Entertainment Trading Card Sets
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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.
2014 Rittenhouse Under the Dome Season 1 is the first set of trading cards based on the breakout TV hit. Every box comes with a pair of autographs and a relic card.
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.
1994 Fleer Marvel Masterpieces sees Greg and Tim Hildebrandt unleash their immense talents on the superhero universe. This is the third set in the popular Marvel line.
2001 Topps Star Wars Evolution is a character-focused set showcasing the changes made between the first four films. It’s also the first Star Wars set to have actor autographs.
With the eye of the tiger and some classic Cold War tension, 1985 Topps Rocky IV trading cards are simple fun and full of Ivan Drago.
For many, they got their first taste of Robin Williams on Mork & Mindy. 1978 Topps Mork & Mindy trading cards capture the energy of the star through a large, comedy-infused checklist.
2014 Leaf Pop Century is another all-autograph release focusing on actors, singers, athletes and other celebrities. Boxes include four cards, all signed.