Coming in at #5 it's a tie and the only Panini products to make the list
Score Football and Hockey. Why you ask is a $1.00 a pack products on the list? Because you could get hits like this....
|I'm numbered to 10!!!|
#4 My other Hockey obsession. UD Champs Hockey.
the need list.
And speaking of dinosaurs that leads us into #3
#2 I'm not sure if I can count this as this year or not or if it came out just after New Years but since I won't remember it for next years top 5 I'm going to put it here.
Topps Magic football. And it's even better this year. With UD grabbing the NCAA license Topps couldn't use college uni's this year. So we get our favorite stars in their pro uniforms. Plus the art work for the cards is great. I don't care how they did it, photoshop or whatever. They look great, plus mini's!! I got insanely lucky and pulled an auto out of the first pack I picked up and ripped. I promised myself I was going to be good and not buy anymore boxes till Series 1 comes out next month but it's so freaking tempting and I'd love to put this set together. Maybe if box prices fall a few more bucks I might have to take the plunge.
And my #1 favorite set is....
Yep the product that probably should have just been called Stadium Club.
I mean come on these cards are beautiful, the design great, and the hits can be awesome.
A great full bleed photo the name, team logo, and topps logo don't interfere at all. And the photos are kick ass.
One of my first packs I pulled this..
I would love put a set of this together but it's way too pricey for me to try. There is the option of putting a retail set together as it considerably cheaper, but retail cards are printed on thinner card stock.
I was thinking of doing a worst card sets of the year but I think that would be dominated by Panini.
Lets hear what your top 5 or 1 favorite card products of the year were.