2015 Upper Deck Marvel 3D Trading Cards

2015 Upper Deck Marvel 3D Trading Cards


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Part card game and part trading card product, 2015 Upper Deck Marvel 3D Trading Cards combines 3D trading cards with Upper Deck's Legendary: A Marvel Deck Building Game. The lenticular-centered product includes one sketch card per hobby box.

The base set is composed of 100 cards, all of which feature three-dimensional, lenticular printing technology. Base Die-Cuts are the only parallel, but collectors can also find Base Set Variants.

Playable Legendary DBG (deck-building game) cards are another prominent feature of the product and contain original art and game mechanics. These cards are compatible with the UD Legendary DBG.

Playable Legendary Sketch cards further involve the DBG aspect of the product and fall one per box. Sketches are a popular feature in card products, but collectors may not be as inclined to use them in their card games.

Continuing the 3D theme, Affinity Lenticular Inserts include four characters on the same card. These, combined with 3D Comic Covers, Base Die-Cuts and Base Set Variants, average one per hobby pack.

This is preliminary information and content is subject to change. Check back as more information for 2015 Upper Deck Marvel 3D will be added when available. 

Estimated Release Date: TBA
Product Configuration: 20 packs per box, 6 cards per pack
Price Point: Mid-End Entertainment Card
Target Audience: Marvel Fans, Sketch Card Collectors, Lenticular Card Fans, DBG Fans

2015 Upper Deck Marvel 3D Pack Break

  • Base Set Variant OR Base Set Die-Cut Parallel OR 3D Comic Cover OR Affinity Lenticular Insert Card
  • 2 Playable Legendary DGB Cards
  • 3 Base Cards

2015 Upper Deck Marvel 3D Box Break

  • 1 Playable Legendary Sketch Card
  • 40 Playable Legendary DGB Cards
  • 60 Base Cards
  • 120 Total Cards

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Trey Treutel is an Ole Miss grad and a lifelong sports fanatic. He is a huge fan of the NBA and NFL, as well as soccer, college basketball and college football. As a kid, he collected football and basketball cards. As an adult, he started collecting basketball cards again on a whim and has since expanded to other sports and entertainment options. Find Trey on Twitter at @datreute.

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