A former employee is trying to put the hammer down on Topps, saying it’s his picture on the 2011 Triple Threads John Henry card–but he was fired before it was released and would have never approved being pictured as the mythical former slave.
Busting a big box of 2011 Topps Triple Threads football.
It’s a commitment with the potential for a big payoff…or not. Here’s what our box buster found inside the 2011 Topps Triple Threads Baseball master box.
Topps Triple Threads arrives and collectors can’t seem to rip boxes open fast enough.
Panini Threads goes horizontal for its 2011 football issue. We get a look at what the hobby boxes offer while opening the less expensive blaster.
Panini’s 2011 Threads football product is back with Autographed Rookie Class Nameplates and Pro Gridiron Kings insert cards.
Football is back and so is Triple Threads. We’ve not preview images and more.
One rookie card, autograph card and memorabilia card should be in every pack, on average.
Pete Rose may not be in the Hall of Fame, but collectors treat him that way.
Get a look at some of the top cards that will be lurking in this year’s upcoming Topps Triple Threads boxes.
Underrated or overrated? We grab a box of Panini Threads to see what the fuss is about.
Our box buster tackles a fresh box of Triple Threads football.
Panini is bringing the hardwood to its next basketball card product.
A Massachusetts collector snared a big catch from 2009 Topps Triple Threads baseball while buying packs at his local card shop.
There’s a mix of old school and new stars in Panini’s latest basketball card effort.
Topps’ latest high-end product hits the shelves.
Autographs, die-cuts and the usual letterman patches are part of the attraction with Upper Deck’s latest football release.
Players will sign jersey lettering for use as inserts in ’06 Donruss football. Chris Fuamatu-Ma’afala had nightmares about having to do this.