Spoon-bending magician Uri Geller gives Nintendo permission to use the character Cadabra Pokémon Cards today after a 2-year legal dispute in which Geller claimed PokItmon’s japanese name and image very close to himself.
“I’m really sorry for what I did 20 years ago, ”Geller tweeted today. “Children and adults are lifting the ban. Now everything is connected #Nintendo to bring #cadabra #pokemon card back. It will probably be one of the rarest cards now! Much energy and love to all! “
Like Scenario While Kadabra is a word associated with magic, Pokémon’s Japanese name –written in various ways like Young people Yungellerand Yun Geller—It looks like a reference to Geller. Cadabra holds a visible spoon Reference to Geller’s most famous illusion. Geller sued Nintendo for Kadabra in 2000, demanded compensation, and insisted that the card should not be used on sets. “Nintendo turned me into an evil, secretive Pokémon character. Nintendo stole my ID bUsing step y and my signature picture, ” Geller said on time.
Later Kadabra one Pokémon card game since then 2003. Other evolutions of Kadabra Abra and Alakazam also have Japanese names referring to real-life magicians; these characters appeared on the cards, bypassing the Kadabra evolution.
Talking to the website PlayerGeller, “Due to the enormous volume of emails, I’m still begging to let Nintendo bring back Kadabra / Yungeller, I sent it […] A letter to the Nintendo president authorizing the worldwide reboot of Uri Geller Kadabra / Yungeller. ” Player He writes that Geller said he had a request “received bytwo Nintendo representatives,“But it is not yet clear whether Kadabra will reappear.