Serialized Doctor Who MTG Cards - Everything You Need To Know
At this point, we've had our fair share of serialized cards in Magic. The most popular being the 001/001 The One Ring card from the Lord of the Rings set, which sold for two million dollars to Post Malone. That said, the topic of today's article is the serialized Doctor Who cards. I'll cover which cards are numbered, how many exist, where you can get them, and show you the cards themselves. So, let's get started.
Serialized Doctor Who MTG Cards
Each of the 13 Doctor cards receives a serialized treatment in the Doctor Who set. They'll be in a special foil, "TARDIS Showcase" form, and each is uniquely numbered 500, plus the number of the given doctor. For example, there are 501 of the first doctor, 502 of the second doctor, and so forth, all the way to the thirteenth doctor, of which there are 513 serialized copies. The number for each individual card will appear where the three xs are.
Where Can You Get The Serialized Doctor Who Cards
These cards are only available in Doctor Who Collector Boosters. If you want to pull one of these, that's your desired product. That said, you've got less than a 1% chance of having one of these inside your booster. So, if you want a particular number or Doctor for your collection, you can always wait until it shows up on the secondary market and buy it.
And just for clarity, serialized cards do not come in any of the Doctor Who Commander precons.
All Serialized Doctor Who Cards
Here's a look at all Serialized Doctor Who cards. The serialized versions will have the same art as the ones you see below but will be numbered and be double rainbow foil.
There you have it, my friends, everything you need to know about the serialized Doctor Who MTG cards. It's not clear quite yet just how expensive these will be... But as of now, serialized versions of the 10th doctor (the only one up so far) on TCGplayer are between $600 -700. So, I'm sure they'll be quite a lot, especially for the more popular doctors and numbers.
If you have any questions or thoughts, comment and let me know. Until next time, good luck cracking those collector boosters. If you pull a doctor, let me know below!