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Marvel trading cards are among the most popular in the hobby. The first sets date all the way back to the mid 1960s. Since then, there has been a constant stream of releases. Over the years, Marvel, SkyBox, Impel, Donruss, Fleer, Upper Deck and Rittenhouse Archives are among the companies to produce Marvel trading cards.

Since the 1990s, Marvel sets have often been among the trend-setters for new industry innovations. Impel relied on holograms. A few years later, the Masterpieces line brought high-end trading cards to the entertainment side of the hobby. Nearly all Marvel products now are highlighted by sketch cards.

1976 Marvel Super Hero Stickers

1976 Marvel Super Heroes Stickers trading cards, made by Topps, offer a lighter look at the era's iconic heroes and villains -- complete with puns and one-liners.

2006 Rittenhouse Complete Avengers Trading Cards

2006 Rittenhouse Complete Avengers marks the first time the comic super-team received its own dedicated set of trading cards. Highlights include Stan Lee sketch cards and plenty of full-color sketch cards.

1991 Comic Images Incredible Hulk Trading Cards

Bruce Banner and the many forms of his alter ego, the Hulk, have been featured in a handful of card sets of the years....

1995 Fleer Marvel Metal Trading Cards

1995 Fleer Marvel Metal trading cards are some of the boldest cards to ever emerge from the comic universe.

1996 Fleer/SkyBox Marvel DC Amalgam Trading Cards

1996 Fleer/SkyBox Marvel DC Amalgam trading cards present a look at the characters and battles created by the combined Marvel and DC Universes.

2001 Topps Marvel Legends Trading Cards

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.

1997 Fleer/SkyBox X-Men 2099: Oasis Trading Cards

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/SkyBox DC Versus Marvel Trading Cards

1995 Fleer/SkyBox DC Versus Marvel pits the characters of both comic worlds against each other. Highlights include extremely rare lenticular Mirage inserts.

Marvel Beginnings X-Men Die-Cut Cards Gallery

Get a history of the X-Men with this 45-card insert set from Upper Deck's first Marvel Beginnings release.

1996 Fleer/SkyBox Marvel Ultra Onslaught Trading Cards

1996 Fleer/SkyBox Marvel Ultra Onslaught trading cards tackle the massive story that led to several changes in the Marvel Universe, particularly within the X-Men. The set includes high-quality base cards and several inserts.

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