The Anime Tarot Deck and Guidebook
Written By: McCalla Ann, Mercenary of Duna
Chart a new path through your imagination with this beguiling interpretation of the traditional 78-card tarot deck. Anime Tarot Deck and Guidebook captures the unrestrained anime spirit with lavishly images inspired by classic tarot iconography. Featuring both major and minor arcana, the set also comes with a helpful guidebook explaining each card’s meaning as well as simple instructions for easy readings. Packaged in a sturdy, decorative gift box, this striking tarot deck is the perfect gift for any anime fan or tarot enthusiast.

AN ANIME ORACLE: The collectible Anime Tarot Card Deck and Guidebook set features an inspiring new vision of the tarot rooted in the rich artistic heritage of Japanese anime.

ORIGINAL ART: The booklet and each of the 78 cards in this deck feature never-before-seen original artwork crafted in a bold anime style.

UNIQUE TAROT EXPERIENCE: This deluxe set of 78 cards consists of both major and minor arcana for anyone beginning their tarot practice, as well as for experienced practitioners.

DETAILED GUIDEBOOK: Includes a 128-page guidebook with explanations of each card’s meaning and simple spreads for easy readings.

GREAT GIFT: Packaged in a sturdy and decorative gift box, making it the perfect gift for any occasion!
Format: Kit
Publication Date: 6/7/2022
ISBN: 9781647225698
Pages: 78 cards + 128 page booklet
Trim Size: 3.875 x 5.8125 x 1.8

  • About the Author 
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McCalla Ann, Author: McCalla Ann is a full-time witch and educator based out of New Orleans. She teaches occult history and education with an emphasis on mysticism and Kabbalah, and she also provides in-depth tarot knowledge through her Patreon and in classes that she hosts in both New Orleans and Salem, Massachusetts. When she isn’t crafting spells or burying her nose deep in a history book, she enjoys watching anime and playing video games with her cat, Storm. Instagram: @Saturnvox.

Mercenary of Duna, Artist: Mercenary of Duna is the pen name of an obscure artist quietly living and drawing in a hidden corner of Japan. In addition to illustrating the Anime Tarot Deck, he has also provided cover images for Vocaloid compilation CDs, illustrations for bishōjo games, and promotional manga for television. He is currently working on a picture book of his original artwork, which can be seen at