Decks with a Happy Squirrel Tarot Decks
Tarot decks that include a card for The Happy Squirrel, as first seen on The Simpsons.
The All Hallows Tarot, previously only available in a 22 card set, is a now full 79 card deck (the regular 78 plus a Happy Squirrel card). It has a modern Halloween theme, with strange people emerging from the dark - goths, ghosts, punks and mediums - drawn in Robyn's trademark style. The deck is now in print from Tarot Connection, due to popular demand.
The Animism Tarot merges tarot and animal symbolism in a fully-illustrated 79-card deck. Each of its charming cards, originally painted in a textured acrylic, showcases a different animal. The deck (naturally) includes an extra Happy Squirrel card. Available from the artist through The Game Crafter.
The International Icon Tarot is a reworking of the Rider-Waite images, applicable to a universal audience by using simple iconic signs with neutral, faceless figures without sex or race. A modern classic (with the addition of The Happy Squirrel card).
Les Adorables has thin, long cards illustrated in a cute watercolour anime style. It's majors only but has 23 cards - the extra is the Happy Squirrel card, made famous by 'The Simpsons'.
The Mibramig Magical Tarot is a quirky look into the imagination of artist Mibramig. A light-hearted and joyful interpretation of the tarot universe, it's best for the more advanced tarot reader. The 79-card deck also includes an extra card for the Happy Squirrel.
The Picture Postcard Tarot is a full deck put together from vintage postcards from the early 20th century. The images show the culture, context and expectations of humanity just over 100 years ago. It's a 79-card deck, with the usual 78 plus a Happy Squirrel card. It was available in a self-published, limited edition of 50 decks from the artist, but is now sold out.
The legendary literary detective comes alive in the Sherlock Holmes Tarot. This beautifully themed 79-card deck stays true to the characters, era and stories from the books by Arthur Conan Doyle. The majors are important figures and locations from the books, while the minors each have a scene from a particular story.
The Tarot de Marcelino is a Marseilles-inspired deck in a very quirky and distinct style, from the 'Not-So-Master of Cutesy Cards' (otherwise known as Lynyrd Narciso). It's a full 78-card deck, but does have pips rather than illustrated minor arcana. It's printed in burgundy ink on unbleached paper, and has been published in a limited edition of 70 decks.
The Tarot of the Midnight Masquerade is a limited edition and luxurious set of 28 cards (plus two title cards), presented in a handpainted, themed wooden box. The deck has 22 majors and four aces based on the Rider-Waite tradition, an alternate Wheel card and a Happy Squirrel card, drawn in vibrant pastels and featuring masked characters at a ball.
The Touchstone Tarot is a character-driven deck, with 78 tarot scenes digitally composed from Renaissance and Baroque paintings of the Old Masters. The second deck from Kat Black, the creator of the Golden Tarot, it's now sadly out of print.
The Twilight Rabbit Tarot has 78 cards of anthropomorphic rabbits in Rider-Waite-like scenes. Majors have been renamed to suit the theme (eg. the Hareophant). Suits have also been renamed to Clover (Wands), Passions (Cups), Carrots (Swords) and Stones (Pentacles).
The Victorian Trade Card Tarot is a 79 card deck (the standard 78 plus a Happy Squirrel card) with images created from trade cards of the 1870s to 1890s. This is the third deck from Marcia McCord, available in a limited edition of 100 sets.