Amazon Has Official Pokemon Plushies Now And I'm Going To Buy 'Em All
Is there such a thing as too many Pokemon plushies? Absolutely not. I can’t make the world from Detective Pikachu real no matter how hard I try, so the closest thing we all have to living with actual Pokemon are a bunch of adorable plush figures. And now that Amazon has a new, online storefront dedicated to Wicked Cool Toys’ officially licensed Pokemon plushies, you can come closer to living the “Pokemon are real” dream than ever.
The store has a bunch of plushies you’d expect to see from generation one. Pikachu, of course, is well-represented with numerous poses, including a gloriously plump Detective Pikachu. Adorable Charmander, Bulbasaur, and Squirtle plushies can be purchased individually or in a three-pack. There’s also Magikarp, if you like your Pokemon to be absolutely useless.
If you’re playing Pokemon Sword and Shield, you’ll be happy to learn the three starters, Scorbunny, Grookey, and Sobble are all available for $13 each. Purchasing one of the new starters in plush form is a good way to fondly recall their cuteness before they evolved into decidedly not cute teenagers and adults.
You can browse the full selection of Pokemon plushies at Amazon and take a look at our five favorite plushies below. Amazon’s store page isn’t exhaustive, so if you’re looking for a particular Pokemon plushie, you’ll want to do a quick search. I already checked and failed to find Wooloo.
Jigglypuff | $18
Jigglypuff is the perfect plushie. It won’t sing you a lullaby, but it is great for cuddling.
Mimikyu | $20
Both cute and creepy, the Pikachu imposter Mimikyu needs just as much, if not more, love than Pikachu himself.
Ditto as Pikachu | $15
Ditto’s Imposter ability is showcased in this undeniably magnificent plushie.
Grookey | $13
I wasn’t sure which Sword and Shield starter was the cutest until I saw this Grookey plushie. I’m sorry, Scorbunny and Sobble.
Gengar | $21.72
I’d like to think Gengar is smiling because we just became best friends.
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