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I received a release today saying that Cryptozoic acquired the card and binder license for Downton Abbey.

No further details or timelines for sets was given.

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My daughter just became a card collector.
 
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May have to get in on this. Smile
 
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Cryptozoic is going to break me just on buying DVD sets to find out what the hubub is all about. And before anyone suggests it, Netflix is not an option here in satellite internet land. Shake Head

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Amazing News!!!!!!!
I'm doing a happy dance about this one Big Grin Elephant Clap
 
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This will bring alot of new blood into the hobby.this show is huge in the U.K.My partner hates my card hobby but this even has her interested.

I think this will go the same way as The Walking Dead.these will double if not triple upon release!just mark my words!
 
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Great! My wife loves this show. This will make easier to by my cards if she has an interest to.
 
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If anyone had told me that there would be a non-sports release for Downton Abbey i would have fallen about laughing on the floor.

Now that somebody is actually going to do it i will be very intrested to see how it goes.

Good luck with it. Thumb Up

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Hopefully this opens the door for a Who set...
 
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A Doctor Who set would be amazing, but I thought, I could be completely wrong here, that it was the BBC that isn't interested in doing a set.

I don't think Downton has anything to do with the BBC, it is ITV that makes this show.

This set has me extremely interested, forget OUAT and Revenge (I'll pick up a few autos from each set), this is the show I will be collecting Big Grin

It is so refreshing to see something completely different being done for our hobby, Wolfie is right, when I suggested a Downton set everyone said it wasn't the right kind of license and not the right kind of people who watch would be interested in collecting. Funny now everyone is saying that it might bring fresh blood to card collecting. I'm so glad Cryptozoic didn't listen to them.
 
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Wolfie is right



We need more posts like this. Big Grin

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Wolfie is right



We need more posts like this. Big Grin

Big Grin Razz Big Grin

But it's true, it will be interesting to see how well it does, considering it's not the usual genre for a card set.
 
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Oh yes i am very intrested to see how this does. It is totally not the sort of programme that would ever have a card set.

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Cryptozoic is going to break me just on buying DVD sets to find out what the hubub is all about. And before anyone suggests it, Netflix is not an option here in satellite internet land. Shake Head

Ed


If you have a public library near you they might have that this in their DVD collection. My library has a pretty good selection of DVD surprisingly.

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Cryptozoic is going to break me just on buying DVD sets to find out what the hubub is all about. And before anyone suggests it, Netflix is not an option here in satellite internet land. Shake Head

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If you have a public library near you they might have that this in their DVD collection. My library has a pretty good selection of DVD surprisingly.


Great suggestion Lovemesomecards! I know my local library has alot of tv shows these days. If they don't have it Ed, do you have any local movie rental places close by? the few around me carry alot of tv shows as well, it's not free like the library, but still alot cheaper than buying the DVD sets.
 
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Small town of 7000, lucky to have the library for books. Last time I was there they only had VHS movies in the multi-media section.

One movie rental option in town too. Might check to see what they have for TV. Haven't been there in AGES.

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of all the bbc shows ever made why pick downton abbey. Why not sherlock or something else.

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of all the bbc shows ever made why pick downton abbey. Why not sherlock or something else.
That probably has a lot to do with the fact that Downton Abbey isn't a BBC show Big Grin
 
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Far out, another show that I want to collect! For a couple of years there's been hardly anything, now I've got OUAT, Grimm and DA, im gonna be broke and drowning in cards.
 
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Hi Ed,

Try Season 1 on Redbox or Netflix.

Season 2 is on Amazon but not yet on Netflix.

Season 3 is done in the UK but is on PBS now which allows viewing of previous episodes for that Season.

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Small town of 7000, lucky to have the library for books. Last time I was there they only had VHS movies in the multi-media section.

One movie rental option in town too. Might check to see what they have for TV. Haven't been there in AGES.

Ed
 
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