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As it’s living the popular life with an upcoming new PS3 release, The iDOLM@STER has had some spectacularly illustrated promotional trading cards developed in correspondence to the game.

The cards, as you can clearly see, feature amazing original artwork of the entire beloved cast of idols. These cards come in two flavors of format – one of which is a numeric level indicator similar to say, Yu-Gi-Oh, the other, a more collectable card themed layout. Different artists took on the challenges for both of these projects, and an even wider range of artists were responsible for creating the individual art of the cards.

The lengthier, more event oriented of the two as seen above have art which was all hand-drawn by separate artists. These cards focus on songs by each of the idols, while the other set is derived of nothing more than the idols themselves as characters.

The iDOLM@STER 2 is a sequel of the hit iDOLM@STER series, recent hype has been stirring as the game will finally be making its way onto the PS3 gaming platform – allowing The iDOLM@STER to ensnare a large audience of identity theft victims.

Below you can see all the cards in their sparkly idol wonderment. Take note the power is only over 9000 on lolita characters such as Iori and Haruka – busty bishoujo Azusa is a close second with a perfect 9000.

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