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Any idea as to who this artist is?
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Any idea as to who this artist is?
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Suddenly I noticed these unidentified sketches of Frankenstein in my collection. They're from Crypto's first DC release. Only one has been signed. No signature anywhere to be found on the profile sketch. Still, the art styles seems specific enough for me to hope that someone here may tell me who drew these.
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Can someone please tell me what card this is from? I've tried scanning it but it's a holo and doesn't scan well.
Anyway, it's a Disney card from Skybox. It's a double sided hologram of Goofy. The card is not numbered and has no year on it.
What year is it and what set does it belong to?
Thanks for any help.

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Can someone please tell me what card this is from? I've tried scanning it but it's a holo and doesn't scan well.
Anyway, it's a Disney card from Skybox. It's a double sided hologram of Goofy. The card is not numbered and has no year on it.
What year is it and what set does it belong to?
Thanks for any help.


Does it say "Get Goofy"? If so, then it is from the Disney Collector Cards Series 2 set.

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And the year was 1992.
 
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Yep, dat's da puppy. Thank you. Now that I know where to look I see that there was two of them. Who's on the second one??

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There were three: Get Goofy, Mickey and the Beanstalk, and Plane Crazy. This link to a completed auction shows all three front-and-back.
 
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I just ran across this group of posts about "Big Shew" cards. I'd like to see them too. They aren't listed in the Almanac. Did you learn more about them?

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I received the packs here at the office and I've opened them. I will provide scans of the entire set if anyone is interested in seeing what's in them.
 
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The 3rd one is Hamilton Cline
 
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I've recently purchased a 1-50 set of Upper Deck Agents of Shield cards that, from the seller, is described as "Color Wheel" cards. These are parallels of the first 50 cards. As I've bought 4 boxes and haven't pulled one, I was wondering if they were an exclusive for the retail market. Can anyone shed some light on these and the pulled odds, please?
 
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I've recently purchased a 1-50 set of Upper Deck Agents of Shield cards that, from the seller, is described as "Color Wheel" cards. These are parallels of the first 50 cards. As I've bought 4 boxes and haven't pulled one, I was wondering if they were an exclusive for the retail market. Can anyone shed some light on these and the pulled odds, please?


Color Wheel are epack cards. When you open packs on epack you can combine cards to make exclusive parallels or collect an entire set of something to get special cards.

Haven't bought on epack since 2016 MM but I would guess if you combined 10 base cards you got a color wheel version of that card.
 
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Originally posted by Graham:
I've recently purchased a 1-50 set of Upper Deck Agents of Shield cards that, from the seller, is described as "Color Wheel" cards. These are parallels of the first 50 cards. As I've bought 4 boxes and haven't pulled one, I was wondering if they were an exclusive for the retail market. Can anyone shed some light on these and the pulled odds, please?


Color Wheel are epack cards. When you open packs on epack you can combine cards to make exclusive parallels or collect an entire set of something to get special cards.

Haven't bought on epack since 2016 MM but I would guess if you combined 10 base cards you got a color wheel version of that card.


Thank you. I wondered how the seller had multiple sets. They are a good addition to the product.
 
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