Ever since the release of Pokemon X and Y, the Poke-craze has hit us strong and hard. Most notably, this hit can be felt in our wallets. But still, it's nice to see a huge outpouring of love for those little pocket monsters. And in the Cosplay of the Week, we're featuring Raichu, one of the original 150 Pokemon!
It's hard to believe that everyone's favorite monster-catching franchise is now old enough to drive a car, but it's true. Pokemon has a long and storied history, and Nintendo turned this simple premise into a multi-billion dollar franchise.
Here's an old favorite. Who wears short shorts? Misty from Pokemon wears short shorts. Let's take a look at her getup in today's Cosplay of the Day.
Now, we here at Arcade Sushi love Pokemon. But as much as we'd like to think the world of Pokemon is perfect, there are some facets of it that aren't quite kosher. And so we've rounded up the 10 Most Disturbing Pokemon Facts for you to peruse
It's time once again to honor the fans of Pokemon X and Y who have taken it upon themselves to use their artistic talents in order to express their fandom. The games might not be released yet, but that's irrelevant! We've already shown you some excellent fan art in our Part 1 and Part 2 articles,
We appreciate the art of gijinka here on Arcade Sushi, so we thought we'd help combat this sleepy Tuesday with a fine example of gijinka inspired by Snorlax, the sleeping Pokemon from the Pokemon series.
Thanks to Alex Onsager's Pokemon Fusion website, Pokefans have been toying around with combining different Pokemon in order to create truly bizarre creatures. We thought we'd try our hand at this whole fusion business and we wanted to share some of our more... interesting creations. Please don't blame us if these 10 Weird Pokemon Fusions appear in your nightmares.