It’s hard to believe that it’s been over a month since the release of the second EX set, Digital Hazard. This set has injected several debuting Digimon and fantastic alt arts that have quickly become sought after by collectors and players. With the release of X-Record, which hits shelves tomorrow (29/07/22) in North America, Latin America, Oceania and Europe, we take one final look at the Digital Hazard market before the next Digimon Card Game expansion hits.
Please note that prices mentioned in this article reflect the time of writing (27/07/2022) and are subject to change.
Beelzemon Blast Mode (Alternate Art)
Although we’ve already had one SEC of this card, which came with Special Booster 1.0, we will be getting a brand new version with Digital Hazard. Beelzemon: Blast Mode, which is a full art also illustrated by Sasasi, shows the demon Digimon looking incredibly cool armed with his smoking Corona Blaster.
TCG Player: $60
Gallantmon Crimson Mode (Alternate Art)
The alt art version of Gallantmon: Crimson Mode shows the Royal Knight Digimon taking hold of the divine lance of light, Gungnir, and the divine sword of light, Blutgang. Gallantmon fans will no doubt want to add this alt art SEC to their collection.
TCG Player: $50
Beelzemon (Alternate Art)
With the last Beelzemon card coming with the first booster of the TCG, having a new card has been a long time coming. In fact, there is a new archetype coming with this booster.
TCG Player: $38
Beelzemon Blast Mode (Standard)
TCG Player: $25 – $30
Gigimon (Alternate Art)
A Digitama card that everyone will be looking out for is Gigimon, who can be seen having fun at a carnival in this adorable alternate art.
TCG Player: $35
Gallantmon Crimson Mode (Standard)
Although the alt art of this card is the most valuable of the set, that doesn’t mean the standard version doesn’t hold a decent value. This is merited by the fantastic artwork and its use in play, especially within the Guilmon chain.
TCG Player: $30 – $32
Sakuyamon (Alternate Art)
Sakuyamon is an elegant and serene-looking Digimon, which is captured perfectly in this card art. She is based on the kuda-gitsune of Japanese folklore, possessing the power of the four elements – Fire, Water, Wind, and Thunder. Sakuyamon will play a big part in the newest Renamon chain heading to the Digimon Card Game, which will focus on using the Plug-In cards also coming with EX02 Digital Hazard.
TCG Player: $30
Debuting for the first time in the Digimon Card Game, Rika and Takato will be an important part of the Renamon and Guilmon chains. It’s rare to find Tamer cards on the higher value end of a set, but the iconic full artwork, and the fact that this is the introduction of these Tamers, has helped bump their price tag up.
Takato Matsuki (Alternate Art)
TCG Player: $30
Rika Nonaka (Alternate Art)
TCG Player: $25
Ai & Mako (Alternate Art)
TCG Player: $19
Gallantmon (Alternate Art)
Gallantmon has appeared several times already in the Digimon Card Game, with this latest one, illustrated by As’Maria, giving the Digimon incredible depth while in the midst of battle.
TCG Player: $17 – $19
The X-Record booster releases tomorrow, which will focus on the incredibly powerful X-Antibody Digimon that have appeared in several movies and manga, including Digital Monster X-Evolution and Digimon Chronicle. To check out all of the fantastic cards coming with this set, click here.
Mathew Parkes – Ludkins Media Editor-in-Chief