2007 Rittenhouse Spider-Man 3 does a solid job covering a weak film. In particular, the autograph list is strong even though it's missing a couple of key actors.
2006 Rittenhouse X-Men 3: The Last Stand is the only stab the card maker had at the movie franchise. Highlights include an autograph per box with a checklist of the signers featuring Hugh Jackman, Anna Paquin and Patrick Stewart.
2001 Topps Marvel Legends trading cards delve deep into the heroes and villains of the Marvel Universe. Although not the first, the set includes some of the earliest Marvel sketch cards.
2007 Hellboy Sword of Storms is a set based on the direct-to-video animated film. The set includes the first official Hellboy sketch cards. Hellboy creator, Mike Mignola, is among those providing original art for these cards.
2002 Topps Spider-Man Movie trading cards kick off the Sam Raimi trilogy with a relatively simple checklist that lacks premium elements.
1997 Fleer/SkyBox X-Men 2099: Oasis offer a trading card take of the one-shot comic. All of the artwork, like the book, is by Greg and Tim Hildebrandt.
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...
2009 Rittenhouse Conan the Barbarian Movies Autograph Expansion is highlighted by five signed cards including James Earl Jones. The small factory set is limited to 333 copies.
2009 5finity Archie March of Dimes Sketch Cards bring a premium approach to the classic comic franchise. Every card in the product features original art.