Entertainment Trading Card Sets
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1956 Topps Davy Crockett Orange Back trading cards are among the decade’s most popular entertainment offerings. Focusing on the Disney-produced miniseries starring Fess Parker, the set has 80 cards.
2013 Rittenhouse Sgt. Fury 50th Anniversary is the company’s first premium pack offering for a Marvel property. Each high-end pack includes a sketch card, an insert and three base cards.
2013 Rittenhouse True Blood Archives adds a season five synopsis to the line as well as offering a large look at the show’s many characters. Boxes come with two autographs and a relic card.
2013 Rittenhouse Falling Skies Season 2 sticks with a premium pack format. Each pack delivers an autograph and two relic cards. Key signers for the set include Noah Wyle, Moon Bloodgood and Terry O’Quinn.
1984 Topps Masters of the Universe is a somewhat quirky set that captures the classic He-Man cartoon. The checklist includes 88 cards and 21 stickers.
1953 Topps Who-z-at Star trading cards look at some of Hollywood’s biggest stars following World War II. Elizabeth Taylor, Clark Gable, Gene Kelly and Errol Flynn are some of the names on the checklist.
Looking at the ladies of the DC Universe, 2013 Cryptozoic DC Comics: The Women of Legend includes lots of original artwork. Every box comes with a sketch card and a handful of basic inserts.
1967 Topps Who Am I? is one of the quirkiest trading card sets the company has every produced. Focused on historical figures, each card comes with a scratch-off disguise. The checklist includes Babe Ruth, Mickey Mantle and Willie Mays.
2013 Cryptozoic Psych Seasons 1-4 is the first set of trading cards for the long-running cable hit. Every box comes with both and autograph and a costume card.
1958 Topps TV Westerns is one of the most popular entertainment sets from the era, even today. The 71-card set showcases 11 different TV shows including Gunsmoke.
2013 Leaf The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones kicks off a new Hollywood franchise with a limited edition offering. Boxes come with two autographs and a costume card. Signers include Lily Collins, Lena Heady and Jonathan Rhys Meyers.
1995 Topps Animaniacs captures one of the best cartoons of the 1990s. The simple collection includes a 72-card set, foil stickers and one additional insert set.
1993 Topps Star Wars Galaxy reinvented what trading cards for the franchise could be. Focusing on art, it opened up an entire realm of new and beautiful possibilities.
1986 Topps Garbage Pail Kids Series 3 shows the franchise hitting its stride. The checklist includes lots of gross gags and jokes at the expense of pop culture from the time. For completists, there are lots of variations to track down as well.
2013 Marvel Fleer Retro is the latest release to rely largely on 1990’s nostalgia. The release combines familiar elements from both past Marvel sets and popular sports inserts like Precious Metal Gems.
1992 SkyBox Marvel Masterpieces took comic trading cards to a new premium level. The base set is painted by the legendary Joe Jusko.
A follow-up to the surprisingly popular first set, 2013 Bulls i Toy Walking Dead Season 2 Update Dog Tags are highlighted by more foil parallels and one costume dog tag per box.
The first of many sets in the line, 1998 Inkworks Buffy the Vampire Slayer trading cards remain very popular. Many of the cards are very valuable too. Joss Whedon, Alyson Hannigan and David Boreanaz all have autographs.
1993 SkyBox Simpsons trading cards cover a lot of ground. Besides a comprehensive base set, it also has several interactive inserts. The set’s greatest contribution to the hobby are the Matt Groening sketch cards.
Something of an experimental release, 1996 Topps Star Wars 3Di Widevision trading cards offer a different look at the original film. Although not very popular during its initial release, it is now one of the more valuable entertainment base sets of the 1990s.