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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.
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 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.
A riot of colours and images, the collage art blends pictures from magazines and books into a cohesive and attractive deck. The Mansions of the Moon Tarot has been available in a majors-only, 22 card deck, or a standard 78 card deck.
This wonderful deck is a tarot ancestor, with only fifty cards. The Mantegna Tarot artwork, originally created in 1460, has been recoloured and highlighted with silver. What appears as mottled dark grey in the digital scans is actually bright silver foil.
The Maori Oracle is a natural and beautiful deck of 58 cards from New Zealand artist, P.A. Minnell. Each card features a 'tohu', or sign, significant to the Maori. The deck honours the native tradition of seeking advice and guidance from ancestors and loved ones.
The symbology of each card in the Marco Benedetti Tarot has been reduced down to its basic elements, and stylistic figures and a gold leaf background characterise the painted artwork of this Italian deck.
These cards are from the 2002 edition of the German-published Margarete Petersen Tarot, which has now also been released in an English edition. The 78 cards have a dark border surrounding the magical and hauntingly beautiful art.
The Marie-Claude Purro Tarot is from a Swiss artist of the same name. Her 22 cards are European-style, illustrated with swathes of colours, bold reds and strong darks. Now available in a limited edition printing from Adam McLean.
The Marielisa Leboroni Tarot has woodblock print illustrations of its own style in dark ink on light paper. This is the 78 card black and white edition of the Italian deck that was previously printed as 22 cards in colour.