Mew Full Art Pokémon Card Unveiled in Pokémon TCG Announcement

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Pokémon TCG: Pokémon Card 151 introduces a Full Art version of Mew ex, which has been released in Japan ahead of the Scarlet & Violet – 151 drop in the USA.


Pokémon TCG Japan has unveiled the upcoming expansion set Pokémon Card 151, which is based on the original 151 Pokémon from the Kanto region. This set is particularly notable for featuring a new Kadabra card after a 21-year absence from the Pokémon TCG due to a lawsuit filed by magician Uri Geller, who claimed that Kadabra’s design was inspired by his spoon-bending technique. However, Geller recently withdrew his complaint, apologizing to Pokémon fans and allowing Kadabra to make a comeback. In addition to Kadabra’s return, this set stands out for its Pokédex order arrangement, which deviates from the usual type-based order. The set was launched in Japan on June 16th and will serve as the source for the first special set of the Scarlet & Violet era for English-language collectors, titled Scarlet & Violet – 151. Today, we will explore the Full Art Mew ex from this set.

Kanto cards. Credit: Pokémon TCG

Mew holds a special place in my heart as my favorite Mythical Pokémon, and it has been treated to some of the most stunning Full Art designs in the history of the Pokémon TCG. Notably, Mew has been featured in three different Full Art EXs, including a vibrant and whimsical card from Black & White – Dragons Exalted, a dazzling and glittery Radiant Collection card from Black & White – Legendary Treasures (which is personally one of my Top 10 cards ever), and a breathtaking Full Art from the XY Black Star Promo series. We also witnessed the release of a Mewtwo & Mew Full Art GX in Sun & Moon – Unified Minds and a visually appealing Full Art from the Sword & Shield – Fusion Strike series. Now, aky CG Works contributes a mesmerizing Full Art ex for Mew, which is truly extraordinary.

Japanese sets often provide insights into what English-language sets may offer, so it’s worth keeping an eye on our coverage. Stay tuned for previews of Scarlet & Violet cards and updates on everything related to the Pokémon TCG here at Bleeding Cool.


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