Panini will ride the Prizm horse into baseball with a “2012” release coming in about two months.
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2013 Topps Finest Baseball marks 20 years since the product’s debut but Chris Harris says the upcoming issue looks more 21st century than 20th.
With fingers crossed that this year’s prospects are better than advertised, Topps reveals info on 2013 Bowman Chrome Baseball, due out later this year.
Die-Cuts, Red Hot Rookies, and more 1972 Topps designs will join the usual elements in 2013 Topps Chrome Baseball, set for release in late summer.
No Stephen Strasburg or Bryce Harper to await, but it’s full steam ahead for 2013 Bowman Platinum, which remains a relative newcomer.
Social media and blogs were reacting to the death of Upper Deck co-founder Richard McWilliam.
2013 Topps Archives will offer a hybrid mix of old sports card designs, some blasts from the past on autograph cards–and Chris Harris hopes– no super short prints.
Topps promises some spectacular autographed cards inside its 2012 Five Star Baseball brand but packs will set you back a pretty penny. Topps tweets out some of the big hits.
It’s still six months from release but Topps has provided a glimpse of what collectors will see when 2013 Bowman Baseball hits store shelves.
Back for its second year, 2013 Topps Museum Collection will again be a high-end release, but this time Japanese collectors will get their own production run.
The preview of 2013 Topps Heritage Baseball is out but the gimmicks are starting to get in the way of the ode to the originals according to Chris Harris.
by Chris Harris Football card collectors, it’s that time again. Time to smash up your piggy banks, cash in those Savings Bonds, sell the spare kidney, and call up your “connection” with the Colombian cartel – the sell sheets for 2012 Topps Five Star Football are out, and you’re going to need some big bucks […]
In the last of a 5-part series on the card sets of the 90s, Chris Harris offers his choices for the most forgettable issues thrust upon the hobby.
Living up to the hype was an impossible task for five 1990s newcomers who were once the hobby’s hottest rookie cards.
After making it a boxed set only website exclusive last season, 2012 Topps Magic Football will return to hobby shops via packs this year.
The MMA trading cards bar has been raised with the arrival of 2012 Topps UFC Bloodlines, a higher end product set for release this fall.
In the third of a series looking back at the 1990s, Chris Harris zeroes in on some rookie cards of future Hall of Famers that sometimes get overlooked.
Topps is saying no to relics and yes to more autographs in its 2012 Bowman Sterling baseball product, due out in time for Christmas.
Ah, the 90s. Most all sports cards were now shiny which made standing out in a crowd kind of difficult and led to some unfortunate card company brainstorms.