Maroon 5's kitschy, ridiculous music video for their 10,000th breakup single “Don’t Wanna Know” tries to capture the sad, depressing life of a Pokémon through dark humor and schadenfreude.
The Hill’s annual ‘50 Most Beautiful’ list is up—an important reminder to us all that even in D.C., people are attractive.
I started working at Gawker.com in April of last year, and ever since, I’ve received a constant barrage of always furious, often antisemitic, and rarely coherent emails to my inbox. Reading these is, truthfully, the single best part of my day.
If you’ve spend most of your days muttering under your breath about Caterpie and your nights tossing and turning, dreaming about the Pikachu you saw at your cubicle but couldn’t quite catch, have I got an app for you!
At a rally in Annandale, Virgina, Hillary Clinton delivered an uncomfortable joke about Pokemon and voting that your mom is sure to love. “I don’t know who created Pokemon Go,” Clinton said, “but I’m trying to figure out how we get them to Pokemon Go to the polls!” The crowd, ostensibly filled with women just like my…
This past weekend, watching hordes of grown people wander around New York City, phones akimbo, scouring for cartoon characters in real-life places with an enthusiasm rarely conjured for fellow live humans, it became clear to me that Pokémon is the Feds.
Move over, Professor Sycamore. There’s a new daddy in town. (NSFW warning!)
Narrow wins, level-one teams, besting cheaters, Shiny Pokémon captures...Kotaku readers shared some of their most impressive and memorable victories playing the Pokémon series. Here are 20 of the best of those stories.
So apparently in Pokemon X & Y at the "Battle Maison" there is a woman who seems to be trans. She says she used to be a Black Belt, an all male trainer class.
Herman Cain's interview with GQ has hit the ass of the internet like a swiftly moving hand of playful workplace encouragement. We already knew Cain is well versed in public buffoonery, and this interview doesn't disappoint. Let's take a look at nine ways in which Princess Pizza has embarrassed himself this time.
Hoping to tap into the female market, Magic and Pokemon card guru Peter D. Adkison is shilling a line of collectible cards aimed at little ladies aged 6-12 called Bella Sara, which is "an imaginative, joyful world of horses, where every girl is special and uniquely beautiful." Bella Sara's unicorn trading cards come…