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    Officially licensed deck of playing cards with 52 unique images of Supernatural themed designs.

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Supernatural Playing Cards is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 2.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from LOVE IT! Love these cards. The number on the card is what season the pictures are from.
Date published: 2016-09-22
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Well thought out representation! I really have to admire the thought that went into these playing cards. In my opinion it was clever to associate Dean with 'hearts'. As it is often his love for his family that pushes along the story line in the show. Castiel is represented by a 'spade' which among other things represents challenges, failure, illness and loss. Ironically matching his multiple failures and practically his whole life in a way that can't simply be coincidental. Gabriel as the 'joker' and Crowley as 'king' makes perfect sense considering their roles in the show. A joker is also known as the 'wild card' in a deck of cards which matches the Archangel. Gabriel has always been the wild card because his intentions aren't always clear to the audience and his motives are virtually unpredictable. Sam as the 'club' doesn't seem to make sense at first glance. At least until you take into account that a club in a deck of cards can represent growth and social interactions. Which leaves Meg to fill the only position left in the deck 'queen'. The creators could have chosen Lilith or Abaddon (who was also a threat to the throne.) However, it was a nice surprise to find Rachael Miners image on the cards. She is an extremely talented actress but her character is sadly unappreciated in the fandom.
Date published: 2016-07-25
  • 2016-09-25T10:10CST
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