Topps released their latest Star Wars set on the day The Last Jedi opened in theaters. It’s a pretty clean design, and seems a lot more straight forward than recent releases. As usual, the release was pretty hush hush before that day, to prevent any spoilers. This set doesn’t seem to have many spoilers as it doesn’t seem to cover the whole movie and really only shows unknown characters. I think it’s safe to assume most people collecting this cards have already seen the movie before they do, however.
The base set is 100 cards, and comes in a variety of parallels. Many of the insert sets also come in various parallel versions. The box advertises 24 packs of 8 cards, with two hits per box.
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This early fall set leading up to the December Star Wars release has become an annual event. It also ends up following a familiar format. The release features cards of all the Stars Wars movies and cartoons, as well as a few preview pics from The Last Jedi. Once again, the design from the original vintage Star Wars series is used. It’s starting to feel a bit overused at this point. It seems multiple years using the same design is going to start getting confusing as years go by.
You also see familiar parallels and insert sets included in this release. Aside from a handful of cards, it doesn’t really feel that new. A box advertises 24 packs with 8 cards per pack, including two hits per box.
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Topps is starting to get in to the business of National Baseball Card day. Six card packs were given away at hobby stores, as well as a bonus Kris Bryant card with a certain purchase. The full set consists of 49 cards, but the packs also include random autographs as well. There’s not much too it, but for free, you can’t really complain. It’s a bit of a different design, and seems a little out of character for Topps. It’s a nice change of pace, though.
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Cryptozoic will release its first series of cards for the Arrow television series January 21, 2015. It will feature events and characters from Season 1 of the hit CW series.
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