Where can I  find a list of Pokemon Full Art Trainer -Supporter cards?

We have been asked many times about which Full art Trainers or Supporters we have in stock, and in order to answer that question, we need to look at explaining what it is meant by Full Art Trainer -Supporter cards.

What are full art Pokemon cards?

Pokemon full art cards were in introduced in the Black and White Series of cards and are when  the image (or art ) takes up the whole card, rather than just the image window above the text. It has been reported that an average booster box will contain at least 2 Full Art cards in the box, which is around 1 chance in every 18 packs. That makes the Full Art cards very sought after.

While many (but not all) Secret Rares (cards numbered higher than the set number) are Full Art, the Pokemon company decided that the full art cards (in the english version) would be placed at the end of the numbering system.

So without delaying further, here is a list of Full Art Supporter Cards by set at the time of writing (English sets only):

Black and White series Full Art Supporter Cards

Noble Victories

N – The first Full art card to be released. Quite sought after purely from the fact that this was the first Supporter card to be released in a full art format.

Boundaries Crossed

Skyla

Bianca

Cheren

Plasma Storm

Colress

N Full Art Trainer
Professor Juniper Full Art Trainer

Plasma Blast

Iris

XY Series Full Art Trainer -Supporter list

Roaring Skies

Wally

Winona

Ancient Origins

Steven

BREAKthrough

Brigette

Giovanni’s Scheme