First Buzz: 2017 Historic Autographs Fame & Photo Edition

What: 2017 Historic Autographs Fame & Photo Edition
Arrives: Oct. 25
Box basics: One autographed 8-by-10 photo per pack (20 packs per case)

What’s buzz-worthy: Historic Autographs takes to Hollywood with this release that includes big names from Hollywood — you know, ones found in the tabloids and elsewhere.

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Kill Bill gets pair of tribute pieces from Upper Deck Gallery

kill-bill-grindhouse-variant-print-85843The Upper Deck Gallery‘s latest release features one of the more iconic films of recent years with two versions for collectors to choose from.

This time, the film is Kill Bill and a pair of prints by artist Krista Timberlake are the latest creation from the company in a series of pieces featuring past films and comic book characters.

“I’ve always been a great admirer of Quentin Tarantino‘s films, and Kill Bill Vol. 1 is way up there on my list of favorites,” Timberlake said. “The film has a ton of tough chicks with complex character development, fabulous one-liners, hysterically funny and cringe-worthy gratuitous violence bits, the best-choreographed fight scenes ever and a stellar soundtrack.”

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Pulp Fiction gets Upper Deck Gallery treatment with two new prints

pulp-fiction-standard-printThe Upper Deck Gallery‘s latest offering includes some of the most-iconic characters in recent film history as part of a montage print for a film that would carry the same gravitas.

The film is Pulp Fiction and a pair of prints by artist Dave Perillo are the latest creation from the company in a series of pieces featuring past films and comic book characters.

“I was super excited for the opportunity to work on this project for the Upper Deck Gallery, especially since Pulp Fiction is one of my all-time favorite movies,” Perillo said. “It is such a fantastic story filled with so many unique characters. I love how the movie has a retro quality to it without really specifying when it takes place. My goal was to translate that into the print, hopefully doing it justice.”

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