Topps Star Wars Living Set Checklist and Details

Share:

Nobody’s going to deny that there are a lot of Star Wars movies. The far away universe opens up even more through television and other forms of media. But to populate such a vast universe, you need characters. The Topps Star Wars Living Set is delving into that area like never before with an ongoing trading card set that looks at the ‘who’ of the franchise through art.

Like other Topps Living Set lines, this release has a beginning but no defined end. In fact, it’s not even planned. Each week, a pair of new cards will release on the Topps website. These cards are available for seven days and that’s it. The following week comes a new crop and so forth. As the months — and presumably years — go by, the checklist will continue to expand.

These cards are available individually starting at $7.99 or as a two-card lot for $11.99. You can also find them available with pre-sales on the secondary market through places like eBay.

As for the cards themselves, the basis of the design is the blue starfield border of the original 1977 Topps Star Wars set. Rather than using photos, characters have been drawn by Kris Penix.

Star Wars Living Set 1 Darth Vader

There are rules to the Topps Star Wars Living Set (feeding after midnight is optional). Each character will only be used once for each film, live-action TV series and animated series they appear in. So Princess Leia might have multiple cards over time, just one can come from A New Hope. Same for Return of the Jedi where she might be shown as Jabba’s prisoner or on Endor but not both.

This is the third take on the Topps Living Set model. Baseball debuted in 2018. UEFA Champions League started in spring, 2019.

Topps Star Wars Living Set Checklist

This checklist will expand in the weeks and months ahead. Print runs will be added as they become available. If you’re looking for a specific card, click on the link to see what’s available on eBay.

June 4, 2019

1 Darth Vader – A New Hope – 3,909
2 Nien Nunb – Return of the Jedi – 2,888

June 11, 2019

3 R2-D2 – A New Hope – 2,710
4 Stormtrooper – A New Hope – 2,601

June 18, 2019

5 Bossk – Return of the Jedi – 2,205
6 Val – Solo – 2,161

June 25, 2019

7 Queen Amidala – The Phantom Menace – 2,038
8 Death Star Gunner – A New Hope – 1,922

July 2, 2019

9 Grand Admiral Thrawn – Rebels – 1,760
10 Uncle Owen Lars – A New Hope – 1,721

July 9, 2019

11 Wedge Antilles – Return of the Jedi – 1,662
12 Dengar – Empire Strikes Back – 1,641

July 16, 2019

13 Jar Jar Binks – The Phantom Menace – 1,692
14 Moloch – Solo – 1,565

July 23, 2019

15 Orson Krennic – Rogue One – 1,385
16 Jawa – A New Hope – 1,441

July 30, 2019

17 Lando Calrissian – The Empire Strikes Back – 1,427
18 Rancor – Return of the Jedi – 1,405

August 6, 2019

19 Ezra Bridger – Rebels – 1,375
20 Admiral Piett – The Empire Strikes Back – 1,378

August 13, 2019

21 Han Solo – A New Hope – 2,376
22 Tasu Leech – The Force Awakens – 1,501

August 20, 2019

23 Mon Mothma – Return of the Jedi – 1,435
24 Wampa – The Empire Strikes Back – 1,454

August 27, 2019

25 Darth Maul – The Phantom Menace – 1,739
26 Tallie Lintra – The Last Jedi – 1,493

September 3, 2019

27 Shaak Ti – The Clone Wars – 1,311
28 Quay Tolsite – Solo – 1,307

September 10, 2019

29 BB-8 – The Force Awakens – 1,502
30 4-LOM – The Empire Strikes Back – 1,356

September 17, 2019

31 Aurra Sing – The Clone Wars – 1,343
32 Tobias Beckett – Solo – 1,395

September 24, 2019

33 Wicket W. Warrick – Return of the Jedi – 1,390
34 Scout Trooper – Return of the Jedi – 1,283

October 1, 2019

35 General Hux – The Force Awakens – 1,170
36 Dak Ralter – The Empire Strikes Back – 1,164

October 8, 2019

37 Bail Organa – Revenge of the Sith
38 Gamorrean Guard – Return of the Jedi

Share:

Ryan Cracknell

A collector for much of his life, Ryan focuses primarily on building sets, Montreal Expos and interesting cards. He's also got one of the most comprehensive collections of John Jaha cards in existence (not that there are a lot of them). Got a question, story idea or want to get in touch? You can reach him by email and through Twitter @tradercracks.

Tens of millions of cards available for sale in the
Beckett Marketplace!

Get up-to-date pricing for your favorite sports cards with a
Beckett OPG Subscription

Leave a reply