Poke Wars: Star Wars Inspired Pokemon

Poke Wars: Star Wars Inspired Pokemon

 

Fun.com created these awesome Star Wars / Pokémon mashups! This goes without saying, but Star Wars is the biggest movie franchise of all time. Since its debut in 1977, no movie has dominated movie theaters like whichever Star Wars film was playing at the time. (Yes, even the prequels.) Since its triumphant return as a Disney property in 2015, Star Wars: The Force Awakens and Rogue One: A Star Wars Story have combined to bring in more than $3 billion from the worldwide box office. Star Wars: The Last Jedi, the latest entry in the saga, will definitely be adding to that total.

With the recent release of Star Wars Battlefront II, Star Wars looks to be one of the biggest video game franchises as well. However, it may still need some time to catch up to others. Pokémon has become one of the best-selling video game franchises, racking up 300+ million units sold over the past 20 years across various systems. The latest installments, Pokémon Ultra Sun and Pokémon Ultra Moon, were released in November 2017 to positive reviews and furthered its title as one of the most popular video game franchises to date.

Of the several things that both Star Wars and Pokémon have in common, perhaps most notable is the vast number of characters. Aside from main characters, there are more than 800 Pokémon compared to Star Wars, which features countless species in its universe. Just for fun, we thought we'd illustrate some those characters from the galaxy far, far away and turn them into Pokémon. Take a look below for some of our favorites!

Poke Wars: Star Wars Inspired Pokemon

Poke Wars: Star Wars Inspired Pokemon

Poke Wars: Star Wars Inspired Pokemon

Poke Wars: Star Wars Inspired Pokemon

Poke Wars: Star Wars Inspired Pokemon

Poke Wars: Star Wars Inspired Pokemon

Poke Wars: Star Wars Inspired Pokemon

Poke Wars: Star Wars Inspired Pokemon

Poke Wars: Star Wars Inspired Pokemon

Poke Wars: Star Wars Inspired Pokemon

Artist: Fun.com

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December 22 2017



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