The second wave of high-end Topps WWE cards in the form of 2016 Topps WWE Undisputed doesn’t arrive for another week, but we’ve got a massive look at many of the cards found in the brand right here.
The company is also creating wall art for nearly all of the base cards and inserts in the product.
For those who began collecting in 1987, the latest Topps wall art line might bring back some memories.
The memorable wood-bordered design is the basis for the 2016 Topps 1987 Tribute series — a collection that consists of 120 large prints, 120 1/1 prints and 24 smaller sets.
Topps Fire is back.
The colorful and energetic release of last year is back on the same platforms — wall art and jumbo card sets — for this year as Topps unleashed 2016 Topps Fire Wednesday on Topps.com.
Fans of the first high-end set in WWE trading card history don’t have to wait any longer for a sequel.
Well, sort of.
Topps has revealed that a selection of base cards and inserts from 2015 Topps WWE Undisputed are now available as jumbo metal wall art.
They’ve been the reigning Rookie of the Year award-winners for less than 24 hours, but there are already six new collectibles noting their wins.
They are Kris Bryant and Carlos Correa — and they are the National League and American League winners who already have Topps prints commemorating their new-found status.
The WWE is getting super-sized when it comes to trading cards.
Topps is taking the Superstars, Legends and Divas found in 2015 Topps WWE and giving them the jumbo wall art treatment with pieces only available on Topps.com and four sets of 5-by-7 trading cards released by the company on Friday.
The season’s not yet over, but Topps has already updated one release that captured the attention of some collectors this year.
A second wave of prints for the 2015 Topps Fire print line, which features art by Tyson Beck, is in the works and already for sale on Topps.com with standard prints starting at $29.99 and rarer Gold prints starting at $99.99.