Dang. I had no idea about these videos. Luckily I have been collecting Pokemon cards since they first came out and kind of have that knowledge on my side.So, basically, someone (or several someones, not sure where the vids came from) thought it'd be funny and posted some troll videos on social media stating the values of several cards to be way higher than they actually are, and the listing prices on eBay are still absurdly high because at least one of those videos claimed the Bill card was over $3000, which, despite being an obvious troll to those in the know, still roped in a lot of naive people, and those listing prices are the aftershocks of all those people who brought that troll's bait.
It's quite frankly annoying as a long-time collector that all of these new collectors got taken for a ride by a couple troll videos. The only card that I've seen in said videos that was actually worth anywhere near what the videos claimed is the Pikachu Illustrator card.
Well, I might not know, but I do have quite a bunch of them (I have more Dark cards than Light ones since Light cards appeared only once) but they are worth collecting. That's what I think. My prides in both Dark and Light cards are Holo Dark Crobat and Holo Light Azumarill.Hey, guys. Do you think that Dark Pokémon cards (opposite of Light Pokémon cards) were well-received or acclaimed by collectible card game journalism critics?