Art Academy: Lessons for Everyone is getting a Pokémon twist with the announcement of Pokémon Art Academy. The instructive game aims to teach players how to draw over 40 different Pokémon, and includes a variety of painting tools and more, which you can see in the preview after the jump.
I remember back when Pokémon was first getting big in America and plush toys were included with KFC meals. You better believe I caught them all. Pretty soon you'll be able to do something similar at McDonald's, because Pokémon X/Y toys are next up for Happy Meals. Hit the jump for more.
Hey, are you a grown-up who loves Pokémon? The Japanese Pokémon official site has posted teaser images of a collection of new merchandise that incorporates traditional Japanese design that is claimed to be chic enough for grown-ups, especially men. The collection is titled "Pokémon meets Japanese Design" and and features two lines that are inspired by "Kokeshi (a Japanese doll)" and "Kamon" (Japanese family crest). Hit the jump for details and images!
Ever wondered how theme songs from your childhood cartoon would sound like done in a 90’s R&B style? Musician and You Tuber Scott Bradlee wondered the same and had the skills for the rest of us to hear his take. The first song he picked is the opening theme from the original Pokemon that I didn’t realize was just called “Pokemon Theme” until now. Watch the video after the jump!
Imagine a world in which Hayao Miyazaki's My Neighbor Totoro was more along the lines of Dragon Ball Z. What if Princess Mononoke disrupted nature with the gotta catch 'em all attitude of Pokémon? College Humor's latest short shows what it would be like if Miyazaki films were any other type of anime after the jump.
Guys, do you know Kirby's Dream Band? They're really great and I highly recommend listening to their album of video game music covers if you haven't already. As if their record wasn't good enough, they just released a brutally pink music video for their Pokémon Red and Blue song, which you can see after the jump.
DeviantArt user arvalis has a few realistic Pokémon paintings online, and his latest Mewtwo piece was done in under two hours. That didn't keep it from serving as solid proof that Pokémon Snap would be absolutely terrifying in real life. See for yourself after the jump.
Ever wonder what professional sports would be like in the world of Pokémon? No? That's weird, it seems like something that should be on everyone's mind. Either way, artist Michah Coles has us covered with a batch of redesigns that put a Pokémon spin on NBA logos. Hit the jump to see 'em all.