One Piece Hanafuda King card set published by Beverly Enterprises Inc, Tokyo, 2010. ‘One Piece’ is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Eiichiro Oda. The cards are a blend of One Piece graphics with traditional Japanese Hana Fuda cards. The cards have no text or indices but are organised into 12 sets of four cards, as shown in the accompanying leaflet printed in Japanese. Besides traditional Hana Fuda, the set can be used to play some new games with interesting special rules.
The Bristol Pack, an exhibition of playing cards designed by Bristol artists, 2005.
Norwegian Troll Cards published by Aune Forlag of Trondheim, c.2000.
Crikey! Classic British Comics playing cards published by Bird Playing Cards, 2013.
World of Harry Potter playing cards produced by Winning Moves under Waddingtons Number 1 brand, 2019.
Bicycle Cybertech playing cards inspired by cyberpunk genre, illustrated by Jamie Meza, 2019.
Harry Potter & the Goblet of Fire, 2005.
Emoticon playing cards designed by Buy Design Studios, 2016.
Lego Batman Movie playing cards, 2017
‘Stars Play’ card set published by Monty Gum, Leiden, 1988.
“007 Die Another Day” James Bond themed playing cards, 2002.
Film Stars from the 1960s with photography by Sam Levin.
Calavera playing cards designed by Jirs Huygen for Cartamundi, 2015
Harry Potter Hogwarts playing cards, c.2016.
Moviestars from the golden age of cinema by Offason AB of Sweden, c.2000s.
Dutch singers, TV and theatre artist playing cards for “Story” magazine, 1978.
Mickey Kids playing cards from Disney.
One Piece Hanafuda King card set published by Beverly Enterprises Inc, Tokyo, 2010
Lara Croft Tomb Raider 20 Years Commemorative Deck, 2016.
DRRR!!, short for Durarara!!, is an anime adaptation of a Japanese light novel written by Ryohgo Narita.
“Breaking Bad” fan deck designed by Albino Dragon and manufactured by the USPCC in 2014.
“Game of Thrones” playing cards are an official fan deck associated with the HBO adaptation of the books by George R.R. Martin.
Deck featuring “18 Rock ‘n’ Pop” Superstars portrayed on the court cards and jokers by eight of Britain’s leading illustrators.
Every card carries a different cartoon image in the Manga style, expressing moods and emotions.
Waddington’s “Hello Kitty” themed deck produced in 2009.
Waddingtons ‘DC Comics Originals’ deck from 2014 featuring ‘Batman’,‘Wonder Woman’, ‘Justice League’ and ‘Superman’
Monty Python playing cards marketed by ‘re:creation’ and made in China.
Wallace & Gromit playing cards published by Marks & Spencer, 2009.
Mr. Men™ & Little Miss™ playing cards by Roger Hargreaves
‘Star Wars’ playing cards produced by Character Games, 2002
Animated playing cards featuring full colour illustrations of the Toy Story 3 characters.
Dr Who is a long-running science-fiction television series produced by the BBC, first airing in 1963.
‘Doctor Who Adventures’ is a weekly magazine aimed at younger readers. From time to time free playing cards are included with the magazine
Doctor Who fan cards produced by Winning Moves under the Waddington's label, 2015.
Promotional deck produced by the British gentleman’s magazine “Esquire” c.2002.
SpongeBob SquarePants cartoon playing cards featuring SpongeBob and Patrick the star fish
“007 Guns & Gadgets” themed playing cards printed by Carta Mundi, 2005.
The official ‘Simpsons’ playing cards produced by Winning Moves Games, 2003.
Superman World Hero™ playing cards made in Belgium by Carta Mundi
‘Adventure Time’ cult sci-fi playing cards published by Forbidden Planet.
“The Muppet Show” playing cards made by ASS Altenburger in 1978.