Hatsune Miku Magic the Gathering Secret Lair Cards Appear in May
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Hatsune Miku Magic the Gathering Secret Lair Cards Appear in May

Six Hatsune Miku Magic the Gathering cards will be a part of a Secret Lair drop at 9am PT/12pm ET on May 13, 2024. People will be able to pre-order standard ones for $29.99 and foil ones for $39.99. 

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As usual, the Hatsune Miku Secret Lair cards will be a limited edition. The Spring Superdrop 2024 consists of the first six cards, and four more will eventually follow it. Each one is part of a Sakura Superstar group and features art from a different artist and are inspired by the Vocaloid’s past performances. People who pick them up will be able to choose between English or Japanese versions of the cards. 

Here’s the list of all the Hatsune Miku Magic the Gathering cards in the first Secret Lair drop:

  • Harmonize
  • Inspiring Vantage
  • Miku, Lost but Seeking (Azusa, Lost but Seeking)
  • Miku, the Redeemed (Feather, the Redeemed)
  • Miku’s Spark (Chandra’s Ignition)
  • Shelter

Here are all six of the Hatsune Miku: Sakura Superstar cards:

There’s also a Manbo-P “Harmonize” music video for the crossover:

Some major crossover cards appeared in Magic the Gathering. There’s going to be a Final Fantasy set, for example. Assassin’s Creedones did too. Likewise, notable artist from manga and games drew art for cards, like Junji Ito and Yoji Shinkawa

Secret Lair will take pre-orders for the Hatsune Miku: Sakura Superstar Magic the Gathering cards on May 13, 2024 at 9am PT/12pm ET.

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