Entertainment Trading Card Sets
Browse our database of Entertainment Trading Card Sets which features set checklists, expert analysis, product reviews, price comparisons on boxes and great deals on trading card singles.
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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.
1966 Topps Lost in Space is one of the most popular trading card sets of its era. Featuring lots of strange sci-fi imagery that helped make the show a hit, the cards have become highly collectible and valuable.
A high-end Mars Attacks Deluxe Hardcover comic from IDW Limited will come with exclusive sketch cards. Get full details on the comic as well as a complete lineup of artists and print runs.
2013 Topps Doctor Who Alien Attax is a simple trading card game than can be played or simply collected. The expansive checklist is a who’s who of Doctor Who history.
Charting the story of Luke Skywalker and Darth Vader, 2013 Topps Star Wars Jedi Legacy includes the first pack-inserted relic cards for the franchise. Other highlights include autographs and die-cut inserts.
Like the first set, a big part of the focus of 2013 Rittenhouse Game of Thrones Season 2 is character profiles of the large cast. And then there are the autographs. Peter Dinklage and Rose Leslie are among the signers.
With its perfect storm of high quality and low quantity, 1996 Fleer/SkyBox Marvel Masterpieces is one of the most popular and valuable comic card sets of all-time. Get a full checklist, set info, buying guide and more.
Taking a sensational approach to WWII, 1965 Topps Battle features the artwork of pulp legend Norman Saunders. Get full set details, a complete checklist and more.
The first official My Little Pony sketch cards are included in a deluxe hardcover comic available exclusively through IDW Limited. Get details on comic, sketch card artists, editions and more.
2013 Breygent Transformers Optimum Collection mixes all three live-action films and the Generation 1 cartoon. Hits include sketch cards, autographs and memorabilia cards.
Created for vintage sets, the 2013 Topps Wacky Packages Binder Collection features a limited edition print run, exclusive cards and more. The collection is available in four waves of four binders through the online Topps store.
1977 Wonder Bread Star Wars trading cards is one of the few sets that doesn’t carry the Topps name. Distributed primarily with loaves of bread, the small set remains extremely popular today.
Released shortly after his death, 1964 Topps John F. Kennedy trading cards capture both the professional and private side of the iconic President. Get full details, a checklist and buying guide for the 77-card set.
2013 Enterplay My Little Pony Friendship is Magic Series 2 brings back Twilight Sparkle, Rainbow Dash and the rest of Equestria. Every pack includes a mix of base cards and fun inserts.
2013 Enterplay G.I. Joe Retaliation checklist, set info and more. Aimed at young collectors and set builders, this no-frills set recaps the blockbuster movie with character, story and puzzle cards.
2013 Upper Deck Iron Man 3 brings the blockbuster to the hobby. Hobby boxes deliver three hits including two memorabilia cards. Collectors can also look for actor autographs, sketch cards and more.
2013 Cryptozoic Alphas Season 1 recaps the first 11 episodes of the SyFy series. Highlights include both autographs and costume cards.
2013 Rittenhouse Marvel Greatest Battles focuses on the many epic encounters that have pitted good against evil over the years. Every box promises a two-card sketch puzzle.
2013 Cryptozoic Castle Seasons 1 and 2 marks the trading card debut of the hit show. Bolstered by autographs and costume cards from key cast members, the release also has a 72-card base set and three additional insert sets.