Entertainment Trading Card Sets
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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.
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.
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.
Zombies walk again in 2012 Cryptozoic The Walking Dead Season 2. Once again collectors can chase autographs, costume cards and sketch cards.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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 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.
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.
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.