Entertainment Trading Card Sets
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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.
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.
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 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.
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.
2014 Star Trek Movies is the long-awaited set based on Into Darkness. It also comes with elements from the 2009 reboot. Autographs fall two per box. Signers include Chris Pine, Leonard Nimoy, Alice Eve and Simon Pegg.
1994 Fleer Ultra Beavis and Butthead trading cards offer a somewhat premium take on the one-time pop culture icons. The set includes 150 cards and ten Scratch ‘n Sniff inserts.
Taking a page from Mars Attacks, 1988 Topps Dinosaurs Attack offers an original story and plenty of detailed artwork. Get full details on this under-appreciated and very affordable set.
2014 Cryptozoic Archer captures the style and adult humor of the popular animated spy spoof. Highlights include sketch cards, autographs and faux relics.
Modeled after traditional sports cards, 1991 Impel Marvel Universe Series II offers an in-depth look at the most popular heroes and villains of the time. The 162-card base set is accompanied by 5 holograms.
1995 Topps Empire Strikes Back Widevision presents the original Star Wars sequel in an over-sized format with remastered images. Inserts showcase the artwork of Ralph McQuarrie.
2013 Topps 75th Anniversary delves deep into the company’s rich entertainment past with a set that celebrates their 75th anniversary. The release showcases cards from more than 100 sets throughout their history. Boxes come with 3 autographs and a stamped buyback.
1959 Topps Funny Valentines is a fun and affordable set highlighted by artwork from cartooning legend Jack Davis. The 66-card set makes light of a sometimes awkward Valentine’s tradition.