ready to embark on a new “Pokémon” journey, full of twists and turns and exciting challenges.

‘Pokémon Platinum’: essential part of the ‘Pokémon Adventures’ saga

“Pokémon Platinum” is an essential part of the epic “Pokémon Adventures” saga, corresponding to volumes 38, 39 and 40 of the mango. This exciting story is written by Hidenori Kusaka and features magnificent illustrations created by Satoshi Yamamoto.

The “Platinum” arc was originally released in Japan between 2009 and 2010 and now, finally, it is on its way to Brazil. Before we dive into this new adventure, it’s important to know a little more about the story that awaits us.

The Pokémon Platinum manga will tell the exciting journey of Lady Platinum Berlitz in the Battle Frontier.

On this journey, she will also cross paths with Looker, a mysterious investigator who is conducting research in the Distortion World. Get ready to be immersed in a story full of action, discovery and epic challenges.

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‘Pokémon Adventures’: a successful manga

“Pokémon Adventures” is the mango derived from the popular Game Freak game franchise and is undoubtedly one of the most famous manga in Japan.

Since its release in 1997, this manga has captivated the hearts of fans, with a total of 64 volumes released to date, as well as several mini-volumes that have not yet been included in the main collection.

In Brazil, we also had the privilege of following sagas prior to the new announcement, such as the “Black & White” arc. The “Platinum” arc is based on the game “Pokémon Platinum”, which was originally released in 2008 in Japan for the Nintendo DS.

This game is an enhanced version of the popular “Pokémon Diamond & Pearl”, featuring not only an immersive narrative, but also new and exciting content.

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Now, fans will have the opportunity to experience this iconic story through the pages of this breathtaking manga.

With the imminent release of the manga for “Pokémon Platinum” by Panini, Brazilian Pokémon fans have many reasons to celebrate.

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