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The Tarot Café

The Tarot Café

Alternative Titles

English: The Tarot Café
Synonyms: The Tarot Cafe
Japanese: 타로카페

Information

Type: Manhwa
Volumes: 7
Chapters: 18
Status: Finished
Published: 2002 to ?
Authors: Park, Sang-Sun (Story & Art)
Serialization: None

Statistics

Score: 7.941 (scored by 2164 users)
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Ranked: #10412
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Popularity: #1436
Members: 4,489
Favorites: 220
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ManhwaPark, Sang-Sun (Story & Art)
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Volumes: /7
Chapters: /18

Synopsis

Meet Pamela, a tarot card reader who helps supernatural beings living in the human world. She'll help anyone, whether they're a love-stricken cat, a vampire spending eternal life running from his one true love, an unattractive waitress looking for the man of her dreams, or even a magician who creates a humanoid doll to serve the woman he loves. Although she is good-natured, there is a deep dark secret that she must deal with before she can move on to the next life.

(Source: Tokyopop)

Background

The Tarot Café was published in English by Tokyopop from March 8, 2005 to June 10, 2008. Tokyopop additionally released a digital edition on December 5, 2014. It has also been published in Italian by Flashbook, Spanish by La Cúpula, and Portuguese by NewPOP.

Characters

Pamela
Pamela
Main
Bellus
Bellus
Main
Ash
Ash
Main
Belial
Belial
Supporting
Nebiros
Nebiros
Supporting
Alecto
Alecto
Supporting
Victor
Victor
Supporting


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krisakola
Jun 19, 2010
The Tarot Cafe, one really good manwha, and as I can see, not really popular one. Maybe it's not really revolutional or outstanding in any way, but - for me - it was worth reading, reareading, and in the end, buying it (and of course, reading it again :> ).
If you wonder what made me so excited, the first thing is the feel that you get while reading the manwha. Somehow, it consumes you in a world that is kind of realistic, but still magical and alluring, sometimes creepy and odd, sometimes beautiful and elating. The art even emphasizes the feeling, because read more
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drnyet
Jan 29, 2011
Tarot Cafe is a rather charming manhwa. The main selling point for me is the abundance of sympathetic characters. Pamela, the tarot reader, has a long and fascinating past. She genuinely cares for all of her clients, regardless of the challenges presented to her personally. The clients themselves are engaging and easy to become attached to as you learn their stories, and some of the tales are genuinely heartwarming. The settings are also gorgeous, everywhere from centuries old Turkey to modern London, mystical forests, and the very depths of hell.

The plot itself is a little lackluster. Although individual elements of the past are enthralling (enough read more
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angelsreview
Nov 6, 2013
As you know from the other manga I reviewed, I love anything really supernatural, this is no exception. The manga has the same feel as xxxHOLiC and Pet Shop of Horror with a main storyline mixed into the small storylines that show up. We have a girl who has a café where people can come and get their Tarot read and clear up any lose ends that they may have in this world. She mostly helps the Supernatural because she herself is supernatural in that she has lived for over 700 years. It’s amazing to me how the stories seem to play out sometimes through read more
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