Gotta catch ‘em all.
Assault rifles, cages of crying penguins, and factories of cute monsters was what Pokémon always needed.
Logan Paul wore a $150,000 Charizard into the ring last night and now claims it’s worth $1 million.
Trading card games sales exploded during the pandemic, but some owners worry if the collectors market will push away young people who just want to play the game.
Pickachu and Pichu help the pop star navigate her troubled youth with the power of electricity.
The Pokémon card crisis deepens after Target decides to stop selling the cards entirely.
Police responded to a fight in a Target parking lot where a man pulled a gun during a scuffle over collectible sports cards.
Pokémon cards are selling so fast that retailers can’t keep up and the secondary market is flooded with expensive chase cards.
Pokémon cards aren't just expensive. Card grading services are being completely overwhelmed in an “avalanche of cardboard.”
Pokémon card flippers are making Target stores chaotic, and the company has told employees to consider calling the cops on people who camp out overnight.
Gotta catch ‘em all, indeed.
Cards that sold for £60 back in January are now worth almost £1,000.