30 Pokémon Characters Reimagined As Monsters

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How many Pokémon can you name from the top of your head? Some of our favorites include Charmander, Bulbasaur, Jigglypuff, Togepi, Alakazam, Voltorb, and, of course, Pikachu. We found 30 Pokémon characters reimagined as monsters!

When it comes to popular Pokémon, Charmander is definitely one of the most recognizable characters out there. Charmander is an orange lizard mixed with a dinosaur, featuring flames on its tail. Its look just got 100% tougher in the monster version!

Bulbasaur is one of those Pokémon you can’t not want on your team. It’s the only unevolved dual-type starter Pokémon, and its monster version is definitely impressive!

You can’t help but admit that Jigglypuff is extremely cute! This Balloon Pokémon can easily deceive its opponents with its cuteness. It turns out, Jigglypuff is cute even as a monster!

Speaking of cute, who can forget about Togepi, the star in a broken egg! Togepi is the definition of pure happiness and joy, but as a monster, its looks are slightly less appealing.

One of our favorite Pokémon is Alakazam, a strong character with psychic abilities. It’s unclear where its spoons came from, but theories assume they were developed by its psychic powers. The monster version of Alakazam is just as mighty!

Wait until you see what Pikachu and the rest of its gang look like when reimagined as monsters! Our list also includes Charmander, Bulbasaur, Jigglypuff, Togepi, Voltorb, Alakazam, and many other Pokémon characters! Don’t forget to give this video a thumbs up and subscribe if you love Pokémon!


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