It looks like Japanese artwork is getting rather popular! With Kamigawa: Neon Dynasty, many of the cards will be released with an alternate art version, and this time, the cards are in English. The artists, of course, are mostly known for their work on Japanese titles, so let's take a look at them (ukiyo-e lands included, of course)!
It's finally time for more Japanese alternative-art cards! 63 to be exact. With StrixHaven, 63 instant and sorcery cards will be re-released as Mystical Archive cards. Each of these cards has a Japanese variant by artists hired through the art agency Kogado. Let's take a look at the StrixHaven Mystical Archives and the artists behind these amazing Japanese cards!
This will be an image post dedicated to Magic the Gathering's Japanese alternate-art planeswalkers, from War of the Spark, then from the Jace vs. Chandra duel decks. The alternate-art images will be followed by the originals.
There could never be a better time for two of my favourite things to come together: Magic the Gathering and Japanese art. In Japanese boosters for War of the Spark, players have a chance to find the 36 planeswalkers... with alternate-art. Of course, everyone's already going crazy for the contribution by Final Fantasy artist Yoshitaka... Continue Reading →
With the continued release and popularity of the games and anime, it's safe to say that Pokemon will be around for a long time to come. However, the franchise has not always existed without its ups and downs. Looking back at the original Pokemon series, many episodes were edited or unaired for many reasons, including... Continue Reading →