Ionix Pokémon

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Ionix logo.png
Ionix logo
Venusaur evolution Ionix.png
shapeshifting into Venusaur and Mega Venusaur
Release date(s) 2014
Type Construction toys
Age 6 - 14
Manufacturer Spin Master
External Links
Ionix Pokémon at the New York Toy Fair

Ionix Pokémon was a set of construction toy mini-figures and playsets produced by Spin Master, which were released in 2014. They are recommended for ages 6 - 14. The range was announced at the 2014 New York Toy Fair, where a Jessie figurine was also shown, but it was never released.[1][2]

Released merchandise


The mini-figures are made from construction bricks and shapeshifted into a Pokémon character, with additional accessories to complete the figurine.

Character Picture
Mini Fig - Pikachu Pikachu Ionix.png
Mini Fig - Ash Ash Ketchum Ionix.png
Mini Fig - Chespin Chespin Ionix.png
Mini Fig - Fennekin Fennekin Ionix.png
Mini Fig - Froakie Froakie Ionix.png


Character Picture Comments
Mega Venusaur Mega Venusaur Ionix.png The Mega Venusaur set comes with shapeshifting bricks and additional pieces to create 3 builds: Bulbasaur, and Venusaur, or Mega Venusaur. 131 pieces overall.
Pancham vs. Eevee Pancham vs Eevee Ionix.png Shapeshifting bricks for Pancham and Eevee come with a Rockslide playset. 66 pieces overall.

External links


  1. Toy Fair 2014 unveils Ionix Pokémon sets to be released in October - Bulbanews (retrieved January 23, 2015)
  2. Spin Master Adds DWA, Pokémon to Ionix - License Global (archived from the original October 12, 2015; retrieved March 17, 2024)

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