Merging the collectible and strategy game worlds, Topps Star Wars Galactic Connexions Discs includes three different base sets and multiple disc parallels, including 14K gold chase discs.
Find signed cards for some of your favorite Hawkins characters in 2020 Stranger Things Autograph Collection. The online-exclusive release offers three autographs per box.
Travel to the parallel existence of the Netflix show in 2019 Topps Stranger Things Welcome to the Upside Down. Every Hobby box has at least one autograph or sketch card.
Some doors can’t be closed. Join Eleven and the rest of the gang as they battle evil in 2019 Topps Stranger Things Season 2. Every Hobby box has two hits.
Issued for free with a weekly blaster purchase, the 2019 Topps Stranger Things 1985 Online Exclusives cards feature multiple designs and art styles for the Netflix series. The full set is spread across four weeks.
Leonardo, Donatello, Michelangelo and Raphael are back with card collectors via 2019 Topps Art of TMNT Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. The comic art-based set features artist sketches and autographs.
Find one signed card per box in 2018 Topps Walking Dead Autograph Collection. All the TWD signatures are limited to less than 100 copies.
Join Eleven, Mike, Will, Lucas and Dustin in 2018 Topps Stranger Things. The Netflix series set features autographs and commemorative patch cards.
Issued by the pack, 2017 Topps Warcraft covers the live-action film with an online-exclusive set. Each pack holds one card that is guaranteed to be a hit.
Following up the 1962 set, 2017 Topps Mars Attacks The Revenge comes in a factory format that includes the full base set and two hits.
2017 Topps Garbage Pail Kids Series 1 Adam-Geddon takes GPK collectors on a trip to the end of the world. Every Hobby Collector box promises one hit.
2016 Topps Warcraft celebrates the live-action movie with a full product release. Each hobby box promises two total hits along with multiple inserts and parallels.
Focusing more on the new movie, 2016 Topps Star Wars: The Force Awakens Series 2 continues the format of the Series 1 release. Hobby boxes promise two hits, along with multiple inserts and parallels.
2016 Topps Star Wars The Force Awakens Stickers takes a simple approach to the popular film. The budget-friendly release includes a base set of nearly 300 cards.
2016 Topps Star Wars Rogue One Series 1 is the first installment of the main product line dedicated to Rogue One: A Star Wars Story. Each hobby box includes two hits.
Kicking off the excitement for the first standalone film in the Star Wars universe, 2016 Topps Star Wars Rogue One: Mission Briefing takes collectors on a journey to the new movie. Each hobby box includes two hits.
Continuing the force’s high-end offering for another year, 2016 Topps Star Wars Masterwork features several updates to the premium release. The hit-per-pack product offers on-card autographs and several other quality options.
A favorite for collectors, 2016 Topps Star Wars High Tek returns with only acetate and on-card signatures. Each hobby box includes one hard-signed autograph from the Star Wars universe.
Focusing on how the many key characters have evolved throughout the history of the saga, 2016 Topps Star Wars Evolution also includes the transformations in Star Wars: The Force Awakens. Each hobby box promises two hits.
2016 Topps Star Wars Card Trader brings digital cards to the physical world. Based on the many cards in the SWCT app, collectors can also unlock digital autographs with physical pulls.
Get into the holiday spirit with 2016 Topps Santa Claus! The playful release includes a complete base set and one autograph per pack.
2016 Topps Rocky 40th Anniversary Complete Set documents the popular boxing franchise in card form with a Topps online release. Limited Sylvester Stallone as Rocky Balboa autographs are randomly inserted.
2016 Topps Doctor Who Extraterrestrial Encounters centers on the alien interactions across the entire series. Each hobby box includes two hits.
Centered around Star Wars: The Force Awakens, 2015 Topps Star Wars Dog Tags offer a collectible option that also features a fashion attribute.
Distributed in Europe, 2015 Topps Minions trading cards follow a simple structure of base cards and shiny foils.
The Martian invasion continues. 2015 Topps Mars Attacks: Occupation is taking a different approach to market, launching on Kickstarter. Boxes include a sketch card and several other inserts.
Doctor Who is finally getting a set aimed at North American audiences. 2015 Topps Doctor Who is a comprehensive release that includes autographs, costume and prop relics, sketch cards and more.
2014 Topps Skylanders Trap Team trading cards keep up with the ever-expanding video game universe. The set features more characters and a new roster of inserts.
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 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.
2013 Topps Skylanders Swap Force is a straightforward set based on the latest line of the popular video game franchise. Sticking with the interchangeable theme of the toys, inserts include foil, lenticular, static cling and magnet cards.
2013 Topps Skylanders Swap Force Dog Tags make collecting fashionable. The complete set includes 44 different metal tags featuring Skylanders Swap Force characters.
2013 Topps Mars Attacks Invasion is the first all-new story line since the original set came out more than 50 years ago. Every box includes two premium inserts from a list that includes sketch cards, autographs, patch relics and medallion cards.
2013 Topps 75th Anniversary delves deep into the company’s rich entertainment past with a set that celebrates its 75th anniversary. Boxes come with 3 autographs and a stamped buyback.
Based on the popular video game, 2012 Topps Skylander Giants is a fun set that includes several different card types. Aimed at young collectors, the checklist explores the game’s characters, creatures, items and locations with basic and foil cards.
2012 Topps Mars Attacks Heritage reprints the original 55 cards while adding 25 new images. Inserts include multi-colored parallels, 3D lenticular cards and the first official Mars Attacks sketch cards.
2007 Topps Transformers Movie trading cards cover the first Michael Bay film with mixes results. However, the product does include an autograph of Megan Fox.
2005 Topps Batman Begins is highlighted by a strong autograph checklist that includes Liam Neeson, Katie Holmes and Michael Caine. The set also has memorabilia cards with pieces of Batman’s costume and the Batmobile.
2002 Topps Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring Collector’s Update fills in gaps left by the first set. The chase is led by the first costume cards for the franchise.
2001 Topps Planet of the Apes trading cards rise above the lackluster film they’re based upon. Highlights include autographs from entertainment legends Charlton Heston and Kris Kristofferson.
2001 Topps Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring kicked off one of the most successful trading card lines of all time. The release is highlighted by autographs from nearly all the key cast members.
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.
1995 Topps Animaniacs captures one of the best cartoons of the 1990s. The simple collection includes a 72-card set, foil stickers and one additional insert set.
1992 Topps In Living Color trading cards highlight one of the most influential comedies of the 1990s. It’s also notable for having the first cards of Jim Carrey, Jennifer Lopez and Jamie Foxx.
It might not be as loved as the first film, but 1992 Topps Home Alone 2: Lost in New York trading cards are the closest thing collectors have. One of the final no-frills entertainment sets from the company, the checklist has 66 cards and 11 stickers.
1991 Topps Desert Storm trading cards are some of the most widely available historical cards ever produced. Spanning three series, the set offers an in-depth look at people, technology and events of the first Gulf War.
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.
1990 Topps Robocop 2 sees the card maker jump on the action film sequel. However, a sizable chunk of the violent set does cover the original film as well. Get full details as well as a complete checklist.
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.
1989 Topps Batman Movie trading cards are a strong compliment to the influential super hero blockbuster. Plentiful still today, it’s also extremely affordable.
1989 Topps Back to the Future II is the only set of mainstream trading cards for the trilogy. The film is captured with 88 cards and 11 stickers.
There will likely never be another set like 1988 Topps Fright Flicks. Using images from 15 different horror films, it’s a comedic tribute to the genre at the time. Ghostbusters, A Nightmare on Elm Street and An American Werewolf in London are among the featured films.
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.
1987 Topps Alf trading cards capture one of the decade’s biggest phenomenons. Spread over two series, the set includes base cards, stickers and Bouillabaseball cards.
1987 Topps 21 Jump Street trading cards capture both the show and the era it came from with a simple and affordable collection.
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.
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.
Goonies never say die. Just like the popular modern adventure, neither do the 1985 Topps Goonies trading cards. The straightforward set includes 86 cards and 22 stickers.
1984 Topps Masters of the Universe is a somewhat quirky set that captures the classic He-Man cartoon. The checklist includes 88 cards and 21 stickers.
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.
Based on one of the most memorable movies of the decade, 1984 Topps Gremlins trading cards cover both the comedy and the horror of the cute creatures gone bad. Get full details on the set including a complete checklist.
Capturing the action and characters of the 80s TV classic, 1983 Topps A-Team includes a checklist of 66 cards and 12 stickers. Like a lot of entertainment sets from the era, boxes and sets remain extremely affordable.
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.
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.
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.
1980 Topps Weird Wheels mixes Kustom Kulture with matinee monsters. The result is both fun and strange. It’s also extremely reasonably priced.
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.
After skipping the original film, 1979 Topps Rocky II trading cards jump into the ring with a set that has 99 cards and 22 stickers. This is one of two major sets based on the franchise.
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.
1979 Topps Buck Rogers trading cards are a colorful relic of a show that failed to find enough of an audience during its short-lived initial run. But time and nostalgia have been kind to the series and its 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.
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.
1978 Topps Superman the Movie trading cards deliver a comprehensive look at the classic superhero blockbuster starring Christopher Reeve. Spread across two series, the checklist also includes stickers and foil stickers.
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.
1978 Topps Grease is one of the most popular movie trading card sets of the 1970s. Featuring Series 1 and Series 2 boxes, the overall set provides 132 cards and 22 stickers.
1978 Topps Close Encounters of the Third Kind trading cards captures one of the most beloved Science Fiction films of all-time. At least as much as one can without its lead star, Richard Dreyfuss.
The show might not have lasted long on TV, but 1978 Topps Battlestar Galactica trading cards remain popular decades later. A large checklist makes it one of the tougher sets to complete from the era.
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.
Before John Travolta was strutting down the street to the Bee Gees, there was Vinnie Barbarino. He’s one of the highlights in 1976 Topps Welcome Back Kotter trading cards.
1976 Topps King Kong trading cards cover the once lavish remake of the monster classic. The complete set has 55 cards and 11 stickers.
Focusing on the short-lived TV show, 1975 Topps Planet of the Apes trading cards remain extremely affordable and relatively easy to find. Not as prestigious as the 1967 film set, the release is nonetheless an important part of the franchise’s history.
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.
1974 Topps Evel Knievel trading cards capture many of the iconic daredevil’s biggest stunts. Originally distributed as a test issue, the set remains extremely popular on the secondary market.
1971 Topps Brady Bunch trading cards highlight TV’s most famous blended family. The 88-card set mixes stills from the show with promotional shots.
1969 Topps Planet of the Apes is the first of many trading card sets for the classic Sci-Fi franchise. The 44-card set recaps the original film that stars Charlton Heston.
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.
1967 Topps Who Am I? is one of the quirkiest trading card sets the company has every produced. Focused on historical figures, each card comes with a scratch-off disguise. The checklist includes Babe Ruth, Mickey Mantle and Willie Mays.
Focusing on the early TV series starring George Reeves, 1966 Topps Superman trading cards offers several variations that can make for a lofty challenge for dedicated collectors.
1966 Topps Batman Riddler Back is one of two sets from the year to include images from the Adam West film. The 38-card set is also notable for the riddles found on the card backs.
1966 Topps Batman Black Bat is one of five Caped Crusader sets the company made that year. Featuring artwork from pulp master Norman Saunders, the set remains extremely popular with collectors today.
1966 Topps Batman Bat Laffs is one of two sets to use images from the campy 1996 feature film. Much of the 55-card set has variation backs. Bat Laffs is considered to be one of the most popular Batman sets of all-time.
The franchise’s third illustrated set of the year, 1966 Topps Batman B Series Blue Bat is, perhaps, the strangest as well. The 44-card set has two distinct back variations.
1966 Topps Batman A Series Red Bat is the second of three Caped Crusader sets featuring the artwork of Norman Saunders. The 44-card set has a similar tone to the TV show that was popular at the time.
1965 Topps Ugly Stickers find bizarre beauty in a world of strange and slobbering creatures. This is exactly why the set remains popular with many collectors still today.
Like the show, 1965 Topps Gilligan’s Island is filled with bad jokes and slapstick humor. The set remains extremely popular today as top-condition cards are relatively scarce.
Taking a sensational approach to WWII, 1965 Topps Battle features the artwork of pulp legend Norman Saunders. Get full set details, a complete checklist and more.
1964 Topps Monsters from Outer Limits is one of the era’s most notorious entertainment sets of its era. Extremely condition sensitive and surrounded in some controversy, the release remains extremely popular today.
One of the most popular entertainment sets of its era, 1963 Topps Beverly Hillbillies trading cards are highlighted by corny jokes and colorized photos.
1963 Topps Astronauts looks at the origins of American space travel. Featuring astronauts like John Glenn and Alan Shepard, the 55-card set highlights Project Mercury.
One of the most popular (and controversial) trading card sets of all-time, 1962 Topps Mars Attacks covers a fictional tale of Martians invading the earth in the landmark non-sport release.
One of the most popular trading card sets of all-time, 1962 Topps Civil War News offers a bloody take on one of the biggest events in American history.
1959 Topps You’ll Die Laughing is one of the landmark monster card issues. Featuring stellar artwork from Jack Davis, the fun set mixes classic monsters and funny gags.
Still affordable after all these years, 1959 Topps Funny Valentines is a fun set highlighted by artwork from cartooning legend Jack Davis.
1958 Topps TV Westerns is one of the most popular entertainment sets from the era, even today. The 71-card set showcases 11 different TV shows including Gunsmoke.
Released at the start of the Space Race, 1957 Topps Space Cards offer a colorful look at a world of new potential. The colorful set imagines the possibilities of what life would be like with space travel.
1957 Topps Hit Stars is one of the earliest sets to cover TV, movies and music. The 88-card checklist has several legendary names including James Dean, Elvis Presley, Elizabeth Taylor and Bob Hope.
Mixing history with beautiful art, 1956 Topps US Presidents is a reasonably easy set to put together given its age. The set not only looks at early Presidents, but a few key moments in America’s history as well.
Focusing on frontier figures like Jesse James, Wyatt Earp and Daniel Boone, 1956 Topps Round-Up is one of the most beloved and popular sets of the era.
The first in a long line of trading card sets dedicated to the King, 1956 Topps Elvis Presley is also one of the most popular. The 66-card set focuses on his music and the start of his acting career.
1956 Topps Davy Crockett Orange Back trading cards are among the decade’s most popular entertainment offerings. Focusing on the Disney-produced miniseries starring Fess Parker, the set has 80 cards.
1954 Topps Scoops takes nearly 1,000 years of history and squeezes it into a 158-card set. Babe Ruth, Notre Dame’s Four Horsemen and Joe Louis are among the sports stars on the checklist.
1953 Topps Who-z-at Star trading cards look at some of Hollywood’s biggest stars following World War II. Elizabeth Taylor, Clark Gable, Gene Kelly and Errol Flynn are some of the names on the checklist.
1953 Topps Fighting Marines pays tribute to the history of the US Marine Corps. Get full details, a checklist and more for the popular vintage set.
1952 Topps Look n See is an eclectic historical set that remains popular today. It’s highlighted by vivid images, a design similar to 1952 Topps Baseball and a strong checklist.