Entertainment Trading Card Sets
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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.
2013 Cryptozoic Revenge Season 1 trading cards capture the first batch of episodes of the hit primetime soap. Autographs, costume cards and sketch cards lead the chase.
2013 Rittenhouse The Complete Bionic Collection is a premium product that pays homage to the Six Million Dollar Man and Bionic Woman franchises. Each box includes an autographed card from either Lindsay Wagner or Lee Majors.
2014 Topps Star Wars Chrome Perspectives is just the second time the Chrome brand has been used to anchor a set of Star Wars trading cards. Highlights include a Refractor in every pack and on-card autographs.
2013 Upper Deck Thor: The Dark World tackles the blockbuster sequel with a broad mix of base cards, inserts and hits. Every box promises either a sketch card or autograph. Confirmed signers include Chris Hemsworth and Zachary Levi.
It’s hard to believe that after all these years, The Beach Boys have never had a comprehensive set of trading cards. That changes with 2013 Panini Beach Boys. Hobby boxes include a pair of concert-worn memorabilia cards.
The movie may not have packed a lot of box office punch, but 2014 Cryptozoic Ender’s Game has a lot going for it. The biggest is that Harrison Ford is committed to signing autographs for the set. Boxes have both an autograph and a memorabilia card.
2014 Breygent Bates Motel brings the popular A&E series and Psycho prequel to trading cards for the first time. The set includes autographs, prop and costume cards.
2014 Cryptozoic Sons of Anarchy Seasons 1-3 digs deep into the show’s early seasons. Boxes include both an autograph and either a Wardrobe or Prop card. Other inserts include Replica Patch cards and Temporary Tattoos.
1953 Topps Fighting Marines pays tribute to the history of the US Marine Corps. Get full details, a checklist and more for the popular vintage set.
1994 Fleer Ultra X-Men is one of the early premium comic sets. Highlighted by premium-quality cards and painted artwork, the release offers an in-depth look at one of the most popular names in comic history.
2014 Cryptozoic Breaking Bad Seasons 1-5 trading cards deliver an in-depth look at all five seasons of the intense drama. The release also includes an autograph and costume card in every box.
Switching the focus to Woodbury and the Governor, 2014 Cryptozoic Walking Dead Season 3 Part 2 rounds out the story started in Part 1. Boxes include both an autograph and Wardrobe Card. Sketch cards are also randomly inserted.
The show might not have lasted long on TV, but 1978 Topps Battlestar Galactica trading cards remain popular decades later. A large checklist makes it one of the tougher sets to complete from the era.
For the show’s third release, 2013 Cryptozoic Big Bang Theory Season 5 trading cards see the return of familiar elements like autograph and costume cards. A pair of inserts make their debut for the popular card franchise.
2013 Topps Doctor Who Alien Attax 50th Anniversary is a continuation of the easy-to-play trading card game. Chase cards include Rainbow Foil, Foil and the first Doctor Who Costume Cards.
2013 NECA The Hunger Games: Catching Fire is about as simple as it comes as far as trading cards go. The character-focused set is all base cards, no inserts.
Robots, aliens and lots of action. 2014 Cryptozoic Pacific Rim trading cards take on the international blockbuster. Boxes promise an autograph and either a Prop or Wardrobe card.
2013 Breygent The Tudors: The Final Season is a premium pack release where all main cards are either an autograph, costume card or prop card. Each pack come with five cards.