Entertainment Trading Card Sets
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2014 Rittenhouse Star Trek TOS Portfolio Prints is an art-centered release that includes a sketch card and an autograph in every box. The base set offers a new poster art card by Juan Ortiz for every episode in the original series.
1992 Impel Marvel Universe Series 3 continues with the line of popular flagship comic sets from the early 1990s. The large base set is joined by five holograms.
2001 Topps Planet of the Apes trading cards rise above the lackluster film they’re based upon. Highlights include autographs from entertainment legends Charlton Heston and Kris Kristofferson.
1999 Inkworks Planet of the Apes Archives is the most comprehensive set of trading cards in the franchise’s history. Covering all of the original films, the product also includes autographs.
2014 Cryptozoic The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey trading cards kick off Peter Jackson’s epic trilogy. Highlights include an autograph in every box and randomly inserted art cards.
2007 Topps Transformers Movie trading cards cover the first Michael Bay film with mixes results. However, the product does include an autograph of Megan Fox.
2014 Rittenhouse True Blood Collector’s Set changes gears. Switching to a premium factory set format, each comes with 20 season six base cards and ten autographs.
2014 IDW Limited Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Sketch Cards is a limited edition set that come with a sketch card and variant-cover comic. Ninja Turtles creator, Kevin Eastman is among the artists with sketch cards.
2014 Wax Eye Stupid Heroes takes on the world’s most popular super heroes in a satirical release in the vein of Garbage Pail Kids or Wacky Packages.
1989 Topps Batman Movie trading cards are a strong compliment to the influential super hero blockbuster. Plentiful still today, it’s also extremely affordable.
1996 Topps Return of the Jedi Widevision trading cards showcase the final film of the original trilogy as it was shown on the big screen. Inserts include Finest cards featuring Ralph McQuarrie artwork.
1994 SkyBox Lion King was one of the most popular movie-based sets of the 1990s. Released in two series, highlights include lenticular and other interactive inserts.
2003 Upper Deck Disney Treasures Series 1 is the first of three sets from the card maker to take an encyclopedic look at the history of Disney animation. Highlights include Reel Piece of History film cards and rare sketch cards.
2014 Famous Fabrics Making of America commemorates some of the most famous people to make the nation what it is today. Every box has a one-of-one cut signature card and two limited edition base cards.
2014 Cryptozoic Breaking Bad Seasons 1-5 trading cards deliver an in-depth look at all five seasons of the intense drama. The release also includes an autograph and costume card in every box.
2014 Topps GPK Bukimi Kun is an online-exclusive release that gives a Japanese twist to 2014 Topps Garbage Pail Kids Series 1. Each box has a Gold parallel and either an autograph or printing plate.
Aimed at young collectors, 2014 Topps How to Train Your Dragon 2 trading cards includes a 100-card base set and a mix of inserts. Chase cards include foil cards, Rider’s Licenses and Dragon “Autographs.”
2014 Topps Star Wars Perspectives UK is similar to the American version of the set with a couple of exceptions like the lack of chromium card stock. There are also some differences with the checklist.
2014 Disney Store Star Wars trading cards were available exclusively at participating stores in North America and the UK. To build the set, collectors had to visit stores several times.
1979 Topps Incredible Hulk trading cards capture the action and cheese of the TV show starring Bill Bixby and Lou Ferrigno. The set includes 88 cards and 22 stickers.