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Fliers and posters that were distributed at the "Jisedai World Hobby Fair Winter 2011" have announced that a new {{bp|Pokémon}} manga is to start serialization in {{bp|Shogakukan}}'s {{wp|Weekly Shōnen Sunday|"Weekly Shōnen Sunday"}} in Japan. This manga was announced as more mature than previous titles, '''aiming at the older audience.''' Previous Pokémon manga, such as {{bp|Pokémon Adventures}} ran in Shogakukan's Monthly {{bp|CoroCoro Comics}}, aiming to a younger audience.
   
[http://www.animenewsnetwork.com/news/2011-01-16/new-pokemon-manga-to-run-in-shonen-sunday-mag-in-march Anime News Network] have reported that fliers and posters at the recent "Jisedai World Hobby Fair Winter 2011" have revealed that a new {{bp|Pokémon}} manga is to start in {{bp|Shogakukan}}'s acclaimed [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sh%C5%8Dnen_Sunday "Weekly Shonen Sunday"] Manga anthology magazine in Japan. This manga is set to be more mature than previous titles, '''aiming at the older audience.''' This fits with statements given by GameFreak before the launch of {{bp|Pokémon Black and White Versions}}, where they revealed that the games were made with the older audience in mind, as well as that of the younger.
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Some of the titles that ran in Shōnen Sunday include ''{{wp|The World God Only Knows}}'', ''{{wp|Detective Conan}}'' (known as ''Case Closed'' outside of Japan), ''{{wp|Hayate the Combat Butler}}'' and ''{{wp|InuYasha}}''.
   
Some of the titles that have ran in Weekly Shonen Sunday include [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_World_God_Only_Knows "The World Only God Knows"], [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Detective_Conan "Detective Conan]" (known as "Case Closed" outside of Japan), [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hayate_the_Combat_Butler "Hayate the Combat Butler"] and [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/InuYasha "InuYasha"].
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* [http://www.animenewsnetwork.com/news/2011-01-16/new-pokemon-manga-to-run-in-shonen-sunday-mag-in-march Anime News Network]
Previous Pokémon manga, such as {{bp|Pokémon Adventures}} have ran in Shogakukan's Monthly {{bp|CoroCoro}} Comic, aiming at a younger audience.
 

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Fliers and posters that were distributed at the "Jisedai World Hobby Fair Winter 2011" have announced that a new Pokémon manga is to start serialization in Shogakukan's "Weekly Shōnen Sunday" in Japan. This manga was announced as more mature than previous titles, aiming at the older audience. Previous Pokémon manga, such as Pokémon Adventures ran in Shogakukan's Monthly CoroCoro Comics, aiming to a younger audience.

Some of the titles that ran in Shōnen Sunday include The World God Only Knows, Detective Conan (known as Case Closed outside of Japan), Hayate the Combat Butler and InuYasha.

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