When it comes to previewing Panini America’s highly anticipated 2014 Dragon Ball Z Trading Card Game, we’ve shown you the Commons. We’ve shown you the Uncommons. Today, though, we’re bringing you a thorough preview of Rares and Ultra Rares included in the triumphant return of the Dragon Ball Z TCG, out everywhere tomorrow. The four Ultra Rares shown in the gallery below have yet to be revealed. Many Rares have been previewed on our partner sites at DBZ Top Tier, DBZ Fanatics, Retro DBZ and the Panini DBZ Facebook News Page — the others are shown below for the first time.
The long-awaited release day tomorrow promises to be a busy one here on the Official Blog of Panini America Dragon Ball Z as we’ll provide an insightful Dragon Ball Z FAQ post and a must-see gallery that takes you pack by pack through one 24-pack Booster Box. Until then, though, enjoy the Rares and Ultra Rares that follow.
We’ve spent the better part of the last month here on the official blog of the Panini America Dragon Ball Z Trading Card Game providing exclusive glimpses of the set in advance of Friday’s highly anticipated release date. But now that release week is finally here, we’re about to ramp up our previewing efforts. Today, we’re giving you the world-premiere first look at the set’s Prizm cards and the Common cards that you haven’t seen yet either here or on one of our partner sites.
Panini America’s Optichrome Prizm technology has taken the sports card world by storm in the last three years, but they’ve never before appeared in a Dragon Ball Z release — until now. Beginning Friday, the Prizm technology will begin gripping the gaming crowd in a big way. One look at the images below and you’ll understand why. Each Starter Deck of the 2014 Dragon Ball Z TCG will include five base Prizm cards and one Prizm Rainbow parallel.