Fantasy-themed trading cards are nothing new, but trading card games weren’t really a thing until 1993. There were a few early outliers and TCG-like games, but some argue that the…
Want to know more about Far Out Dudes NFTs? You’ve landed on the right planet!
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What the heck is a virtual trading card? And why do you care?
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Three cheers for part five of an ongoing deep dive into the dark side of ’90s trading cards.
Jack Kirby was so prolific that even after his death, hundreds of innovative ideas were still being discovered, many of which were captured on trading cards.
What’s up with all of the softcore “modelling” trading cards of the 1990s? Part four of a dive into the dark side of trading cards.
Were the Rad Dudes really that rad? Or were they quickly-drawn knockoff Garbage Pail Kids? Welcome to the most ’90s trading card set you’ve ever seen.
Girls on cars pretty much defined late ’80s and early ’90s creepo boys’ bedroom poster. So why not trading cards?
Holographic pornography, direct from the 1990s. But to what ends?
When swimsuit models meet superheroes and Frederique, what happens? These trading cards.
Comics Futurestars showcased many artists who were destined to be future stars. Dan Lawlis is a star that actually happened.
Comic Futurestars gave aspiring and active artists an opportunity to show off their original characters on a larger scale. So, how many became actual comic stars?
Sookie, NO! Does a show like True Blood benefit from having trading cards?