Entertainment Trading Card Sets
Entertainment Trading Card Set Information, Price Comparisons, and Review.
One of the most famous trading card sets of all-time, 1938 Gum Inc. Horrors of War features gruesome images from global conflicts happening at the time. It remains wildly popular today.
1952 Topps Look n See is an eclectic historical set that remains popular today. It’s highlighted by vivid images, a design similar to 1952 Topps Baseball and a strong checklist.
1954 Topps Scoops takes nearly 1,000 years of history and squeezes it into a 158-card set. Babe Ruth, Notre Dame’s Four Horsemen and Joe Louis are among the sports stars on the checklist.
The first in a long line of trading card sets dedicated to the King, 1956 Topps Elvis Presley is also one of the most popular. The 66-card set focuses on his music and the start of his acting career.
One of the most popular entertainment trading card sets of all-time, 1959 Fleer Three Stooges remains wildly popular today. The set highlights the full-color exploits of Larry, Moe and Curly.
One of the most popular trading card sets of all-time, 1962 Topps Civil War News offers a bloody take on one of the biggest events in American history.
One of the most popular (and controversial) trading card sets of all-time, 1962 Topps Mars Attacks tells a fictional tale of Martians invading the earth. The 55-card set includes several iconic images done by Norman Saunders.
1963 Topps Astronauts looks at the origins of American space travel. Featuring astronauts like John Glenn and Alan Shepard, the 55-card set highlights Project Mercury.
Despite only lasting two seasons, The Addams Family remains one of the most beloved shows of all-time. On a similar note, 1964 Donruss Addams Family is still extremely popular with collectors decades later.
1964 Topps Beatles Black and White 1st Series features 60 candid shots from the height of Beatlemania. This is the first of three series that go together to make a larger set.
1964 Topps Beatles Black and White 2nd Series adds another 55 cards to the expanding checklist. Photos include a mix of candid group shots and individual portraits.
1964 Topps Beatles Black and White 3rd Series is the final set in the line from Topps. Featuring 50 cards, they combine candid and promotional photos.
1964 Topps Beatles Color offers a much brighter look at the iconic band than the company’s three black and white sets. Card backs also offer insightful details from John, Paul, George and Ringo.
1964 Topps Beatles Diary is one of the more informative sets made about the band that year. Featuring full-color photos on the front, backs have a first-person account of what it’s like to be a member of the world’s biggest band.
1964 Topps Beatles Movie Hard Day’s Night is a 55-card set that includes lots of images from the Fab Four’s feature film debut. Cards remain reasonably priced, although they appear to be tougher to find than many other Beatles trading card sets.
1964 Topps Beatles Plaks are the rarest and most valuable mainstream trading cards of the legendary band. The over-sized cards were designed to be punched out and displayed together, leaving many damaged today.
Released shortly after his death, 1964 Topps John F. Kennedy trading cards capture both the professional and private side of the iconic President. Get full details, a checklist and buying guide for the 77-card set.
1965 Donruss Disneyland Puzzle Back trading cards celebrate the theme park’s tenth birthday. Today, the 66-card set acts as a historical look back at the evolution of one of the world’s most popular vacation destinations.
007 has a long legacy in the hobby. For collectors in North America, 1965 Philadelphia Gum James Bond is where it all began. The 66-card set includes cards from Dr. No, From Russia with Love and Goldfinger.
Taking a sensational approach to WWII, 1965 Topps Battle features the artwork of pulp legend Norman Saunders. Get full set details, a complete checklist and more.
Like the show, 1965 Topps Gilligan’s Island is filled with bad jokes and slapstick humor. The set remains extremely popular today as top-condition cards are relatively scarce.
The first major James Bond trading card set to focus on a single film, 1966 Philadelphia Gum James Bond Thunderball has a total of 66 different cards. Get full details on the set as well as a full checklist, images and more.
1966 Topps Batman A Series Red Bat is the second of three Caped Crusader sets featuring the artwork of Norman Saunders. The 44-card set has a similar tone to the TV show that was popular at the time.
The franchise’s third illustrated set of the year, 1966 Topps Batman B Series Blue Bat is, perhaps, the strangest as well. The 44-card set has two distinct back variations.
1966 Topps Batman Bat Laffs is one of two sets to use images from the campy 1996 feature film. Much of the 55-card set has variation backs. Bat Laffs is considered to be one of the most popular Batman sets of all-time.
1966 Topps Batman Black Bat is one of five Caped Crusader sets the company made that year. Featuring artwork from pulp master Norman Saunders, the set remains extremely popular with collectors today.
1966 Topps Batman Riddler Back is one of two sets from the year to include images from the Adam West film. The 38-card set is also notable for the riddles found on the card backs.
1967 Leaf Star Trek is the first set for one of the hobby’s most important franchises. The 72-card set is believed to have been distributed regionally for a short time. Today, it is considered to be quite rare.
1969 Topps Planet of the Apes is the first of many trading card sets for the classic Sci-Fi franchise. The 44-card set recaps the original film that stars Charlton Heston.
1971 Topps Brady Bunch trading cards highlight TV’s most famous blended family. The 88-card set mixes stills from the show with promotional shots.
1974 Topps Evel Knievel trading cards capture many of the iconic daredevil’s biggest stunts. Originally distributed as a test issue, the set remains extremely popular on the secondary market.
1976 Topps Star Trek is just the second trading card set in the franchise’s history. Complete sets include 88 cards and 22 stickers. This is the first Star Trek set to include color images.
Star Wars Series 1, released by Topps in 1977, launched the most popular entertainment card franchise of all-time. Get set details, a card gallery, buying guide and more.
Continuing while the Force was still hot, 1977 Topps Stars Wars Series 2 is notable for its red borders. Numbering continues from where the first series left off, adding another 66 base cards and 11 stickers to the checklist.
1977 Topps Star Wars Series 3 is recognizable for its yellow borders. The set adds another 66 cards and 11 stickers to the checklist. This is the third of five sets from the film’s original run.
Expanding even further, 1977 Topps Star Wars Series 4 takes the entire set past the 250-card mark. The green-bordered set is home to the infamous C-3P0 “obscene” card.
1977 Wonder Bread Star Wars trading cards is one of the few sets that doesn’t carry the Topps name. Distributed primarily with loaves of bread, the small set remains extremely popular today.
The last set from the film’s original release, 1978 Topps Star Wars Series 5 trading cards are identifiable by their orange borders. Several of the cards offer a behind-the-scenes look at the making of the film.
1980 Topps Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back Series 1 launched the second film in the franchise into the hobby. With 132 base cards and 11 stickers, it was the largest single series Star Wars set at the time.
Picking up from where the first set left off, 1980 Topps Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back Series 2 expands the checklist with another 132 cards and 33 stickers.
Although slightly smaller than the first two sets, 1980 Topps Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back Series 3 has several interesting subsets to keep things interesting. This is the final set based on the film’s original run.
Capturing the action and characters of the 80s TV classic, 1983 Topps A-Team includes a checklist of 66 cards and 12 stickers. Like a lot of entertainment sets from the era, boxes and sets remain extremely affordable.
The first of two sets for the original trilogy’s final film, 1983 Topps Star Wars: Return of the Jedi Series 1 includes 132 cards and 33 stickers (66 if you include color variations).
1983 Topps Star Wars: Return of the Jedi Series 2 marked the end of an era. The final set of the franchise’s original run, it has 88 cards and 22 stickers.
1985 Hasbro Transformers Action Cards are the first trading cards of the iconic franchise. The popular set highlights many of the top Autobots and Decepticons as well as recaps from the original cartoon.
Garbage Pail Kids Series 1, released by Topps in 1985, launched one of the most controversial entertainment card franchises of all-time. Get set details, a card gallery, buying guide and more.
1985 Topps Garbage Pail Kids Series 2 see the popular series continue with another 82 cards. Several variation types make building a complete master set something of a challenge for completists.
1986 Hasbro G.I. Joe Action Cards is one of the toughest mainstream trading card sets from the 1980s to complete. The large set includes both iconic packaging art and shots from the popular cartoon.
With its perfect storm of high quality and low quantity, 1996 Fleer/SkyBox Marvel Masterpieces is one of the most popular and valuable comic card sets of all-time. Get a full checklist, set info, buying guide and more.
2001 Topps Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring kicked off one of the most successful trading card lines of all time. The release is highlighted by autographs from nearly all the key cast members.
The company’s first set for the franchise, 2004 Artbox Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban is one of the most popular entertainment trading card sets in recent history. A strong autograph lineup includes Emma Watson and Gary Oldman.
With all three main cast members signing, 2004 Artbox Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban Update boasts one of the most potent autograph lineups of all-time. The release is also highlighted by serial-numbered costume and prop cards.
2004 Topps Star Wars Heritage is the first set to include cards from all six of the original films. It’s also the first set to have sketch cards from the films as well. High-end autographs also highlight the release.
2005 Artbox Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire is highlighted by a loaded autograph list. Signers include Robert Pattinson, Rupert Grint, Gary Oldman and Miranda Richardson.
Recapping the first film in the mega-popular franchise, 2005 Artbox Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone is highlighted by a broad mix of autographs, costume and prop cards. John Cleese and John Hurt are the lead signers.
2006 Artbox Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets recaps the second film in the hugely popular franchise. Autographs, costume and prop cards are among the set’s most popular. Kenneth Branagh is the key autograph signer.
2006 Artbox Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire Update expands upon the film’s first release. Highlights include a pair of Daniel Radcliffe autographs, one of which also has Robert Pattinson’s signature.
2008 Popcardz Checklist.
Cryptozoic has launched its first set of Vampire Diaries trading cards. The release features an expansive autograph lineup that includes Nina Dobrev, Paul Wesley and Ian Somerhalder.
Cryptozoic’s first set of Walking Dead trading cards focuses on the show’s abbreviated first season as well as elements of the comic. The release promises autographs and costume cards from key cast members as well as sketch cards.
Family Guy Seasons 3, 4 & 5 boxes include a 72-card base set and one autograph as well as potential sketch cards drawn by the show’s animators. This is the first Family Guy set from Leaf.
Bieber-mania continues with Panini’s Justin Bieber 2.0. A 100-card base set is complimented by several inserts including stickers, memorabilia cards and autographs.
Eureka Seasons 1 & 2 Premium Trading Cards product review, details, card gallery, highlights and other information. Premium packs include two autographs and one costume card.
2011 Rittenhouse Archives Marvel Universe Trading Card focus on epic crossover events. The base set consists of nine-card puzzles ideal for pages. Each box includes a color sketch card.
Star Trek Classic Movies: Heroes & Villains is the first premium pack offering for the franchise. Every pack comes with two autographs. Signers include William Shatner, Leonard Nimoy and, for the first time, Christian Slater.
True Blood Legends Series 1 is the first trading card set for the hit cable show. The 27-card release from Rittenhouse Archives focuses solely on Sookie Stackhouse, Sam and Hoyt. It can also be seen as a teaser for larger future releases.
Warehouse 13: Season Two Trading Cards product review, details, card gallery, highlights, hot singles, price comparison and other information. The set include two autographs and a relic card in every pack. The autograph checklist includes all the show’s stars, like Eddie McClintock and Joanne Kelly.
Despite the poor box office returns for the film, the 2011 Rittenhouse Conan Movie Preview set is a loaded and limited factory set that gets right to the chase. Each nine-card set includes a Jason Momoa (Conan) autograph and costume card.
The Complete Brady Bunch brings the entire 117-espiode run of the show to cardboard for the first time. Each factory set comes packaged with autographs from five of the Brady kids.
The Complete Star Trek Next Generation Series 1 Trading Cards details, card gallery, product information, buying guide, price comparisons, and more. Each box includes four autographs.
2011 Topps American Pie sees a relaunch of the brand, this time strictly as an entertainment release. The set focuses on celebrities and pop culture from the end of WWII to today and includes three hits per hobby box.
Garbage Pail Kids Flashback Series 3 sees the classic 80s brand return with lots of familiar names and some new spins such as parallels, sketch cards and 3D cards.
Driven by abundant original artwork in a variety of styles, 2011 Topps Star Wars Galaxy 6 has emerged as one of the most popular Star Wars trading card sets of all-time. Hobby boxes deliver at least one sketch card, often two.
2011 Upper Deck Avengers: Kree-Skrull War mixes trading cards and comics to tell five all-new stories starring the Marvel super team.
2012 5finity Lady Death Sketch Card Series 2 gives collectors a color sketch card in every pack. Chase elements include autographs from Lady Death creator, Brian Pulido and hot packs with two or three sketch cards.
ThunderCats, hooo! Bandai is bringing the revamped 80s classic to cardboard with a refreshingly simple release that includes 60 base cards and 12 Holographic Foil cards.
2012 Breygent Deadworld brings the hobby another zombie product. Each premium box set comes with a full base set, nine inserts and two hits, which include sketch cards, autographs, comic panel cards and new Z-cards.
2012 Breygent Dexter Season 4 comes as a premium box set. Each includes two costume or prop cards, nine inserts and a 72-card base set. Random bonus autographs are also included.
2012 Breygent Red Sonja trading cards bring the lethal and scantily clad comic character to the hobby for the first time in several years. The set is highlighted by a checklist of more than 80 sketch card artists.
2012 Breygent Vampirella All New sees the sexy comic vampire return with more stunning art cards. Just like Breygent’s 2011 Vampirella set, sketch cards and autographs promise to be among the highlights.
The first comprehensive trading cards centered on the DC Universe, 2012 Cryptozoic DC Comics The New 52 boasts a sketch card in every box. Focusing on the massive DC reboot, all base cards have new art not found anywhere else. Collectors can also hunt for die-cut foil Lanterns inserts and lenticular Work in Progress cards.
2012 Cryptozoic Fringe Seasons 1 and 2 sees the critically acclaimed series arrive on trading cards for the first time. Boxes includes one costume card and one autograph. Signers include Joshua Jackson and Anna Torv.
Picking up where Inkworks left off, 2012 Cryptozoic Smallville Seasons 7-10 is intended to give closure to collectors who stuck with the show. Boxes promise an autograph and two costume cards.
In 100 years, Tarzan has had a major influence on pop culture. Starting with the books of Edgar Rice Burroughs, the iconic character has carried through to movies, TV, comics and more. 2012 Cryptozoic Tarzan 100th Anniversary trading cards celebrate the iconic character and his impact on so many mediums.
One of the top-rated shows on TV, The Big Bang Theory is coming to trading cards courtesy of Cryptozoic. The confirmed autograph signers include Jim Parsons (Sheldon), Johnny Galecki (Leonard), Simon Helberg (Howard), Kunal Nayyar (Raj) and Kaley Cuoco (Penny).
2012 Cryptozoic The Guild captures the first three seasons of the hit web series. Promising a costume card and an autograph in every box, signers include Felicia Day and Wil Wheaton.
2012 Cryptozoic The Walking Dead Comic gets to the roots of the zombie phenomenon, offering a look at the comic series that started it all. Highlighted by one sketch card per box, the set also includes printing plates, foil parallels and a pair of insert sets.
Zombies walk again in 2012 Cryptozoic The Walking Dead Season 2. Once again collectors can chase autographs, costume cards and sketch cards.
Military Propaganda & Posters Series 1 from Cult Stuff is a 36-card factory set that captures some of the most striking WWII artwork. Sketch cards and military memorabilia redemptions are randomly inserted.
2012 Cult Stuff Titanic trading cards commemorate the 100th anniversary of the doomed ship. Sold as a 27-card factory set, highlights include randomly inserted cards with wood from the ship.
2012 E-Max Angry Birds trading cards bring the popular video game to the hobby with a simple mix of base cards and foil short prints.
Based off the wildly popular cartoon, 2012 Enterplay My Little Pony Friendship is Magic includes a fun mix of base cards, foil cards and interactive inserts. It has also been a surprise hit on the secondary market.
2012 Famous Fabrics Ink 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue NW is a high-end set that celebrates US Presidents. Each box comes with two cut signature cards and four base cards, which are limited to ten copies.
Filling a void for music trading cards, 2012 Famous Fabrics Music, Music, Music include a 1/1 cut signature autograph and two memorabilia cards in every single-pack box. Autographs include Elvis Presley, Michael Jackson and John Lennon.
2012 Leaf Cut Signature Edition is another entry into one of the company’s most notable lines. Every box has an encapsulated cut autograph. Subjects include Tupac Shakur, Charlie Chaplin, Amy Winehouse and Jimi Hendrix.
2012 Leaf Oval Office Cut Signature promises a Presidential autograph in every pack. Not for the faint of heart, the checklist includes cut signatures from every man elected to lead the country.
Boasting five autographs per box, 2012 Leaf Pop Century includes autographs from actors, singers, politicians, athletes, personalities and other fringe celebrities. Headline signers include Jennifer Lopez, Brittney Spears, Sarah Palin and Harrison Ford.
Capturing the action of the latest teen-friendly franchise, 2012 NECA The Hunger Games is a no-frills set with only a 72-card base set. The film stars Jennifer Lawrence, Josh Hutcherson, Liam Hemsworth and Elizabeth Banks.
The popular British band gets their first trading cards with 2012 Panini One Direction Photocards. The over-sized cards offer plenty of images from the group.
Essential Elvis offers a high-end take on the King and his accomplishments. Each premium box promises one Elvis Presley-worn memorabilia card and one autograph from either a co-star or band member.
From the creative kids show comes an equally creative set. Yo Gabba Gabba from Press Pass mixes traditional favorites likes cards and stickers with fun inserts, including lenticular and audio cards.
2012 Rittenhouse Amazing Spider-Man Series 1 focuses on the latest film starring the most famous teenager in comic history. Every limited factory set comes with an autograph from the film’s star, Andrew Garfield, and seven costume cards.
Picking up where the first series left off, The Complete Star Trek the Next Generation Series 2 tackles the second half of the iconic show. The base set covers the final 88 episodes with five photos per card. Boxes promise four autographs.
The 2012 Rittenhouse Eureka Autograph Expansion Set offers five new autographs from the quirky sci-fi hit. Limited to 250 copies, the cards are only offered as a set.
2012 Rittenhouse Falling Skies Season 1 is a premium pack set that promises an autograph and two costume cards per pack. Autograph highlights include Noah Wylie and Moon Bloodgood.
2012 Rittenhouse Game of Thrones Season One brings the popular series to trading cards for the first time. Boasting two autographs per box, signers include Peter Dinklage, Lena Headey, Sean Bean and Emilia Clarke.
2012 Rittenhouse James Bond 50th Anniversary is packed with lots of value, including three autographs per box, the first Bond Shadowbox cards and a 108-card set dedicated to Dr. No.
2012 Rittenhouse James Bond 50th Anniversary Series 2 continues to honor the super spy’s cinematic history. Continuing from the first set, highlights include several high-end autographs and Shadowbox inserts.
The fourth in an ongoing series of mini sets, 2012 Rittenhouse Legends of Marvel Series 4 focuses exclusively on Thing, Ghost Rider and Ms. Marvel.
Legends of Marvel: Series 3 continues Rittenhouse Archives’ ongoing spotlight on the various characters of the Marvel Universe. Hulk, Storm and Moon Knight each get nine cards in this limited set.
2012 Rittenhouse Marvel Bronze Age covers the comic juggernaut’s major events and debuts from 1970 to 1985. Every box promises a full-color sketch card.
2012 Rittenhouse Marvel Greatest Heroes puts the spotlight on the Averngers with one color sketch card per box. Melike Acar, “Axebone,” Charles Hall and Andy Price are among the contributing artists.
2012 Rittenhouse NCIS Premiere Edition marks the show’s debut in the hobby. Every premium pack comes with one autograph and two costume cards. Signers for the set include Pauley Perrette, Bob Newhart annd Cheryl Ladd.
Focusing largely on Gods of the Arena, 2012 Rittenhouse Spartacus is a premium trading card set boasting two autographs per pack. Packs also include two base cards and five limited edition inserts. Get complete info, a full checklist, card gallery, buying guide and more.
The first set dedicated to the show in a decade, 2012 Rittenhouse The Quotable Star Voyager trading cards have three autographs in every box. Signers include main cast members Kate Mulgrew and Jeri Ryan plus such notable guests as John Rhys Ifans and Virginia Madsen.
2012 Rittenhouse True Blood Premiere Edition trading cards cover the first four seasons of the hit cable show. Autographs fall two per box and signers include lead stars Anna Paquin and Stephen Moyer.
2012 Rittenhouse Warehouse 13 Season 3 promises an autograph and two relic cards. Signers include series regulars Eddie McClintock and Allison Scagliotti. Lindsay Wagner is among the guest stars with an autograph in the set.
2012 Topps Garbage Pail Kids Brand-New Series reboots the franchise in the classic 1980s style. The first full set of new Garbage Pail Kids in five years, highlights include sketch cards and the opportunity for collectors to be transformed into a GPK in the next series.
2012 Topps Mars Attacks Heritage reprints the original 55 cards while adding 25 new images. Inserts include multi-colored parallels, 3D lenticular cards and the first official Mars Attacks sketch cards.
Based on the popular video game, 2012 Topps Skylander Giants is a fun set that includes several different card types. Aimed at young collectors, the checklist explores the game’s characters, creatures, items and locations with basic and foil cards.
2012 Topps Star Wars Galactic Files is the biggest single-series Star Wars set ever made. With 350 cards, it covers all six films, the Expanded Universe and the Clone Wars. Boxes come with a sketch card and either an autograph or embroidered patch card.
Star Wars Galaxy 7 sees the popular art-based series continue. Every box guarantee one sketch card. Sketch-agraph autographed sketch cards return for a second set.
2012 Topps Wacky Packages All-New Series 9 sees the return of the iconic brand of satire sticker cards. Highlights include new Awful App stickers that take aim at popular smart phone apps and sketch cards from Wacky Packages artists.
2012 Topps Wacky Packages Series 1 is the franchise’s first poster set since the 1970s. The 24-poster set was originally offered as an online exclusive.
Avengers Assemble from Upper Deck sets the stage for the super hero blockbuster, offering collectors one sketch card and two other hits per box.
2012 Upper Deck Marvel Beginnings III concludes the ambitious character-focused line. Every box delivers either an autograph or sketch card. Other hits include rare holograms and comic panel cards.
Continuing from where the first set left off, 2012 Upper Deck Marvel Beginnings Series II has another comprehensive base set of 180 cards. Every box comes with either a sketch card, autograph or X-Men hologram, as well as a bunch of other inserts.
Taking comic trading cards to new heights, 2012 Upper Deck Marvel Premier is a super premium set like no other. Every five-card pack boasts a traditional sketch card, a folding dual, triple or quad sketch card, a numbered base card and an additional hit.
2012 Wax Eye Cereal Killers Series 2 sees the indie spoof return for a second helping of horror-breakfast mash-ups. Inserts include sketch cards, glow-in-the-dark cards, and foil cards.
2013 Breygent American Horror Story captures the show’s creepy debut season. Besides recapping the first story arc, inserts include autographs and costume cards.
2013 Breygent Transformers Optimum Collection mixes all three live-action films and the Generation 1 cartoon. Hits include sketch cards, autographs and memorabilia cards.
2013 Bulls I Toy Walking Dead Season 2 Dog Tags offer something different for collectors and fans of the show. Besides basic collectible dog tags, the product also has stickers, foil parallels and costume tags with screen-worn wardrobe pieces.
2013 Cryptozoic Alphas Season 1 recaps the first 11 episodes of the SyFy series. Highlights include both autographs and costume cards.
2013 Cryptozoic Archer captures the style and adult humor of the popular animated spy spoof. Highlights include sketch cards, autographs and faux relics.
2013 Cryptozoic Batman: The Legend celebrates one of the most popular characters in comics history. The set includes newly commissioned artwork. Each box promises a sketch card.
2013 Cryptozoic Castle Seasons 1 and 2 marks the trading card debut of the hit show. Bolstered by autographs and costume cards from key cast members, the release also has a 72-card base set and three additional insert sets.
Looking at the ladies of the DC Universe, 2013 Cryptozoic DC Comics: The Women of Legend includes lots of original artwork. Every box comes with a sketch card and a handful of basic inserts.
2013 Cryptozoic Fringe Seasons 3 and 4 captures two more seasons of the popular science fiction series. Highlights include more autographs and costume cards.
2013 Cryptozoic Psych Seasons 1-4 is the first set of trading cards for the long-running cable hit. Every box comes with both and autograph and a costume card.
2013 Cryptozoic Revenge Season 1 trading cards capture the first batch of episodes of the hit primetime soap. Autographs, costume cards and sketch cards lead the chase.
2013 Cryptozoic Superman: The Legend celebrates one of the most iconic characters in the history of comics. The set features all-new artwork. Every box promises a sketch card.
Sheldon, Penny, Leonard, Raj and Howard return for 2013 Cryptozoic The Big Bang Theory Seasons 3 and 4. Following the show’s successful first set, boxes once again come with both an autograph and a costume card.
2013 Cryptozoic The Vampire Diaries Season 2 sees the return of the popular franchise. Every box comes with both an autograph and a costume card. The set has a limited print run of 3,000 boxes.
2013 Cryptozoic The Walking Dead Comic Trading Cards Set 2 shifts the focus to the striking covers used during the hit comic’s first 100-plus issues. Sketch cards lead the chase.
2013 Enterplay G.I. Joe Retaliation checklist, set info and more. Aimed at young collectors and set builders, this no-frills set recaps the blockbuster movie with character, story and puzzle cards.
2013 Enterplay My Little Pony Friendship is Magic Series 2 brings back Twilight Sparkle, Rainbow Dash and the rest of Equestria. Every pack includes a mix of base cards and fun inserts.
2013 Famous Fabrics Ink Horrors of War II marks the return of one of the most infamous card sets of all-time. Every box includes a rare base card, a 1/1 cut signature card and either a hand-painted card, war relic or original 1938 Horrors of War card.
2013 Panini One Direction Collector Sticker Packs give fans of the band a chance to collect several types of stickers. Every pack is loaded with 18 different 1D sticker items.
2013 Panini One Direction is the first traditionally sized set of trading cards based on the popular band. Harry, Liam, Zayn, Louis and Niall are all featured on base cards and foil inserts.
For its first trading card set, 2013 Press Pass Parks and Recreation arrives with a loaded autograph lineup. Signers include Amy Poehler, Rob Lowe and Aziz Ansari.
Like the first set, a big part of the focus of 2013 Rittenhouse Game of Thrones Season 2 is character profiles of the large cast. And then there are the autographs. Peter Dinklage and Rose Leslie are among the signers.
2013 Rittenhouse Legends of Marvel Series 5 is the company’s latest character-focused factory set. Daredevil, Nova and Marvel Girl get the call this time around.
2013 Rittenhouse Marvel Greatest Battles focuses on the many epic encounters that have pitted good against evil over the years. Every box promises a two-card sketch puzzle.
2013 Rittenhouse Spartacus Vengeance Premium Pack marks the third high-end release for the show. Every pack delivers a pair of autographs and either a costume or prop card.
2013 Rittenhouse Spider-Man Original Animated Series Lenticular is a small factory set. Each comes with nine base cards and one autograph from the actor who voice the titular character.
The 2013 Rittenhouse Star Trek Movies Trading Cards Collectors Set gives a glimpse at what’s to come from the full Star Trek Into Darkness release. Each factory set has autographed relics from Chris Pine and Zachary Quinto.
It’s good versus evil in 2013 Rittenhouse Star Trek: The Next Generation Heroes and Villains. Every box has four autographs. Signers include Patrick Stewart, Paul Sorvino and Terry O’Quinn.
2013 Rittenhouse Star Trek: TOS Heroes and Villains looks at the biggest conflicts in the show’s storied history. Every box includes an autograph and dual autograph. William Shatner, Nichelle Nichols and Walter Koenig are among the signers.
2013 Rittenhouse True Blood Legends Series 2 adds three more characters to the character-based factory set. This time around Bill Compton, Jessica Hamby and Andy Bellefleur get the call, each appearing on nine cards.
2013 Rittenhouse Warehouse 13 Season 4 Episodes 1 Thru 10 covers the first half of the super-sized season. Every pack includes an autograph and a pair of relic cards.
Focusing on the show’s final season, every 2013 Rittenhouse Spartacus Expansion trading card set includes autographs from stars Liam McIntyre and Cynthia Addai-Robinson.
2013 Topps Garbage Pail Kids Brand New Series 2 is one of the biggest sets in the iconic brand’s stories history. It delivers better odds on sketch cards and lots of inserts, like 3D Lenticular cards and new Foldees.
2013 Topps Garbage Pail Kids Brand New Series 3 features plenty of new gags along with lots of inserts and parallels. Highlights include sketch cards, artist autographs and a chance to appear in a future GPK set.
2013 Topps Garbage Pail Kids Chrome Original Series 1 mixes classic GPK characters with chromium technology. Highlights include multiple levels of Refractors and John Pound autographs.
2013 Topps Garbage Pail Kids MiniKins are a throwback to the GPK Cheap Toys from the 1980s. Every pack comes with a pair on mini figures and two stickers.
2013 Topps Skylanders Swap Force is a straightforward set based on the latest line of the popular video game franchise. Sticking with the interchangeable theme of the toys, inserts include foil, lenticular, static cling and magnet cards.
The encyclopedic look at the Star Wars universe continues in 2013 Topps Star Wars Galactic Files 2. The set comes with a massive base set, several inserts and two premium inserts per box.
Charting the story of Luke Skywalker and Darth Vader, 2013 Topps Star Wars Jedi Legacy includes the first pack-inserted relic cards for the franchise. Other highlights include autographs and die-cut inserts.
2012 Topps Wacky Packages All-New Series 10 proves that poking fun at pop culture never gets tired. New Collector Hobby boxes promise collectors more inserts, guaranteed hits and several exclusives over traditional hobby packs.
Continuing to spoof consumer products and services, 2013 Topps Wacky Packages All-New Series 11 includes both hobby and Collector Edition boxes. Each has their own makeup and focus — one more for sets and one for exclusive inserts.
Created for vintage sets, the 2013 Topps Wacky Packages Binder Collection features a limited edition print run, exclusive cards and more. The collection is available in four waves of four binders through the online Topps store.
2013 Upper Deck Iron Man 3 brings the blockbuster to the hobby. Hobby boxes deliver three hits including two memorabilia cards. Collectors can also look for actor autographs, sketch cards and more.