1995 Fleer Batman Forever Metal mixes art and a flashy look to present an alternative set for the blockbuster film. Etched foil parallels and 3-D holograms are among the inserts.
Superman Returns was supposed to bring the iconic hero back to prominence at a time when comic movies were on the rise. That meant...
The movie sucks, but 1997 Fleer/SkyBox Batman and Robin Widevision trading cards are worthy of your attention simply for the legendary autograph lineup.
Of all the versions of Batman to come out in the 1990s, its the cartoon version that is the best in many people's eyes. 1993...
1996 Fleer/SkyBox Superman Holo Series Trading Cards is a product where EVERY card is a hologram. So even if you're not a Superman fan, it looks cool.
The limited edition 1966 Batman TV Series Blu-ray box set includes reprints of classic Topps cards. But they're pretty lame. Find out why and get a full checklist of the 44 cards.
1995 Fleer/SkyBox DC Versus Marvel pits the characters of both comic worlds against each other. Highlights include extremely rare lenticular Mirage inserts.
The Dark Knight gets the full hologram treatment in 1996 Fleer/SkyBox Batman Holo Series. Every card in the product, including the base set, is a hologram. And they're not the lame kind either.
Much like the movie the set is based on, the 2004 Inkworks Catwoman trading cards are filled with disappointments. While Halle Berry didn't sign autographs, she is featured on several costume cards.
2003 Inkworks Justice League trading cards tackle the animated series that ran for two seasons between 2002 and 2004. Highlights include lenticular inserts and sketch cards drawn by the show's animators.
12Page 1 of 2