Abra...Kadabra...Alakazam! Mystical and magical, this Psychic type has been intriguing players since Generation 1. (Am I the only person weirded out by the spoons?)
Alakazam's IQ may be in the thousands (over 5,000, to be exact), but what about PTCG card values? Read on...
This Alakazam is only a Rare, but the Skyridge set was printed in lesser quantities than other sets. It's worth holding onto, as rarity will only increase, but tricky to track down.
2009 gave us the 40th expansion of the Pokémon TCG, titled Platinum: Rising Rivals. Don't let that E4 in the title confuse you — it just means that this Ultra Rare Holofoil belongs to an Elite Four (E4) trainer. (It's Lucian, in case you're curious.)
Expedition, released in 2002, marked the first main expansion of cards from the e-Card Series. The then-updated card design, combined with its Holo Rare status, make this card a must-have.
This Holo Rare also happens to be a Base Set Shadowless card, which lacks a drop shadow behind the card art window. It's pretty old for a Pokémon card, harder to find, and overall, worth some serious cash.
Our top Alakazam came to us in 2006 via Crystal Guardians. The set is so beloved for its gorgeous artwork (featuring — you guessed it — crystals) that many collectors aim to literally catch them all. Alakazam Star is a pretty face AND pretty hard to find.
And there you have it! Which Top 5 Alakazam is the most mind-blowing to you?