Entertainment Trading Card Sets
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Part of a massive marketing blitz for the film, 1984 Topps Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom captures the film with a total of 88 cards and 11 stickers.
With his famous whip and and hat in tow, 1981 Topps Raiders of the Lost Ark is the first set of Indiana Jones trading cards. The simple set retells the story with 88 cards.
Hinting at bigger things in the future, the 2013 Rittenhouse Valiant Comics Preview Set comes with nine base cards and a full-color sketch card. These are the first licensed sketch cards featuring Valiant characters.
1978 Donruss KISS is the first set to highlight the legendary rock band. While the basic set, which is split into two series, is straightforward, there are several rare variations that make master sets difficult.
1977 Topps Charlie’s Angels trading cards offer a fairly comprehensive look at one of the cultural phenomenons of the late 1970s. Get full details including complete checklists for all four series.
Based on the classic sitcom, 1978 Topps Three’s Company is a flipped set of trading cards. Stickers act as the base set while basic puzzle cards are the tougher inserts.
Although the show lasted just one season, 1966 Donruss Green Hornet trading cards remain popular thanks in part to offering some of the only cards to feature Bruce Lee. Get full details on the set, including the complete checklist.
2013 Breygent American Horror Story Preview Set lays the groundwork for the full first season release. Limited to 800 packs, each includes 12 preview cards, an autograph or costume card and more.
Ask a lot of modern collectors what their first foray into the world of comic trading cards and they’ll point to 1990 Impel Marvel Universe. The comprehensive set was a breakthrough for comic cards. The release remains popular today despite being readily available.
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.
1976 Topps Marvel Super Heroes Stickers are a follow-up to a similar 1975 release. Characters from all corners of the Marvel Universe are shown alongside jokes and gags.
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.
1975 Topps Comic Book Heroes Stickers is a fun look at the Marvel Universe. The set consists mainly of character stickers that are paired with corny gags. It remains one of the most popular Marvel trading card sets of all-time.
As the first major sets based on the Marvel Universe, 1966 Donruss Marvel Super Heroes carries a lot of importance. The 66-card checklist focuses on key heroes like Spider-Man, Captain America and Iron Man.
2013 Famous Fabrics Ink Civil War is a high-end look at the infamous time in American history. Boxes come with one cut signature card, a hand-painted art card and four rare base cards.
1989 Topps Back to the Future II is the only set of mainstream trading cards for the trilogy. The film is captured with 88 cards and 11 stickers.
2013 Panini A Magical Christmas with Disney combines the holidays with some of the most popular cartoon characters in the world. The sticker collection includes a variety of characters, including the Disney Princesses, Phineas and Ferb and Finding Nemo.
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.
Goonies never say die. Just like the popular modern adventure, neither do the 1985 Topps Goonies trading cards. The straightforward set includes 86 cards and 22 stickers.
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.