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Pokémon Action Figures were first released in 2007 by Jakks Pacific to promote the Pokémon: Battle Frontier series. Later series of figures were released under the Pokémon Pokémon the Series: Diamond and Pearl, the Johto edition was to commemorate the Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver games and lastly Pokémon the Series: Black & White of the anime.
Figures were initially sold in packs of three, and later in individual and six figure packs. Anime characters such as Brock were also available.
The figures were released in conjunction with several playsets like the Battle Dome and Sinnoh Region sets, vehicles, and battle links (elemental platforms that connected like jigsaw pieces).
For details of Jakks Pacific Sets; http://figurecollections.com/line.php?id=502
The following figure sets were released in 2007 to promote the Pokémon: Battle Frontier series and Lucario and the Mystery of Mew movie.
Pikachu figures came several different poses, including sitting, standing, attacking. Also Latias and Latios figures came as either their normal forme or an invisible forme; a nod to their ability to camouflage as seen in Pokémon Heroes: Latios & Latias.
Series One Multipacks
The Series One Multipack each included three figures and a "Mystery Box" which contained collectible stickers.
Series One Marble Packs
Series Two Multipacks
Series Two Marble Packs
The following two sets each included one figure, a plastic playmat and scenery pieces like trees or mountains.
World of Pokémon playset with invisible Latias
Mystery of the Mew playset with Lucario
List of Pokémon available as figures