2016 Topps Star Wars Attack of the Clones 3D Widevision Trading Cards Checklist and Details

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Attack of the Clones isn’t regarded by many as a classic. Too many conversations between Anakin and Padmé ensured that didn’t happen. Still, it’s Star Wars and that means something. 2016 Topps Star Wars Attack of the Clones 3D Widevision wraps up the prequel trilogy in the over-sized lenticular format.

Like the previous couple of 3D Widevision sets, it’s also an online-exclusive.

Star Wars AOTC 3D Widevision Box

Base Set

2016 Topps Star Wars Attack of the Clones 3D Widevision Base

The 2016 Topps Star Wars Attack of the Clones 3D Widevision base set has 44 cards. The oversized tall boy format measures 2 1/2 by 4 2/3 inches, capturing everything that was shown on the screen. But the movie has already been done before (and with one of the franchise’s best early autograph lineups, no less).

This release add lenticular to the mix. And if it’s anything like the last few 3D releases, Star Wars and otherwise, the quality of the 3D has come a long way in the past decade or so. The murky look some so-called 3D sets from the 1990s and before is gone. Now, it’s sharp and actually has the appearance of depth.

Inserts

2016 Topps Star Wars Attack of the Clones 3D Widevision Autograph

2016 Topps Star Wars Attack of the Clones 3D Widevision is done in a premium factory set format. That means it comes with a full base set plus a couple of hits. These include sketch cards, autographs, medallion and patch cards.

Unlike previous online-exclusive 3D Widevision sets, an autograph is guaranteed in each set.

The print runs for the previous pair of online-exclusive 3D Widevision sets, Return of the Jedi and Revenge of the Sith, both had small print runs of a couple thousand sets. Topps hasn’t announced the print run for this set, though.

2016 Topps Star Wars Attack of the Clones 3D Widevision trading cards at a glance:

Cards per pack:
Set size: 44 cards
Release date: October 19, 2016

What to expect in a hobby box:

• Sketch Cards, Medallion Cards, Patch Cards and Autographs – 2 Total
• 44-Card Base Set

2016 Topps Star Wars Attack of the Clones 3D Widevision Checklist

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Base Set
Autographs
Inserts

Base Set

44 cards.

1 The Senator Attacked!
2 Meeting With The Chancellor
3 The Assassin’s Plan
4 Anakin to the Rescue
5 Obi-Wan Hangs on
6 City Chase
7 Combing the Nightclub
8 The Jedi Archives
9 Lessons From Yoda
10 Heroes on Naboo
11 Obi-Wan and Tipoca City
12 Blossoming Romance
13 The Clone Army
14 In Jango’s Court
15 Battle in the Rain
16 Return to Tatooine
17 Asteroid Chase
18 Dodging the Sonic Charge
19 Searching the Desert
20 The Tusken Camp
21 Obi-Wan’s Distress Call
22 Dooku’s Prisoner
23 Geonosian Ambush
24 Factory Chase
25 Jar Jar’s Bold Action
26 Into the Arena
27 Count Dooku Stands Judge
28 Creatures Unleashed
29 A Surprising Turn of Events
30 Jedi to the Rescue
31 Against the Odds
32 Jango Fett Unleashed
33 Battle Droids Engage
34 Yoda’s Perfect Timing
35 Devising an Escape Plan
36 War on Geonosis
37 Separatists Under Siege
38 Obi-Wan and the Sith Lord
39 Anakin’s Intervention
40 The Incredible Might of Yoda
41 Yoda and Count Dooku
42 The Last Man Standing
43 The Clone Wars Begin
44 Secret Marriage

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Autographs

Autographs

23 cards. 1 per set.

Amy Allen as Aayla Secura
Kenny Baker as R2-D2
Jerome Blake as Oppo Rancisis
David Bowers as Mas Amedda
Silas Carson as Ki-Adi-Mundi
Silas Carson as Nute Gunray
Anthony Daniels as C-3PO
Oliver Ford Davies as Sio Bibble
Jesse Jensen as Saesee Tiin
Zac Jensen as Kit Fisto
Nalini Krishan as Barriss Offee
Daniel Logan as Boba Fett
Jett Lucas as Zett Jukassa
Ian McDiarmid as Chancellor Palpatine
Ian McDiarmid as Darth Sidious
Rena Owen as Taun We
Bonnie Piesse as Beru Whitesun
Alan Ruscoe as Lott Dod
Andy Secombe as Watto
Hassani Shapi as Eeth Koth
Orli Shoshan as Shaak Ti
Matthew Wood as Magaloof
Matthew Wood as Seboca

Dual Autographs

3 cards.

Amy Allen as Aayla Secura/Nalini Krishan as Barriss Offee
Silas Carson as Ki-Adi-Mundi/Zac Jensen as Kit Fisto
Jesse Jensen as Saesee Tiin/Hassani Shapi as Eeth Koth

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Inserts

Medallion Cards

10 cards.

MC-1 Aanakin Skywalker
MC-2 Count Dooku
MC-3 Supreme Chancellor Palpatine
MC-4 Obi-Wan Kenobi
MC-5 Padme Amidala
MC-6 R2-D2
MC-7 C-3PO
MC-8 Jango Fett
MC-9 Mace Windu
MC-10 Yoda

Patch Cards

12 cards.

MP-1 Obi-Wan Kenobi
MP-2 Anakin Skywalker
MP-3 C-3PO
MP-4 Count Dooku
MP-5 Jango Fett
MP-6 Mace Windu
MP-7 Padme Amidala
MP-8 R2-D2
MP-9 Zam Wessell
MP-10 Supreme Chancellor Palpatine
MP-11 Yoda
MP-12 Battle Droid

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Comments? Questions? Contact Ryan Cracknell on Twitter @tradercracks.

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1 comment

  1. Paul Angilly 19 October, 2016 at 21:20

    I bought the base set of this, minus inserts, on eBay for $40 just because I love the way the cards look (I have all the Topps Star Wars 3D base sets), but I really think very few people buying the full factory set for $100 will get their money’s worth. Looking at the insert checklist, I’m not seeing any combination of inserts that’s likely to return that $100 unless you get very, very lucky.

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