Entertainment Trading Card Sets
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2007 Artbox Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix captures the fifth film in the blockbuster franchise. Autographs, costumes and prop cards lead the chase. Daniel Radcliffe, Emma Watson and Rupert Grint are among the signers.
A lot can happen in 75 years of storytelling. 2014 Rittenhouse Marvel 75th Anniversary looks back on the history of the comics universe with a mix of base cards and inserts.
2014 Topps Star Wars Wacky Packages mashes up two of the most popular entertainment trading card lines of all-time. The set features new parody art that imagines satirical products from the Star Wars Universe.
2014 Carl’s Jr. X-Men: Days of Future Past is, currently, the only set of trading cards based on the film. Available as a kid’s pack premium, the simple set has nine cards.
2014 Leaf Bettie Page Collection looks back on the careers of the most iconic pin-up model of all time. Boxes include either a sketch card, cut autograph, hair or wardrobe card.
In addition to capturing the first several episodes of the show, 2014 Cryptozoic Downton Abbey Seasons 1 and 2 includes autographs, wardrobe cards, sketch cards and more.
2014 Rittenhouse Marvel Universe is a character-driven release that promises one color sketch card in every box. The release also includes several additional inserts, many of which are serial numbered.
2014 Topps Skylanders Series 3 keeps up with the ever-expanding video game universe. The set features more characters and a new roster of inserts.
2014 Cryptozoic Psych Seasons 5 and 6 picks up where the last set left off. Signers include leads James Roday and Dulé Hill as well as notable guest stars Ralph Macchio and Malcolm McDowell.
1980 Donruss Dukes of Hazzard trading cards are the first of three releases based on the show. Distinguished by its blue borders, Bo, Luke, Daisy and the rest of Hazzard County’s most notable faces appear.
2014 Cryptozoic The Vampire Diaries Season 3 brings back the characters of the sexy supernatural soap opera. Like previous sets, boxes have both an autograph and a costume card.
2014 Upper Deck Marvel Premier marks the return of the ultra-premium comic card brand. Boxes include a multi-panel sketch card, a second sketch card and a premium insert.
2014 Breygent Witchblade trading cards look at the popular comic character with lots of art. Every box includes a pair of sketch cards and a handful of inserts.
2014 Cryptozoic Arrow Season 1 offers the first mainstream trading cards of the hit show. Boxes include both an autograph and a costume cards. Show lead, Stephen Amell is among the set’s signers.
2014 Cryptozoic Adventure Time mixes art from the show, comic and newly commissioned pieces. Highlights include sketch cards, autographs and more.
Doctor Who is finally getting a set aimed at North American audiences. 2014 Topps Doctor Who is a comprehensive release that includes autographs, costume and prop relics, sketch cards and more.
2014 Upper Deck Guardians of the Galaxy launches a new franchise for the Marvel movie universe. Boxes include a trio of hits including one multi-swatch memorabilia card, a second memorabilia card, and an autograph or sketch card.
The show may not have lasted long, but 2006 Inkworks Veronica Mars Season 1 showcases some of the Hollywood talent to come from it. Autographs include Kristen Bell and Amanda Seyfried. Paris Hilton has a costume card as well.
2014 Panini Disney Minnie Stickers give’s one of the most beloved animated characters a sticker collection of her own. Aimed mainly at young collectors, the set has 140 total stickers.
1980 Topps Weird Wheels mixes Kustom Kulture with matinee monsters. The result is both fun and strange. It’s also extremely reasonably priced.