If you hadn’t noticed, there are a number of boxes with discounted prices now over on the mothership as BlowoutCards.com’s Black November Wave 10 hits today.
Many of the discounts were dramatic enough that Buzz had to sit down and ponder the possibilities in many of the boxes and cases — and here are five boxes that caught this collector’s eye.
2013 Panini Beach Boys hobby box
This box is admittedly probably off the radar of many collectors but that doesn’t mean that it can’t deliver. In fact, these can deliver well if you pull the right ink. This Brian Wilson card here? It sold for more than you might think and he’s not alone when it comes to autos in there that have topped the $100 mark. Like the Panini Country release, there are non-traditional collectors chasing cards here to build sets or chase stuff they like with no regard for what something “should” cost based on what it is or its scarcity. Meanwhile, they may not know where to buy boxes — or not want to. Those things can lead to some surprising results — and that’s not the only surprise. Check out the price on this box.
Topps‘ first card set for one of TV’s biggest shows is here.
The 2016 Topps The Walking Dead Season 5 trading cards have arrived and there are two hits in every single hobby box with some of the big names in tow and others still to come in future releases.
A sampling of that can be seen in our gallery.
Topps‘ turn to take a walk is almost here.
The release of 2016 Topps The Walking Dead Season 5 trading cards comes on Wednesday with the first release for Topps as a new licensee for the hit TV show being one that includes on-card autos and some big names from the show.
But not all of them, leaving something more for forthcoming releases that will be higher-end.
What: 2016 Topps The Walking Dead Season 5 trading cards
Arrives: Oct. 5
Box basics: Two hits per 24-pack box (eight boxes per case)
What’s buzz-worthy: Topps’ debut line for The Walking Dead picks up where Cryptozoic left off with a hobby-only release jam-packed with base cards, parallels, hits and, of course, some gore.