2004 Comic Images Shrek 2 trading cards is, in most ways, a very basic release. Autographs and sketch cards are randomly inserted but they're not from any big names.
Based on the film, 1997 Inkworks Men In Black trading cards might not be fancy by today's standards. However, they delve into the movie with decent depth and several styles of inserts.
The 2006 Artbox Harry Potter San Diego Comic-Con exclusive feature a mix of rare costume and prop cards.
2007 Artbox Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix trading cards cover the fifth film in the franchise. Daniel Radcliffe, Emma Watson and Rupert Grint all have autographs in the product.
2006 Rittenhouse James Bond Casino Royale Preview Set features the first trading cards of Daniel Craig as the iconic agent. The set includes nine base cards and a costume card.
Adapting the Mike Myers film, 2003 Comic Images Cat in the Hat trading cards follow a basic set up. Costume cards are the top inserts on a skimpy checklist.
Take a look at all of the 2016 Ghostbusters autographs released by Cryptozoic. Dan Aykroyd, Ernie Hudson, Ivan Reitman and Annie Potts are among those on the strong checklist.
2007 Artbox World of Harry Potter 3-D trading cards bring more depth to the first four films -- literally. Highlights include a Daniel Radcliffe autograph and a dual autograph featuring Robert Pattinson.
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 Artbox Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets is one of the more overlooked sets the company produced for the franchise. Kenneth Branagh is the most notable of the autograph signers.