Bubblegum is pop music with an upbeat sound that is considered to be disposable, contrived, or marketed for children and adolescents. The term also refers to a pop subgenre, originating in the United States in the late 1960s, that evolved from garage rock, novelty songs, and the Brill Building sound, and which was also defined by its target demographic of preteens and young teenagers. The Archies' 1969 hit "Sugar, Sugar" was a representative example that led to cartoon rock, a short-lived trend
In 1999, boxes of Life included a special offer. A certain amount of coupons, which were printed on the inside of the box, could be sent in to redeem a Pokémon watch. The back of the box featured a word jumble with Pokémon that Ashhad caught in the anime.
Pokémon Battle Tops
During Generation II, one of eight Pokémon Battle Tops were included in various Kellogg's cereals, such as Smacks and Frosted Flakes. The back of each box showed two different Battle Tops, with Ash and Misty in the background performing a throwing motion. The side of the box advertised the upcoming sale of Pokémon Turbo Topmania Launcher And Tops "coming soon to a retailer near you." The Battle Tops available were Pikachu, Jigglypuff, Marill, Togepi, Poliwag, Gengar, Ledyba, and Hoothoot.
Pokémon Cornflakes were a packaged cereal product sold at the Japanese Pokémon Center. The 2009 version was used to promote the new Diamond and Pearl movies. The three packs were released in 2009, each feature a different legendary Pokémon of Sinnoh. The three Pokémon featured were Palkia, Arceus, and Giratina, with the packs colored magenta, green, and orange, respectively. The flavor presented differed by the year the packages were released, with the 2009 edition having a "Mild Chocolate" f...
Pokémon: Diamond and Pearl Curry Sauce
Pokémon: Diamond and Pearl Curry Sauce is a Japan-exclusive food product with images of Pikachu and the Sinnoh starterson the packaging. The box comes with two 60g packets of instant curry sauce.
Pokémon: Diamond and Pearl Kirinuki Nori
Pokémon Diamond & Pearl Kirinuki Nori is a product consisting of nori that is precut to Pokémon-themed designs, with the intention of being placed onto rice. There are four sheets each of Pikachu, Munchlax, and Eevee-shaped seaweed, along with twelve star-shaped and eight lightning bolt-shaped sheets.
Pokémon: Diamond & Pearl Furikake with Extra Calcium is a Japan-exclusive condiment made by Marumiya that is meant to be sprinkled on rice as a flavoring and mix. Pokémon furikake has been released in varying types of packaging. One type of package comes with 20 packets of furikake, enriched with extra calcium. Each package also comes with a sticker of a Poké Ballwhich, when peeled, reveals a picture of a Pokémon under it.
Poké Gum, produced by Toymax International under the Candy Planet label, is a chewing gum product featuring Pokémon artwork. The wrappers have two editions, with one consisting of Ash, Misty, Brock, Ash's Pikachu, Misty's Psyduck, and the Jigglypuff prone to following the group in the Kanto saga. The other edition is of Team Rocket and Meowth with a Haunter. Artwork of one of the Generation IPokémon species is featured stamped onto the actual pieces of gum, and the backing of the package is a...
Pokémon Bubble Gum with Stickers
Pokémon Bubble Gum with Stickers is a type of fruit-flavored chewing gum available in Japan, produced by Tsurisage.They are sold in strips of eight individually packaged pieces. The individual wrappers each have artwork of a Pokémon on them, as well as a unique design on the actual piece of gum itself. Each piece also comes with a sticker.
Pokémon Center 2010 Collector Cookie Tin
The limited edition collector tin, made of metal, was only sold at the Pokémon Centers in Japan for a very limited time during the Christmas campaign in November 2010. It features images of Snivy, Oshawott, Tepig, Pikachu, Audino, Blitzle, Pansage, Pansear, and Panpour. The top of the candy tin opens, and there are twelve cookies inside. Once the cookies are eaten, the buyer may use the tin as a storage container. The height of the packaging is 2.25 inches (5.5 cm) and its length and width ar...
Pokémon Beef Curry
Pokémon Beef Curry was a Pokémon-themed, beef-curry food product decorated with Pikachu. The cooking instructions were to simply microwave the box. It came with a Pikachu-themed plate to be served on.
Pokémon: Diamond and Pearl Macaroni & Cheese
1. Main article: Pokémon: Diamond and Pearl Macaroni & Cheese Pokémon: Diamond and Pearl Macaroni & Cheese was a product released by Kraft Foodsin 2009. It is similar to regular Kraft Macaroni & Cheese, except the noodles are in the shapes of different types of Pokémon. There are six different varieties of Diamond & Pearl Macaroni, with each variety having a different Pokémon on the box and different Pokémon noodle shapes.
Pokémon Domino's Pizza Promotion
In 2008, Domino's Pizza locations in Japan sold Pokémon-themed pizzas in promotion of Giratina and the Sky Warrior.Bundled with the promotional pizzas were stickers and a Pokémon plastic divider.
Pokémon: Diamond & Pearl Shan Meri
Pokémon: Diamond & Pearl Shan Meri is a non-alcoholic champagne sold in Japanese liquor stores during the holiday season. The green grape-flavored beverage comes in a clear plastic bottle that is wrapped in packaging showing Pikachu, Manaphy, Turtwig, Piplup, Chimchar, Chatot, Mantykeand Buizel.
Pokémon Mirinda was a limited-edition version of Mirinda soda. Released in Argentina during Generation I, it was sold at the price of 0.50 ARS per can and seems to have only been available in the flavor of orange. Each can showed an image of a Pokémon or a human character from the anime. There is also a former promotion in which, after the purchase of a Mirinda two-liter and a Pepsitwo-liter, the buyer receives a plastic cup which has a similar design to the special cans of Mirinda.
Pokémon Mix au Lait
Pokémon Mix au Lait is a beverage that tastes like chewing gum sold in Japan featuring Pokémon. The name "mix au lait" is French for "milk mix". It is sold at Pokémon Center Tokyo.
The show released on September 1, 2020 on Pop in the United Kingdom. On October 14, 2020, Tooniverse and several Korean networks are going to air Part 2 episodes. The Japanese opening song is "One, Two, Three" (1・2・3 ワン・ツー・スリー, Wan, Tsū, Surī) by After the Rain's Soraru and Mafumafu for 31 episodes and by Golden Bomber ...
- November 17, 2019 –, present
- 42 (Japan), 24 (U.S.A.)
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Bubblegum pop. From Simple English Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Jump to navigation Jump to search. Bubblegum pop, is a style of pop music. It derives from synthpop. It is much like its predecessors, although it adds traditional nursery rhymes to a synth background. The Archies created this genre of music. " Sugar, Sugar " is the first song which The Archies made that is bubblegum pop.
Oct 14, 2020 · Funko Pops. From Bulbapedia, the community-driven Pokémon encyclopedia. Funko Pops are a brand of figures produced by Funko. They are typically 4 inches tall, and based off movie, video game, and other pop culture icons. Pokémon figures are among the selection available, and were first introduced on July 19, 2018.
Pokémon: The First Movie is the soundtrack to the first Pokémon film in the American English dub. Some of the songs were featured in the animated short Pikachu's Vacation, and some songs did not feature in either the short or the movie at all.
"Pokémon - I Choose You!" (ポケモン！きみにきめた！, Pokemon! Kimi ni Kimeta!) is the first episode of the Pokémon anime series. It was first broadcast in Japan on April 1, 1997, in the United States on September 8, 1998, and in South Korea on July 14, 1999.
- Cards in Series 1
- Printing Examples
- Series 1 Tins
In the United States
There were four different printings from the United States that were distributed in the US, most of Europe, and Australia. These cards all had an oval Nintendo seal. The printings are distinguished by a blue, black, green, or red Topps logo, with card texts being updated between the first (blue) and second (black) printings. Due to an error, all foil cards after the first printing were printed with black logos, but can still be distinguished by the differences in their debossings. 1. 1st prin...
In other countries
Versions of the cards were also produced for the United Kingdom and some alternate languages. In addition to an English version for the UK, French, German, and Italian printings were produced by Topps' United Kingdom location, while Portuguese and Spanish printings were produced by Topps' Argentinalocation. These printings all feature a round Nintendo seal and a blue Topps logo, but none of these printings had a rainbow foil variation of the cards. Each non-English printing has translated tex...
There are thirteen cards featuring characters from the Pokémon anime. The first four cards have a Pokédex-style entry on the featured character, the other nine have pieces of a puzzle on the back. The image formed by the puzzle is the same picture that is used on the front of the checklist card.
US Produced Printings
The US Topps locations produced 13 unique 90-card sets across all US printings. The 4 rainbow foil sets are not pictured.
A set of five tins were also manufactured for series 1. The tins included seven packs of cards and an extra-large chrome card that matched the cover of the tin. 1. Pikachu 2. Squirtle 3. Bulbasaur 4. Charmander 5. Meowth
All card texts shown above are from the first printing, with the blue Topps logo. #08 Wartortle, #11 Metapod, and #76 Golem all had text changes in a later edition, which are noted within the texts...