Amazon now offers a Pokemon t-shirt subscription service

Amazon is quietly launching a Pokemon-themed subscription as part of its “T-Shirt Club” program, giving fans monthly Pokemon shirts for a low fee.


Since the beginnings of pokemon red and green in Japan in 1996, Pokemon has become one of the largest and most recognized media franchises in the entertainment world. Of the popularity of video games with Nintendo recently announcing the next games in the main series in pokemon scarlet and Purple, to the success of the franchise as a whole across the collectible card game, anime, and more, the monster catching franchise has become an icon not just for the developer but for the gaming industry as a whole.

Throughout the history of Pokemon As a franchise, Monster Catching Mania has had no shortage of high-profile collaborations with some of the biggest brands and celebrities. PokemonLast year’s 25th anniversary concert featured rapper and musician Post Malone as the star of the show while the franchise has seen regular partnerships with major brands like Build-A-Bear and McDonald’s. Now, PokemonThe franchise’s new partnership sees the franchise team up with Amazon for a subscription service offering fans new Pokemon-Themed t-shirts arriving every month.

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The collaboration between Amazon and Pokemon was spotted on Sunday afternoon by the Pokemon news PokeJungle Twitter account. No official announcement has been made by Amazon or Nintendo revealing the partnership with the service being quietly launched as part of Amazon’s T-Shirt Club program. The mystery design for the Pokemon The first T-Shirt Club shirt has yet to be revealed, but interested fans can sign up for the service on Amazon for a monthly fee of $19.99 with options for youth, men’s and youth fits and sizes. women ranging from X-Small to 3X. -Big.

PokemonThe monthly t-shirt subscription service is the newest addition to Amazon’s extensive T-Shirt Club program, which includes nearly thirty popular brands from TV, film and pop culture in general. The LootCrate-like subscription service not only offers packages focused on individual movies and TV series such as Office and star wars, but also offers more generic packages that include a collection of popular bands such as Queen and The Who, as well as non-specific collections that focus on a theme rather than a particular media property. Most subscriptions are similarly priced to Pokemon collection in the $15-20 range.

The success of recent Pokemon titles showed that, even 25 years after his debut took the world by storm, PokemonThe popularity of has shown no signs of slowing down. The highly anticipated Pokemon Legends: Arceus topped the charts in January despite being released towards the end of the month, and Pokémon Sword and Shield became the franchise’s third best-selling game, just behind Pokemonthe first two generations. from Amazon Pokemon The t-shirt subscription service should seek to give Pokemon fans a variety of options to show their love for the legendary franchise.

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