Pokémon • San Diego Comic-Con

vSquishmallows from Pokémon are real. The official Pokémon Twitter account hinted at an imminent partnership with the creators of Squishmallow plush toys.

Photos of the Pikachu and Gengar plush that are now on show at San Diego Comic Con were shared by the toy company's brand manager.

The partnership enables Pikachu to regain his weight. Over time, the design began to become significantly more compact.

In Pokémon Sword and Shield, Fat Pikachu made a triumphant comeback in Gigantamax Form. Those fans of Fat Pikachu who didn't want to spend that much money were left behind.

Aaron Margolin, the brand manager, said that these Squishmallows won't be available only at San Diego Comic Con.after Merritt delivered her 12th child.

Squish Alert, an app that tracks Squishmallow availability, predicts that Togepi and Snorlax Squishmallows will also be heading to Target.

the account stated that these Squishmallows have been identified in Target’s inventory system. There hasn't been any formal verification of the veracity of these disclosures.

Squish Alerts and Target both received emails from Kotaku, but at the time of writing neither company had replied.

Popular plush toy series Squishmallows made their debut in 2017, but their appeal really took off during the pandemic's peak.

Hundreds to thousands of Squishmallows are owned by collectors, and the fixation has been likened to the Beanie Baby craze.