Good: Great looking cards, packed to the brim with big names and big hits. Bad: Expensive, poor resale value of singles on the secondary market, abundance of low quality game used jersey cards. The Bottom Line: Topps swung for the fences with 2009 Topps Tribute Baseball and came through in a big way. The only [...]
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Good: Nice looking design. Bad: Unengaging game play. The Bottom Line: 2009-10 Topps Puck Attax is the next step in Topps’ line of sports card gaming products. While there are some redeeming qualities to it, the game itself isn’t much fun to play. Hardcore young hockey fans will likely enjoy Puck Attax, but its unlikely [...]
Good: Nice selection of inserts, short prints, and rookie cards. Bad: Borderline cartoonish design, lacks an “it” factor that really sets it apart from other baseball card products. The Bottom Line: 2009 Topps T206 is an above average product that is worth buying for diehard fans of Topps Allen and Ginter and Topps Heritage. Unfortunately [...]
Good: Tons of rookie cards from the strongest rookie class in years, affordable, nice compliment of chrome parallels. Bad: Lack of hits per box. The Bottom Line: 2009 Topps Heritage High Number Edition, just as 2009 Topps Heritage was before it, is a vivid example of Topps’ ability to create high quality, well thought out [...]
Good: Awesome design, great potential pulls, tons of rookie cards. Bad: Price is a little steep, only 1 autograph per hobby box on average. The Bottom Line: 2009 Topps Unique Baseball is a very nice addition to the Topps lineup. It breaks the mold by combining high stakes premium hits with high pack counts. Its [...]
Good: Improvement on last year’s rookie campaign, gone are the “self short-printing” black borders, deep checklist, solid auto and cut signature line-up, price point is reasonable and affordable. Bad: Lack of vision and direction. It tells a story; unfortunately it’s not the story of Football, unless the Buffalo Bills lost the 1893 World’s Fair. The [...]
Good: The quality of the prospect checklist is staggering. The dual autograph pairings of blue chip prospects with retired MLB stars add a whole new dimension to the set that TRISTAR sets have lacked in years past. Bad: The design doesn’t do the set justice and is the only thing preventing it from receiving a [...]
Good: Pretty good selection of refractors and plenty of rookie cards. Bad: The design is really over the top and dark. The brand’s lack of innovation is definitely showing signs of catching up. The Bottom Line: I like Bowman Chrome as much as the next guy, but 2009 Bowman Chrome Football seems uninspired and stale [...]
Good: Plenty of value, inexpensive and lots of variety. Bad: Autographs are few and far between. Some of the inserts are a little redundant The Bottom Line: A fitting final installment to the best Topps baseball card set in recent memory. Design There isn’t much new to talk about in regards to 2009 Topps Updates [...]
Price: $165 per hobby box
Release Date: Now Available
Staff Rating: 4 1/2 Stars (Outstanding)