Oh my God !! 29 autograph cards !! It's unbelievable !!
There're great ( Jim Beaver, Genevieve Padalecki, Mark Sheppard, Julie McNiven, Lindsey McKeon, Sebastian Roché, Richard Speight Jr, Rachel Minner, Jessica Heafey are my favorites ) but it will be very difficult to have a maximum.
Personally, It misses one important : Misha Collins (Castiel).
But I can't wait for the release of the collection !
____________________ Sandra, French collector fan !!
Posts: 124 | Location: Bordeaux, France | Registered: December 19, 2011
Wowser that is a big lineup. Looking forward to Christopher Heyerdahl, Amy Gumenick, Matt Cohen, Mark Sheppard and Genevieve Padalecki. Good thing I paid for a bunch of this before I lost my job. Can't wait!
I think it would depend on the price of the binder. If it is fairly cheap, than the card is just a plus. If it is the same price as other binders that have an exclusive autograph card, than it's not right.
I don't care for exclusive binder autograph cards simply because I don't buy binders.
Posts: 8263 | Location: New York | Registered: November 20, 2007
I'm kidding, it might work out cheaper and with less waste for those who are only interested in the autographs, but pretty sure just buying the cards individually would be the better option for those with that mindset anyway so I don't see it affecting things much unless there are other negatives I'm (probably) overlooking. (Though I suspect it might be easier to flip spare binders than extra base sets.) If there were significantly less autographs in the set, say about 12, it might be a bit more effective for frugal autograph collectors but 30 is a fairly large amount and they are 1:14 in boxes at least.
Honestly have no idea how much binders retail for - I haven't bought one for a decade now and don't spend a lot of time on dealers' sites. Two for the same cost of a box?This message has been edited. Last edited by: rwn410,
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