To celebrate 25th years of Pokémon, Baccarat enlisted artist Hiroshi Fujiwara to create an extraordinary collectible. Limited to 25 pieces, the 11.8″ tall crystal Pikachu weighs 18.2 lb. and sells for $25,000. For those looking for something more affordable, there’s a 5.8″ tall Pikachu for $440 and a 2.75″ Poké Ball for $410.
Realm Crafts spent a full year working on this incredible cross-stitch, packed with all 151 first-generation Pokémon characters. While we would have loved it if the time-lapse had more in-between frames to show us, the artistry of the work more than makes up for it.
Every time we’ve tried to write “Happy Birthday” on a cake, it comes out a sloppy mess. Pastry artist Manna-Tanuki shows us how it’s done, creating incredibly precise and clean lines in the icing of a Pocket Pikachu cookie. Check out their YouTube channel for more complicated designs, like this epic My Neighbor Totoro cookie.
Seiko made just 1200 of this super-effective Pokémon watch, featuring a bright yellow background and a silhouette of Pikachu on its face. It features a stainless steel body, 10-bar water resistance, and a black leather strap with yellow stitching and yellow backing.
(PG-13) A group of Pokémon Go players employs the help of a kid to help hatch some virtual eggs. All of a sudden, a crowd descends on their car with the notion that the costumed kid is an actual Pikachu. Like all RackaRacka videos, chaos, violence, and destruction quickly ensue.
Do you love Pokémon? Then put on your headphones and crank up the volume for an immersive audio session with Pikachu. The adorable, electrically-charged pocket monster romps around the living room, fills our ears with adorable noises for 15 minutes, and eventually doses off.
Carbon fiber is a very versatile, strong, and lightweight material. But it’s not the easiest stuff to work with. Matthieu Libeert shows us just how much work went into making this slick looking version of Pokémon’s carrying container, using carbon fiber, resin, and fiberglass.
While the number of Pokémon and other collectible gaming items is always changing, Reigarw Comparisons still thought it would be fun to put some numbers into perspective, tallying up everything from the count of weapons in Call of Duty to the insane quantity of blocks it would take to fill the Minecraft universe.
After a viewer provided a really bad idea of how to create a flaming version of Pokémon’s fiery little Charmander, maker Allen Pan of Sufficiently Advanced decided to hack together his own fire-breathing orange dragon from a talking plush, an air freshener machine, and birthday candle pilot light. He’s also got a taser Pikachu.
Our latest look at Nintendo Switch’s mega RPG Pokémon Sword and Shield is a doozy. The game will feature open-world areas where wild pokémon are visible, raids for up to four players, and a three-turn move called Dynamax that turns your critters into giants. The game drops 11/15/19.
The first official live-action Pokémon movie follows a young man (Justice Smith) whose father goes missing. He ends up enlisting the help of his father’s former partner, who happens to be Pikachu. Oh, did we mention Detective Pikachu is voiced by Ryan Reynolds?
You’ll soon be able to experience the original Pokemon in a whole new light. Pokemon Let’s Go, Pikachu! and Pokemon Let’s Go, Eevee! for the Nintendo Switch are 3D remakes of Pokemon Yellow, with added Alolan forms for each of the 151 original Pokemon. Drops 11/16/18.
It’s been 20 years since we first met Pokémon’s winningest loser, Ash Ketchum. Good Smile Company celebrates Ash and Pikachu’s long friendship with this action figure set. It comes with lightning effects, a Poké Ball and extra faces for both Ash and Pikachu.
“I know next to nothing about Pokémon, but that won’t stop me from doodling one for you.” Illustrator netwoodle asked fellow Redditors to provide just the names of some pocket monsters, and he set to drawing them, without any prior knowledge of what they looked like.