I suggest checking ebay. I see on there now. Wondering why you particularly need Scott's.
I have most of the cast on my custom cards. Scott is the one I am missing.
I have yet to do the custom card thing, besides having a friend make up images for one show. Hope to have time and money to pursue it more next year.
I've met many of the actors so far, and will met a few more early next year. Scott and two others are high on my wish list, because I need their signatures on my X-Files sheet (something that I don't dare mail, and besides, it's fun to meet the actors).
Posts: 1619 | Location: Oregon | Registered: August 25, 2004
Hi guys. Now that some of You have received the WDS2 cards in hand, how do You like them? Are the wardrobes fantastic and what do You think about the autos? Basically I´m asking how do the cards look like in person.
Posts: 188 | Location: Finland | Registered: November 03, 2011
I like this years base set a lot, but find it odd that they left out some important characters again this year.
Otis, Patrica, Beth, Jimmy, and Randal. They should have made it at least into the base set.
Another thing I don't like about the set is those puzzle cards, a waste of an insert, they should have made more character bios. Puzzles should only come into play if there is a sticker insert set, even then I don't care for it, but at least it makes more sense.
Don't care for the Shadow Box Walkers either, they do look good, but I hardly recognize any of them. Would have worked better if they had used walkers that were more memorable. Or better yet, made the main cast into Shadow Box cards, and not done any walkers.
One other thing that irks me is the use of non show images for some of the sketch cards. Mainly this involves the walkers that some artists used friends as models to make.
I don't mean to step on anyone's toes, or offend anyone, those are just my opinions.
I do like the set as a whole, the base set, the character bios, the autos, and the wardrobes are great. Even the walkers in the wardrobe set are awesome with so many different swatches to collect.
Collation was also great, and the quality control is second to none. I have only found like 3 damaged cards out of 13 boxes.
Posts: 147 | Location: NC | Registered: October 12, 2011
Buyer beware, just looked at several ebay auctions for the retail packs none stated the odds but implyed you could get an auto or costume card. I guess it's possible but the stated odda are 1/2000 for either or 1/1000 total. Packs are blister packed which is good as it cuts down on any cherry-picking.
Posts: 457 | Location: Raleigh | Registered: April 21, 2012
Walker costume cards are the equivalent of getting an extra's autograph. I don't mind them as a hit, I just wish that they were not in every box. It would have been nice to pull two recognizable cast members.This message has been edited. Last edited by: Raven,
Posts: 9493 | Location: New York | Registered: November 20, 2007