Remember the Ken Griffey Jr. chocolate bar? How about Pro Stars cereal commercials starring Wayne Gretzky and his golden locks? We look at 16 athlete-endorsed foods and snacks.
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As the 2012 NFL Draft approaches, we compare the hobby prospects of Andrew Luck and Robret Griffin III and look to see if there’s an early favorite among football card collectors.
Learn how to get your sports memorabilia authenticated. This guide includes practical steps collectors can take, descriptions of industry tools, and things to watch out for and protect yourself against.
Sports cards are dying? That’s news to Leaf’s Brian Gray and Panini, both of whom had strong reactions to a March 25, 2012 CBS Sunday Morning story by Armen Keteyian.
Have you ever wanted to learn how to make custom McFarlane figures of your favorite athletes? Let our practical guide help you from start to finish. Includes easy-to-follow instructions and a detailed supply list with all the things you need to make a professional-looking custom.
Upper Deck is facing yet another lawsuit. This time the NFLPA is seeking nearly $1.5 million for breach of contract. Paul Lesko has the details and the full court documents from the March 16 filing.
Panini has landed another baseball license, this time with USA Baseball. We’ve got details of the multi-year deal, which gives Panini exclusive rights to make USA Baseball cards. We’ve also got info on the sets Panini is planning to showcase the collegiate, 18U and 15U teams.
Discover how social media can help you buy and sell cards as well as interact with collectors all over the world. Our guide includes practical tips and links to the most popular social media options available to sports card and memorabilia collectors.
Topps has revealed 2012 Topps Heritage Baseball variation short print information. Get complete checklists for Color Swap, Image Swap, Errors, Red-Border and Blue-Border cards with our handy guide.
Upper Deck president Richard McWilliam allegedly showed up drunk for a deposition in Upper Deck’s case with Kareem Abdul-Jabbar. Paul Lesko breaks down what happened and the possible ramifications.
Looking for some autograph bargains? There’s lots of them out there, particularly if you’re willing to broaden your trading card horizons. We look at 10 under-valued entertainment autograph cards worth considering.
Look back on the cardboard career of Ken Griffey Jr. with our list of 10 amazing cards that have left a lasting impact on the hobby.
Case breaker brentandbecca offers his thoughts on why he’s looking forward to the release of 2012 Topps Heritage Baseball.
You may have heard about the Rookie Ticket variations in 2011 Playoff Contenders Football. We’ve compiled a complete list including visuals, what to look for and print run information for all 36 cards.
Not only the most extensive baseball card in history, the T206 Honus Wagner is also one of the most controversial. Get a full history and background on this exceptionally famous and rare card.
Everyone’s already got Andrew Luck and Robert Griffin III on their hobby radar. Who else should collectors watch in the 2012 NFL Draft? We look at five players who could make a big hobby splash in the months and years ahead.
Panini is suing Leaf and their president, Brian Gray over Kevin Durant autographs. Panini is trying to stop Leaf from using Durant signatures in upcoming products.
A former employee is suing Topps over a John Henry card inserted in 2011 Topps Triple Threads Baseball. Christopher Holmes alleges Topps didn’t get his permission to use his image on the card. Paul Lesko breaks down the details of the initial filing.