The Best Blastoise Cards to Collect 

The evolved form of Wartortle, and the final form of Squirtle, Blastoise is an original Pokémon that is instantly recognizable for most fans of the series. Blastoise is the game mascot of the Japanese and international versions of Pokémon Blue, and appears on the boxart of both editions.  Blastoise has been featured on 25 differentContinue reading “The Best Blastoise Cards to Collect “

The Best 1999 1st Edition Shadowless Pokémon Cards: Guide, and Buying/Selling Advice

1999 First Edition Shadowless Pokémon cards are legendary amongst Pokémon card collectors. It helped to kick off the craze around the world, which is still going strong as of 2022.  PSA 10 graded copies are where the true value lies, especially when looking at the rarer 1st Edition versions that are also Shadowless.  (Essentially, aContinue reading “The Best 1999 1st Edition Shadowless Pokémon Cards: Guide, and Buying/Selling Advice”

2022 Pokémon TCG: Pokémon GO Review

A set which relies on a range of nostalgic hits; Pokémon TCG: Pokémon GO is the latest release in 2022. This time, it centers on the popular mobile game of the same name which used augmented reality to great effect when it launched back in 2016.  Pokémon GO is still widely played, and it’s oneContinue reading “2022 Pokémon TCG: Pokémon GO Review

Pokemon Celebrations Review & Best Cards 

25 years after it’s initial release, the 2021 Pokemon Celebrations Elite Trainer Box looks at the best that the TGC has to offer with cards that will complement almost any collection.  Some of the most popular Pokemon cards have been re-released as part of the set, and boxes have been flying off the shelves duringContinue reading “Pokemon Celebrations Review & Best Cards “

The Best Pokémon Japanese Topsun Cards: Guide, and Buying/Selling Advice 

In terms of the earliest Pokémon cards, the 1999 set tends to be seen as the original by most fans.  However, Topsun cards are slabbed as a 1995 set, while it was originally given away with gum, having been produced by Top-Seika in Japan. All 150 original Pokémon can be found in the Topsun collection,Continue reading “The Best Pokémon Japanese Topsun Cards: Guide, and Buying/Selling Advice “

The Best German Pokémon Cards: Guide, and Buying/Selling Advice 

The majority of collectors focus on either the English or Japanese versions of the original 1999 Pokémon set, as seen by the prices for the majority of graded copies.  So far, graded German versions have managed to slip under the radar, but could they be the smartest investment overall given they’re so cheap in comparison?Continue reading “The Best German Pokémon Cards: Guide, and Buying/Selling Advice “