He's returning to acting apparently, but he specifically said he wouldn't be appearing or even making a cameo in the new movie, so seems unlikely that he would sign for a Ghostbusters card set, either.
That said, I'd love a signed card from him. His work on SCTV is legendary, and even though he's not a singer, he made a great Seymour in "Little Shop of Horrors".
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I wouldn't count out a Moranis. He just said that he would not want to return for the new one if the material wasn't there. He doesn't see to hold any ill will towards the franchise. He semi retired from acting when his wife passed away to raise their children. They are now grown up and I look forward to seeing him back at the movies.
According to Cryptozoic's site autograph odds are 1:30 packs and sketches are also 1:30 packs. That averages out to 9.6 of each per case. Not the best news if you're more into the autographs but fantastic news for sketch collectors.
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Originally posted by Logan: According to Cryptozoic's site autograph odds are 1:30 packs and sketches are also 1:30 packs. That averages out to 9.6 of each per case. Not the best news if you're more into the autographs but fantastic news for sketch collectors.
That would depend on the quality of the average sketch you pull. You know who are the common autographs by the checklist, but common sketch quality is something you don't find out until the boxes get opened.
All sketches displayed before release in big titles are always the best ones in packs and sometimes they turn out to be APs and ARs. You need a product like what the Pernas put out before you can rely on a sketch to carry the box in MHO.
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