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Tagsearly elementary, pokemon, preschooler, tween
If you’re a Pokemon fan, chances are you amassed quite a few of the fire-breathing, water-gunning, razor-leafing creatures back in their heyday, and not just digitally. You took the phrase “gotta catch ’em all!” to heart with trading cards, shirts, backpacks, and action figures, too. How could any kid resist their allure? They were cute and epic creatures with powerful moves that followed you around. Now that you’re a home-owning, child-rearing adult, you must deal with your lil’ gamer’s Poke-obsession.
These well-crafted woodcuts from FanGamer are a classy addition to any trainer’s home, whatever age they may be. The large 2-dimensional woodcuts have endless possibilities for display. Prop them up on a shelf or hang them on a wall! Their minimalist design which features a gorgeous natural wood grain matches any interior. Ash is available along with 5 different pokemon: Squirtle, Mew, Psyduck, Togepi and singing Jigglypuff with her signature microphone.
The wooden Pokemon are based on illustrations by the artist Mare Odomo, particularly from her “Letters to an Absent Father” series. The 2-3 panel comics feature an insecure Ash longing for guidance from his missing dad- definitely different from the strong-willed and confident Ash our kids try to emulate. Check the comics out for yet another reason to buy these pokemon for your home.