Nintendo of America celebrated Pokemon Day on Saturday with a parade of Pikachu in New York City, leading to an event at the Nintendo New York store.
Just ahead of Pokemon Day, Premium Bandai has introduced this 5-foot sleeping Snorlax cushion, perfect for catching Z's.
What started as a warm-up illustration of Bulbasaur as a pug as snowballed into a full-blown project for one dog lover and Pokemon fan.
The fan-favorite Pokémon dons a deerstalker to solve crimes in the trailer for the Nintendo 3DS game "Famous Detective Pikachu: The Birth of a New Partnership."
The Pokémon Company has unveiled an extended cut of its first-ever Super Bowl ad, which will air Feb. 7 in celebration of "Pokémon's" 20th anniversary.
Singer Sara Niemietz joins Scott Bradlee & Friends for a memorable rendition of the already-infectious "Pokemon" theme song.
Bail was set at $150,000, twice the requested amount, for two men suspected of planning an armed assault against the World Pokemon Championships in Boston.
Kevin Norton and James Stumbo are set to be arraigned today on charges that they planned to attack the Pokemon World Championships in August.
It's a full moon over the Pokémon Gym, as the new Hip Pop! Parade collection highlights the pocket monsters' derrieres with key chains, coffee mugs, underwear and more.
In "Icons Unmasked," illustrator Alex Solis examines what lurks beneath the surface of famous characters.
You'll DEFINITELY choose Pikachu after seeing the little Pokémon in action in this trailer for the "Pokkén Tournament" fighting game.
In this series of nesting doll-inspired Pokemon illustrations, you can choose Raichu, Pikachu and Pichu, all from one Poke Ball.
A new augmented-reality game for smartphones will allow players to track down and capture untamed Pokémon in real-world settings.
A judge today determined that the two men suspected of planning an attack on the Pokemon World Championships are too dangerous to be free while they await trial.
An unsanctioned Pokemon-themed party planned for the eve of PAX Prime was canceled after the Pokemon Company International sued event organizers, claiming copyright infringement.
Trevor Phillips has gotta catch 'em all!
Police fear that Kevin Norton and James Stumbo planned to stage a mass shooting at the Pokémon World Championships, held over the weekend in Boston.