Buffy the Vampire Slayer trading cards are some of the most popular of the modern era. Inkworks had a long and successful run with the line starting in 1998. That led to sets for every season as well as several spinoffs.
Autographs are among the most popular of the Inkworks cards, although Pieceworks costume cards and early base sets still command strong attention today.
After Inkworks went out of business, the Buffy the Vampire Slayer trading cards license remained dormant for several years, which shouldn't be surprising given the fact the show was off the air. In 2015, Rittenhouse brought it back taking a premium approach focused on big-name autographs. That included the first Sarah Michelle Gellar autograph cards.
Rittenhouse continues to hold the license.