Remember when we said Pocket Monster Snorlax made a wonderful pillow? Well, he makes an even better bed.
Debuting on Japanese TV in 1996, the Pokémon anime keeps going and going! Here's the trailer for the upcoming Pokémon X/Y animated series.
Pocket Monsters are supposed to be cute. That's just the way it is. Or rather, the way it should be. But these Pokémon are anything but cute. They're butt ugly.
October is right around the corner—and so is Halloween. While I haven't picked out my costume (must remember to!), I have been thinking about what I'd like to carve into an orange gourd. These Pocket Monster carvings provide plenty of inspiration.
Arts and crafty individual Mochillery is a master of amigurumi (あみぐるみ)—the Japanese craft of knitting plush toys from yarn. Her latest work is a set of unbelievably cute Pocket Monsters. Can you believe how cute they are? No, no you cannot.
Cute? These Pocket Monsters aren't cute. They're creepy. But that's the point: artist Vaughn Pinpin redesigned the first generation of Pokémon starters if they were characters in a Tim Burton movie. The result is brilliant—creepy, but brilliant.
The now viral video is six minutes long, and if you momentarily glaze over, it feels like you're watching an exorcism.
This April the Light Grey Art Lab in Minneapolis, Minnesota will be transformed into the ultimate trainer fantasy, when 151 artists take on the 151 original pocket monsters in an all-out Pokémon Battle Royale.
The race to bag the biggest game of all gets small in Japan this June, when Capcom launches Monster Hunter Dynamic Fighting, the furiously popular franchises first foray onto the iPhone.
There are 650 Pocket Monsters. That's a lot. So Game Freak, the studio behind Pokémon, should be running out of ideas for new Pocket Monsters any day now, right?
This past weekend marked fifteen years of Pokémon. Fifteen years! And what better way to say that than with a free album of Pok&eacut;mon chiptunes.
When Pokémon: Black and White was released in Japan, the three "starter" Pocket Monsters were called "Tsutaaja", "Pokabu", and "Mijumaru". Tsutaaja doesn't quite roll off the tongue. What the internet came up with did.
This summer, like every summer in Japan, will see a new Pokémon movie. So let's snuggle.
Over the weekend, Pokémon morning variety show Pokémon showed the outline of the upcoming Pokemon series — that is, the "entirely new" series.
Pokémon, plural, turn kids into devil. They are monsters. And there's stabbing and shootings, too! Maybe it has something to do with the dark realm?