At a young age my obsession with Pokémon went far beyond the videogames. When Pokémon was the biggest craze at school, I would put them in my work at every given opportunity. Making up stories in English I would put Pokémon in it, even drawing Pikachu and Voltorb all over my electricity science project. I was only ten years old. When my Game Boy Pocket's batteries had died, I would be drawing Pokémon to pass the time. I was inspired by Ken Sugimori's Pokémon artwork in the Pokémon Red and Blue instruction manual. The Pokémon anime was on the television frequently which sparked my love for drawing in anime/manga style.
We've been clutching our one-way tickets for the hype train for months, standing on the platform and wildly speculating about who, what, where and when things will happen. Will Mario get a new type of hat? Could Link be ginger? When are they going to release Pokemon Snap 2, dammit?!
The next chapter of the Disney Infinity fairytale has been revealed, Disney Infinity: Marvel Superheroes, which comes as part of a new 2.0 version of the title. I've been enjoying Disney Infinity since its release last year and I'm absolutely thrilled to see it advancing and growing so quickly.