And that is the source for these cards... it feels fake there too. Something is fishy here... as just mentioned, the "Mythic," which doesn't feel very Mythic-like. Another thing, there is no flavor text on any of the cards, none, null, zero, zilch!
If Scars block and M12 were this underpowered I'd be ecstatic about this set since that means greater variety in deck building...but they aren't. If 99% of Innistrad is going to be this mediocre it's just going to get swept under the rug by the good cards that are still legal.
Funny observation: Mirrodin - Kamigawa - Ravinica happened in that order the first time around. Innistrad, with the stoppage of the power creep and flip cards being introduced, is as close as it gets to Kamigawa. At least the cards have better names this time around.
1: Doesn't the artwork of Blind Priest, strangely a white creature, depict a non-white demon worshipper (as revealed by Wizards)?
2: Curses are enchant players. (Aye?)
3: The wording is inconsistent, unless that's what designers are going for.
That should be adequate evidence to disprove the verity of these cards. If that's not enough, then there's ever the text, alignment, collector number (n cards out of 10), etc.
Perhaps these are mock-ups so as to pretty things up, sure but, if these are genuine cards, they're not so great.
These very well COULD be mockups, which has happened before, but the dealbreaker for me is the art from the Graveborn Premium Deck being used. That just seems odd. Though, have we seen the art from the curse before?