History Manga / PokemonGoldenBoys

4th Oct '15 9:42:46 PM Pichu-kun
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* BlushSticker: Variation. Almost everyone has markings on their cheeks. May just be long lasting blushes, since they disappear on occasion for a panel or so at a time.
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* BlushSticker: Variation. Almost everyone has markings on their cheeks. May cheeks which may or may not just be long lasting blushes, since as they disappear on occasion for a panel or so at a time.
29th Sep '15 12:52:04 PM Willbyr
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!!!This series provides examples of:
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!!!This !!This series provides examples of:
29th Sep '15 12:51:56 PM Willbyr
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- Gold. A three volume manga based on ''{{Pokemon}} [[VideoGame/PokemonGoldAndSilver Gold and Silver]]'', eventually including [[UpdatedRerelease Pokémon Crystal]] elements.
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- Gold. -->-- '''Gold''' A three volume manga based on ''{{Pokemon}} ''Franchise/{{Pokemon}} [[VideoGame/PokemonGoldAndSilver Gold and Silver]]'', eventually including [[UpdatedRerelease Pokémon Crystal]] elements.

Gold, a [[{{Determinator}} determined]] young boy, is asked by the well-known Professor Elm to Mr. Pokémon in Cherrygrove City. With his new Pokémon, a [[MakingASplash Totodile]], he invokes on a mission to meet this man and fulfill his mission. He encounters the mysterious Black, who becomes his [[TheRival rival]]. Unable to find Mr. Pokémon he goes on a journey to find him, fighting gym leaders on the side. Not to be confused with a {{Pokemon}} adaptation of ''GoldenBoy''.
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Gold, a [[{{Determinator}} determined]] {{determin|ator}}ed young boy, is asked by the well-known Professor Elm to Mr. Pokémon in Cherrygrove City. With his new Pokémon, a [[MakingASplash Totodile]], he invokes on a mission to meet this man and fulfill his mission. He encounters the mysterious Black, who becomes his [[TheRival rival]]. Unable to find Mr. Pokémon he goes on a journey to find him, fighting gym leaders on the side. Not to be confused with a {{Pokemon}} Franchise/{{Pokemon}} adaptation of ''GoldenBoy''. ''Manga/GoldenBoy''.

19th Jun '12 2:25:38 PM Xtifr
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trope renamed at TRS
* NamesTheSame: Gold and Crystal have the same names as their ''Manga/PokemonSpecial'' counterparts, for obvious reasons. Oddly Silver does not go by any name from the games.

* MundaneMadeAwesome: Pokémon Basketball. * NamesTheSame: Gold and Crystal have the same names as their ''Manga/PokemonSpecial'' counterparts, for obvious reasons. Oddly Silver does not go by any name from the games.

* WhatDoYouMeanItsNotAwesome: Pokémon Basketball.
22nd Dec '11 12:00:23 PM Oreochan
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A three volume manga based on ''{{Pokemon}} [[PokemonGoldAndSilver Gold and Silver]]'', eventually including [[UpdatedRerelease Pokémon Crystal]] elements.
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A three volume manga based on ''{{Pokemon}} [[PokemonGoldAndSilver [[VideoGame/PokemonGoldAndSilver Gold and Silver]]'', eventually including [[UpdatedRerelease Pokémon Crystal]] elements.
20th Dec '11 7:04:13 PM Micah
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rename as per Trope Repair Shop thread
* ObstructiveVigilance: A part at the beginning of the game - where the player is asked to give the name of their rival by reporting it to the police (in the original he tells you his name for no reason, in the DS remakes the Player Character gets a look at his trainer card) - is portrayed as Gold misleading the police so he can take him down himself.
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* ObstructiveVigilance: ObstructiveVigilantism: A part at the beginning of the game - where the player is asked to give the name of their rival by reporting it to the police (in the original he tells you his name for no reason, in the DS remakes the Player Character gets a look at his trainer card) - is portrayed as Gold misleading the police so he can take him down himself.
4th Nov '11 2:56:13 PM nman
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* ObstructiveVigilance: A part at the beginning of the game - where the player is asked to give the name of their rival by reporting it to the police (in the original he tells you his name for no reason, in the DS remakes the Player Character gets a look at his trainer card) - is portrayed as Gold misleading the police so he can take him down himself.
4th Nov '11 7:44:03 AM Brainiac0982
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Moving to YMMV.Pokemon Golden Boys and adding the "é" to "Pokémon"
->''"There are trainers who work hard everyday for Pokemon championships. These talented boys and girls... They are known as.. The [[TitleDrop Golden Boys]]!"''
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->''"There are trainers who work hard everyday for Pokemon Pokémon championships. These talented boys and girls... They are known as.. The [[TitleDrop Golden Boys]]!"''

It's full name is "Pokémon Gold & Silver: The Golden Boys", written and drawn by Muneo Saito. It follows the basic story of the games quite well, with quite a few twists added in. Rare for a Pokemon adaptation, it shows characters eating meat and shows cars quite explicitly. Gold, a [[{{Determinator}} determined]] young boy, is asked by the well-known Professor Elm to Mr. Pokemon in Cherrygrove City. With his new Pokemon, a [[MakingASplash Totodile]], he invokes on a mission to meet this man and fulfill his mission. He encounters the mysterious Black, who becomes his [[TheRival rival]]. Unable to find Mr. Pokemon he goes on a journey to find him, fighting gym leaders on the side.
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It's full name is "Pokémon Gold & Silver: The Golden Boys", written and drawn by Muneo Saito. It follows the basic story of the games quite well, with quite a few twists added in. Rare for a Pokemon Pokémon adaptation, it shows characters eating meat and shows cars quite explicitly. Gold, a [[{{Determinator}} determined]] young boy, is asked by the well-known Professor Elm to Mr. Pokemon Pokémon in Cherrygrove City. With his new Pokemon, Pokémon, a [[MakingASplash Totodile]], he invokes on a mission to meet this man and fulfill his mission. He encounters the mysterious Black, who becomes his [[TheRival rival]]. Unable to find Mr. Pokemon Pokémon he goes on a journey to find him, fighting gym leaders on the side.

* AdaptationDyeJob: Hair color and eye variations. Almost everyone has BrownEyes, even Pokemon, regardless of their original colors. Kris's hair has been changed from blue to an almost green hue of teal.
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* AdaptationDyeJob: Hair color and eye variations. Almost everyone has BrownEyes, even Pokemon, Pokémon, regardless of their original colors. Kris's hair has been changed from blue to an almost green hue of teal.

* HilariousInHindsight: Almost ten years after the manga ended, a game was finally made called [[PokemonBlackAndWhite Pokemon "Black"]].

* NamesTheSame: Gold and Crystal have the same names as their ''PokemonSpecial'' counterparts, for obvious reasons. Oddly Silver does not go by any name from the games.
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* NamesTheSame: Gold and Crystal have the same names as their ''PokemonSpecial'' ''Manga/PokemonSpecial'' counterparts, for obvious reasons. Oddly Silver does not go by any name from the games.

* TooGoodToLast: It ended at Cianwood City. Implied to be canceled, possibly due to lack of readers. No [[PokemonSpecial surprise why]].

* WhatDoYouMeanItsNotAwesome: Pokemon Basketball.
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* WhatDoYouMeanItsNotAwesome: Pokemon Pokémon Basketball.
4th Nov '11 7:38:47 AM Brainiac0982
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A three volume manga based on ''{{Pokemon}} [[PokemonGoldAndSilver Gold and Silver]]'', eventually including [[UpdatedRerelease Pokemon Crystal]] elements.
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A three volume manga based on ''{{Pokemon}} [[PokemonGoldAndSilver Gold and Silver]]'', eventually including [[UpdatedRerelease Pokemon Pokémon Crystal]] elements.
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