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The Clow Cards are 52 magical cards revealed in the manga and anime series, Cardcaptor Sakura. Not strictly a tarot or oracle deck, the cards have descriptive titles like 'The Cloud', 'The Light' and 'The Illusion'. The art of each card is very similar in colour and styling. Card titles are in English.
In the Colman-Smith Tarot, Pamela Colman-Smith's line drawings as originally used in the Rider-Waite Tarot, have been psychedically enhanced with a fluorescent colour scheme.
The Color Wisdom Cards illustrate strange fables that came to psychic Tori Hartman after a near-death experience. Each tale has a colour theme and a colour title, eg 'Brad Blueberry' or 'The Carrot Coloured Cloak'. An intriguing and rather unique divinatory oracle.
The Color Your Own Tarot cards are black-and-white illustrations with a matte surface, designed to be coloured to your own preference (though some parts of card designs as in the High Priestess have been inked in black already). The card symbolism is based on the Rider-Waite, but with a modern edge. Along with the cards, the set contains a 64-page book and six coloured pencils.
Color Your Tarot is a 22-card, black and white line art deck in the Rider-Waite tradition. It's been designed and printed to be coloured in, similar to the adult colouring books on the market.
Colour Your Tarot is a black and white deck of 78 cards, designed to be coloured in by the user. The cards are based on the Marseilles tradition, and have fully illustrated major arcana but plain pip cards for the minor arcana. The deck is packaged with a set of colour pencils and a companion book.
The cards of this Taro, by occult writer and artist Ithell Colquhoun, are reminiscent of Rorschach ink blots. The images were made by pouring enamel paint onto a flat sheet of paper, for a swirling abstract effect. It's a full 78 card deck, now in print from Adam McLean more than thirty years after it was originally created.
The Comic Tarot is a large-size humorous deck of 22 cards, with illustrations inspired by comic books, graphic novels and cartoons. The deck also includes a previously unpublished mini graphic novel. Self-published by the artist through The Game Crafter.
Not for beginners, this is a tarot study tool created to illustrate Valerie Sims' Comparative Tarot reading method. Images of four different decks are depicted on each card - the Universal Tarot, Tarot of the Origins, Tarot of Marseilles, and Tarot of the Sphynx.
The Compass of Fate is a hand-drawn Oracle deck of 144 cards. It is a variation on a Mahjongg set and is divided into six suits: Cast, Lands, Items, Season, Reason, Virtues, and Elements. The entire deck is available for download on the author's website.