Pokemon “Sleeping on the Cable” Vol. 2 Pokemon cable bites were released today in Japan. There are 6 new characters: Sylveon, Mew, Pichu, Charmander, Squirtle & Bulbasaur.
For those of you who do not know what a cable bite is, a cable bite is a plastic figure that attaches to your iphone cable. These 6 figures came blind packaged, so you had to open them up to see which figure was inside.
This is the second series of sleeping cable bites. The first series featured Umbreon, Eevee, Espeon, Alolan Vulpix, Vulpix & Pikachu.
Cable bites are extremely popular and sell out really fast, but you can still get them while supplies lasts on Pokevault. There are also several other types of cable bites available with many more of your favorite Pokemon characters, so there is something for everyone.
Tags: Bulbasaur, Charmander, Figures, iPhone, Pichu, Squirtle, Sylveon
Takara Tomy will be releasing 6 more Chokkori San mini plushies on June, 21, 2018, in Japan. For those of you who are not familiar with Chokkori San plushies, they are small size plushies that can sit on a table, in a cup, on your desk, etc. The word “Chokkori” means “a little” or “slightly” in English, so the name means they are in a slightly sitting position. They are very cute. Last time Takara Tomy released Brock, Misty, Jessie, James, Meowth, Vulpix, Pikachu, Psyduck and Ash Ketchum.
This time around it will be Bulbasaur, Charmander, Squirtle, Snorlax, Chansey and Nurse Joy! These will only be available in Japan, but you can of course get them on Pokevault after June 21, 2018. They will be in limited supply, so hurry if you want one of these little cuties.
Tags: Bulbasaur, Chansey, Charmander, Nurse Joy, Plush, Snorlax, Squirtle
Great news! Re-Ment will be releasing another Terrarium figure set in March, 2018. For those of you who are not familiar with Terrarium figures, they are clear plastic Pokeball shaped capsules that come with a figure inside, just like a mini terrarium.
Vol. 1 featured Pikachu, Dragonair, Eevee, Snorlax, Lapras & Bulbasaur.
This time the new set will have single figures as well as pairs of figures. There will be Pikachu/Togepi, Squirtle, Charizard, Psyduck/Poliwag, Cubone/Sandshrew and Articuno. These will be available on Pokevault in March as soon as they are released!
Tags: Articuno, Charizard, Cubone, Figures, Pikachu, Poliwag, Psyduck, Sandshrew, Squirtle, Togepi
Hello Pokemon Fans! Today I would like to discuss generation one vs. generation five. Now in my opinion I think all Pokemon games are amazing I will admit that, but all the Pokemon…not so much. First let me say this in generation one the designs of the Pokemon were outstanding! Along with the naming and battle moves. For example I will use the three starter Pokemon: Squirtle, Bulbasaur, and Charmander. Now I loved fire Pokemon (along with dragons) so I chose Charmander. Now Charmander to me was a pretty sweet Pokemon due to the fact that he was almost unstoppable unless against a water type. To me his best move as we progressed was flamethrower. Then he evolved into Charmeleon! Now I was not a fan of Charmeleon but I must say he was stronger and learned even better moves.
Anyways moving on, I thought that the detail was a little bit lazy since all they did was buff Charmander up, add a horn to his head, and rename him Charmeleon. In the end though I was happy for the last evolution was Charizard. Now I was very impressed for I thought he would look like a dinosaur (T-Rex), but no I was wrong he was transformed into an orange dragon with wings. Not only was he just a fire type now but a flying type now too! I must say he was very powerful to so I applaud Game Freak and Nintendo.
Continue reading “The Older Pokemon Vs. The New Pokemon”
Tags: Bulbasaur, Charizard, Charmander, Eevee, Generation V, Oshawatt, Snivy, Squirtle, Tepig
After losing the race, Squitle and Bulbasaur are in a bad mood. A somewhat worried Pikachu still tries to make peace, but as usual, no one is listening. Raichu looses electricity from its cheeks, scaring Togepi who beings to cry out of fear. Pikachu then comes to protect it, but get zapped in the tail! The gang start laughing at Pikachu , but now, Pikachu is angry, and, with Raichu, they begin doing a mad cheek to cheek race all around the Pokemon Plaza, paying no attention at all to their surroundings. They run and break a bush labyrinth while running straight.
Meanwhile, Team Rocket sent out their Pokemon, too, and just as Meowth was going to fall asleep, the two electric mice send Arbok, Weezing and Meowth in the air! They also hit Hitmonlee and Hitmonchan the same way and they both got knocked out with a ‘Ding, ding, ding!’ sound.
Charizard is then seen snoring loudly, with its tail on the road. Uh-oh… Pikachu and Raichu still runs fast and step on Charizard’s tail, waking it up with an intense rage! The large dragon soon get in front of the electric mice and blast then away with its powerful wings. They land on a Snorlax, and also get crushed by it. Charizard starts flying without looking where it goes, destrop a part of the park and get its head stuck in a pretend igloo! Meowth tells Charizard to be quiet, but get burned instead! A rope is tied around Charizard’s leg, and everyone starts pulling as mush as they can. But even with all their strength, they aren’t enough strong and get carried away when Charizard stomps the ground with the leg with the rope. Marril, Snubbull, Raichu and Cubone watch and laugh while Charizard is crying.
Continue reading “Pikachu’s Vacation Synopsis & Review Part 2”
Tags: Bulbasaur, Charizard, Pikachu, Pokemon TV Show, Squirtle
It’s small, turtle-like, and rarely found in the wild. Squritle, the Tiny Turtle Pokemon, is the Kanto region’s water-type starter and is considered the balance between the three. While the Charmander line is supposed to be rash and hard to train, the Bulbasaur line is just the opposite as its mild mannered and well behaved. The Squirtle line isn’t hard to train, but it also isn’t the mellowest of evolutionary lines either.
According to its pokedex entries, Squirtle is born with a soft shell that eventually hardens on its back. When feeling threatened, it will shrink into its shell and spray its foe with a powerful jet of water. Though its shell isn’t just used for protection. The rounded surface of it and ridges help reduce water resistance and allow it to swim at high speeds. Squirtle is the first water-type Pokemon listed in the National Pokedex and is also the most trained Kanto starter in the anime (Ash, Gary, and May all trained a Squirtle of their own at one point). Squirtle’s design is based off from a turtle. Its name is most-likely a combination of the words ‘squirt’ (which could reference its small size or the fact that water can be squirted) and ‘turtle’.
Continue reading “Kanto Starters And Evolutions: The Squirtle Line”
Tags: Blastoise, Kanto region, Squirtle, Wartortle
By Joey DiGiacomo
In the world of Pokemon there has to be new starters all the time. When you play Pokemon games, you will notice that you have to choose a starter every time. Everyone has their favorite starter set; I personally love the set you get in Pokemon Gold. Then you have your older starters, by that I mean Squirtle, Bulbasaur, and Charmander. Those were a great set of starters, but they are much better when they are evolved. As I have said I like the old Johto starters, because their evolved form is modern and powerful.
Another set of starters is Kanto that is as I have said the older set; this set is the oldest set. In all sets I have my recommended starters, but in this one I really can’t decide between Charmander, Squirtle, and Bulbasaur. Now when I first liked Pokemon I was a big fan of the Kanto and Johto starters, but my personal favorite set of starters is the Hoenn set.
Continue reading “Pokemon Starters”
Tags: Bulbasaur, Charmander, Hoenn, Kanto, Sinnoh, Squirtle, Unova