Entertainment Trading Card Sets
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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.
2013 Cryptozoic Superman: The Legend celebrates one of the most iconic characters in the history of comics. The set features all-new artwork. Every box promises a sketch card.
2013 Cryptozoic Fringe Seasons 3 and 4 captures two more seasons of the popular science fiction series. Highlights include more autographs and costume cards.
While the 2005 Inkworks Sopranos Season 1 trading card set was a disappointment upon its initial release, the set is actually strong once you get beyond the lack of key autographs. Get full details on the set as well as a look at what might have been autograph-wise if the line continued.
2013 Rittenhouse Warehouse 13 Season 4 Episodes 1 Thru 10 covers the first half of the super-sized season. Every pack includes an autograph and a pair of relic cards.
Focusing on the show’s final season, every 2013 Rittenhouse Spartacus Expansion trading card set includes autographs from stars Liam McIntyre and Cynthia Addai-Robinson.
The 2013 Rittenhouse Star Trek Movies Collectors Set trading cards give a glimpse at what’s to come from the full Star Trek Into Darkness release. Each factory set has autographed relics from Chris Pine and Zachary Quinto.
With a new cartoon comes a new series of stickers. 2013 Panini Avengers Assemble Stickers look at the Disney XD show with a collection that includes foil and glitter stickers.
2013 Panini Monsters University Stickers showcase the stories and creatures of the blockbuster animated prequel. The collection is highlighted by foil and glow-in-the-dark stickers.
Focusing on the short-lived TV show, 1975 Topps Planet of the Apes trading cards remain extremely affordable and relatively easy to find. Not as prestigious as the 1967 film set, the release is nonetheless an important part of the franchise’s history.
1978 Topps Superman the Movie trading cards deliver a comprehensive look at the classic superhero blockbuster starring Christopher Reeve. Spread across two series, the checklist also includes stickers and foil stickers.
Focusing on the early TV series starring George Reeves, 1966 Topps Superman trading cards offers several variations that can make for a lofty challenge for dedicated collectors.
1940 Gum Inc. Superman is notable for being the first-ever set of trading cards based on the Man of Steel. Featuring vivid artwork, the cards remain extremely popular (and valuable) today.