Topps release Star Wars The Last Jedi trading cards

By Alex Wiggan If you read the Honcho-SFX blog earlier today, you would have seen news that Royal Mail are shortly set to release a collection of Star Wars themed stamps, to coincide with the cinematic release of The Last Jedi. Whoop! If you’re reading the blog now (and one can only presume you are) you are about to read … Continue reading

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Unboxing Topps’ Series One Batman 1989 movie trading cards

By Alex Wiggan Yesterday, we presented a round-up of this weekend’s Barry Potter toy fair. And what a great fair it was. During our discussion we mentioned we’d be uploading a couple of follow-up posts about some of the goodies we picked up at the fair. This post highlights one such goodie which we think you might be interested in: … Continue reading

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Star Wars Week: How good are Topps Star Wars trading cards?

By Alex Wiggan And so we come to this, the final day of Star Wars Week number two on the Honcho-SFX blog. Have you all had fun? More importantly, are you even more excited about the release of The Force Awakens than you were before? Well, if the answer to both questions is yes then you might want to cast … Continue reading

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Garbage Pail Kids turn 30: Five facts

By Alex Wiggan Produced by the Topps Company Inc and released in 1985, Garbage Pail Kids was a series of trading cards designed as a (not so) subtle parody of the extremely popular Cabbage Patch Kids. The cards – which doubled as stickers – featured a range of imaginative and often disgusting characters all designed to appeal to a child-like … Continue reading

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