Here's a detailed look at the first certified Planet of the Apes autograph cards, which were released in 1999 Inkworks Planet of the Apes Archives.
1993 Topps Jurassic Park trading cards arrived at a time when the hobby was at a crossroads. More and more sets were adding chase...
One of the first James Bond sets from the card maker, 2002 Rittenhouse Die Another Day includes autographs of John Cleese, Rosamund Pike, Judi Dench and more.
With a broad mix of autographs, costume cards and prop cards, 2005 Artbox Charlie and the Chocolate Factory is one of the most eclectic and colorful sets of trading cards ever produced.
The 2003 Inkworks Tomb Raider: Cradle of Life Autographs are pretty much all about the film's A-list leading lady, Angelina Jolie. Check out all the autographs in the set.
Avatar might be the biggest box office draw of all-time but it doesn't have a set of mainstream trading cards. It almost did. Find out about Topps' planned 3D set for the movie including the planned autograph list.
In sci-fi circles, the Alien and Predator franchises are two of the most respected titles ever. And it's not just movies. Countless comics, novels,...
With the cinematic Marvel Universe expanding, so are the trading card sets based on it. Here's a look at 2011 Upper Deck Thor, a set that's got some awesome autographs and other chase elements.
The movie might not be good but the 2001 Topps Planet of the Apes Autographs checklist is strong. See the entire set including one rare card that wasn't ever officially released in packs.
There always has to be a first time. 1998 Inkworks Women of James Bond marks the first signed cards for the prolific franchise. Check out the entire set and get a full lowdown on what's in it.