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It’s been a while since I last announced the release of an issue of the Card Master. In case you were worrying if the magazine’s not doing too great, let me tell you that this is not the case. Everything’s going fine!
In fact, the magazine just gets better and better. This issue takes a look back at the European Championship and provides you with all the information from the tournament. There’s also a top 10 of The Shining Darkness included, so you’ll know which cards to look out for!
You can pick up the magazine at a store near you (if you’re living in Germany, that is…).
Shortly before Christmas (or in this case: right at Christmas), all the various magazines on the market are relasing their respective December issues. Not surprisingly, the TCG magazines are no exceptions, so expect to find the Card Master #75 in a store near you these days!
This issue marks another huge anniversary and comes with a brand new design! Despite a brief look back to past issues, you’ll find a news page, an article about Stardust Overdrive, a deck feature and a combo page (yeah, the combo page is finally back, it took quite some time off)! There’s even more cool stuff like a card gallery and a poster!
Soon, you’ll find some more infos on paninicomics.de.
This week, Card Master #69 should hit the shelves of a kiosk near you. Wanna know about the hottest cards from Raging Battles, what happened at the German Nationals 2009 or the future Organized Play programs? No problem, simply grab your copy.
It also features a card shooter that should be fun for a day or two.
Card Master issue 68 has been released today. It not only features a in-depth look of the latest Yu-Gi-Oh! starter deck, it also contains a review of the all-new set Raging Battles. Learn everything about the Blackwing monsters as well as the Koa’ki Meiru theme deck that will both try to find a place in the most diverse metagame that the Yu-Gi-Oh! TCG has ever seen!
The special gimmick of this issue is a deckbox offering you a nice opportunity to protect some of your most precious cards or your side deck.
Just click on the image of the magazine on the right to find your way to the Card Master-website.