Entertainment Trading Card Sets
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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.
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.
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).
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 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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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 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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.