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over the last couple of days I have had the chance to peruse a lot of the posts that are on this forum. i have two or three questions arising from these posts i will ask them all on this post with the date and member who posted it 1 May3 2011 wolfie regarding CD or DVD inserted cards you mention a Scorpion King CD inserted set how can this set be identified

David R In a rarer card item you say you have a Lost in Space SP1 could you describe this card please

April 15 2011 Btlfannz (closer to home) You post that you have approx a list of 200 Buffy Promo Cards Is there any way that you or any member can get a list of all the Buffy Inkworks Promo cards onto this forum or would it be too hard I am willing to assist in this effort as i have 199 buffy inkworks promos i consider box case and incentive cards as promos Not included are the buffy Fan Club or Johnny Lightning cards i do not consider these as Inkworks issued
If any one can help me with these Questions I would be grateful
Merry Xmas to all forum members
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I have a Scorpion King card that has the BEST BUY logo on the back, from Inkworks, but I don't remember if it's from a CD or a DVD.
 
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I think that the BB card was from a Book store it is one card that I need but it is quiet expensive although it sometimes comes up on the bay
 
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Sure, look at this website and you can see the Lost in Space SP1. Towards the bottom.

It depicts Dr. Smith and Will Robinson

http://www.nonsportpromocards.com/L/lostinspace.htm
 
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There were several harder to find Scorpion King cards. Not sure which ones you mean.

Inkworks had a BB-1 in the Best Buy CDs. There was also UMJ-1 in the CDs, only released in Japan

This wasn't by Inkworks, but there was a bronze Scorpion King card (very nice looking) in the DVDs exclusive to K-Mart
 
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I have all of those SCORPION KING cards. I will be happy to post a picture of them if you want.
 
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Here is what the Bronze Card looks like

I guess I can post the link, as the card is not for sale

https://www.amazon.com/2002-Ro...-Promo/dp/B00PBH15O2
 
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I have all of those SCORPION KING cards. I will be happy to post a picture of them if you want.


I thought that the BB card was from a book store but it must be the one that Wolfie was referring too if it was from a Cd I have pictures of them thank you
 
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Sure, look at this website and you can see the Lost in Space SP1. Towards the bottom.

It depicts Dr. Smith and Will Robinson

http://www.nonsportpromocards.com/L/lostinspace.htm


Thank you David now I remember seeing this card somewere for sale on the bay but did not realise that it was an inkworks issue as i did not have it on my list oh well it will surface somewere nice Scorpion King bronze card pity it is not Inkworks
 
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I recall finding the Lost in Space SP1 at the Philly show along with Inkworks' unreleased Dr. Who promos. I think the SP1 was also unreleased
 
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I have a question - does anyone know how many Halle Berry unsigned autograph cards there exist from the Inkworks CATWOMAN set? And how scarce are they?

They were running the movie on a local channel here, and even with the sound off it's such a horribly bad movie. But it made me curious about the never used autograph card.
 
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I have a question - does anyone know how many Halle Berry unsigned autograph cards there exist from the Inkworks CATWOMAN set? And how scarce are they?


They must be scarce because they don't turn up, but I doubt anyone could give you a number.

Berry also had her X-Men unsigned Storm card get out, but I think there was reported to be only a few of them. There was at least a couple that hit eBay many years ago at big prices, but X-Men has a huge following and Catwoman was unwatchable, so not sure how much anyone cares.

For years Berry was consistently voted as one of the worst signers to try to obtain in any manner. Funny how card makers kept creating and apparently misplacing her unsigned autograph cards when there was virtually no chance they could contract her for a signing during this period.

It wasn't until 2012 that her first Bond autograph card was released, with 3 more to come in 2014, 2015 and 2017.
 
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wolfie regarding CD or DVD inserted cards you mention a Scorpion King CD inserted



The Scorpion King card was a japanese exclusive and is numbered UMJ-1, it was inserted in the cd soundtrack put out over there. I got mine by getting in touch with someone in Japan and sending them out to buy it and send me the card. I did not know the person and have never been in contact since, funny how some of these things happen in the hobby.

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Thanks Raven!
 
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I have a question.

Neil Hamilton played Commissioner Gordon in the 1960s Batman TV series. Are there any cards featuring him in this role (I know of much older cards for him -- 1920s and 1930s)?
 
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I believe he’s pictured on several cards in the Topps Bat Laffs set (photos from the ‘66 Batman movie).
 
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I have a question - does anyone know how many Halle Berry unsigned autograph cards there exist from the Inkworks CATWOMAN set? And how scarce are they?

They were running the movie on a local channel here, and even with the sound off it's such a horribly bad movie. But it made me curious about the never used autograph card.
 
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regarding the Halle Berry signature cards i have never heard of these but I know that there were two types of redemption cards made for them one card had 7 signers on it including Halle Berry and the other card had 6 signers without Halle Berrys name on it I have seen the Halle Berry redemption card advertised for sale as unmarked unissued wich means that the signers name that you were supposed to get from the redemption card has not been marked on the card and seems to lead to the idea that signature cards were pack inserted mabey it is the unissued signature card that you are referring too or do you know for sure that there were unsigned Halle Berry autograph cards available But have never heard of a Halle Berry Catwoman unsigned signature card
 
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Here is my Halle Berry unsigned autograph card. I have a lot of the redemption cards, but none of them has Halle Berry's name on it, that is a new one to me.


 
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I understood that there were redemption cards listing the 6 signers inserted in packs with each card marked to show which autograph you could redeem it for. I assume there could be unmarked versions of these, because when they were printed, they didn't know how many they were going to need and ended up with some extra ones after they had all the autographs they were going to get.

I also assume they were hopeful in the early stages of the project that Berry would sign so they printed up the cards with the 7 signers and the autograph cards. Once it became clear that she wasn't going to sign, all those cards stayed in a box somewhere - perhaps forgotten at some point. By then they had nailed down the other 6 signers and printed up the 6 signer redemption cards because they didn't want customers to think there was a chance of getting a Halle Berry autograph.

I saw at least one of the unsigned autograph cards 2-3 years ago. The seller wanted way too much for it ($80-100?). Maybe someone else remembers the auction better. I have had a few other unsigned autograph cards but bought in the $3-10 range. To me unreleased cards are close enough to the territory of a prototype that I might go for one if it's cheap.



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regarding the Halle Berry signature cards i have never heard of these but I know that there were two types of redemption cards made for them one card had 7 signers on it including Halle Berry and the other card had 6 signers without Halle Berrys name on it I have seen the Halle Berry redemption card advertised for sale as unmarked unissued wich means that the signers name that you were supposed to get from the redemption card has not been marked on the card and seems to lead to the idea that signature cards were pack inserted mabey it is the unissued signature card that you are referring too or do you know for sure that there were unsigned Halle Berry autograph cards available But have never heard of a Halle Berry Catwoman unsigned signature card
 
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