A Highly Scientific Look At Pokémon Anatomy

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Artist Christopher Stoll has given us a very unique look at a handful of first-generation Pokémon. In his series of renderings, entitled “PokeNatomy”, he breaks down what makes some Pokémon tick.

While they start off very serious and realistic, some of the later entries descend into a bit of silliness – Voltorb’s entry seems to be based on very loose hints within the main game series that Voltorb is the result of early Poké Ball experimentation, while the entry for Rattata is… well, I won’t spoil it for you. Check out Christopher’s handiwork below (click to enlarge).

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