The latest Pokémon Sun and Moon update video shows off character customization, pet grooming and some version-specific Pokémon, but Pikachu’s Z-Move dance steals the show.
Just imagine if Pikachu went to South Korea and got plastic surgery. Can you picture the results? A Seoul-based clinic can and did.
Pikachu lights up a Ferris Wheel in Japan. To help celebrate the now seemingly annual “Pikachu Outbreak” event, everybody’s favorite electric rodent is appearing on Cosmo Clock 21 wheel in Yokohama.
Here’s the new closer for anime Pokémon: XY & Z. Get ready to overdose on Pikachu, ketchup, and cuteness.
Last week we asked our ‘Shop-savvy readers to show us who could play Detective Pikachu in the upcoming live-action film. It all came down to a coin-toss.
We finally get our live-action Pokémon movie, and it’s Detective Pikachu. That’s fine, as long as they get some top-notch talent to play the pocket monster sleuth, and the makeup is good. Perhaps we can show them how it’s done.
If you ever have a Pikachu cake, please do not slice it like this.
Actually, no. They’re like “Pikapikapikapika.”
Meet Mimicyu, a ghost type Pokémon that should look pretty damn familiar to you. There’s actually a good reason for that.
In a general election between all 720 Pokémon in Japan, the winners were announced tonight in Tokyo. Greninja came in first, while Pikachu didn’t even crack the top three.
As far as Pokémon rears go, Pikachu has one of the most beloved butts around.
In the English-speaking world, Pikachu is “Pikachu.” In Hong Kong, things are more complex, especially after Nintendo renamed the franchise’s most famous Pocket Monster.
This isn’t only cool and hypnotic, it’s also terrifying.
In possibly the most ostentatious celebration yet of Pokémon’s 20th anniversary, UK artist Quentin Devine has created a Pikachu mosaic out of nearly 13,000 different Pokémon cards.
This week a new Pokémon Center opens in Kyoto. At first glance it looks like any other Pokémon Center that dots Japan, but it’s not. This is the most traditionally Japanese of them all.
Today marks the 20th anniversary of the release of Pokemon Red and Blue in Japan, and fans are celebrating by sharing their fondest Pokememories. Mine involve a kidnapping, complete with Polaroid shots and a magazine cut-out ransom letter.
And like that, Pokkén Tournament is suddenly that much cooler.