Entertainment Trading Card Sets
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2013 Topps 75th Anniversary delves deep into the company’s rich entertainment past with a set that celebrates their 75th anniversary. The release showcases cards from more than 100 sets throughout their history. Boxes come with 3 autographs and a stamped buyback.
1959 Topps Funny Valentines is a fun and affordable set highlighted by artwork from cartooning legend Jack Davis. The 66-card set makes light of a sometimes awkward Valentine’s tradition.
Based on the film, 2014 Leaf Vampire Academy: Blood Sisters takes the high school comedy and gives it a vampire twist. Each box comes with two autographs. Signers include Sarah Hyland, Lucy Fry and Olga Kurylenko.
1990 Topps Robocop 2 sees the card maker jump on the action film sequel. However, a sizable chunk of the violent set does cover the original film as well. Get full details as well as a complete checklist.
2007 Topps Star Wars 30th Anniversary is one of the biggest and most comprehensive sets of trading cards to come from the franchise. The set includes the first autograph card of Harrison Ford.
1995 SkyBox Disney Premium was one of the first attempts at a high-end set based on the iconic animated characters. The base set includes 80 gold-foil-heavy cards and are paired with two chase sets.
2014 Topps Garbage Pail Kids Series 1 sees the brand evolve in many ways. Besides traditional hobby boxes, insert-heavy Hobby Collector boxes make their debut. The release also has several spoofs of the Winter Olympics.
2014 Upper Deck Marvel Now trading cards focus on the line comic reboots, design changes and updates. Every box promises three premium inserts including either a sketch card, multi-signed autograph or parallel numbered to 10.
Based on one of the most memorable movies of the decade, 1984 Topps Gremlins trading cards cover both the comedy and the horror of the cute creatures gone bad. Get full details on the set including a complete checklist.
2014 Leaf Pop Century Signed Photograph Edition mixes signed photos with the blind packaging trading cards offer. Each box has an autographed 8×10 photo.
2014 Topps Garbage Pail Kids Valentine’s Day cards are a set of greeting cards offered as an online exclusive. Get full details on both boxes, checklists, images and more.
1995 Fleer Ultra Spider-Man brings a more upscale feel to comic trading cards. The premium set includes painted artwork throughout its 150-card base set and several insert sets.
2014 NECA Divergent is a simple set that’s based the Hollywood film and potential blockbuster. The throwback configuration includes a base set and nine total insert cards.
2002 Topps Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring Collector’s Update fills in gaps left by the first set. The chase is led by the first costume cards for the franchise.
Although widely available and affordable today, 1993 SkyBox Marvel Masterpieces is one of the most beautiful comic sets ever produced.
1991 Topps Desert Storm trading cards are some of the most widely available historical cards ever produced. Spanning three series, the set offers an in-depth look at people, technology and events of the first Gulf War.
2013 Topps Garbage Pail Kids Mini Cards take the first three Brand-New Series and shrinks them down. The large set arrives as an online exclusive.
1987 Topps Alf trading cards capture one of the decade’s biggest phenomenons. Spread over two series, the set includes base cards, stickers and Bouillabaseball cards.
It might not be as loved as the first film, but 1992 Topps Home Alone 2: Lost in New York trading cards are the closest thing collectors have. One of the final no-frills entertainment sets from the company, the checklist has 66 cards and 11 stickers.
Focusing on frontier figures like Jesse James, Wyatt Earp and Daniel Boone, 1956 Topps Round-Up is one of the most beloved and popular sets of the era.