Entertainment Trading Card Sets
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1994 Fleer Ultra X-Men is one of the early premium comic sets. Highlighted by premium-quality cards and painted artwork, the release offers an in-depth look at one of the most popular names in comic history.
The show might not have lasted long on TV, but 1978 Topps Battlestar Galactica trading cards remain popular decades later. A large checklist makes it one of the tougher sets to complete from the era.
For the show’s third release, 2013 Cryptozoic Big Bang Theory Season 5 trading cards see the return of familiar elements like autograph and costume cards. A pair of inserts make their debut for the popular card franchise.
2013 Topps Doctor Who Alien Attax 50th Anniversary is a continuation of the easy-to-play trading card game. Chase cards include Rainbow Foil, Foil and the first Doctor Who Costume Cards.
2013 NECA The Hunger Games: Catching Fire is about as simple as it comes as far as trading cards go. The character-focused set is all base cards, no inserts.
2013 Breygent The Tudors: The Final Season is a premium pack release where all main cards are either an autograph, costume card or prop card. Each pack come with five cards.
2013 Rittenhouse Women of Marvel Series 2 puts the spotlight on the ladies of the Marvel Universe. Each box promises either a full-color sketch card or a multi-card sketch puzzle.
2013 Topps Mars Attacks Invasion is the first all-new story line since the original set came out more than 50 years ago. Every box includes two premium inserts from a list that includes sketch cards, autographs, patch relics and medallion cards.
Topps Wacky Packages came on the scene in 1967, and from there, the release has grown into one of the biggest entertainment franchises in the collecting world. View set details, checklist, buying guide and more.
2013 Topps Garbage Pail Kids Holiday Greeting Cards let you give your Christmas greetings a hobby spin. The online-exclusive series features two sets of ten cards.
2013 Topps Skylanders Swap Force Qubis are collectible stampers featuring characters from the popular video game. The set includes a total of 38 different stamps.
1999 Topps Star Wars Chrome Archives takes classic cards from the original trilogy and gives them a chromium spin. Inserts include Double-Sided Chromium and Clearzone cards.
Putting a new spin on a classic story, 2013 Topps Star Wars Illustrated: A New Hope presents the original radio drama as an art-based release. Every box includes one premium insert including Panorama Sketch Cards, Film Cel Relics and Sketchagraphs.
Mixing history with beautiful art, 1956 Topps US Presidents is a reasonably easy set to put together given its age. The set not only looks at early Presidents, but a few key moments in America’s history as well.
Released at the start of the Space Race, 1957 Topps Space Cards offer a colorful look at a world of new potential. The colorful set imagines the possibilities of what life would be like with space travel.
Based on the Joseph Michael Linsner comic, 2013 Breygent Dawn: New Horizons explores the character with a major emphasis on art. Boxes come with three hits, including sketch cards and autographs.
1959 Topps You’ll Die Laughing is one of the landmark monster card issues. Featuring stellar artwork from Jack Davis, the fun set mixes classic monsters and funny gags.
There will likely never be another set like 1988 Topps Fright Flicks. Using images from 15 different horror films, it’s a comedic tribute to the genre at the time. Ghostbusters, A Nightmare on Elm Street and An American Werewolf in London are among the featured films.
1965 Topps Ugly Stickers find bizarre beauty in a world of strange and slobbering creatures. This is exactly why the set remains popular with many collectors still today.
1964 Topps Monsters from Outer Limits is one of the era’s most notorious entertainment sets of its era. Extremely condition sensitive and surrounded in some controversy, the release remains extremely popular today.