June 20, 2016, 04:08 PMFRANK AMICO
Anyone else upset that companies are more inclined to produce dog tag, wrist bands, erasers and anything else but cards for new movies? I guess the markup and profit are much more with these and the design factor is much less. Someone must be buying these but it's not me. Amazed that Topps has yet to come out with a storage binder for dog tags-OR HAVE THEY???
June 20, 2016, 07:06 PMRaven
The dog tags are especially annoying, but you have to watch for junk even among the junk.
A lot of this stuff is unlicensed and can be picked up in 99 cent stores. It may even be hazardous to young kids.
Of the licensed stuff, I don't know what, if anything, is considered collectible. I have enough trouble sorting out the cards.
June 21, 2016, 12:36 PMRevJay
even the licensed stuff shows up after awhile for 99 cents. How do you think I got Angry Birds, Frozen, Nightmare Before Christmas, Battleship, Hobbit, Jurassic World...to mention a few. But its more the stickers I go for.
September 30, 2016, 02:18 PM<<<<ALDO_NOVA>>>>
It's all cheap stuff they can get made in china, stuffed into a big shipping container, then put it on a ship and ship it to them at real cheap prices! Like the stuff you get for movie premieres now, at different restaurants promoting it, cheap and junky!