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Official Pokémon Magazine comes to the UK

Published on: 28th February 2013

Future has announced a deal with The Pokémon Company International to launch Official Pokémon Magazine in the UK.PokemonMagazine300

On sale from 20th March 2013, Official Pokémon Magazine is the latest print launch from Future. The magazine will provide UK fans with a guide to all the latest Pokémon video game, TV series, film and Pokémon Trading Card Game information. The magazine will also feature activities, puzzles and competitions, and each issue will come with a Pokémon-themed, cover-mounted gift. Official Pokémon Magazine will have a print frequency of 13 issues per year, and will be edited by editor-in-chief Chandra Nair.

Lee Nutter, group publisher for Future’s Entertainment Group, said: “It is absolutely fantastic for Future to partner with an international brand as renowned as Pokémon and to be provided with the opportunity to bring the official magazine to the UK market. Pokémon has never been bigger and more relevant than it is today and the magazine will serve as the voice for its UK audience.”

Heather Dalgleish, director of publishing at The Pokémon Company International, said: “We’re delighted to be collaborating with leading publisher, Future. Their extensive reach in the market ensures that the Official Pokémon Magazine can be enjoyed by Pokémon fans across the United Kingdom.”

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