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CoroCoro Comics (Japanese: コロコロ コミック CoroCoro Comics) is a Japanese magazine published by Shogakukan. The name comes from the Japanese phenomime korokoro, meaning a small, fat, spherical thing, because kids supposedly like them.
CoroCoro regularly promotes toys and video games related to manga franchises, releasing stories and articles featuring them. Pokémon owes its big success in Japan to this in a way; Pocket Monsters Blue was sold exclusively through the magazine at first. This in turn helped CoroCoro's sales as well. Throughout its history, CoroCoro has held many illustration contests for the Pokémon Trading Card Game.
The magazine has two bi-monthly sisters: Bessatsu CoroCoro and CoroCoro Ichiban!.

Contents

1 History
2 Other series

2.1 1970s
2.2 1980s
2.3 1990s
2.4 2000s
2.5 2010's

3 External links

History
The magazine was launched in 1977, aiming at young elementary-school age boys, younger than the age for shōnen readers, which is about teenager age, but then became one of the most popular magazines in Japan. CoroCoro is now currently a monthly manga magazine, along with its three sister publications, Bessatsu CoroCoro and CoroCoro Ichiban!, which are only released every two months; and CoroCoro G, which is released twice a year. It is known as a source for Pokémon news, as many announcements pertaining to both the anime and games come to fans by way of the magazine. It also showcases Pokémon manga, having released Pokémon Adventures since the Gold, Silver & Crystal chapter. In addition to Pokémon, other popular CoroCoro comics include Doraemon, Donkey Kong, Kirby, and Beyblade.

Other series
Besides Pokémon, CoroCoro also promotes other manga series. This is a list of those series.

1970s
Doraemon
Game Center Arashi
1980s
Bikkuriman
Oyaji-chan
Dash! Yonkuro
Dodge Danpei
Ganbare Kickers
1990s
Ape Escape
Crash Bandicoot
Donkey Kong
Duel Masters
Fatal Fury Special
Kirby
Bakusō Kyōdai Let's & Go!!
Macross 7
Ore wa Otoko da! Kunio-kun
Street Fighter II V
Super B-Daman
Cyborg Kuro-chan
Speed Racer
Super Mario-kun
Tamagotchi
Wataru
Zoids
2000s
Duel Masters
Battle B-Daman
Beyblade
Bomberman Jetters
Crash B-Daman
Croket!
Dorabase
Grandpa Danger|Denjyarasu Jiisan
Hidemaru the soccer boy
Inazuma Eleven
Jak x Daxter ~Itachi de Waruika!!~
Keshikasu-kun
Kiyohara-kun
Mushiking|FF7AC
MegaMan NT Warrior|Rockman EXE
Ratchet & Clank – Gagaga! Ginga no Gakeppuchi Densetsu
Ryusei no Rockman
Sonic! Dash & Spin
I'm Galileo!
Kirby of the Stars
Sap-kun
Tamagotchi
2010's
Baku Tech! Bakugan
B-Daman Crossfire|Cross Fight B-daman
Little Battlers Experience|Danball Senki
Grandpa Danger|Denjyarasu Jiisan Jya!
Future Card Buddyfight
Metal Fight Beyblade Explosion
Metal Fight Beyblade 4D
Metal Fight Beyblade Zero-G
External links
Official CoroCoro site (Japanese)
Wikipedia article (English)

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



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Eelektrik has been featured on giochi gratis per windows 7 in italiano; Oyun cepte pokemon go monstermmorpg (monster mmorpg), different cards since it debuted in the Noble Victories expansion of the Pokémon Trading Card Game. Eelektrik cards are normally Lightning-type Stage 1 Pokémon.

List of Pokémon cards featuring Eelektrik

EelektrikCards listed with a blue background are only legal to use in the current Expanded format.Cards listed with a silver background are legal to use in both the current Standard and Expanded formats.

Card

Type

EnglishExpansion

Rarity

#

JapaneseExpansion

Eelektrik

Noble Victories

40/101

Red Collection

026/066

Master Deck Build Box EX

012/046

Dark Explorers

46/108

Dark Rush

031/069

Plasma Blast

32/101

Megalo Cannon

024/076

Primal Clash

63/160

Tidal Storm

037/070

64/160

038/070

Burning Shadows

45/147

Darkness that Consumes Light

016/051

Miracle Twin

026/094

This article is part of Project TCG, a Bulbapedia project that aims to report on every aspect of the Pokémon Trading Card Game.

Source : https://bulbapedia.bulbagarden.net/wiki/Eelektrik_(TCG)

Ed Goldfarb is the current composer of the score for the English-language dub of the Pokémon anime. Goldfarb joined the series in Pokémon the Series: XY, replacing John Loeffler and David Wolfert. He is a member of The Sad Truth, who is credited for performing the English opening themes of the XY series and Sun & Moon series.

Credits
Producer credits
Pokémon Theme (Version XY)
Open My Eyes
Be a Hero
The Key to Me
Every Side Of Me
Join the Band
Stand Tall
Soul-Heart
Under The Alolan Sun
Pokémon Theme (Gotta Catch 'Em All)
I Choose You
Under The Alolan Moon
The Power of Us
The Challenge of Life
Official website
Interview with Ed Goldfarb
Ed Goldfarb on Twitter

This music-related article is a stub. You can help Bulbapedia by expanding it.

This article is part of Project Music, a Bulbapedia project that aims to write comprehensive articles on each Pokémon song, CD and musician.

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

Flaaffy  モココ Mokoko

Illus. Kyoko Umemoto

Evolution stage

Stage 1 PokémonEvolves from Mareep

Card name

Flaaffy

Lightning

Hit Points

80

weakness×2

resistance-30

retreat cost

English expansion

EX Unseen Forces

English card no.

56/115

Japanese expansion

Golden Sky, Silvery Ocean

Japanese rarity

Japanese card no.

036/106

For more information on this Pokémon's species, see Flaaffy.

Flaaffy (Japanese: モココ Mokoko) is a Lightning-type Stage 1 Pokémon card. It is part of the EX Unseen Forces expansion.

Card text

Thunder Wave でんじは

10

Flip a coin. If heads, the Defending Pokémon is now Paralyzed.

Thunder かみなり

50

Flaaffy does 10 damage to itself.

Trivia
Origin
Thunder Wave and Thunder are both moves in the Pokémon games that Flaaffy can learn.

Source : https://bulbapedia.bulbagarden.net/wiki/Flaaffy_(EX_Unseen_Forces_56)

This article is about a Japanese Pokémon Trading Card Game card which has not yet been officially released in English and, hence, may not be released outside of Japan. As such, this article may contain translated Japanese terms instead of English terms.

Cresselia  クレセリア Cresselia

Illus. Megumi Mizutani

Basic Pokémon

Cresselia

Psychic

130

resistanceNone

Japanese Deck

Espeon & Deoxys-GX Tag Team GX Starter Set

003/031

For more information on this Pokémon's species, see Cresselia.

Cresselia (Japanese: クレセリア Cresselia) is a Psychic-type Basic Pokémon card. It is part of the Tag Team GX Starter Sets.

1 Card text

1.1 Pokédex data

2 Trivia

2.1 Origin

Aurora Gain オーロラゲイン

60

Heal 30 damage from this Pokémon.

Luminous Blade ひかりのやいば

Discard a Energy from this Pokémon.

Pokédex data

Cresselia - Lunar Pokémon

No.

Height

Weight

488

4'11" (1.5 m)

188.7 lbs. (85.6 kg)

Pokédex entry

飛行するときは ベールのような 羽から 光る 粒子を 出す。 三日月の化身と 呼ばれている。

Luminous Blade is an attack that first appeared on Gardevoir-EX from Steam Siege. This card's Pokédex entry comes from Pokémon X.

Source : https://bulbapedia.bulbagarden.net/wiki/Cresselia_(Tag_Team_GX_Starter_Set_3)

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