World's playing cards

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1686 decks:

from 12 countries:

for children 6

Section title speaks for itself . Cards available for many children. Children - a huge audience of consumers and not by chance most of modern playing cards issued specifically for children. Decks are divided into cognitive and educational and entertaining. Most of the cards issued without developing card suits . A leisure contrary can be used for card games. By category cards mostly cartoon characters, movies and computer games. In the section shown are not very many decks, but in fact a lot of them . Including for sale and exchange. If you are interested in some kind of cartoon characters or children's TV series and you are interested in these cards, write to us:
Walt Disney productions

Walt Disney productions #04009

52+ 2 Classic, for children, Animals 20 june 2016

Snoopy #04031

52+ 2 Classic, for children, Animals 10 june 2015

Snoopy - a fictional dog beagle, a popular comic book series character Peanuts, created by the artist Charles M. Schulz and first appeared in the comic October 4, 1950.

Marvel comics X-men

Marvel comics X-men #00441

52+ 2 Non-standard, for children 16 may 2014

X-Men - mutant superhero team comic book publishing Marvel Comics, created by Stan Lee and Jack Kirby. First appeared in the first issue comic book The X-Men, released in September 1963. Some members of the team debuted before in other comics. The X-Men are the main characters commercially successful film series, several animated series and video games.

Teenage mutant Ninja Turtles

Teenage mutant Ninja Turtles #03686

52+ 1 for children 24 november 2013

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles first appeared in the pages of the graphic novel, published by Mirage Studios in 1984. The idea of ​​a turtle mutants appeared with two friends, Kevin Eastman and Peter Laird, one evening when they both drew comic figures. Taking the money borrowed from Eastman's uncle, the young artists themselves published the first edition comic book, which is the initial idea was to be a parody of the popular comic strip four 80 "Daredevil" and the New Mutants from Marvel, Cerebus by Dave Sim and ' Ronin by Frank Miller. In 1985, the young artists joined Jim Lawson, who expanded the images of turtles, Ryan Braun, Stephen Murphy, Dan Berger, Craig Farley and Mark Martin. For the most part of his success Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles are required for licensing agent, who offered Eastman and Laird comics build on this success, adjusting issue related products. In January 1988, Playmates Toys Inc., A small California company, was released toys-bug. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles were noted in the history of pop culture. Soon the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles were everywhere: from mugs and ending skateboards, toothbrushes and clothing. Initially all the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles were black and white, but Eastman offered to paint the cover only red armbands. However, when the turtles have become popular in the 80s, Laird and Eastman allowed each turtle give their own color on the bandana: red bandana was only at Raphael, Leonardo went to blue, purple and orange at the Donatello Michelangelo.


Hallmark #01674

52 Classic, for children 13 march 2012

United Feature Syndicate. inc

Flushed Away

Flushed Away #02960

+ 2 for children 27 march 2010

DreamWorks & Aardman

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