2013 Rittenhouse Spider-Man Original Animated Series Lenticular Trading Cards

2013 Rittenhouse Spider-Man Original Animated Series Lenticular Trading Cards

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The animation might not stand up to today's standards, but the 1967 Spider-Man cartoon is still beloved and cherished by many. 2013 Rittenhouse Spider-Man Original Animated Series Lenticular trading cards captures the spirit of the show with a 10-card factory set.

Sets come with nine lenticular motion cards. Each has a small chunk of motion that showcases the colorful look of the cartoon.

Every 2013 Rittenhouse Spider-Man Original Animated Series Lenticular set also comes with a Paul Soles autograph card. Soles voiced Spider-Man and his alter ego, Peter Parker, in the show. He also provided the voice for Hermey, the elf who didn't like to make toys, on Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer. There are two different Soles autographs. One pictures Peter Parker. The other has Spider-Man.

2013 Rittenhouse Spider-Man Original Animated Series Lenticular is limited to 500 sets. Those who order two sets are guaranteed to get one of each of the Paul Soles autograph cards.

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Product Configuration: 10-card factory set
Price Point: Mid-End Entertainment Card
Target Audience: Spider-Man Fans, Classic Cartoon Fans, Comic Card Collectors

2013 Rittenhouse Spider-Man Original Animated Series Lenticular Set Break

  • 1 Autograph
  • 9 Lenticular Cards
  • 10 Total Cards
Spiderman Original Animated Series Autograph Lenticular Card Set Paul Soles $95.00 buy it now1 Image
Spiderman Original Animated Series Autograph Lenticular Card Set Paul Soles $95.00 buy it now1 Image
Spiderman Original Animated Series Autograph Lenticular Card Set Paul Soles $95.00 buy it now1 Image

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