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Graphics from Pokésho are used on the profile pages of [[Pokeani]].
 
Graphics from Pokésho are used on the profile pages of [[Pokeani]].
   
Other than images, Pokésho also provides Pokémon fans with games such as ''Pokémon Type: Wild'', a 2-D fighting game.
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Other than images, Pokésho also provides Pokémon fans with games such as ''Pokémon Type: Wild'' (a 2-D fighting game) and ''Super Masato'' (a retro platformer game features [[Max]] and {{ga|Lyra}}). Webcomics and 4-komas are also available.
   
 
==External links==
 
==External links==

Latest revision as of 13:04, 20 January 2013

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Pokésho (Japanese: ポケ書 or ポケショ) is a Japanese fan-site for fan-made Pokémon artwork. Created by Pokémore (Soara), this site is well known for its work, including its graphics and parodic fan comics.

Graphics from Pokésho are used on the profile pages of Pokeani.

Other than images, Pokésho also provides Pokémon fans with games such as Pokémon Type: Wild (a 2-D fighting game) and Super Masato (a retro platformer game features Max and Lyra). Webcomics and 4-komas are also available.

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