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When Cleveland police recovered a 9-year-old boy's stolen "Pokémon" binder, some of the cards were missing -- so one officer dug into his own collection.
If you have any hopes of becoming a Pokemon Trainer, you'll need to eat right -- starting with this collection of recipes inspired by the pocket monsters.
Folk punk artist, and Pokemon fan, Jacob Newman has set out to write a song about each and every species of pocket monster.
Legendary Entertainment has just about acquired the rights to produce a live-action "Pokemon" movie.
To celebrate the 20th anniversary of "Pokemon," the Japanese underwear label has released a lingerie and sleepwear collection featuring Pikachu.
Measuring 28 inches tall, these limited-edition Pokémon cushions are twice as large as the actual Pokémon (well, "actual").
The Pokémon Company has debuted the first screenshots of the augmented-reality game, along with more details about gameplay.
To help celebrate the 20th anniversary of "Pokémon," an artist created a massive Pikachu card mosaic comprised of 12,987 individual trading cards.
Video has surfaced from SXSW Gaming, showing what appears to be the first footage from the augmented-reality game "Pokemon Go."
"Gravity Falls" creator Alex Hirsch and animator Dana Terrace hilariously reimagine presidential candidates as pocket monsters.
Ash is bound to the Mythical Pokémon Volcanion in the first trailer for "Pokémon the Movie XY&Z: Volcanion and the Tricky Magearna,"
The Stained Glass Geek's work reimagines iconic pop culture characters as traditional stained glass creations.
Nintendo of America celebrated Pokemon Day on Saturday with a parade of Pikachu, 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 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 face allegations today that they had planned to attack the Pokemon World Championships in August.
Beginning next month, young Pokémon Trainers will be able to hone their skills at the Pokémon Expo Gym in Osaka, Japan.
As Ronda Rousey demonstrates, it takes more than hard work to be the UFC Women's Bantamweight Champion: You have to be the PokeMaster of the gym.
It's a full moon over the Pokémon Gym, as the new Hip Pop! Parade collection highlights the pocket monsters' derrieres with coffee mugs, underwear and more.
You'll DEFINITELY choose Pikachu after seeing the little Pokémon in action in this trailer for the "Pokkén Tournament" fighting game.
Clearly it’s nearly impossible to catch ‘em all, but designer Michael Meyers does his best in this series of illustrations inspired by Russian nesting dolls.
A new augmented-reality game for smartphones will allow players to track down and capture untamed Pokémon in real-world settings.
Two men suspected of planning a mass shooting last month at the Pokemon World Championships in Boston will be held without bail for the next four months.
The Pokémon Company International filed a lawsuit last week that shut down an unsanctioned Pokémon-themed party tied to PAX Prime in Seattle.
Two Iowa men whom police say planned a mass shooting at the Pokémon World Championships in Boston were ordered held without bail Monday.
Boston police arrested two heavily armed men they say posed a "real, serious threat" to attendees of this weekend's Pokémon World Championships.
If the apocalypse begins not with an uprising of sentient robots or a zombie-virus epidemic but with a parade of giant marching Pikachu - we're OK with that.
This week, was there really a Batman/Pokemon crossover?! Did Frank Miller and Bill Sienkiewicz really make Dan Quayle the villain of "Elektra: Assassin?" Find out!
Did Jean Grey almost turn back into the Phoenix during the 1990s? Did an issue of "New Mutants" use an image from an "adult" magazine? All this and more in this week's CBLR!