2016 marks the 20th anniversary of Pokemon, and at Magic Madhouse we’ve got the perfect amount of Pokemon trading cards for you to celebrate with! At Magic Madhouse were all about being able to offer you the very latest and best collections of some of the biggest TCG names in the world, in which Pokemon fits perfectly. No matter where you were when the original Base Set of Pokemon cards were released in 1999 it was hard not to be encapsulated by the hype. With thanks to the popularity of certain monster cards and how owning one propelled you into stardom amongst TC collectors and battlers, seen Pokemons reputation soar sky high. The hype in the two decades that followed hasn’t slowed down. So why not take advantage of the free UK delivery on all orders over £20 at Magic Madhouse and re-live your youth!
Consisting of 102 cards, the original Base Set brought a whole new world to the TCG. It introduced us to a host of Pokemon ranging from common to rare and completing a full collection became an obsession for millions around the world. Set in the Kanto region the original Pokemon followed young trainer Ash on his bid to become the Pokemon champion, defeating various gym bosses along the way to the Pokemon League. Although not all the original 151 Pokemon feature in the Base Set, it provides an excellent chance to start an impressive collection, even though it’s long been out of print single cards and unsealed packs of the Base Set are readily available at Magic Madhouse. More often than none it’s just that one card that keeping you from completing the full set, and with the original Base Set it’s always going to be that one card everyone wants, Charizard. At Magic Madhouse we’ve got a large collection of single Base Set cards, ideal for completing your collection, of either the 102 in the Base Set or the 151 that make up the original Pokemon.
If it is one of the original 151 Pokemon cards that you’re missing, but it’s not from the Base Set take a look at our collection of the Pokemon Jungle expansion pack at Magic Madhouse.