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Panini unveils new card collections


The company renowned for publishing books, comics, manga but above all for its stickers is back with new series from Minecraft, Fortnite and Super Mario.

Panini. Three syllables that resonate in me and transport me to childhood. I remember very well one summer when I spent my time filling my 2002 World Cup sticker book while memorizing the names of the players. Many of you will no doubt have these kinds of memories..

In fact, the company Panini settled in France since 1974 a cradled the childhood of many children especially with these collections of football stickers and cardsbut also others drawn from universes such as Harry Potter, Dragon Ball, LOL or Paw Patrol for the youngest.

Panini has just announced the launch of new collections of Super Mario, Minecraft and Fortnite licensed cards. In April, we learned that a partnership had just been signed with the Japanese video game publisher Nintendo around a new collection of Super Mario cards. In total 252 cards, including 72 specials and 8 limited edition cards are collectible.

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If this collection around the famous plumber and his acolytes is aimed at all types of generations, those of Fortnite and Minecraft refer to the most recent.

Named Fortnite Series 3this range is composed of more than 332 cards and we will find the most popular skins and other surprises. In 2019, Panini had met with great success with collections of stickers and Trading Card Fortnite.

Minecraft is no slouch and returns to Panini. Following the very good sales results of the first collections of cards and stickers launched in 2021, Panini Renews Partnership With Mojang Studios With Minecraft ‘Time To Mine Trading Cards’ Collection on May 6, 2022. With 207 cards including 108 specialthe whole universe of Minecraft there is to be found. Rare “PARALLEL” cards with multiple mirror effects will also be available to discover and collect.

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Source: www.eclypsia.com

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