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Inaugural issue to debut Tuesday
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Pokémon Fan Vol. 1

Shogakukan will release the first issue of Pokémon Fan magazine in Japan Tuesday. The magazine appears to be different from the publication of the same name made by Pokémon USA. The Japanese magazine will cover the Pokémon anime, Mystery Dungeon 2, Pokémon Battrio and other topics.

The magazine will cost 580 yen and has 91 pages, according to the table of contents listed on the magazine's official Web site. Extras included with the magazine, according to the site, include a holographic pencil board, stickers and a game.

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