The magician took the hanging geller Social media Pocket monster Cadabra has apologized for being banned from the official Pokemon trading card game many years ago and has now given Nintendo permission to use it again.
“I’m really sorry for what I did 20 years ago. Kids and adults I’m releasing a ban. Now it’s up to #Nintendo to bring back my #Cadabra # Pokemon card. It could be one of the rarest cards now! Great power, love to everyone!”
Back in the year 2000, Geller Attempted to sue Nintendo for $ 60 million ($ 100 million), Pokemon Kadabra claims to be an unofficial imitation. He still figured out how some shapes on the pocket monster could be compared to Nazi SS symbols, which he was not even impressed with. This is what he says at the time:
“Nintendo turned me into an evil, occult Pokemon character. Nintendo stole my identity by using my name and my signature image. I want to tell the world before the holiday season begins, I have nothing to do with these violent characters.”
The The Japanese name for cadabra – Ungerrer / Ungeller / Yun Geller – refers to Geller. The English name is also associated with magic and, apparently, the pocket monster is famous for crafting spoons.
Speaking to TheGamer via email, Geller said it had now sent a letter to the Nintendo chairman authorizing the company to relaunch the “hanging geller cadabra / eungeller” card worldwide.
“Due to outrageous emails, I beg you to allow me to bring back the Nintendo Cadabra / Eungeller, I sent […] A letter authorizing the Nintendo Chairman to relaunch the worldwide hanging geller Kadabra / Yungeller. “
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