The world of Pokemon offers a massive roster of incredibly unique and complex Pokemon to add to a Trainer’s collection. While many of these catchable monsters like the iconic Pikachu brief explanations in Pokedex entries that detail how they perform their diverse attacks, the inner-workings of the majority of Pokemon is largely left to the imagination.
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PokeNatomy Quickly Received Funding On Kickstarter
Beginning as a Kickstarter project back in October of 2016, Stoll’s illustrations and descriptions in PokeNatomy were brought to life by a wave of supporters who helped see the project through to the end.
In just over a month after the Kickstarter project launched, full funding was achieved with over $34,500 contributed across 643 different backers. The book was officially finished in April of this year when a PDF was available for those who chose to back PokeNatomy during its development, and after the physical editions of the book were first revealed, backers seemed extremely pleased with the hardcover results of the project.
Shipping officially began just last month in July, so backers and others who purchase PokeNatomy are now beginning to see the final product that they pledged money towards last year.
The Original 151 Pokemon Are Anatomically Illustrated
Some Pokemon, like those that are fish-like or plant-like, may be pretty easy to visualize when it comes to their inner-workings and biological compositions. Others like Voltorb and Grimer are a bit harder to wrap your head around, but PokeNatomy dives straight into these complex organisms by detailing their muscular and skeletal systems, assuming they have them.
By now, there are plenty of Pokemon to keep track of that span multiple generations, but PokeNatomy takes a hard look at the original 151 Pokemon that will make this visual experience a perfect addition to Pokemon veterans’ collections.
Seeing even more Pokemon from later generations broken…