With all the excitement surrounding the latest animated hit, “Pokémon: The Animated Series” (premiering on Cartoon Network on March 6), I wanted to see what fans of the original series were saying about the new version.
As you can see in the image above, there is plenty of new art from the anime series.
I asked a few of the creators of the series, and they said they were all very excited to be releasing this art book.
There’s a lot of different pieces, including art from some of the show’s key characters.
There is also a chapter dedicated to the original Pokémon and their adventures.
But the best part of the book is the text art.
Each chapter is accompanied by a beautiful piece of artwork and I love it.
The artwork has a nice, crisp look to it, and it’s all designed to be read with one eye open.
I was excited to try it out and, after a few weeks, I’m so happy with it that I bought the entire book.
The text art was a bit of a surprise to me because it’s not something I’ve been reading in a while.
I had never heard of it, but I was really surprised when I found out it was a part of a book.
This is the first time I’ve read an entire book of art books with text art in it, so it was definitely a surprise.
I’ve seen a lot in the past year about the art books for the new “Pokémon” anime series, but this is the best I’ve ever seen.
I’m glad to see fans of “Pokémon GO” are now enjoying the art.
The book has more than 500 pages and covers all the characters from the show, from the beginning to the end.
The illustrations are done by artists from around the world and are accompanied by an explanation of the process behind the work.
It’s a very nice book and I definitely recommend it.
There are also art prints and stickers for all of the characters, as well as two posters for the “Pokémon Art Show” that are sure to be popular.
It is also available as a print.
“Pokémon The Official Fan Art Book is a great book to add to your library and will surely become a cherished memory of your collection.
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This post originally appeared on Dec. 5, 2018, on The Wall St. Journal’s sister site, The Wall.
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