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As we all know, the world of Pokémon is 100% scientifically accurate in all ways, particularly in the highly educational way that it demonstrates biological evolution. It's important for kids today to realize that, over time -- say, two or three hours of fighting electric spiders -- a species can change an adapt and grow an even larger flower on its back that can shoot out laser beams. It's important, then, that the upcoming Pokémon X and Y include the latest scientific discovery: a magic rock that can cause your Pokémon to evolve into an Ultimate Final Form while in battle.
Check out footage of this incredible discovery below!
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In America, July 4th is a good day to fulfill the destiny of so much combustible powder and cardboard. In Japan, however, New Year's Eve and basically the entire month of August are prime time for firework displays. It being the birthplace of Pokemon, Japan's been the host of numerous Pocket Monster-themed displays in recent years, especially as multi-break shell technology has allowed for explosive illustrations to light up the night sky. Yes, that means Pikachu's face and Pokeballs of all flavors going boom! before your very eyes.
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Video: The Pet Collective imagines "Teenage Average Normal Turtles" in its new live action parody vid.
Gaming: What's up with this crazy new Pokemon X/Y Mewtwo-lookin' dude?
Toys: The upcoming Iron Man 3 Marvel Select Iron man Mark 42 and War Machine action figures are going to look a little something like this.
Gaming: The new Marvel Heroes Living Legend Premium Pack collects a whole bunch of Caps.
Video: Walt Kelly's complete storyboard for his "We Have