Happy Days star Erin Moran — aka Joanie Cunningham — died on Saturday leaving behind plenty of questions as part of a mysterious tale of what went wrong in her years away from Hollywood. She was 56.
Unlike many TV stars from the past, she signed plenty of autographs for card companies that collectors can find perhaps more easily in than some of her regular cardboard and it all came in the last decade of cardboard that saw a boom in non-sports releases.
Do you like Buzz Breaks? Today’s your day then as we launch 12 in 12 — a series of a dozen breaks of past wax boxes and wax packs in a dozen hours. We’ll post one every hour on the hour all day long today … this is Hour 2.
The box: 2008 Razor Signature Series
The cost now: Click here (on sale!)
What’s inside this one? Keep reading …
He was a comedian known for his witty remarks and scathing humor with countless Hollywood credits since the 1950s.
Despite all those years in entertainment, you won’t find too many certified autograph cards for Don Rickles, who died of kidney failure today at 90 years old.
Stanford’s Christian McCaffrey picked up The Associated Press College Football Player of the Year nod on Tuesday, becoming the first non-Heisman Trophy winner since 2009 to win the award.
But if you want his first football cards? Well, you’ll have to do some digging — because six years ago was the same year he made his debut on cardboard.
With the Chicago Cubs trying to make a World Series run, the memorable scene from Back to the Future Part II where the team wins the World Series has been on some sports fans’ minds.
Naturally, with today — Oct. 21, 2015 — being the day that Marty McFly arrives in the future there’s even more mainstream media attention with segments and clips about then and now and, of course, the Cubs.
But, if you’re a collector of the stars of the film and want autographs of the film’s top names? You’ll need a DeLorean with a Flux Capacitor.