• What makes Pokemon tick? Artist explores Pokemon anatomy in new images

    Pokemon are mysterious creatures, and sometimes, we really don’t know what makes them be. How can fire Pokemon breathe fire, how can Voltorb explode, and how can a Pikachu use Thunderbolt? Any good biology student or teacher will tell you that those secrets all lie within a Pokemon’s anatomy, and one artist is showing just that.

    Japan-based American artist, Christopher Stoll, has made a name for himself when he did artwork which re-imagined Disney princesses as Avengers. Now, he has turned his focus on Pokemon, and it seems that he was really paying attention in Biology class.

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    OK, so he might hate Rattata a whole lot more than most people…

    Stoll has said that he is planning to do all 151 of the original Gen-1 Pokemon, and it really does seem that his work ain’t exactly over just yet. You can check out his DeviantArt page for more.

    Source: Rocket News 24