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The 2002 Topps Star Wars: Attack of the Clones Widevision checklist features some big names who haven't signed elsewhere. Frank Oz and Joel Edgerton are among them.
The 2004 Topps Star Wars Heritage Autographs checklist is small but it includes three of the biggest names from the original trilogy: Luke Skywalker, Carrie Fisher and James Earl Jones.
2004 Topps Star Wars Heritage trading cards take a retro approach to all six original trilogy and prequel films. This is the first set to include sketch cards from the films.
2009 Topps Star Wars Clone Wars Widevision delves into the show's first season with an over-sized format. Inserts include autographs from voice actors and sketch cards.
2007 Topps Star Wars 30th Anniversary is one of the franchise's strongest sets of trading cards ever. Bolstered by a strong autograph lineup, it also has several other popular insert sets.
2012 Topps Star Wars Galaxy 7 wraps up the line's second run. The art focus goes beyond the base set and into the inserts as well. Sketch Cards are the main chase element.
2005 Topps Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith Widevision trading cards wrap up the prequel trilogy in the over-sized format. Samuel L. Jackson is among the set's signers.
2011 Topps Star Wars Galaxy 6 is the third in the line since it was rebooted. While sketch cards are promised one per hobby box, many came with multiple. The set also includes signed Sketchagraph cards.
1993-95 Just Toys Star Wars Bend-Ems trading cards came packaged with figures. Variations on Star Wars Galaxy cards, they have remained popular over the years.
Based on the animated shorts collection by Genndy Tartakovsky, 2004 Topps Star Wars Clone Wars trading cards are significant for having the first sketch cards in franchise history.