Hat Trick of Hockey releases. Number two in the series is here, 2010-11 Panini Zenith Hockey. One of the really fun aspects of this box is a 5 X 7 Box Topper card, the return of Dare To Tear. Here is what we pulled.
To tear or not? We are going to let you decide.
Use the poll to vote and then use the comments to tell us what you would do and why. We will leave this open for a few days to let everyone cast their vote. Then we will reveal the rest of the box break along with the results of the rip if we are dared by enough of you.
UPDATE- Poll is closed. Here are the final results.
Yes! I Double Dog Dare You! - 84.21%
No! That would be barbaric! - 15.79%
Saturday, July 16, 2011
Friday, July 15, 2011
For Topps, 2011 Rising Rookies NFL Trading Cards is their first football release this year. It’s a really nice mix of returning star players and the incoming rookie class.
SPOILER – One of our autos is #/25, a really nice hit.
Here is our video box break.
Thursday, July 14, 2011
Topps continues their 60th Anniversary Celebration with Baseball Series 2. We ripped into a 36 pack hobby box. Here is our video box break.
Wednesday, July 13, 2011
One of these things is not like the others.
Which one is different? Do you know?
Can you tell me which thing is not like the others?
And I'll tell you if it is so.
OK, so for the price of 45 Ruth/Mattingly/Jeter autos you can have your very own Atlanta Braves Mickey Mouse All-Star. Of course you could pay $2.99 but keep in mind, you get what you pay for, so clearly the last one is 166,666 and 2/3 times better than the cheap one.
So, of course, I thought the $500,000 might have been a computer glitch until I looked at the front page again and saw this.
For the same price as the most expensive Mickey, (not Mantle) you can own a 2009 Bowman Sterling WBC Relics Black Refractors of Kosuke Fukudome. By the way, there were only 25 of these made so this just might be the steal of the century. Upon further inpsection I noticed something else.
The astute seller of this card is "ziggyz129" who is also the seller offering the Atlanta Braves Mickey Mouse card for the same price.
This poses a real dilemma for those who can only spend a half a million dollars. Which card do you get?
I wonder if Ziggy is willing to negotiate.
Tuesday, July 12, 2011