Guess what we’re going to be doing for the foreseeable future? You guessed it, catching ‘em all!
Every Aussie ‘90s kid will remember waking up early before school to watch Pokemon on Cheez TV, then we’d go to school and talk about the shenanigans Ash, Pikachu, Team Rocket and co had gotten up to, all while we traded our Pokemon cards like currency. If you owned a Holographic Charizard, you basically ran the playground. Now we can all relive those days, except this time we’ll be trading Pop! Vinyls instead of cards.
Here we have Eevee, a Pokemon with an unstable genetic code, which allows it to evolve into one of eight different Pokémon informally known as "Eeveelutions". The first three of these evolutions, Vaporeon, Jolteon and Flareon were introduced alongside Eevee in the original Pokemon Red, Blue and Green games that we all spent a good majority of our childhood addicted to.