A strong rookie class and a popular brand are spelling sales for dealers. What’s inside our buster’s box?
Our box buster is sorting out the packs, minis and masters that make up 2011 Topps Finest Baseball, back for yet another year.
Upper Deck’s super premium hockey cards are generating plenty of sales with six-card boxes pushing past $450 each.
Kobe Bryant puts his John Hancock on some Panini prizes.
In The Game is back with series two of its all hits baseball product, dipping into the draft with an eye on the past.
A look at the 2011 Topps Allen & Ginter baseball via the retail blaster box.
Card shops have been going through plenty of one of the year’s most anticipated products. What did our box buster get?
Topps tries to pack a punch into its latest MMA release.
The postal service says it’s looking out for future you.
A Florida couple is accused of pulling a boatload of UPC switcheroos on various types of sports card boxes.
The long-awaited 2011 Topps Heritage harkens back to 1962. We grabbed an 8-pack box to get a quick peek at what collectors can expect–and got a nice bonus for the effort.
Topps hopes you’ll see its Supreme football brand as having quality rather than quantity.
Topps will offer buyers of its 2011 hobby and jumbo boxes some packs from a special wrapper redemption set.
You’ll need a copy of Baseball America to figure out who some of them are, but collectors still seem to have the jones for Bowman Draft Picks and Prospects.
How do those big sheets of trading cards become boxes of packs? Take a look.
Topps 2010 football is a lot like its baseball effort…but that’s not a bad thing.
A small piece of a man who died too young lives on in a couple of old shoeboxes full of cards that connects him to a fellow fan.
Our box buster eagerly rips open what’s shaping up to be the year’s hottest baseball card product.
Topps’ National Chicle baseball promises at least two signed cards per box.