Tag Archives: Spider-Man

Beckett TBT: 1996 Amalgam

  By Matt Bible | Beckett Non-Sports and Gaming Analyst Nearly 20 years ago, the writers and artists of both DC and Marvel came together to give comic book collectors something special: Amalgam Comics. The basic idea was to create a series of comic books that merged two characters, one each from the  Marvel and […]

Contest: Legendary Fear Itself

By Matt Bible | Beckett Non-Sports and Gaming Analyst The only thing we have to fear… Upper Deck‘s newest Marvel deck-building game is an expansion of the current Legendary series, which has included titles devoted to such franchises such as Guardians of the Galaxy and The Fantastic 4. However, Fear Itself follows the Marvel story […]

Your Oscar-winning autograph options are …

By Matt Bible | Beckett Non-Sports and Gaming Analyst | Commentary And the Oscar goes to… On Sunday, that phrase will be heard many times as Hollywood’s elite gather to honor those who have cranked out the best film performances of the year. Yes, it’s that time of year again as the  87th Academy Awards […]

Marvel Films and Spider-Man together at last

- – By Matt Bible | Beckett Non-Sports and Gaming Analyst | Commentary It’s official. Spidey is coming home. Late yesterday, Marvel.com announced that they have reached an agreement with Sony Films to bring Spider-Man to the Marvel Cinematic Universe. This is a momentous merger that will greatly impact superhero films for years to come. […]

First look: 2014 Marvel Universe trading cards

Marvel Comics is celebrating its 75th anniversary this year

Box Busters: 2013 Marvel Fleer Retro

Join Beckett Sports Card Monthly’s Bryan Hornbeck and Chris Olds as they rip into a box of 2013 Marvel Fleer Retro cards from Upper Deck in this latest edition of Box Busters.

Box Busters: 2012 Marvel Premier

Join Beckett Sports Card Monthly’s Bryan Hornbeck and Chris Olds as they rip into a box of 2012 Marvel Premier from Upper Deck in this latest edition of Box Busters.

Rittenhouse previews sketch cards for Marvel Bronze Age Trading Cards

Rittenhouse is looking at Marvel Comics from the early 1970s to the mid-80s. Comic fans recognize this period as the Bronze Age.

Rittenhouse brings original Spider-Man television series to cards

The 1967 Spider-Man series brought the superhero to television for the first time.

BIG INK, BIG BUCKS: Blowout Cards’ Thomas Fish isn’t just serious about sports cards

Original comic book art – the one-of-a-kind hand-drawn paper-and-ink pages used to print the tales the past — is perhaps surpassing even the most powerful of trading cards in some circles.

If the star fits: Captain America, other Marvel superheroes team up with the Dallas Cowboys

In a recent Dallascowboys.com report, America’s team announced a partnership with Marvel Entertainment that should add some depth to the 2011 roster.

Low-condition classic comics become cut cards in new Upper Deck Marvel Beginnings set

Ultimate Panel Focus cards can be found in packs of 2011 Marvel Beginnings and they include panels cut from classic comic books.