Pikachu Comic-Style Merchandise Strikes Pokémon Center

The Pokémon Company International has added their Pikachu Comic-Style merchandise collection to the Pokémon Center in North America.

Those that regularly browse the online store will have already spotted the “kazzzaping” range, which sees comic-style artwork relating to the electric mouse scrawled on items such as messenger bags, hoodies, binders and playmats for the Pokémon Trading Card Game.

You can take a look at the merchandise in the Pikachu Comic-Style range below:

Pikachu Comic-Style Messenger Bag – $199.95
Sleek Pikachu Comic-Style messenger bag by Timbuk2 includes all the features you need for a perfect fit and function, plus a dash of style in the custom Pikachu key ring and the black and white, comic-style pattern on inside and outside.

Pikachu Comic-Style Relaxed Fit Hoodie – $69.95
Kzzzap! See the power of Pikachu in this black hooded sweatshirt with comic-style art and sound effects.

Pikachu Comic-Style Spiral Notebook (200 Pages) – $19.95
Kzzzap! See the power of Pikachu in the 200-page spiral notebook with comic-style art and sound effects. Great for class, notes, ideas, or some comics of your own.

Pikachu Comic-Style Trading Card Game 1″ D-Ring Binder – $16.95
Keep track of your papers, your trading cards, or anything else in this classic 3-ring binder! A kazzzaping Comic-Style Pikachu makes your binder stand out and keeps your Pokémon trading cards in one place. Get this official Pokémon Trading Card Game binder today!

Pikachu Comic-Style Tumbler – $14.95
This 16-ounce glass tumbler shows off the power of Pikachu! Kzzzap, dash, and pika pika—power up with Pikachu Comic-Style!

Pokémon TCG: Pikachu Comic-Style Playmat – $24.99
Official Pikachu Comic-Style Playmat for the Pokémon Trading Card Game! Pikachu is ready for some comic-style fun on this heavy-duty, 3 millimeter thick neoprene playmat—and shows you are ready to play! Prepare for battle with the Pikachu Comic-Style Playmat!

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After starting out with a Yellow Game Boy and a copy of Donkey Kong Land, Alex once hid in his room to play The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time one Christmas. Now he shares his thoughts on Nintendo Insider, keeping track of everything to do with Nintendo.

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