Entertainment Trading Card Sets
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1964 Topps Beatles Black and White 2nd Series adds another 55 cards to the expanding checklist. Photos include a mix of candid group shots and individual portraits.
2012 Topps Garbage Pail Kids Brand-New Series reboots the franchise in the classic 1980s style. The first full set of new Garbage Pail Kids in five years, highlights include sketch cards and the opportunity for collectors to be transformed into a GPK in the next series.
Driven by abundant original artwork in a variety of styles, 2011 Topps Star Wars Galaxy 6 has emerged as one of the most popular Star Wars trading card sets of all-time. Hobby boxes deliver at least one sketch card, often two.
1964 Topps Beatles Black and White 1st Series features 60 candid shots from the height of Beatlemania. This is the first of three series that go together to make a larger set.
With all three main cast members signing, 2004 Artbox Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban Update boasts one of the most potent autograph lineups of all-time. The release is also highlighted by serial-numbered costume and prop cards.
The company’s first set for the franchise, 2004 Artbox Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban is one of the most popular entertainment trading card sets in recent history. A strong autograph lineup includes Emma Watson and Gary Oldman.
Like the show, 1965 Topps Gilligan’s Island is filled with bad jokes and slapstick humor. The set remains extremely popular today as top-condition cards are relatively scarce.
2012 Topps Star Wars Galactic Files is the biggest single-series Star Wars set ever made. With 350 cards, it covers all six films, the Expanded Universe and the Clone Wars. Boxes come with a sketch card and either an autograph or embroidered patch card.
1965 Donruss Disneyland Puzzle Back trading cards celebrate the theme park’s tenth birthday. Today, the 66-card set acts as a historical look back at the evolution of one of the world’s most popular vacation destinations.
1974 Topps Evel Knievel trading cards capture many of the iconic daredevil’s biggest stunts. Originally distributed as a test issue, the set remains extremely popular on the secondary market.
1969 Topps Planet of the Apes is the first of many trading card sets for the classic Sci-Fi franchise. The 44-card set recaps the original film that stars Charlton Heston.
2006 Artbox Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets recaps the second film in the hugely popular franchise. Autographs, costume and prop cards are among the set’s most popular. Kenneth Branagh is the key autograph signer.
2012 Topps Wacky Packages Series 1 is the franchise’s first poster set since the 1970s. The 24-poster set was originally offered as an online exclusive.
The fourth in an ongoing series of mini sets, 2012 Rittenhouse Legends of Marvel Series 4 focuses exclusively on Thing, Ghost Rider and Ms. Marvel.
2012 Rittenhouse True Blood Premiere Edition trading cards cover the first four seasons of the hit cable show. Autographs fall two per box and signers include lead stars Anna Paquin and Stephen Moyer.
1966 Topps Batman Bat Laffs is one of two sets to use images from the campy 1996 feature film. Much of the 55-card set has variation backs. Bat Laffs is considered to be one of the most popular Batman sets of all-time.
The first comprehensive trading cards centered on the DC Universe, 2012 Cryptozoic DC Comics The New 52 boasts a sketch card in every box. Focusing on the massive DC reboot, all base cards have new art not found anywhere else. Collectors can also hunt for die-cut foil Lanterns inserts and lenticular Work in Progress cards.
Recapping the first film in the mega-popular franchise, 2005 Artbox Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone is highlighted by a broad mix of autographs, costume and prop cards. John Cleese and John Hurt are the lead signers.
1966 Topps Batman Riddler Back is one of two sets from the year to include images from the Adam West film. The 38-card set is also notable for the riddles found on the card backs.
The franchise’s third illustrated set of the year, 1966 Topps Batman B Series Blue Bat is, perhaps, the strangest as well. The 44-card set has two distinct back variations.