Entertainment Trading Card Sets
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Not all movies that get the trading card treatment are blockbusters. 1986 Topps Howard the Duck is a perfect example. That said, the movie is infamous with some its epic weirdness captured on cards.
2014 Enterplay My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic Series 3 trading cards include a simple mix of base, Foil and Lenticular cards. Focusing on fun, collectors can also find Stickers, Standees and Tattoos.
1979 Topps Star Trek: The Motion Picture trading cards capture the franchise’s first foray onto the big screen with 88 cards and 22 stickers.
When 1999 Inkworks Buffy the Vampire Slayer was released, the company was hitting its stride with the license. This set is highlighted by rare autographs from Eliza Dushku, James Marsters and Nicholas Brendon.
2014 Cryptozoic DC Comics: Epic Battles tackles some of the biggest and important clashes to rock the DC Universe. Focusing solely on crossover storylines, base cards come together to form larger puzzles.
2014 Rocket Ink Studios Hollywood Is Dead trading cards take some of Hollywood’s most iconic posters and gives them a horror spin. Limited edition premium packs also come with sketch cards.
1975 Topps Good Times trading cards are based on the classic sitcom. The gags may seem a dated today, but the set remains popular with vintage collectors and fans of the show.
It might not be the most universally loved James Bond film, but 1979 Topps Moonraker is one of the most readily available and iconic trading card sets in the franchise’s history.
2014 Topps Wacky Packages Old School 5 gives a new parody spin on products popular in the 1970s. Every box of the online-exclusive includes a sketch card.
1996 Topps Mars Attacks Widevision combines Hollywood and hobby history. The over-sized cards focus primarily on the Mars Attacks movie directed by Tim Burton.
Without a set for the original, 1989 Topps Ghostbusters II gives the classic franchise its first solo set of trading cards. The affordable release has 88 cards and 11 stickers.
2014 Topps Frozen Activity Cards feature a mix of basic and interactive cards. Released by Topps’ European arm, highlights include Ice Effect, Holographic Foil and Glitter cards.
One of the most popular entertainment sets of its era, 1963 Topps Beverly Hillbillies trading cards are highlighted by corny jokes and colorized photos.
1996-97 Upper Deck Space Jam trading cards represent one of the more unique options when it comes to Michael Jordan and the hobby. Split in two series, the collection includes several inserts as well.
2014 IDW Limited X-Files Annual Sketch Cards are the first such cards in the history of the franchise. The limited edition set includes art from Cat Staggs, Charles Hall and Sean Pence.
1996 Topps Star Wars Shadows of the Empire tells a story set between Empire Strikes Back and Return of the Jedi. All cards are painted by Greg and Tim Hildebrandt.
2005 Inkworks Serenity remains extremely popular despite the film’s moderate success. The loaded autograph list includes Nathan Fillion, Summer Glau, Jewel Staite and Chiwetel Ejiofor.
1992 Star Pics Saturday Night Live trading cards chart the show’s first 15-plus years, tracing the early years with John Belushi and Bill Murray through to Adam Sandler and Chris Farley.
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.
2000 Inkworks Simpsons 10th Anniversary is highlighted by several fun insert sets. It’s also the first to have Simpsons autograph cards.