Entertainment Trading Card Sets
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1990 Topps Simpsons trading cards are the first to feature the classic animated series. The simple set remains an affordable and easy-to-collect piece of early Simpsons memorabilia.
1996 Topps Star Wars Finest is an art-based set that focuses entirely on characters from the original trilogy and early Expanded Universe. As with most every Finest set, Refractors are the most popular part of the set.
2013 Panini Disney Princess Style stickers show what it’s like to be royalty in the animated kingdom. The collection includes more than 200 stickers including some made of satin and foil.
One of the most impressive sets in the franchise’s history, 1995 Topps Star Wars Widevision offers an extensive look at the original film. Done in tall boy format, the cards use digitally remastered images.
2013 Topps Garbage Pail Kids Chrome Original Series 1 mixes classic GPK characters with chromium technology. Highlights include multiple levels of Refractors and John Pound autographs.
The encyclopedic look at the Star Wars universe continues in 2013 Topps Star Wars Galactic Files 2. The set comes with a massive base set, several inserts and two premium inserts per box.
1982 Topps Smurf Supercards is a fun over-sized set that features silly affirmations, Smurf-inspired cliches and sayings that have racy double meanings. As far as Smurfs trading cards go, this is the premier set for the franchise.
1969 Topps Man on the Moon trading cards document the Apollo 11 space mission that culminated in Neil Armstrong becoming the first man to walk on the moon. Released in two different issues, the set looks at both the mission, its crew, training and more.
Cut signature products are known for the low print runs. It doesn’t get any smaller than 2013 Leaf Masterpiece Cut Signature Edition. Every card is a one-of-one cut signature.
2013 Viceroy Carnival trading cards harken back to the glory days of the circuses, sideshows and other strange traveling oddities. Every premium pack includes a sketch card and at least two other limited edition cards.
1979 Topps Alien trading cards retell the classic Sci-fi horror film. Starring Sigourney Weaver and Tom Skerritt, the set includes 84 cards and 22 stickers.
1982 Topps ET The Extra-Terrestrial retells the story of the blockbuster Steven Spielberg film with 87 cards and 12 stickers. Get full details on the release, including a full checklist, shopping guide and details on a deleted scene featuring Harrison Ford that made it into the set.
2013 Leaf Pop Century brings a new and eclectic lineup of celebrity and pop culture autographs. Al Pacino, Jennifer Lopez and James Gandolfini are among those signing for the set.
Part of a massive marketing blitz for the film, 1984 Topps Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom captures the film with a total of 88 cards and 11 stickers.
With his famous whip and and hat in tow, 1981 Topps Raiders of the Lost Ark is the first set of Indiana Jones trading cards. The simple set retells the story with 88 cards.
Hinting at bigger things in the future, the 2013 Rittenhouse Valiant Comics Preview Set comes with nine base cards and a full-color sketch card. These are the first licensed sketch cards featuring Valiant characters.
1978 Donruss KISS is the first set to highlight the legendary rock band. While the basic set, which is split into two series, is straightforward, there are several rare variations that make master sets difficult.
1977 Topps Charlie’s Angels trading cards offer a fairly comprehensive look at one of the cultural phenomenons of the late 1970s. Get full details including complete checklists for all four series.
Based on the classic sitcom, 1978 Topps Three’s Company is a flipped set of trading cards. Stickers act as the base set while basic puzzle cards are the tougher inserts.
Although the show lasted just one season, 1966 Donruss Green Hornet trading cards remain popular thanks in part to offering some of the only cards to feature Bruce Lee. Get full details on the set, including the complete checklist.