Entertainment Trading Card Sets
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Doctor Who is finally getting a set aimed at North American audiences. 2015 Topps Doctor Who is a comprehensive release that includes autographs, costume and prop relics, sketch cards and more.
2015 Leaf Pop Century sees the return of the eclectic autograph set featuring a mix of actors, musicians, athletes and other pop culture figures.
2015 Cryptozoic Penny Dreadful Season 1 covers the first group of episodes with both autographs and costume cards.
2015 Rittenhouse Star Trek Voyager: Heroes and Villains explores the most memorable characters from the show’s run. Falling three autographs per box, signers include Kate Mulgrew, Jeri Ryan and Seinfeld’s Jason Alexander.
2015 Topps Star Wars: The Force Awakens Series 1 introduces the characters and basic premise of the new film. Inserts include autographs, sketch cards and medallion cards. This is the first of two sets planned for The Force Awakens.
1976 Topps King Kong trading cards cover the once lavish remake of the monster classic. The complete set has 55 cards and 11 stickers.
1987 Topps 21 Jump Street trading cards capture both the show and the era it came from with a simple and affordable collection.
A simple look back at an amusing television show from the 1960s makes 1965 Fleer Hogan’s Heroes a fun collecting option.
2015 Rittenhouse Avengers: Silver Age looks at the early days of the Marvel superhero team. Boxes come with a pair of Archives Cuts cards that have panels cut from the first 100 Avengers comics.
Collectors have lots of options when it comes to the American West on trading cards. However, few are as popular or colorful as 1949 Bowman Wild West.
1979 Topps Buck Rogers trading cards are a colorful relic of a show that failed to find enough of an audience during its short-lived initial run. But time and nostalgia have been kind to the series and its cards.
The 2015 Rittenhouse Falling Skies Autograph Expansion Set features only signed cards — 11 of them to be exact.
1973 Kellogg’s Baseball might be the most distinct of the cereal manufacturer’s sets simply because it took a break from using 3-D. The checklist includes Nolan Ryan, Reggie Jackson and Tom Seaver.
2015 Rittenhouse Under the Dome Season 2 forgoes the traditional pack format. Instead it opts for a small factory set of 13 base cards and 18 autographs.
2015 Topps Garbage Pail Kids 30th Anniversary bridges three decades of GPK history with a mix of historical content and several new spins. The massive base set has 220 cards.
1976 Donruss Bionic Woman trading cards might not have a lot of beauty or lasting power outside of the show’s star, but the set is simple and affordable to build even today.
2015 Fleer Retro Marvel delves back into the 1990s with a mix of nostalgia-inducing designs and inserts. Hobby boxes include a sketch card, Precious Metal Gems insert and four additional premium inserts.
Based on the historical drama that mixes in a little time travel and lots of romance, 2015 Cryptozoic Outlander Season 1 trading cards include one autograph per box.
2015 Cryptozoic Arrested Development trading cards delve into four seasons of one of the most original TV sitcoms of all-time. Boxes include one autograph.
2015 IDW Star Wars Micro Comic Collector Packs combine comics, trading cards, posters and more. Focusing on the original adaptation of the first film, packs include a mini comic and one of 36 cards.