On the surface, 2010 Rittenhouse James Bond Heroes and Villains trading cards focus on the franchise's characters. However, they're joined by large autograph and memorabilia checklists as well as additions to longstanding insert sets.
1983 Donruss Zero Heroes trading cards poke fun at both comic heroes and trends of the early 1980s.
2009 Rittenhouse Complete Twilight Zone 50th Anniversary covers the entire series. It also has more than 50 different autographs.
2012 Breygent Dexter Season 4 shifts to a premium factory set format with each delivering two total autographs, prop and costume cards.
1992 Pro Set Beauty and the Beast trading cards feature a simple formula of base cards and a couple of easy-to-find interactive inserts.
2010 NECA Twilight: Eclipse Series 2 is a simple set that fills in some of the gaps left by the first release. It has no autographs.
1999 Inkworks Buffy the Vampire Slayer Season 3 trading cards feature a similar format as the first two releases. Eliza Dushku and Nicholas Brendon are among the autographs.
2005 Inkworks Sopranos Season 1 trading cards feature a decent breakdown of the show's inaugural season but a weak autograph checklist helped lead to its demise.
2001 Inkworks Simpsons Mania trading cards offer a self-referential look at both the show and the hobby. The checklist includes both autographs and sketch cards.
2010 Rittenhouse Stargate Universe Season 1 trading cards kick off another spinoff. The format is similar to earlier SG-1 and Atlantis sets, which means lots of autographs.