The Pokémon Company Reveals Post Malone, J Balvin, Katy Perry Trading Cards

Celebrating the release of ‘Pokémon 25: The Album.’

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After releasing Pokémon 25: The Album to celebrate the 25th-anniversary of the franchise, The Pokémon Company has now revealed Post Malone, J Balvin and Katy Perry trading cards

Continuing its year-long partnership with Universal Music, the three artists that have provided songs to celebrate the anniversary received their very own Pokémon Trading Card Game designs. Each card features illustrations of the artists accompanied by familiar Pokémon. The P25 basic type V cards each have 180 hit points and feature card numbers that correspond to the birthday of the featured artist, Post Malone (July 7), J Balvin (May 7), Katy Perry (October 25).

Unfortunately, there is no word on if the Pokémon Trading Card Game will be releasing the special Post Malone, J Balvin, Katy Perry designs as physical cards.

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