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Marvel 70th Anniversary trading cards

posted May 6, 2010, 10:15 AM by Vu Sleeper   [ updated May 6, 2010, 10:49 AM ]
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MARVEL 70TH ANNIVERSARY TRADING CARD #61 (2010)

MARVEL 70TH ANNIVERSARY TRADING CARD #61 (Metallic Ink) (2010)
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Released On:
04.14.2010

SRP Box $84.00

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Come celebrate 70 years of history from today's top comic book publisher, Marvel Entertainment, with Rittenhouse Archives Marvel 70th Anniversary trading cards! Marvel 70th Anniversary trading cards will cover and spotlight some of the major storylines in the Marvel Universe over the past 70 years. From the Golden Age through the Silver and Bronze ages into today's Modern age of comics!

Each box of this set will feature 1 hand-drawn, color sketch card. 99 different artists in all! Collectors can expect to find sketch cards from some of their favorite Marvel characters, from Ant-Man to Yellow Jacket and everyone in between! Below is a list of artists who have agreed to participate in this trading card set so far.

Rounding out the chase cards are several exciting sets including :

• 72-Card Metalic Ink parallel set (1:3 packs)
• 9 Original Heroes Cards - Spotlighting some of Marvel Comics' first Super Heroes!
• 9 Die-cut Cards - Featuring various Marvel characters in a classic retro style!
• 18 Retro Sticker Cards - Classic stickers just like the ones you remember!
• 6 "Clearly" Heroic - Acetate cards featuring your favorite Marvel Heroes!

For every 6 cases that you order you will receive an exclusive hand-drawn sketch card by Warren Martineck.
For every 9 cases that you order you will receive an exclusive hand-drawn sketch card by legendary artist Bob Layton.
For every 18 cases that you purchase you will receive a Marvel 70th Anniversary archive box. Each Archive Box will contain 30 sketch cards, all pack inserted chase sets, case topper set of 3 cards and a parallel base set.

Fans and collectors will also be able to store their collection in a custom designed collector's album which contains an exclusive promo card.
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