Entertainment Trading Card Sets
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2014 Topps GPK Bukimi Kun is an online-exclusive release that gives a Japanese twist to 2014 Topps Garbage Pail Kids Series 1. Each box has a Gold parallel and either an autograph or printing plate.
Aimed at young collectors, 2014 Topps How to Train Your Dragon 2 trading cards includes a 100-card base set and a mix of inserts. Chase cards include foil cards, Rider’s Licenses and Dragon “Autographs.”
2014 Topps Star Wars Perspectives UK is similar to the American version of the set with a couple of exceptions like the lack of chromium card stock. There are also some differences with the checklist.
2014 Disney Store Star Wars trading cards were available exclusively at participating stores in North America and the UK. To build the set, collectors had to visit stores several times.
1979 Topps Incredible Hulk trading cards capture the action and cheese of the TV show starring Bill Bixby and Lou Ferrigno. The set includes 88 cards and 22 stickers.
2014 Leaf Pop Century 11×14 Signed Photo Edition delivers a certified autographed picture in every pack. Multi-signed photos are also randomly inserted.
2014 Cryptozoic Adventure Time PlayPaks focus on fun rather than complexity. The playful set includes character-focused base cards and several simple, interactive inserts.
Continuing the Topps GPK MiniKins toy line, 2014 Topps Garbage Pail Kids MiniKins Series 2 offers more GPK characters to collect. Each pack includes two stickers and two mini figures.
1999 Inkworks Buffy the Vampire Slayer Season 2 is one of the most popular entertainment trading card sets in recent years. Among the highlights is John Ritter’s only certified autograph card.
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.
2006 Rittenhouse X-Men: The Last Stand features a rounded checklist that includes lots of inserts, a strong autograph list and the first sketch cards for the film franchise.
2003 Topps X2: X-Men United trading cards bring the mutants back for an encore. Autographs and costume cards lead the chase.
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.
2000 Topps X-Men Movie trading cards kick off the franchise in style with a strong autograph checklist that includes Hugh Jackman, Patrick Stewart and Ian McKellan.
2014 Upper Deck Captain America: The Winter Soldier is another growing line of releases stemming from the Marvel blockbuster machine. Hobby boxes come with two memorabilia cards and either a sketch card or autograph.
2014 Rittenhouse Game of Thrones Season 3 continues to dedicate a lot of cards to the show’s rich cast of characters. Autographs land two per box. Relic cards and sketch cards are randomly inserted.
2014 Breygent American Horror Story captures the show’s creepy debut season. Besides recapping the first story arc, inserts include autographs, sketch and costume cards from much of the main cast.
2014 Panini Disney Glamour Princess Stickers feature Belle, Rapunzel, Cinderella and the rest of the animated royalty in a simple collection. The set includes a total of 240 stickers.
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.
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.