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MC-002 Pikachu
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MC-003 Raichu
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File:MC-4.jpg|MC-004 {{p|Bulbasaur}}
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MC-005 Ivysaur
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MC-006 Venusaur (New Version)
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MC-007 Charmander
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MC-008 Charmeleon
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MC-009 Charizard (New Version)
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MC-010 Squirtle
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MC-011 Wartortle
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MC-012 Blastoise (New Version)
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MC-013 Chikorita
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MC-014 Bayleef
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MC-015 Meganium
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MC-016 Cyndaquil
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MC-017 Quilava
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MC-018 Typhlosion
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MC-019 Totodile
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MC-020 Croconaw
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MC-021 Feraligatr
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MC-022 Treecko
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MC-023 Grovyle
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MC-024 Sceptile
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MC-025 Torchic
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MC-026 Combusken
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MC-027 Blaziken
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MC-028 Mudkip
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MC-029 Marshtomp
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MC-030 Swampert
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MC-031 Eevee
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File:MC-032 old.jpg|MC-032 {{p|Vaporeon}}
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MC-033 Jolteon (New Version)
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MC-034 Flareon (New Version)
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MC-035 Espeon
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MC-036 Umbreon
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MC-037 Articuno (New Version)
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MC-038 Zapdos (New Version)
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MC-039 Moltres (New Version)
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MC-040 Mewtwo (New Version)
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MC-041 Mew (New Version)
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MC-042 Raikou
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MC-043 Entei
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MC-044 Suicune
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MC-045 Lugia
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MC-046 Ho-Oh
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MC-047 Celebi
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MC-048 Regirock
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MC-049 Regice
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MC-050 Registeel
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MC-051 Latias
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MC-052 Latios
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MC-053 Kyogre
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MC-054 Groudon
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MC-055 Rayquaza
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File:MC-056.jpg|MC-056 {{p|Jirachi}}
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MC-057 Deoxys
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MC-058 Plusle
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MC-059 Minun
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MC-060 Aipom
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MC-061 Arbok
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MC-062 Meowth
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MC-063 Arcanine
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MC-064 Machamp
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MC-065 Kricketune
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MC-066 Magmortar
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File:MC-067.jpg|MC-067 {{p|Carnivine}}
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MC-068 Gengar
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MC-069 Onix
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MC-070 Probopass
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MC-071 Rhydon
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MC-072 Luxray
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MC-073 Scyther
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MC-074 Pinsir
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MC-075 Hippowdon
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MC-076 Gyarados
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MC-077 Snorlax
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MC-078 Dragonair
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File:MC-79.jpg|MC-079 {{p|Dragonite}}
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MC-080 Heatran
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MC-081 Marill
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MC-082 Sudowoodo
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MC-083 Wobbuffet
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MC-084 Steelix
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MC-085 Scizor
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MC-086 Heracross
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MC-087 Sneasel
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MC-088 Darkrai
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MC-089 Houndoom
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MC-090 Rhyperior
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MC-091 Roserade
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File:MC-92.png|MC-092 {{p|Lickilicky}}
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MC-093 Tyranitar
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MC-094 Gallade
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MC-096 Empoleon
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MC-097 Drifblim
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MC-098 Torterra
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MC-099 Vespiquen
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MC-100 Infernape
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MC-101 Hariyama
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MC-102 Azurill
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MC-103 Skitty
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MC-104 Aggron
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MC-105 Roselia
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MC-106 Mismagius
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MC-107 Garchomp
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MC-108 Hippopotas
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MC-109 Shieldon
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MC-110 Flygon
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MC-111 Zangoose
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MC-112 Corphish
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MC-113 Armaldo
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MC-114 Milotic
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MC-115 Tropius
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MC-116 Absol
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MC-117 Wynaut
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MC-118 Rampardos
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MC-119 Salamence
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MC-120 Metagross
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MC-121 Munchlax
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MC-122 Lucario
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MC-123 Mime Jr.
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MC-124 Bonsly
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MC-125 Weavile
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MC-126 Manaphy
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MC-127 Mantyke
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MC-128 Spiritomb
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MC-129 Buizel
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MC-130 Turtwig
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MC-131 Piplup
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MC-132 Chimchar
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MC-133 Buneary
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MC-134 Cherrim
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MC-135 Kricketot
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MC-136 Dialga
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MC-137 Electivire
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File:MC-138.jpg|MC-138 {{p|Palkia}}
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MC-139 Pachirisu
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MC-140 Drapion
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MC-141 Starly
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MC-142 Budew
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MC-143 Croagunk
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MC-144 Prinplup
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MC-145 Staravia
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MC-146 Floatzel
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MC-147 Cranidos
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MC-148 Glameow
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MC-149 Shinx
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MC-150 Riolu
 
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Revision as of 01:22, 22 October 2011

Monster Collection fifth generation logo

Monster Collection (Japanese: モンスターコレクション) is a line of collectible Pokémon figures produced by Takara Tomy in Japan. Also known as simply 'Tomy Figures', they are standard PVC models of each Pokémon. There is at least one of every Pokémon, except fifth generation Pokémon which are still in production.

Pikachu Monster Collection figure

In Japan, they can be purchased at many stores, and of course the Pokémon Center itself sells all of the current figures for 294 Yen. The USA Pokémon Center also sells them at $4.95 each, but does not stock many and mainly has the fourth generation Pokémon available rather than old generations. They also offer special 'Bundles' of them as well.

The Hasbro equivalents that were sold worldwide were known as Battle Figures.

Packaging

There are four current types of packaging, each for the specific generation. Some Pokémon have been released in more than one type of packaging, and usually have some minor difference each time.

First Generation

The first generation packaging was black, with a small picture of the Pokémon in the pack near the top left, and information about the Pokémon to the right of this image. The number can be found at the top right.

Second Generation

The second generation packaging was yellow, and featured the same layout as the first generation. The number this time, however, was on the top left of the box.

Third Generation

The third generation packaging is the only series thus far to be packaged in a box rather than just a blister pack. It contains information on the Pokémon at the side of the box, with the same picture on the other side as well. The number is on the bottom right of the package.

Fourth Generation

The fourth generation packaging reverts back to the previous generation packaging. The top of the packaging is red, with a Poké Ball on the top left. Behind the Pokémon is a white background with a faint background effect. On the left side is a black column with the text 'Pocket Monsters' on it using the background coloring. The number is on a black and white sticker on the front of the box.

Fifth Generation

The fifth generation packaging is similar to last generation's packaging but yellow. The right side of the packaging is black with a Poké Ball at the side right side of the logo in the middle.

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Pokémon toys
Takara Tomy: Monster CollectionPokémon mateGrabber BallDeluxe TrainersZukan figuresSuper Ball
Gacha setsDiamond and Pearl Plush CollectionDiamond and Pearl Choro-QsPokémon Egg PlushesPitaPoké
Pokémon Z-Ring
Hasbro: Battle FiguresBattle TrainerPoké-PacksPoké Ball BlasterDeluxe TrainersGrabber Ball
Combat FiguresPlush figuresBean-filled plush figuresElectronic figuresPower BouncerV-Trainer
Quick-Change Poké BallPull Backs!Electronic PokédexElectronic Poké BallTHINKChipPlush clip-on
TPCi: Pokémon HousePoké DollKuttari CutiePokémon Gallery Figures
Jakks Pacific: Action FiguresBattle Dome PlaysetDiamond and Pearl Electronic Talking PokédexDiamond and Pearl vehicles
Fossil Regeneration StationReversible Poké Ball plushSinnoh Region PlaysetUnova Electronic Pokédex
Other: Pokémon KidsDeluxe PokédexMighty Beanz Pokémon: AdvancedBandai FriendsBuild-A-BearBuild 'n Battle
Play by Play plush figuresMini-SkateboardMini-SnowboardPokémon KeychainPokémotionElectronic Yo-Yo
Backpack PalApplause Inc. plush toysCyclone 2Pokémon NanoblocksIonix Pokémon construction sets


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