Hey, Pokemon fans! Weekly FOMO has a fantastic find for you!
We found this 300-page long book that attempts to explain the anatomy of your favorite pokemon characters. Check out this "Pokenatomy"
For instance, you'll have an idea of how Digglett looks under the soil.
You can imagine the story behind where Voltrob came from or how Ditto transforms.
Finally, you can formulate how Abra runs or how Magnemite reproduces.
The book has full-page anatomical illustrations for each of the 150 Pokemon characters. The images go as deep as describing the Pokemon's biology, behavior, and abilities.
It is genuinely one incredible find that we here at Weekly FOMO are so proud of being we're also big Pokemon fans!
Just so we're on the same page, this "Pokenatomy" is not an official Nintendo product. The video game company does not even endorse or support the book.
But you'll find it unique that this "Pokenatomy Book," although an "unofficial guide to the science of Pokemon," is the brainchild of someone who loves and adores these characters.
The illustrator would have been you. It's just that he thought about the project first.
Nevertheless, you would enjoy this Pokenatomy book just the same. Each page is a re-imagination of the beloved characters using modern biology.
The experience would be like having the Pokemon characters alive in real life! You will see and read about its DNA, body systems, hereditary traits, and how they adapt to our world.
Indeed, this book is the closest to the reality that we Pokemon fans could experience, and you can have my word for it.
The Pokenatomy book would also make perfect for a collectible. But most importantly, it serves as a guide when you're all over town playing Pokemon GO!
You might "catch them all" because you'll come equipped with in-depth knowledge about Pokemon transformation, biological-wise.
And when you're not out finding Pokemons, you could place the book on your living room's corner table. In this case, the Pokenatomy book serves as a perfect conversation starter whenever you have guests come over.
If you place it on your center table, it serves as an art piece, improving your overall interior vibe.
Interestingly, we came across some teachers who have creatively integrated the POkemon world into their science lectures. It makes students more engaged and interested.
If you are a teacher and currently looking for something fun for your students to look at anatomy and biology, this Pokenatomy book would be at your service.
For instance, you can make students understand the Onyx metabolism and effects of natural-selection by using this book in one of your lectures.
Whether you're a Pokemon fandom member or only a Pokemon Go player, illustrator, and teacher, this Pokenatomy book would be worthwhile.
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