Manga Tarot Decks
Tarot decks with a manga comic or anime theme or appearance.
Created to accompany a roleplaying game of the same name, the Act With Tarot has black and white illustrated art with a dark manga look. The card scenes are tarot-related, though non-traditional.
The Homestuck Tarot has 78 cards featuring scenes and characters from the web comic, Homestuck. 39 different fan artists contributed cards, so the deck has a wide range of styles and imagery.
The Magic Manga Tarot has manga-style illustrations from a mix of eras, surrounded by spider-web-like decorative borders. The artwork colouring is muted, and the cards have a slight gothic feel.
This Manga Tarot is a a deck connected with the Eastern imagination, as illustrated in the comics known as manga. It has attractive artwork which is in the manga/anime style (but not exaggeratedly so), and the symbolism is fairly recognisable. There is one significant change however - cards that traditionally showed a man now show a woman, and vice versa.
The Manga Tarot is from Taiwanese artist Selena Lin who specialises in shojo, a romantic style of comic especially for teenage girls. Her 78 cards are pretty and filled with cute, big-eyed characters. Packaged as a set in a hinged, rigid cardboard box with a 64-page book.
The Manga Tarot Mini is the pocket sized version of the anime and manga themed deck, the Manga Tarot, by Riccardo Minetti and illustrated by Anna Lazzarini. The 78 cards have dynamic artwork with an interesting change - cards that normally feature a man here show a woman, and vice versa.
The Meta-Barons Tarot is based around the warrior characters and narrative of The Metabarons, a graphic novel series from Jodorowsky and Gimenez. The 78 cards are illustrated with original images from the books.
The New Clow Cards are a 54-card set based around the magical cards from the anime series, Cardcaptor Sakura. Compared to the original Clow Cards, these cards have a darker feel.
Tarot Card Misty is a sweet, major arcana only deck published in Korea. The cards have manga-style art created in a busy, colourful and detailed style. Each card has an English title and keyword, though the companion book is only published in Korean.