Eevee plushes are going to be available at Build-A-Bear workshops starting September 1st as part of their “Make Your Own Pokemon” line. Pokémon Eevee will sell in-stores and online for $28. Additional accessories include a Poke Ball sleeper outfit and an Eevee 5-in-1 sound chip.

Build-A-Bear’s online store also has an exclusive version with an Pokémon cape (not sold in stores), a Pokeball Sleeper, and the Eevee sound chip.

Both the single Eevee and the online set come with a Build-A-Bear Workshop exclusive Pokémon TCG Card. Check out more pics below. [click to continue…]

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Not since the Crystal Poke Ball phenomenon have we been more delighted by a Pokemon-inspired product on Etsy. AVioletAccord makes these dioramas in several styles that would undoubtedly look awesome on your desk. Check out more examples below. [click to continue…]

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Target wants to be your #1 Pokéstop for all things Pokémon Go-related and they’re not being shy about it. You know those big red balls (they’re actually security bollards) outside of their stores? They’re turning them into giant Poké Balls. It’s happening outside of more than 400 Target locations across the US.

They’re also inviting Pokémon fans to come by and take a picture with the new Poké Balls. Sure, why not. Good luck trying to steal one though—they weigh over 1200 pounds. Let’s see if some idiot tries.

(Target via Polygon)


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). [click to continue…]


Prepare to see Pokémon as you’ve never seen them before – through the eyes of someone who has genuinely never seen a Pokémon before.

A couple of days ago, Reddit user netwoodle offered his arty services in the ICanDrawThat subReddit. “I know next to nothing about Pokemon, he said, “but that won’t stop me from doodling one for you.” In other words, he based his creations on name alone.

The thread’s since been closed so it’s too late to put your request in, but what he gave us is, frankly, genius. Check out a selection of his doodlings below. [click to continue…]


Remember when we showed you that amazing Snorlax cushion? The one big enough to sleep on? Well, it seems that “big enough to sleep on” may be a bit too big for some of the Japanese customers who actually purchased one.

See Also: The Official Pokémon Snorlax Bean Bag Chair

New Snorlax owners took to Twitter to shed light on their struggle. One user was even kind enough to tweet most of the journey from door to bed.

At close to five feet tall and over four feet wide, this Snorlax didn’t just become a cute sleeping idea, it became a roommate. Check out some of the amusing pics below. [click to continue…]

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Quick! Somebody cosplay the hell out of this amazing bootleg toy.

(via Reddit)

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Before you get too excited, you should keep in mind that Simone Giertz’s previous inventions don’t have the greatest track record for quality. That’s unfortunate because I was really, really hoping to play Pokemon Go with my tongue while I flipped people off.

Check out the demo video of this wondrous creation below (slightly NSFW). [click to continue…]


You like Pokémon, don’t you? Of course you do. Ever since the Glorious Edict was handed down from the Powers That Be, all peoples upon this planet must adore Pokémon and Pokémon-related activities… or else there will be a reckoning.

And so, in the sanctity of this blessed place and with the love of the Powers That Be, we must give thanks for these posters by Janice Rosenthal. Janice has given us a true gift, presenting locations from the Kanto region (that’s the region seen in the 1st Generation Pokémon games) in the style of National Park Services posters. And they are beautiful. Praise be to Janice Rosenthal! Praise be to the Powers That Be, and to the Glorious Edict! Check out the entire series below. [click to continue…]


If you happen to live in Texas, keep an eye out at your local Pokestops for the adorable crochet Pokemon toys pictured above. Nichole’s Nerdy Knots is leaving them around for players to find. The good news is that you can still get them for free regardless of where you live—if you’re handy with yarn and a hook. All of the patterns are available as free downloads from Ravelry. Plus, she’s planning on adding more patterns soon.

(via Reddit)