Pre-Order This Tarot Deck And Guidebook Today — The Release Date Is March 14, 2023.
I’m not all that familiar with Buffy, the Vampire Slayer. But I do love Tarot and I’m excited there is a Tarot deck coming out depicting all the beloved players in the Buffy franchise: Buffy, Willow, Xander, Spike, Angel, Giles, and others.
This is a 78-card deck following the Rider-Waite-Smith tradition of Tarot that I enjoy. There is a 78-page Guidebook included with your purchase. This has been beautifully packaged by Insight Editions.
Casey Gilly is the author of this great Tarot deck. She has also created My Little Pony: Generations and Star Wars Adventures.
Karl James Mountford is an illustrator who works in both digital and traditional media. His specialty is book cover designs, and book chapter illustrations, but also has done picture books, board games, and licensed items.
It’s truly unfair of me to make comments about this Tarot deck since I’ve never created one myself. BUT, I do know what I like and what I don’t like . . . I’m not a real fan of the color pallet. I’m just not too sure of the pictorial style . . . It doesn’t initially appeal to me, but given time I may grow to like it.
I do like to see what I’m getting before I order . . . Insight Editions has done a beautiful job in providing a variety of cards for us to see. I truly appreciate this.
I believe the DC Comic Fans would be quite delighted by this Tarot Deck. It would be great for your various readings and would make a wonderful gift for your favorite Tarot reader.
I was delighted while viewing the vast assortment of Tarot Decks With Guidebooks to come across two pre-orders for brand-new releases. It’s wonderful to be introducing these around the Halloween celebrations — I know dozens upon dozens of children will be wearing a costume of their absolute favorite superhero.
A haunting Tarot Deck of classic horror monsters inspired by film and literature.
Vampires and werewolves come to mind . . . mummies, perhaps . . . gigantic spiders don’t appeal to me personally . . . maybe some witches would be good . . . This could be stuff fueled by one’s overactive imagination and bring images for more nightmares.
Horror Tarot does fit in with our theme today. There is a 128-page Guidebook that will help you along with your readings using this uniquely illustrated Tarot deck. It does follow the traditional Rider-Waite-Smith format.
It does have quite a charming appeal I can’t deny. I do enjoy Abigail Larson’s gothic artwork.
The Gothic Tarot was released back in 2002 by Monolith Graphics. This 78-card deck will greet you with the likes of gargoyles, vampires, dark angels, and ghosts. It does give you that warm glowly Halloween spirit bubbling up from way down in your toes.
It would be a great deck to have on hand for your Tarot card readings during your Halloween party or Halloween-related event.