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EVERY POKEMON IN THE FIRST DETECTIVE PIKACHU TRAILER

FIRST DETECTIVE PIKACHU TRAILER

FIRST DETECTIVE PIKACHU TRAILER: The first Detective Pikachu trailer is finally here, and with it comes nearly two dozen Pokemon rendered as realistically as possible. Some were clear, but many were hidden in a “blink and you’ll miss it” fashion.

Featured Pokemon include Jigglypuff, Braviary, Joltik, Pancham, a terrifying Mr. Mime and more. Check out the slideshow below to spot each and every one to see how these creatures would look in the real world.

Part of the fun in any Pokémon-infused adventure is seeing how many different types of creatures you can spot as you travail their weird, wonderful world. The first trailer for Detective Pikachu, the first ever live-action Pokémon movie, gave us quite a healthy opportunity to do just that, sprinkling sights of pocket monsters in almost every shot. We dived headfirst into this mission, highlighting every Pokémon we could possibly find in the trailer… and here they are!

The fist few seconds of the trailer gives us a whole bunch of Pokémon right out the gate:

The trailer also had various nods to Pokemon that weren’t actually shown in full, including signs with Victini, Whopper, Petilil, Vanillish and more. There were also multiple posters showing off both regular and legendary Pokemon like Rayquaza, Reshiram and Zekrom.

In addition to the trailer itself, an official poster for Detective Pikachu was revealed on Twitter, and it’s chock-full of its own poke-references. Looking closely, there’s a “Unova Style Pizza” sign, calling back to the Unova region in Gen 5 being analogous to New York, the Hi-Hat Cafe from the Detective Pikachu game, signs for Moomoo Milk, berry juice, rare candy and more.

More cool details, which can be discovered on the movie’s official website, include the purple “M2” graffiti on the dumpster referencing the legendary Mewtwo, a camera sign with the word snap calling back to the Nintendo 64 classic Pokemon Snap, a Pokemon Daycare, neon signs depicting Pokemon such as Loudred, references to in-game items like repel, a sign for J. Puff (Jigglypuff) Records, and an Eevee salon possible alluding to upcoming customization options in Pokemon: Let’s Go, Eevee!

FIRST DETECTIVE PIKACHU TRAILER

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