Entertainment Trading Card Sets
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2011 Rittenhouse Archives Marvel Universe Trading Card focus on epic crossover events. The base set consists of nine-card puzzles ideal for pages. Each box includes a color sketch card.
Cryptozoic has launched its first set of Vampire Diaries trading cards. The release features an expansive autograph lineup that includes Nina Dobrev, Paul Wesley and Ian Somerhalder.
2012 Famous Fabrics Ink 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue NW is a high-end set that celebrates US Presidents. Each box comes with two cut signature cards and four base cards, which are limited to ten copies.
2011 Topps American Pie sees a relaunch of the brand, this time strictly as an entertainment release. The set focuses on celebrities and pop culture from the end of WWII to today and includes three hits per hobby box.
True Blood Legends Series 1 is the first trading card set for the hit cable show. The 27-card release from Rittenhouse Archives focuses solely on Sookie Stackhouse, Sam and Hoyt. It can also be seen as a teaser for larger future releases.
2011 Upper Deck Avengers: Kree-Skrull War mixes trading cards and comics to tell five all-new stories starring the Marvel super team.
From the creative kids show comes an equally creative set. Yo Gabba Gabba from Press Pass mixes traditional favorites likes cards and stickers with fun inserts, including lenticular and audio cards.
2012 Leaf Oval Office Cut Signature promises a Presidential autograph in every pack. Not for the faint of heart, the checklist includes cut signatures from every man elected to lead the country.
ThunderCats, hooo! Bandai is bringing the revamped 80s classic to cardboard with a refreshingly simple release that includes 60 base cards and 12 Holographic Foil cards.
Military Propaganda & Posters Series 1 from Cult Stuff is a 36-card factory set that captures some of the most striking WWII artwork. Sketch cards and military memorabilia redemptions are randomly inserted.
Garbage Pail Kids Flashback Series 3 sees the classic 80s brand return with lots of familiar names and some new spins such as parallels, sketch cards and 3D cards.
Bieber-mania continues with Panini’s Justin Bieber 2.0. A 100-card base set is complimented by several inserts including stickers, memorabilia cards and autographs.
Eureka Seasons 1 & 2 Premium Trading Cards product review, details, card gallery, highlights and other information. Premium packs include two autographs and one costume card.
Warehouse 13: Season Two Trading Cards product review, details, card gallery, highlights, hot singles, price comparison and other information. The set include two autographs and a relic card in every pack. The autograph checklist includes all the show’s stars, like Eddie McClintock and Joanne Kelly.
The Complete Star Trek Next Generation Series 1 Trading Cards details, card gallery, product information, buying guide, price comparisons, and more. Each box includes four autographs.
Star Wars Series 1, released by Topps in 1977, launched the most popular entertainment card franchise of all-time. Get set details, a card gallery, buying guide and more.
Garbage Pail Kids Series 1, released by Topps in 1985, launched one of the most controversial entertainment card franchises of all-time. Get set details, a card gallery, buying guide and more.
Family Guy Seasons 3, 4 & 5 boxes include a 72-card base set and one autograph as well as potential sketch cards drawn by the show’s animators. This is the first Family Guy set from Leaf.
2008 Popcardz Checklist.