Ron's Promo Card Want List
Below is my very detailed promo card want list, and any other unique thing I've heard about and can't live without.  I'll definately trade for anything on this list, unless of course there is a pricing problem.  I am also willing to pay cash for certain items, again depending on the cost.  So, please do e-mail if you have something I need, and hopefully we can work something out. 
A BUG’S LIFE (1999) Kids Cuisine.  6 card set; Tattoo cards came one per kids cuisine frozen dinner; 2 Tatto’s per card;
      • 3 / 4 “Unknown” • 11 / 12 “Unknown”

A BUG’S LIFE / EL CAPITAN THEATRE   SWEEPSTAKES (1998) Disney / Pixar Films. 1-card set; given away by Disney at a Mall Tour; tri-fold card which mentions a grand re-opening of the El Capitan Theatre and explains a contest; part of the card is an entry form; 7.5 x 4; comes in a cello wrap and includes a small plastic magnifying glass

ACTION STAND (1998) US Forces. 1-card set; given out at shows; n.n. (photo of Stormtroopers action figures ); 4. 25 x 5.5; promotes a product to display action figures

ACTS OF VENGEANCE CHECKLIST (1989) Marvel Comics. Set number n.k.; given out at shops; promotes comic books; 3 7/8 x 2.25
      • n.n. “Damage Control” (made to look like a business card); no art, text only

ADVENTURE GIRL (2000) Stephanie Michaels. 1-card set; show promo; given out at the 2000 San Diego Comics Con
       • Comic Trading Card #1

ADVENTURES OF KC (2000)Conagra Brands Inc.  4 card set; 6 sided pop-out style cards; came one per Kids Cuisine Kids Meal;
      • 4 of 4 "Unknown"

ADVENTURES OF HERCULES / XENA (1998) New-U Studios, LLC. 1-card set; source n.k.; promotes both television shows; card is 3 x 3, round cornered, and has perforated sections intended for making the card a box; the front has Hercules saying “Help!!!” and Xena saying “Can’t those two...”

ADVENTURES IN ‘TOON WORLD (1993) Upper Deck. 1-card set; dealer promo; n.n.; blank back; 11 x 8.5
      • (four card images, each image 2 1/8 x 1 7/8)

AEGIS ENTERTAINMENT, INC. (1998) Self published. 4-card set; given out at the 1998 San Diego ComiCon; n.n.; B&W drawings; blank back; 5 x 7; promotes comic books
      • “Astro City”; by Alex Ross       • “Tom Strong”; by Chris Sprouse       • “Top Ten”; by Gene Ha       • “WildC.A.T.s”; by Travis Charest

AFRAID OF THE BEAR (1996) Gothic, Ltd. 1-card set; source n.k.; 5 3/8 x 7.25; signed by artist John Malloy and numbered out of 100 copies

ALADDIN WORLD ON ICE (Year n.k.) Kenneth Feld.  12 card set;  Australian Food issue; 2 x 2.5; purple bordered with contest information on back
      •  3 “Unkown”      •  4 “Unknown”       •  8 “Unknown”       •  9 “Unknown”      •  10 “Unknown”      •  12 “Unknown”

ALIENS / PREDATORS : DEADLIEST OF SPECIES (1993) Dark Horse Comics. 1-card set; show promo; art by John Bolton; same image as Aliens / Predator Checklist; 5 x 7.75

ALL-STAR TOON-UPS BASEBALL (1991) Toon-ups. Set number is n.k.; sent to dealers; artists are n.k.; marked “Promotional” on back
      • n.n. “Tina Colada”        • n.n. “Dusty Bottoms”        • n.n. “Willy Makitt”

ALL-STAR TOON-UPS FOOTBALL (1991) Toon-ups. Set number is n.k.; sent to dealers; artists are n.k.; marked “Promotional” on back
      • n.n. “Ty Mount”        • n.n. “Thor Luzer’        • n.n. “Bud Oxx”          • “Andy Skorz”

ALPHA FLIGHT (1999) Toy Biz. 3 card set; Came one per action figure; lenticular; comic art;
      • 3 of 3 “Snowbird and Puck”

AMERICAN BEAUTY (1999) Dream Works LLC. 1-card set; show promo;     promotes the release of the movie; photo; 4.25 x 6
      • n.n.; back has a review from The New York Times; card has a tattoo stapled to the front

AMERICAN PIE (1999) Universal Pictures. 2-card set; source n.k.; promotes the movie
        • n.n.; 4 x 6 • n.n.; card front is the Universal Pictures logo; card back is a black and white photo; serves as a two-person movie pass; 4 x 9

AMERICAN VINTAGE CYCLES SERIES 1 (Year n.k.) Champs.  Set number n.k.; Given to dealers; each card is tamped with gold foil “Champs Dealer Promo Card”
       • 87 “Unknown”         • 97 “Unknown”        • 99 “Unknown”         • 18 “1933 Indian 4 Cylinder”
**The following are 2-card strips; 7 x 2.5
       • (19, 99)          • (71, 87)           • (80, 39)

AMERICAN VINTAGE MOTORCYCLES SERIES II (1993) Skybox.  Set number n.k.; sent to dealers; photos; each has a gold foil stamp  on front saying “Skybox Prototype Card”
       • 2-card strip; both cards the same ("FC-2 Kenny Lofton"); all foil; back hand-stamped "Unfinished Skybox Prototype"

AMERICANA (1992) Starline. 8-card set; sent to dealers; each marked “Prototype” on back; photos
       • #3 “America on the Moon”           • #5 “Robt E. Lee”            • #30 “MacArthur”

AMISH LIFE AND HERITAGE (1992) GNM Sportscards. 1-card set; sent to dealers; n.n. “Paradise Found”; photo; marked “Prototype” on back;  numbered out of 1,000 on back

ANGEL SEASON ONE (2000) Inkworks. Set number n.k.; photos
      • AP-3 (face shot); back says “Cards Inc.” and provides an address; distributed in England

ANGEL SEASON TWO (2000) Inkworks. Set number n.k.; photos
       • AL-1 (hands in pockets); inserted one per box of Angel Series One

ANGELA (1994) Image Comics. 1-card set; show promo; given out at the 1994 San Diego Comic Con; the top of the card reads “Coming in December...”; blank back; art by Greg Capullo; promotes a comic book; 10 3/8 x 8

ANGELA’S ASHES (1999) Paramount Pictures. 4-card set; source n.k.; n.n.;  photos; 2 2/8 x 7 2/8
      • (tounge sticking out)       • (sitting in chair)         • (mother and child)          • (father and child)

ANIMAL MYSTIC (no year) Sirius.    2-card set; show promo; n.n.; art by Dark One; both cards have identical fronts with  different backs; card is also a window  decal; 3 7/8 x 5 7/8
      • “Klor”; postcard back           • “Klor”; blank back

ANIME VILLAGE COLLECTIBLE POSTCARD (2000) Anime Village. 6-card set; given out at the 2000 San Diego Comic Con; promotes Japanese  Animation; 5 x 7; postcard
     • #2 “Brain Powered”

ANXST (2000) Anxst. 2-card set; show promo; promotes a web-comic; blank back;art by Beda; 4.25 x 6
      • “Yuck!”         • “Zeke & Goulash”

APE VI (1999) Alternative Press Expo.   1-card set; sent to mailing list members; promotes a trade show, Alternative Press Expo 6; 4 x 6
      • n.n.; black and white art

APOLLO 25TH ANNIVERSARY (1994) Liftoff. 1-card set;  back marked “Promo Card”; card front uses same image as illustrated card in Space Shots (see seperate listing)
      • n.n. “America’s Spirit of Adventure”

ARMAGEDDON 2001 CHECKLIST (1991)   DC Comics. 1-card set; given out at shops; n.n.;  2 5/8 x 4

ART OF JOE DEVITO (no year) Dynamic Forces. 1-card set; source n.k.; art by Joe DeVito; back marked “Prototype” numerous times

ART OF MAGIC, THE (1997) Atlas Games. 1-card set; show promo; promotes a book; blank back; 3 5/8 x 5.75

ASH PHONECARDS (1995-96)Dynamic Entertainment. Set number n.k.; sources n.k.; 2.25 x 3 3/8; round corners; art by Joe Quesada and Jimmy Palmiotti; says "Prototype" on back.
      • #3 (Ash and soldier)  "

AUGIE DELGADO (1994) no company. 2-card set; given out at San Diego ComiCon and probably other cons; promotes the artist
      • n.n. ; all yellow card; 2 5/8 x 4 3/8

AUSTRALIAN GLADIATORS (1996) Tempo.  55 card set; Sent to dealers, conventions; promotes Gladiators Card set
**The following cards are samples for the chase cards. Each says “sample card not for resale” on back where a serial number would be. They were sent to certain dealers.
      • B1 “Hammer”                • B2 “Storm”         • B3 “Commando”       • B4 “Flame”           • B5 “Taipan”        • B6 “Fury”                • B7 “Vulcan”
      • B8 “Cheeta”                  • B9 “Tower”         • B10 “Delta”              • B11 “Condor”        • B12 “Blade”        • B13 “Predator”          • B14 redemption card
      • B15 redemption card       • GTT1                  • GTT2                      • GTT3
**Note: GTT1 thru GTT3 make a single image together.
      • VRC1 “Vulcan”; redemption card                 • VCC1 “Vulcan”; certificate card              • VPC1 “Vulcan”             • DRC1 “Delta”; redemption card
      • DCC1 “Delta”; certificate card                      • DPC1 “Delta”                                     • ULT1 winner card           • ULT2 “certification”               • BC1 “The Gladiators”
      • 1 of 6 “Vulcan”          • 2 of 6 “Cheeta”        • 3 of 6 “Tower”        • 4 of 6 “Storm”      • 5 of 6 “Hammer”            • 6 of 6 “Blade”
**The above cards, 1 of 6 thru 6 of 6, are pop-up cards; they DO NOT say “sample card not for resale”, but the serial number area is blank.

AUSTRALIAN GLADIATORS (1995) Kelloggs Australia Ltd.  6 card set; each card has 2 punch out pogs; one per box of Rice Bubbles Cereal in Australia; Thick stock; 2.75 x 3.8;
      • 5 and 6 of 12 “Unknown”           • 11 and 12 of 12 “Unknown”

AVENGERS (1992) Cornerstone. 9-card set; sent to dealers; photos
      • A1 “Professional and Amateur”       • A2 “He likes his team”           • A3 “Los Nengadores”            • A4 “Mantha-we’re needed?”
      • A5 “Mrs. Peel sees the light”         • A6 “A sight for sore eyes”       • A7 “Thanks For Your Support”; sent to dealers as a thank you; numbered out of 100 on back
      • A0 “Thanks for your Support”; sent to major distributers; numbered out of only 10 on back

AVENGERS IN COLOR (1993) Cornerstone. 12-card set; sent to dealers; photos
       • B2 “Chemistry” (on rocking horse)           • B8 “Talented Amateurs”; sent to dealers as a thank you; numbered out of 100 on back

BABE, THE (1992) Topps. 1-card set; source n.k.; photo.
       • TM77 “John Goodman”; front marked “Topps Magazine”

BABYLON 5 : RIVER OF SOULS (1998) TNT/Del Ray Books. 1-card set; source n.k.; 4 x 6; promotes a TV movie
      • n.n. (image of an alien holding a globe with a spaceship in it)

BACK TO THE FUTURE III (1990) UCS and Amblin.  Set number n.k.; Came one per box of cereal- Canada; Photo’s; Backs in both english and french
      •  4 “unknown”

BACKYARD BIRDS (1992) Chips Cards, Inc. Set number n.k.; source n.k.; 5.5 x 3.75; postcard; n.n.; photo of a cardinal on the right side, set info on the left

BARBIE (1992) Panini. Set number n.k.; sent to dealers; photos; n.n.; marked “Promo” on back
      • ”Barbie’s Christmas Surprise”

BARBI TWINS : DOUBLE YOUR PLEASURE (1993) No company mentioned. Set number n.k.; source n.k.; photo; back says “Barbi Dolls Exclusive”
      •  Prototype 001  (red bikinis on rocks)

BARE ESSENTIALS 2 (1994) Infinity Card Company. 4 card set; Photo’s; ADULT Oriented;
      • P2 “Unknown”          • P3 “Unknown”

BASEBALL : THE AMERICAN EPIC (1994) 9-card set; source n.k.; all nine cards came together in a foil pack; both the pack and the cards are marked “GM” (Genreral Motors); this set was based on a documentary of the history of baseball; black and white photos.
      • 1 “Hank Aaron”          • 2 “Roberto Clemente”         • 3 “Ty Cobb”            • 4 “Hank Greenberg”          • 5 “Mickey Mantle”
      • 6 “Satchel Paige”        • 7 “Jackie Robinson”           • 8 “Babe Ruth”          • 9 “Ted Williams”

BATMAN THE MOVIE (1989) Manufacturer n.k..  8 card set; given out 1 per box of Kelloggs Cereal in Canada; Lenticular Motion cards; 2 x 2.75
      •  4 “Unknown”

BATMAN AND ROBIN ANIMATED (1996) Skybox. 12-card set; Cards came 2 per box of Welch’s And Eskimo Pie Snacks; Cards had to be cut from packaging; a Complete Pre-cut 12 card set could be ordered thru a redemption offer, but those cards used a different thinner card stock; 
      • 2 of 12 “Unknown”       • 4 of 12 “Unknown”       • 5 of 12 “Unknown”      • 7 of 12 “Unknown”      • 8 of 12 “Unknown”     • 9 of 12 “Unknown”       • 11 of 12 “Unknown”
      • 12 of 12 “Unknown”

BATMAN AND ROBIN (1997) YFP.  Set number n.k.;  lenticular card; Given out in Mexico; Spanish text on back; n.n.

BATMAN : BEHIND THE MASK AND BEYOND THE BAT (1999) Warner Bros. 1-card set; given out at the 1999 San Diego Comic Con; 8 x 6; promotes a signing at a Warner Bros. store for the creators of the  Batman Beyond cartoon

BATMAN : CRIMSON MIST (1998) DC Comics. 1-card set; store promo; art by Kelley Jones; blank back; bookmark; 2 x 6
      • Promo 8106

BATMAN : DARK VICTORY (1999) DC Comics. 12-card set; sent to comic shops; promotes comic book; marked “Promo” on front; blank back;art by Tim Sale; 6 5/8 x 10 1/8
      • No. 1 “War”             • No. 2 “Secrets”           • No. 3 “Toys”               • No. 4 “Lost”             • No. 5 “Love”               • No. 6 “Hate”
      • No. 7 “Fools”           • No. 8 “Battle”            • No. 9 “Orphans”           • No. 10 “Justice”        • No. 11 “Passion”          • No. 12 “Revenge”

BATMAN FOREVER (1995) Dynamic Marketing.  Set number n.k.; Came one per box of Kelloggs Rice Bubbles Cereal in Australia; Has Kellogg logo on back; Photo;
      • K1 “Unknown”      • K2 “Unknown”      • K3 “Unknown”      • K4 “Unknown”      • K5 “Unknown”      • K6 “Unknown”      • K7 “Unknown”      • K8 “Unknown” 

BATMAN RETURNS (1992) Warner Bros.  3 Card set; Promotes movie; slightly longer than regular size card; says "Of 3" on the back; "Promotional Use Only" on back; Comic Art
      • 2 of 3 "Unknown"       • 3 of 3 "Unknown"

BATMAN RETURNS (1992) Zellers.  24 card set; Game cards given out exclusively at Zellers Stores; 2.5x3.75; photo's;
      •  10 "Unknown"

BATMAN VERSUS PREDATOR (1992) DC Comics. Set number n.k.; inbound Batman Versus Predator Prestige Format comic books...NA
      • 4-card page; 6.75 x 10.5; (9 thru 12 by Art Adams, Adam Hughes, Michael Wm. Kaluta, and Walter Simonson); in #3
      • 4-card page; 6.75 x 10.5; (13 thru 16 by Tom Yeates, John Higgins, Dave Gibbons, and Joe Kubert); in #3

BATTLEBOOKS (1998) Marvel Comics. Set number n.k.; saddlebagged in Battlebooks comic books; comes with two cards: an instruction card  and a “battlecard”; n.n.; 4 x 6
      •  instruction card; front shows Captain America, back gives game rules; one comes in every issue of Battlebooks
      •  “Spider-Man”; in Spider-Man Battlebook: Streets of Fire          •  “Thor”; in  Thor Battlebook: Streets of Fire          •  “Citizen V”; in Citizen V Battlebook: Streets of Fire

BEACH CARDS (1993) Freedom Entertainment. Set number n.k.; source n.k.; photos of women in bikinis.
      • 151 “Tracy Martin”            • 153 “Christine Aumont”            • 155 “Marielle Jensen”            • 156 “Lisa Morris”            • 159 “Brooke Burke”

BEAST MACHINES - TRANSFORMERS (1999) Mainframe Entertainment. 1-card set; given out at the 1999 San Diego Comic Con; 6 x 4; promotes a sneak preview at the con for a cartoon coming to Fox

BEATLES (no year) American Images. Set number n.k.; source n.k.; black and white photos.
      • 13 “John, Paul, George, Pete 1961”; back marked “promotional”             • 29 “John Lennon & Paul McCartney 1962”; back marked “Sample”
      • 30 “George Harrison-Guitar 1962”; back marked “promotional”

BEATLES (1997) Music Machine.  Set number n.k.; Given out at the Beatlefest 97 convention; Promotes a mail order company; photo;
      • # 1 “Unknown”           • # 2 “Unknown”

BECKY SUNSHINE (no year) no company mentioned. 3-card set; source n.k.; black and white art by Genevieve
      • P001 (with curly hair) • P002 (with necklace); 2.5 x 3.25  • P002 (with necklace); same card as above, but 2.5 x 3.54; signed by the artist

BEDAZZLED (2000) 20th Century Fox. 1-card set; source n.k.; photo; card back is marked as an “Admit Two” ticket for a screening of the film in Philadelphia; 9 x 4
 
BEETLEJUICE (1990) Dart Flipcards. Set number n.k.; art based on the animation; sent to dealers in a folder.   Contains the following:
      • 4-card sheet (#s 23, 24, 33, 34)             • 2-sticker strip; “It’s Showtime”, “Double Trouble”            • 3 unfolded wrappers

BERENSTAIN BEARS (1992) Company n.k. Set number n.k.
      • 93 “We’ll have a yard sale...”; marked “Prototype” on back.

BERNIE WRIGHTSON’S FRANKENSTEIN (no year) Sideshow Inc. 1-card set; given out at the San Diego Comic Con; promotes a model kit

BEST IN SHOW (2000) Warner Bros.   1-card set; source n.k.; photo; card back is marked as an “Admit Two” ticket for a screening of the film in Philadelphia; 4 x 6

BIG TIME DRAG CARDS (1992) Big Time Drag Cards. Set number n.k.; sent to dealers; photos of drag cars.
      • 3 (car says "Little Red Wagon")

BIKES AND BABES (1995) Mother Productions.  2 card set; photo; n.n.
      • "Unknown"          • "Unknown"

BILL & TED’S EXCELLENT  ADVENTURE (no year) Orion Home Video. 1-card set; given out at the  San Diego Comic Con; card allows the holder to make a phone call at the Orion Home Video Booth at the show; blank back; 4 x 2.5

BIOHAZARD (1998) JP Armada. 1-card set; source n.k.; back marked “Promo Chase Card”

BIOSPHERE (1991) Acorn Corperation. Set number n.k.; photos. The actual card set was never released. Each card marked “Promo” in a corner on front; sent to dealers
      • Promo 5 “Gopher Tortoise”                                  • Promo 10 Blue-Spotted Salamander”                                • Promo 15 “Rim Rock Crowned Snake”         
      • Promo 25 Florida Bog Frog”                                 • Promo 35 “Florida Soft Shell”                                        • Promo 45 “Cuban Treefrog”      
      • Promo 55 “Alligator and Crocodile”                       • Promo 65 “Florida Snapping Turtle”                               • Promo 80 “Deimatic Behavior” 
      • Promo 95 “American Rat Snake”                           • Promo 100 “Florida Box Turtle”                                     • Promo 105 “Eastern Garter Snake”
      • Promo 110 “Northern Snapping Turtle : Baby”        • Promo 130 “Black-Tailed Prarie Dog”                              • Promo 135 “Bill Bradley on Turtle Protection”
      • Promo 140 “Florida Manatee”                               • Promo 150 “Coliseum Destroys Hempstead Plains”            • n.n. checklist
      • n.n. 2-card page; this is a sheet of paper with set info and 2 cards glued (with contact cement) to the front of it; the cards are not placed on the sheet in any order

BIRDS AND FLOWERS (1991) Bon Air Collectibles. 11-card set; sent to dealers..
      • 1 “Alabama”               • 2 “Alaska”              • 3 “Arizona”          • 4 “Arkansas”           • 5 “California”         • 6 “Colorado”
      • 7 “Connecticut”           • 8 “Delaware”          • 9 “Florida”            • 10 “Georgia”          • 11 “Hawaii”

BLACK & WHITE PHONECARDS (1996) Dynamic Entertainment. 2-card set; 2.25 x 3 3/8; round corners; art by Art Thibert; says "Prototype" on back; each also says "1 of 200".
      • #1 (two characters)         • #2 (attacked by monsters)

BLACK CAT CROSSING (no year) Kitchen Sink Press. 1-card set sent to dealers. It is n.n.; 1.75 x 8.5 ; art by Richard Sala; promotes a book

BLACK PEARL (1996) Dark Horse Comics. 1-card set; given out at shows; blank back; 3 x 2; promotes a comic book.

BLADE TATTOOS (Year n.k.) Manufacturer N.K.  14 Card set; Tatoo’s; given in German food issue promotion;
      • “Blade”         • “Kobejitsu”         • “Lemure”         • “Lobishomen”        • “Pallitine”        • “Upier”

BLOODFIRE STUDIOS (1998) Bloodfire Studios. 2-card set; show promo; marked “limited edition Postcard” on back; postcard; 4.25 x 5.5
      • #1 “Dark Tarot”        • #2 “Land of Faire”

BLOOD SIMPLE (2000) USA Films.   1-card set; store promo; photo; promotes the digitally remastered re-release of the film; 4.25 x 6

BLOODY MARY (2000) Self-Published. 1-card set; show promo; given out at the 2000 San Diego Comic Con; promotes a monster make-up artist; postcard; 8 x 6
      • n.n. (image of different monster applications)

BLUE ANGELS (1991) Sterling Cards, Inc. 20-card set; given out at shows and dealer promo; photos; marked “Sample Card” across back; cards are otherwise identical to the set; there is a checklist in the regular set, but I have not seen one marked “Sample Card”, therefore it is not listed here.
      • 1/21 “Cmdr. Greg Woolridge, USN”      • 2/21 “Lt. Cmdr. Lee Grawn, USN”       • 3/21 “Lt. Pat Rainey, USN”                • 4/21 “Lt. Cmdr. Dave Inman, USN”
      • 5/21 “Lt. Matt Seamon, USN”               • 6/21 “Lt. John Foley, USN”                • 7/21 “Capt. Ken Switzer, USMC”       • 8/21 “Lt. Cmdr. Randy Duhrkopf, USN”
      • 9/21 “C-130 Hercules Pilots”                 • 10/21 “Support Officers”                      • 11/21 “1991 Blue Angels”                 • 12/21 “Historical Aircraft”
      • 13/21 “Fat Albert”                               • 14/21 “High Speed Pass”                     • 15/21 “Diamond”                             • 16/21 “Delta Roll”
      • 17/21 “Fortus”                                    • 18/21 “Knife Edge Pass”                      • 19/21 “Delta Flat Pass”                      • 20/21 “High Performance T.O.”

BLUE CHIPS (1994) Skybox. Set number n.k.; sent to dealers in 3-card cello-packs; n.n.;  photos; marked “Prototype” on back. 
      • ”The Celebration” 

BLUE COMET PRESS COMIC PROMOS (1993) Blue Comey Press.  Set number n.k.; Included in various issue of Ble Comet press comics (ish’s n.k.)
      •  # 4 “Unknown”      •  # 5 “Unknown”     •  # 6 “Unknown”      •  # 7 “Unknown”

BOG THE FROG (1992-93) Bugged Out      Comics. 3-card set; given out at shows; art by Stanley White.
      • n.n. (same image as above); green and white ink; 2 7/8 x 4  • n.n. "Zog the Frog"; black and white; 3 x 4

BONE (1994) No company mentioned. 1-card set; 4 x 6; postcard; art by Jeff Smith; image is of Bone on the back of an animal

BORIS KARLOFF : BEYOND THE MONSTER II (2000) Good Stuff Cards. Set number n.k.; given out at shows and available through the mail; black and white photos
      • P-4

BOXING GREATS (no year) Ideal Albums Ltd. Set number n.k.; source n.k.; cards measure 2.5 x 3 1/8; art by John Wallace; says "Promotional Card" across front.
      • 6 "Jack Dempsey"            • 14 "Jack Johnson"

BRAM STOKERS DRACULA (1992) Topps.  13 Card set; insert 1 card per Specially marked Dracula T-shirts.  Front have purple Border, back have info on comics and cards.
      • n.n. “cross”          • n.n. “Old and young Vlad”         • n.n. “4 pics”          • n.n. “Old Face”           • n.n. “Vlad and girl”           • n.n. “Gate”

BRAVO STUDIOS  (1996) Bravo Studios. 9-card set; given out at shows; black and white art by Hugo Bravo; promotes the artist; card fronts form a 9-card image
      • P1 “bravo studios”                 • P2 “Some men dream...”       • P3 “Hugo Bravo’s artwork has...”          • P4 “All glory comes from...”
      • P5 “With his experience...”     • P6 “Do not follow...”            • P7 “Do you see what I see?”                  • P8 “Bravo Studios would like...”
      • P9 “Feel free to...”

BRITNEY SPEARS (1998) Jive Records. Set numner n.k.; source n.k.; as to what it promotes, I believe it promotes her and her first recording.
      • B-1 (with brown hair); 2.25 x 3.5

BROKEN HEARTS CLUB, THE (2000) Sony Pictures. 1-card set; store promo; photo; promotes a screening of the film in San Diego; 4 x 6

BROTHERS FRAIM (1998) Brothers Fraim. 1-card set; handed out at various conventions; 8.5 x 5.5; postcard; art by The Brothers Fraim; card is all yellow with black print

BUFFY THE VAMPIRE SLAYER  SEASON FOUR (2000) Inkworks. Set number n.k.; photos.
     • B4-3 (in red leather jacket); back marked “Cards Inc.”; distributed in England  • SFX-2 (three characters); back marked “Cards, Inc.”; distributed in England
     • BRC-1 (five cast members); horizontal photo; card stock is the canvas look of the Buffy Reflections set; inserted one per box of Buffy Reflections : The High School Years

BUFFY THE VAMPIRE SLAYER  SEASON FIVE (2000) Inkworks. Set  number n.k.; photos.

BUFFY THE VAMPIRE SLAYER (1998) Warner Bros. 1-card set; store giveaway; given out at Sam Goody, Suncoast Video, Media Play, On-Cue; photo; promotes a contest through the San Francisco  affiliate of WB Network; postcard; 4 x 6
      • n.n. (Buffy in a thin-strapped, blue dress)

BUFFY THE VAMPIRE SLAYER  REFLECTIONS : THE HIGH SCHOOL YEARS (2000) Inkworks. 3-card set; photos; each card is made to appear to be on canvas
      • P2 (Buffy and Angel)        • P3 (Buffy in black dress); marked “Card’s Inc.” on back; distributed in the U.K.

BYRON PREISS GRAPHIC NOVEL TRADING CARDS (1992) Byron Preiss Visual Publications, Inc. 1-card set; source n.k.; 9-card page; numbered 1 thru 8 with the ninth card being a mail-in card with the comany name on it; art by Richard Corben, Steve Leialoha, William Stout, Rian Hughes, Bruce Jensen, Vidal Centeno, Paul Rivoche, P. Craig Russell; 6 7/8 x 10.5; each card is perforated on the sheet; promotes graphic novels
C-17 AIRLIFTER (no year) no company mentioned. 1-card set; given out at an airshow in Texas; n.n.; black and white photo; reportedly all but about 50 were destroyed by rain

CALIFORNIA SUNSHINE GIRLS (Year n.k.) Double Vision.  3 card set; ADULT Oriented; Photo; Says “Promo card” in gold foil on front;
      • P1 “Unknown”        • P2 “Unknown”        • P3 “Lana Lane”

CARDBOARD DREAMS (1991) Cardboard Dreams. 16-card set; given out at shows; illustrated parodies of celebrities
      • 5 of 16 “Truth or Dare” (Madonna and Jose Canseco)            • n.n. “Bo Jackson”

CASTAGNA (1990-1992) Castagna. Set number n.k.; source n.k.; cards feature photos of figurines available through the company
      • 183 “Buffalo Bill” (1990)      • 152 “Moose” (1992)

CELEBRATION OF DC COMICS ART (1997) DC Comics / Warner Bros. Studio Stores. 2-card set; source n.k.; promotes an exhibit at the Warner Bros. Store in San Diego, CA'
      • n.n. image on front of Batman fighting Clayface; art based on animation; 8 x 6

CELL, THE (2000) New Line Productions, Inc. 5-card set; source n.k.; n.n.; photos;backs are identical; promotes a movie
      • (woman in a box)       • (horned guy behind woman)       • (wearing a mask)        • (man with big cape)        • (man on his side)

CEREAL BOXES AND PRIZES (1998) Flake World Publishing.  2-card set; promotes Book;
      •n.n. (same image as above); 4.25 x 6; sent to dealers through Diamond

CHAKAN THE FOREVER MAN (1993) Rak Graphics. 9-card set; given out at shows; black and white art by Robert Kraus; promotes a comic book
      • Number One “Mug Shot”                                  • Number Two “Chakan : The Sketch Book”                  • Number Three “Chakan : The Portrait”
      • Number Four “Rage On”                                   • Number Five “Downpour”                                         • Number Six “Through the Fire”
      • Number Seven “Armed and Dangerous”               • Number Eight “Double Edged Death”                           • Number Nine “The Nightmares’ Thrall”

CHAMPS MANUFACTURING PHONE CARDS (1994) Champs Manufacturing, Inc. Set number n.k.; source n.k.; marked “Sample-Not Valid” on back
      • n.n. “$5 (man walking through wall)” by Tim White; etched foil                       • n.n. “$20 (Tiger-woman with cats)” by Michael Wm. Kaluta

CHAOS! COMICS (1998) Chaos! Comics.  1-card set; sent to mailing list members; n.n.; image of Lady Death and Evil Ernie;  4 x 6; postcard; back says “Chaos! Comics bash at Big Apple Comic Con N.Y.C. Saturday June 6th 1998” and promotes Chaos! Comics’ appearence at the show

CHEVY SERIES (1992) Collect-A-card. Set number n.k.; sent to dealers; front marked   “Prototype”; red foil lettering; photos.
      • n.n. “’29 Series AC Sport Coupe”; all chromium; same front as #17, above, but different back; “Prototype” on front.

CHICKEN RUN (2000) futera. 19-card set; source n.k.; promotes the movie; silver foil lettering on front; all nineteen cards came together in an unmarked box; the 19th card, the checklist, is serial numbered out of 2,000 and is marked “Promotional Set”, both on back; none of the other cards are marked as such.

CHI-CHIAN (1997) Sirius Comics. 1-card set; sent to dealers; n.n.; 4 x 6; art by Voltaire; postcard; promotes a comic book.

CHINESE SHAR-PEI COLLECTION (no year) GNM Sportscards. 1-card set; source n.k.; photo; marked “Promo Card” on back

CHOPPER CHICKS OF MARS (1997) Studio E. 11-card set; most sources n.k.; art by Paul Dale; provocative art.
Note: The following ETC cards are prototypes for the Electronic Trading Card offered through the actual card set; each is the thickness of two cards and each is hand-stamped            “Prototype” on back; the space for a serial number is left blank; there were reportedly around 500 of each printed.
      • ETC1 “Sarah”       • ETC2 “Sandy”

CHOSEN (1996) Prolix Press. 1- card set; Postcard; Promotes comic; n.n.; Given out at San Diego Con, has con logo on back;

CHRISTOPHER COLUMBUS 500 QUINCENTENARY JUBILEE (1991) Focus 2000. 5-card set; no indications of being a promo, but the card text on back is different than the text on the regular issue; available through a phone offer in an unknown  magazine
     • 1/100 “Christopher Columbus”                    • 2/100 “Quincentennial Logo”           • 11/100 “Nina”            • 13/100 “Leaving On the First Voyage”
     • 34/100 “Columbus Before the Court”

CINDY GUYER ROMANCE DOLLS (2000) Company not mentioned. 1-card set; source n.k.; promotes a line of collectible dolls; 3 x 4

CITIZEN, THE (2000) Black Velvet Studios. 1-card set; given out at the 2000 San Diego Comic Con; promotes a comic book; postcard; 4 x 5.5

CITIZEN TRADE WATCH CAMPAIGN, THE (no year) Self-Published. 1-card set; source n.k.; promotes a campaign against NAFTA; green ink on a white card; 3 x 4
      • n.n. “Don’t Let Them...”; shows George Bush and Mexican President Salinas in baseball uniforms; art by Huck

CITY OF LOST CHILDREN (1995) Sony Pictures. 1-card set; show promo; photo; promotes the release of the movie; the back has the logo for Kitchen Sink Press; 4 x 6.25
   
CIVIL WAR : THE HERITAGE COLLECTION (1992) Bon Air Collectables. 12-card set; sent to dealers; gold foil lettering; marked “Prototype” on back         
      • 1 “General Robert E. Lee”                        • 2  “General  Ulysses Simpson Grant”       • 3 “General Thomas J. Jackson”              • 4 “General Gordon Meade”
      • 5 “General James Ewell Brown Stuart”       • 6 “General Phillip Henry Sheridan”          • 7 “City Point and Grant”                      • 8 “The Old Men and Boys”
      • 9 “Give Me Two More Hours”                  • 10 “The Storming of Petersburg”             • 11 “Violet Bank and Lee”                     • 12 “checklist”

CLASH OF THE TITANS (1981) MGM Films.  Set number n.k.; 1.5 x 1.5; Rounded corners; blank backs; came as a food premuim in Canada; n.n.

CLASS ACTS SCRATCH & MATCH GAME & SWEEPSTAKES (1997) No company mentioned. Set number n.k.; given out at the following stores (and each store logo is on front): Sam Goody, Media Play, On-Cue, Suncoast, and Musicland; also on front is logos for Kudos and Mastercard; n.n.; each card has a photo or illustration on the right side; the middle section of the card has scratch-off areas (contest); 5.75 x 2 5/8
      • (Simpsons)      • (Winnie-The-Pooh)      • (Sawyer Brown)      • (blonde woman)       • (curly haired woman)      • (Hanson)

CLASSIC CARTOONS FILM CELS (year n.k.) Jonny Lightning.  Set number n.k.; Came one per Johnny Lightning toy card; 1.5x1.5; Blank back;
      • 1 "Unknown"        • 2 "Unknown"        • 4 "Unknown"        • 5 "Unknown"       • 6 "Unknown"        • 7 "Unknown"        • 8 "Unknown"
      • 9 "Unknown"        • 10 "Unknown"      • 11 "Unknown"      • 12 "Unknown"      • 13 "Unknown"      • 14 "Unknown"       • 15 "Unknown"
      • 16 "Unknown"      • 17 "Unknown"      • 19 "Unknown"      • 20 "Unknown"      • 21 "Unknown"      • 23 "Unknown"       • 24 "Unknown"
      • 25 "Unknown"      • 26 "Unknown"      • 27 "Unknown"      • 28 "Unknown"      • 29 "Unknown"      • 30 "Unknown"       • 31 "Unknown"
      • 32 "Unknown"      • 33 "Unknown"      • 34 "Unknown"      • 36 "Unknown"      • 37 "Unknown"      • 39 "Unknown"

CLIVE BARKER (1993) Fantaco. 4-card set; sent to dealers; art by Clive Barker; cards are not marked as promos and look identical to the regular cards, except the ink on front is gold; the only one I’ve seen came stapled (sigh) to a 1993-94 catalog for Fantaco along with a Zombie War promo. We have also heard of a signed promo, but have not seen it.
      • 14 “Weaveworld”

CLOWN COLLECTOR’S SERIES (1992) Planet Mirth Productions. Set number n.k.; sent to dealers; photos We contacted the manufacturer and was told that they sent promos to dealers on request only. When they received a request, they grabbed a few cards from a pile, hand stamped them  “Promotional” in red ink, and sent them out. They did not stamp a certain number of any particular cards, they just marked them as they needed them in no particular fashion. Again, that is according to Planet Mirth. It is possible there are entire sets floating around that are all marked “Promotional”, but that is specualtive.
      • 6 “Bubbles”             • 11 “Giorgio”          • 17 “Molly Anne”          • 24 “Britches”

CLUBHOUSE DIAMONDS SERIES I (1992) American Knockouts. Set number n.k.; Photo’s; ADULT Oriented;
      • P-1 “Unknown”       • P-2 “Unknown”       • P-3 “Unknown”            • P-5 “Stephanie”  ”

COASTER CARDS (2000) NostalgiaCards. 1-card set; source n.k.; photo
      • P1 “The Mantis”

COCA-COLA COLLECTION (1994) Collect-A-card. 5-card set + 1 milk cap; sent to dealers; artists n.k. Marked “Prototype” on backs.
       • TC-1 “Ty Cobb”; red foil lettering; inserted at one per case of Coca-Cola Series One cards

COCA-COLA COLLECTION SERIES TWO (1994) Collect-A-card . 7-card set plus one milk cap; some sent to dealers; artists n.k. “Prototype” on backs.
       • CM-2 “Christy “Big Six” Mathewson”; red foil lettering; source n.k.; says “Tuff Stuff” on back

COCA-COLA SPRINT PHONE CARDS/CELS (1996) Score Board. Set number n.k.; sent to dealers.
      • n.n. “Everything You Need...” • n.n. “Check List 2” • “When you’re feelin’ 10 feet tall”  • “Refresh Yourself”  • “Coke adds life to...” (baseball player)
**Note: The above are clear acetate cards; photos; backs marked “Available March 1996”   
      • n.n. “(the sun drinking Coke) $100”; says “The 16th National Convention” on top-front and on the back, bottom right. Serial numbered out of 21
**Note: The above two are phone cards.

COLLECTORS’ ADVANTAGE (1995) Planet Telecom & Technologies, Inc.  1-card set; front says “The National Sports Collectors Convention...St. Louis, MO” and has an illustrated image of the   St. Louis Arch and the city skyline; given out at the show; 2 1/8 x 3 3/8; serial   numbered out of 2000
       • $1 phone card

COLORADO COMIC FUTURE STARS (1993) Colorado Comic Future Stars.  5 card set; Don’t say promo on them, but give promo info about set and how to order.
      • 4 of 4 ““Unknown”

COLUMBUS COLLECTIBLE CARDS (1991) Columbus Cards. Set number n.k.;
      •  1 “Unknown”     •  2 “Unknown”      •  11 “Unknown”       •  13 “Unknown”      •  34 “Unknown”

COMIC BALL (1990) Upper Deck. Set number n.k.; sent to dealers; art by Chuck Jones
      • n.n. hologram (Bugs Bunny)

COMIC BALL 2 (1991) Upper Deck. 4-card set; given out at an unknown convention; the card tops say “The National 7/6/91”; photos; n.n.; card backs form a complete image together
      • (Speedy Gonzalez/Nolan Ryan)       • (Elmer Fudd/Reggie Jackson)        • (Tazmanian Devil/Reggie Jackson)      • (Bugs, Daffy, & Nolan Ryan)

COMIC BOOK EXPO (no year) San Diego Comic Convention, Inc. 1-card set;  front is guy in wagon and says “August 17 -18 San Diego”; 4 x 6; postcard; promotes trade show

Comics Greatest World were distributed in 8-card cello packs. Each cello pack contained the same eight cards, except for the Comics’ Greatest World card, which was one of the cards below, randomly inserted. The other seven cards in the pack were : Aliens / Predator Universe P2, Cyberforce C1, Vampirella P1, Mars Attacks Archives P2 and #1 “The Invasion Begins”, Star Wars Galaxy Series Two P5 and P6
      • 101 “Vortex”               • 102 “X”                 • 103 “Catalyst”             • 104 “Barb Wire”             • 105 “Motorhead”           • 106 “Titan”         • 107 “Will To Power”
      • 108 “Division 13”       • 109 “Mecha”

CONAN (1993) Comic Images. 2-card set sent to dealers and found in CCPG (ish n.k.); n.n.; chromium.
      • n.n.; art by Joe Jusko; same image as the above card, but it is a refractor card; source n.k.

CONTINUUM (1999) Aetherio / Dream Catcher. Set number n.k.; source n.k.
      • n.n.; by Michael Wm. Kaluta

COUNTESS VLADMIRA (1997) Choice  Marketing. 1-card set; photo; n.n.; front says "Chiller Horror Expo" and given out at that 1997 show.

COUNTRY GOLD 1993 (1993) Sterling Cards, Inc.  Set number n.k.; sent to dealers; card backs say “93 Country Gold Prototype” numberous times; photos; n.n.
      • ”Tracy Lawrence” (White Border)          • ”Billy Ray Cyrus” (White Border)

CRACKED ETWF (no year) Cracked Magazine. 1-card set; sent with a new   subscription to Cracked Magazine;  perforated; 12-card sheet; 11 1/8 x 11 3/8
      • n.n. (“Mog the Annihilator, The Incredible Pookie, The Unknown Alien, Woof, Boom-Boom Blockhead, Glop, Dr. Hoo, The Moon Loon, Four-Arm Smash The Black Hole, Cosmo, Meteor the Magnificent”)

CRANKE BOY (no year) Cranke Boy.   4-card set; given out at the Action Sports  retailer show in San Diego, CA; n.n.;  promotes the company.
      •  “Flame Face”      •  “Monkey Man”       •  “Baby Face”       • “Spike”

CRASH BANDICOOT 2: GORTEX STRIKES BACK (1997) Bluebird Foods.  17 Card set; issued 1 per Bluebird frozen foods in Australia; 12 regular card set, and 5 card gold set
      •  1 “                •  2 “                •  3 “                 •  4 “         •  5 “         •  6 “        •  7 “       •  8 “         •  9 “       •  10 “        •  11 “        •  12 “
      •  Gold 1 “        •  Gold 2 “         •  Gold 3 “         •  Gold 5 “

CRASH BANDICOOT (2000) Parmalat.  Set number n.k.; lenticular; rounded corners; came one per Parmalat foods product in Italy; Credit card size;
      • 1 “Unknown”         • 2 “Unknown”           • 3 “Unknown”          • 4 “Unknown”            • 5 “Unknown”             • 6 “Unknown”
      • 8 “Unknown”         • 9 “Unknown”           • 10 “Unknown”        • 11 “Unknown”           • 12 “Unknown”           • 13 “Unknown”       • 14 “Unknown”
      • 15 “Unknown”        • 16 “Unknown”         • 18 “Unknown”        • 19 “Unknown”

CREATIVE INTERESTS AGENCY (no year) Self published. 1-card set; given out at the 1998 San Diego ComiCon; n.n.; photos; 4.25 x 6; postcard; promotes a talent service

CRIMEFACE (no year) Danger Alley Publications. 1-card set; given out at various  conventions; 5.5 x 7.25; art by Jeff Parker; promotes a comic book

CRIMSON (2000) Dynamic Forces.  Set number n.k.; foil; promotes card set;
      • W1 "Unknown"       • W2 "Unknown"       • W4 "Unknown"       • P2; by Arthur Adams; inserted in Previews 

CROW, THE : SALVATION (2000) Dimension Films. 1-card set; given out atthe 2000 San Diego Comic Con; black and white art by James O’Barr; card is a “screening pass” for the film during the 2000 Con; 5 x 7

CRUMB (1995) Sony Pictures Entertainment, Inc. 1-card set; n.n.; photo; back says “Crumb Begins It’s Exclusive San Diego Engagement Friday June 9”; promotes the movie

CRY BABY (no year) Companyn.k.. 1-card set; given at movie theaters; photo; blank back; has rubber “tear drop” which was intended to be peeled off and place on your cheek; 2 x 3

CUDA (1998) Avatar Press. 1-card set; given out at shows; n.n.; art by Tim Vigil; 4 x 6; promotes a comic book.

CULTS ACROSS AMERICA (no year) Atlas Games. 4-card set; given out at shows; 2.25 x 3.25; round corners; promotes a board game; card fronts are identical : a black card with an outline of the U.S., and a yellow “sign” in the middle of a sillhouette of a person with a blow torch; card backs differ : with the  exception of the title card, the card backs are blank except for small print “This card is left intentionally blank for you to customize your own card.”, and a sillhouette of a person with a different weapon
      • n.n. (title and info card)      • n.n. (with a bat)      • n.n. (with a handgun)      • n.n. (with a machinegun)

CULT TELEVISION (1992) Comic Zone Productions. 4-card set; source n.k.; art by Joe Dunn; no indications of being a promo.
      • 1 “The Sixth Finger”      • 2 “Nightmare”       • 3 “The Zanti Misfits”       • 4 “The Duplicate Man”

CYPHER (no year, art copyrighted 1996) Gibbs Smith Publisher. 3-card set; given out at cons; 4 x 5.5; art by Brad Teare; promotes a graphic novel and website
      • n.n. (image big head with 3 smaller faces in circles)        • n.n. (image of the book, says “Admit One”); horizontal       • n.n. “It must have been...”; blank back; 2.25 x 7 7/8

D8 MAGAZINE (no year) Company n.k.; set number n.k.; 3.5 x 5.5; promotes a magazine; unnumbered.

DAILY PLANET PRESS PASS (1998) DC Comics. 1-card set; given out at shops; text only; card is all white with red and black lettering

DAMSELS & THE DAMNED (1998) T.I.S.. 2 Card set;  Art by Don Paresi and Steve Woron; Promoted Card set
      • purple border     • red border

DARK DOMINION (1993) The River Group. Set number n.k..
      • 4-card page (“Peaches, Quantum, Skewer, Galahad”)’ says “Created Exclusively for 1993 San Diego Comic Con” on back; marked “Promo”

DARK HORSE PARTY INVITATION (no year) Dark Horse Comics. 1-card set; source n.k.; n.n.; no art, text only; blank back; 3 x 4; card was used as, what else, a party invitation.

DARK  HORSE  TRADING CARDS (1990) Dark Horse Comics. 36-card set; these cards were released in two ways: a complete set of 24 cards was made available for a short time,  and they were inbound in various Dark Horse Comics as 2-card strips, being folded and stapled into the books. The 2-card strips  measure 8.5 x 3 5/8; the right side of the fold has two cards, the left side has the Dark Horse logo. What follows is a list of the complete set, then as complete a list of the 2-card strips as of this printing
      • 1 “Starstruck”; by Michael Wm. Kaluta • 3 “Aliens”; by Arthur Adams  • 4 “Flaming Carrot”; by Bob Burden
      • 5 “Predator”; by Chris Warner  • 6 “Black Cross”; by Chris Warner  • 7 “The Rocketeer”; by Dave Stevens • 8 “Jr. Carrot Patrol”; by Bob Burden
      • 9 “Mr. Monster”; by Michael Gilbert • 10 “The Terminator”; by Chris Warner • 12 “Concrete”; by Paul Chadwick
      • 13 “Wacky Squirrel”; by Jim Bradrick • 14 “Roachmill”   • 15 “Trekker”; by Ron Randall  • 16 “Homicide”; by Doug Mahnke
      • 17 “Duckman”; by Everett Peck  • 18 “Hard Boiled”; by Geof Darrow  • 19 “The American”; by Chris Warner • 20 “The Mask”; by Mike Richardson
      • 21 “Bob The Alien”; by Rich Rice  • 22 “Give Me Liberty”; by Dave Gibbons • 23 “Wacky St. Clair”; by Chris Chandler • 24 “Checklist”
**2-CARD STRIPS** (cards identical to the above cards)
      • “4-Flaming Carrot, 19-The American” in Predator 2 #1, Predator : Big Game #3 • “21-Bob The Alien, 6-Black Cross” in Predator : Big Game #1
      • “13-Wacky Squirrel, 18-Hard Boiled”   

DARKNESS STICKER (1998) Top Cow /  Wizard Press. 1-sticker set; poly Wizard #; n.n.; art by Marc Silvestri; glow-in-the-dark; 4.5 x 5.5; says “Wizard” on front; blank back

DAVE SEELEY (2000) Self-published.    3-card set; given out at the 2000 San  Diego Comic Con; n.n.; art by Dave Seeley; self-promoting; displays some nudity
      • (in a space craft); 4.25 x 6; postcard

DAVE THOMAS (1999) Topps. 1-card set; given out at a rally at Tampa Stadium; gold foil lettering
      • 00 (image of Dave Thomas from Wendy’s Resteraunts as a hockey goalie)

DAY I SWAPPED MY DAD FOR TWO GOLDFISH (no year) DC / Vertigo Comics.  1-card set; source n.k.; n.n.; 6 x 8.5; art by Dave McKean; promotes a graphic novel

DC BLOODLINES (1993) Skybox. 9-card set; sent to dealers; artists n.k.
**The following cards mirror the above cards with the same name, but the backs are n.n. and do not have the Bloodlines logo; source n.k.
      • n.n. “The Man of Steel”        • n.n. “The Man of Tomorrow”         • n.n. “The Last Son of Krypton”         • n.n. “The Metropolis Kid”

DC COSMIC TEAMS (1993) Skybox. Set number n.k.; sent to dealers
      • P1 “Apparition”

DC MASTER SERIES (1994) Skybox. Set number n.k.; gold foil lettering
**The following cards are 6-card pages;  8 1/8 x 7 3.8; sources n.k
      • ”1-Superman, 2-Supergirl, 3-Superboy, 4-Lex Luther II, 5-Cyborg, 6-Steel”
      • ”13-Live Wire, 14-Saturn Girl, 15-Cosmic Boy, 16-Virus & Pulse, 17-Andromeda, 18-Polestar”
      • ”19-Vril Dox, 20-Captain Atom, 21-Mirage, 22-Martian Manhunter, 23-Nightwing, 24-Geo-Force”; art by Thom Ang, Julie Bell, Paul Lee, Bruce Jensen
      • ”34-Ra’s Al Ghul, 35-Catwoman, 36-Two-Face, 37-Monarch, 38-Vandal Savage, 39-Raven”
      • ”46-Green Lantern, 47-Alan Scott, 48-Guy Gardner, 49-Sinestro, 50-Hal Jordan, 51-Guardians of the Universe”
      • ”55-The Spectre, 56-The Demon, 57-Phantom Stranger, 58-Deadman, 59-Eclipso, 60-Dr. Fate”
      • “76-Triumph, 77-Technocrat & Wilde, 78-The Ray, 79-Starman, 80- Gunfire , 81-Faust”;  all art by Joe Phillips
      • ”82-Hawkman, 83-Hawkwoman, 84-The Guardian, 85-Wonder Woman, 86-Blue Beetle & Booster Gold, 87-Black Canary”
      • ”70-Aquaman, 71-Huntress, 72-The Atom, 88-Power Girl, 89-Shazam!, 90-Checklist”; art by Hector Gomez, John Bolton, Steve Rude
      • “25-Battalion, 26-Arsenal, 27-Ferrin Colos, 73-Damage, 74-Anima, 75-Argus” by Lou Harrison and Joe Phillips

DC POWER CHROME : LEGENDS ‘95 (1995) Skybox. Set number n.k.; sent to dealers; chromium.
**The following cards are 2-card strips measuring  5 1/8 x 3.5
      •  “21-Superboy, 150-Checklist  B”; art by Tom Grummet  • “52-Triumph, 63-Garv” by Mike Miller and  A. Jorgensen
      • “140-Kinetix, 4-Batman” by M. Huddleston and G. Nolan 
**The following are 4-card pages measuring 5 x 7
      • “125 -Willpower, 101-Circe, 11-Metamorpho, 129-Sentinel” by N. Choles, Brian Bolland, C.Wojtkiewicz, and Jim Balent
      • “16-Ice Maiden , 106-Count Viper, 102-Death Masque, 15-Obsidian”; art by Steve Lieber, Howard Porter, and M. Rogers

DC VERSUS MARVEL COMICS (1995) Fleer/ Skybox. 4-card set.
       • n.n. "Mirage"; linticular motion; card contains three images: Wolverine, Batman, and text that says "And Two Shall Become One"; art by Jim Balent

DEADLY ROSES (1996) Vision Ware InterActive. 4-card set; source n.k.; promotes a website/cyber comic book; n.n.; 4.25 x 5.5; all cards have the same back and same front text; the front image is the only difference from card to card
      • (woman with staff)          • (woman with large gun)           • (woman with handgun); horizontal          • (woman with wings); horizontal

DEANA, RAVEN OF THE DARK (1998) First Call Productions. 2-card set; source n.k.; photos.
      • P1                      • P2

DEATH : THE TIME OF YOUR LIFE (1996) DC Comics. 2-card set; n.n.; B&W art by Chris Bachalo; post card; 4 x 6; “For Promotional Purposes Only” on back; promotes comic
       • (with coffee)         • (sitting with umbrella)

DEATH KEEP HINT CARD (no year) TSR, Inc. 1-card set; given out at computer software stores; front marked “Collector’s Edition Series No. 1”; card made to look like a phone card; used for calling a number to get game tips; 2 1/8 x 3 3/8

DEATHMATE (1993) Upper Deck. 2-card set; sent to dealers.
       • 6-card sheet; given out at, and marked on border “1993 Diamond Fall Fling”; the six cards are the same cards used in the chase cards in the regular issue set

DECADE OF DARK HORSE (no year) Dark Horse Comics. 2-card set; given out at  various conventions; blank backs; cards are identical except for color; art by Paul Chadwick; says “Celebrating Ten Years...” on front; 1.75 x 7; promotes the comic book company’s tenth anniversary
       • red background        • blue background

DEITY (1997) Hyperwerks. 4-card set; art by Karl Alstetter; 6 x 8.5
      • (girl with cat; brown background); says “New Dimension Comics” on back            • (six characters); horizontal            • (four demons); horizontal

DEL RAY BOOK CARDS (Year n.k.) Del Ray. Set number n.k.; oversize; 2.5 x 4.5; Given out at cons and book stores; promotes various book releases; color art on front;
      • 1 “Unknown”        • 2 “Unknown”       • 3 “Unknown”         • 4 “Unknown”        • 5 “Unknown”         • 6 “Unknown”         • 7 “Unknown”
      • 8 “Unknown”        • 9 “Unknown”       • 10 “Unknown”       • 11 “Unknown”       • 12 “Unknown”

DESERT STORM (1991) DSI. 3-card set; dealer promo; photo
      • n.n. “F-15 Eagle”        • n.n. “M60 Main Battle Tank”         • n.n. “M60-A1 Tank and CH-53 Helicopter”

DESERT STORM LANDFORCE SERIES TWO (1991) Crown Sports.  9-card set; sent to dealers; all marked “Prototype” on front; art by Joseph McFair.
      • 1 “Multiple Launch Rocket System”      • 2 “M-2 Bradley”                • 3 “F-14 Tomcat”        • 4 “M1A1 Abrams”          • 5 “M113 Armored Personnel Carrier”
      • 6 “M109 Self Propelled Howitzer”         • 7 “V-600 Commando”        • 8 “Chieftain”              • 9 “Series Checklist”

DESERT STORM SKYFORCE SERIES ONE (1991) Crown Sports .9-card set;  sent to dealers; all marked “Prototype” on front; art by Joseph McFair.
      • 1 “A-10 Thunderbolt”        • 2 “F117A Stealth”        • 3 “F-14 Tomcat”        • 4 “F/A-18 Hornet”        • 5 “F-15 Eagle”         • 6 “A-6 Intruder”          • 7 “A-7 Corsair”
      • 8 “A-4 Skyhawk”              • 9 “Series Checklist”

DESERT STORM  SKYFORCE SERIES THREE (1991) Crown Sports. 9-card set; sent to dealers; all marked “Prototype” on front; art by Joseph McFair.
      • 1 “LCAC Landing Craft”                • 2 “USS America”         • 3 “MSO Mine Sweeper”         • 4 “Amphibious Assuault Vehicle”        • 5 “USS Longbeach”
      • 6"Frigate USS Reid (FFG-30)”        • 7 “USS Inchon”           • 8 “USS Wisconsin”                • 9 “Series Checklist”

DESTROY ALL ROBOTS (Year n.k.) TIXE Publishers. Set number n.k.; Australian Issue; Promotes card set; All Have “Promo” in large letters on back
     • P1 "Evil Tree"        • P3 "No Transportation"        • P4 "500 Foot Robot"        • n.n. “Postcards”; Uncut sheet of 2 postcards; Stamped Promo on back

DEVIL GIRL CHOCO BAR (1998) Kitchen Sink Press. 1-card set; given at 1998 San Diego ComiCon; n.n.; art by R. Crumb; 8 x 5.5 on 1/8 inch card stock; promotes a candy bar

DIG HINT CARD, THE (1995) LucasArts Entertainment Company. 1-card set; given at computer dealers; looks like a phone card; used to call and get game tips; 2 1/8 x 3 3/8

DIGIMON INTRODUCTORY SERIES 1 (1999) Bandai. 7-card set; source n.k.; each card marked “Fox Kids” on back.
     • 1 “Tai & Koromon”            • 2 “Matt & Tsunomon”            • 3 “Sora & Yokomon”            • 4 “Izzy & Motimon”            • 5 “Mimi & Tanemon”
      • 6 “Joe & Bukamon”           • 7 “T.K. & Tokomon”

DIM-WITTED DARRYL (1998) Slave Labor Graphics. 1-card set; given at 1998 San Diego ComiCon; n.n. “Trampoline!”; B&W art Michael Bresnahan; 4.25 x 5.5; promotes comic

DINOFACTS (1987) Sunkist Fun Fruits Fruit Snacks.  Set number n.k.; Given out one per pack of Sunkist Fun Fuits Fruit Snacks.
       • A3 “Unknown” 

DINOFACTS (1988) Sunkist Fun Fruits Fruit Snacks.  Set number n.k.; Given out one per pack of Sunkist Fun Fuits Fruit Snacks.
       • B6 “Unknown” 

DINOSAUR (2000) Disney. 6-card set; source n.k.; n.n.; promotes the movie; came in a 9-card cello pack; six cards were for Dinosaur, the other three were advertisement cards (two of which are noted below; see Rip Girls for the ninth card)
      • (title card); lenticular motion          • “Misfits”                              • “Carnotaurs”                                          • “A New Arrival”
      • “Trouble In Paradise”                   • “Prehistoric Panorama”           • mail-in rebate for the soundtrack                 • advertisement card for a CD-ROM

DINOSAURS (1992) DinoCardz.  20 Card set;  given out by Pepsi, each card has Pepsi logo on back.  Cards 1-10 came 1 per packs of Pepsi, 11-20 where in a pack redemption offer.
      • 1 “Unknown”                                               • 2 “Tyrannosaurus” (Found with Kraft logo)          • 3 “Oviraptor” (Found with Kraft logo)
      • 4 “Kentrosuarus” (Found with Kraft logo)           • 5 “Unknown”                                                • 6 “Unknown”
      • 7 “Unknown”                                                • 9 “Unknown”                                                 • 10 “Unknown”

DINOSAURS (Year n.k.) Salerno Foods Inc.  12 Card set; Given out one per pack of Salerno Foods.  Fronts have watercolor Artwork of Dinosaurs, backs give info on dinosaurs.
     • 1 “Unknown”       • 3 “Unknown”       • 4 “Unknown”      • 5 “Unknown”       • 6 “Unknown”       • 9 “Unknown”       • 10 “Unknown”      • 12 “Unknown”

DINOSAURS (1993) Farleys Candy Company.   4 Card set; Given out 1 per box of Farley Snacks.  Fronts have watercolor Artwork of Dinosaurs, backs have info on dinosaur.
      • “Unknown”

DINOSAURS ATTACK! (1991) Topps. 1-card set; printed on the back cover Dinosaurs Attack! #1 comic book by Eclipse Comics; 6.75 x 10.5; **does NOT promote the card set.; 4-card -page; Bonus Card A “Whom Gods Destroy”, Bonus Card B “Season’s Bleedings”, Bonus Card C “The Unfriendly Skies”, Bonus Card D “Three Men Lose a Baby” by Herb Trimpe, by Earl Norem, and Gary Gerani

DIRT TRAX '92 (1992) VRP. 3-card set; sent to dealers; photos.
      • 1 "Freddy Smith"       • 2 "Rodney Combs"       • 3 "Scott Bloomquist"

DISNEY : A  MAGICAL PARTNERSHIP  (1996) Upper Deck. 2-card set, one card being normal size, the other card measuring 5 x 4.5 (image is the same on both cards); n.n.;   die-cut, embossed, and etched gold foil background; foreground shows Mickey, Donald, Minne, Goofy, and Pluto reading a book; the card back has an image of Winnie-the-Pooh and says “For Promotional Purposes Only”.  This card was produced by Upper Deck to show Disney what kind of quality card they could produce after getting the Disney License.

DISNEY CARL BARKS: HEROES AND VILLIANS (Year n.k.) Walt Disney Company.  Set number n.k.; Given one per issue of Carl Barks Art books.
      • 11 “Unknown”       • 13 “Unknown”       • 14 “Unknown”       • 16 “Unknown”       • 17 “Unknown”       • 20 “Unknown”       • 21 “Unknown”        • 22 “Unknown”
      • 24 “Unknown”       • 26 “Unknown”       • 27 “Unknown”       • 29 Unknown”         • 30 “Unknown”

DISNEY DVD LITHOGRAPHS (1999) Disney. 7-card set; given out at Best Buy stores with the purchase of a DVD of the same title as the card listed below; each came in a 1-card cello-pack; n.n.; thin stock; 5 x 7
      • “Hercules”      • “Jungle Book”      • “Lady and the Tramp”       • “Lion King II”      • “Little Mermaid”      • “Mulan”       • “Peter Pan”

DISNEYLAND COMMEMORATIVE COLLECTORS CARDS SERIES 2 (1998) Disneyland.  12 card set; Given to Annual Passholders; Each card came in a special folder;
      • 4 “Hitchhiking Ghosts”       • 10 “Golden Horseshoe”        • n.n. “Mickey Mouse at the Happiest Place on earth”

DISNEY STICKER PUZZLES (year n.k.) General foods.  Set number n.k.; 2 x 2; Cards open up and have stickers pieces inside that can be stuck together to make a character;
      • 2 “Unknown”      • 3 “Unknown”      • 4 “Unknown”      • 5 “Unknown”      • 6 “Unknown”      • 7 “Unknown”

DISNEY SUNCOAST VIDEO CELL CARDS (Various Years) Walt Disney Home Video. Set number n.k.; Plastic cell card given at Suncoast stores with purchase of Disney video.
      • 117 “Unknown"

DISNEY TOON CHANNEL (2000) Frito Lay.  5 card set; came one per bag of Frito Lay products; 1.5 x 2.5;
     • 1 "Unknown"      • 2 "Unknown"      • 3 "Unknown"      • 4 "Unknown"       • 5 "Pluto"

DOG T.A.G.S. (1993) Bugged-Out Comics. 1-cardset; show promo; purple and white artwork; 3 x 4 1/8

DOUBLE JAPAN (no year) No company mentioned. Set number n.k.; displays illustrated nudity; back contains text in a foreign language
      • Promo Card #0 (nude woman and a brown ghost); polybagged Double Japan comic book

DRAGONBALL Z (2000) score.  7- card set; CCg game promo came one per Burger king kids meal; cartoon art;
      • BK2 “Unknown”      • BK7 “Unknown”

DRAGONBALL Z (2000) Score.  Set number n.k.; CCG Game cards with rounded corners;
      • P1 "Unknown"       • P2 "Unknown"      • P3 "Unknown"      • P6 "Unknown"

DRAGONBALL Z (2000) Viz Comics.   1-card set; given out at the 2000 San Diego Comic Con; art by Akira Toriyama; blank back; promotes a comic book;         

DREAM (1993) ZuZepetal Press. 1-card set; given out at shows; black and white art by Lance Hutto; card is folded in middle; 5.5 x 4.25

DREAM CARS 2ND EDITION (1992) Panini. Set number n.k.; dealer promo; photos
      • 4-card sheet (“44- 1988 Lamborghini Portofino, 93- 1963 Chevrolet Corvette Sting Ray, 43-1954 Bentley R-Type Continental, 71- 1980 Kaminari Corvette”); 7.25 x 5.25

DREAM CRASHERS (1997) Immortal Nights Studio. 1-card set; given out at conventions; n.n.; art by Steve Prescott; 4.25 x 5.25; promotes the comic book.

DREAM MACHINES (1991) Lime Rock. Set number n.k.; Given out at 1991 National Sports Collectors Convention; All have Convention Logo printed on front in Silver
      • 4 “1971 Ford Cupri”  

DR. SUESS’ HOW THE GRINGH STOLE CHRISTMAS (2000) Dynamic Forces.; 33-card set; singles cards dealer promo and given out at shows; photos
      • P39 (Grinch animated); inserted randomly in packs; reportedly the hardest one to get
**Note : Don’t be fooled by the skip numbering of the promos. There is only the  five cards. The company numbered them this way for no real reason.
**The following are uncut sheets and strips of the promosas listed above. The company inserted these as case toppers in a random fashion, sort of a luck of the draw method. You could get a 9-card sheet or a 4-card sheet and two 2-card strips.
      • 6-card sheet; three cards across and two cards down (P13, P39, P1, P19, n.n., P13)
      • 4-card sheet (P39, P1, n.n., P13)            • 6-card sheet; two cards across and three cards down (P39, P1, n.n., P13, P1, P19)
      • 3-card vertical strip (P13, P19, P39)        • 3-card vertical strip (P1, P13, P19)           • 3-card vertical strip (P39, n.n., P1)        • 3-card horizontal strip (P19, n.n., P13)
      • 3-card horizontal strip (P39, P1, P19)      • 3-card horizontal strip (P13, P39, P1)
      • 2-card vertical strip (P39, n.n.)               • 2-card vertical strip (P1, P13)                  • 2-card vertical strip (P13, P19)               • 2-card horizontal strip (n.n., P13)
      • 2-card horizontal strip (P1, P19)             • 2-card horizontal strip (P39, P1)
**The following are “Sample” autograph cards, being marked “Sample” where the autograph would be; they were inserted randomly in foil packs of Grinch cards; each sample has three different ink colors
      • BA1 (black ink); 25 made      • BA1 (blue ink); 15 made       • BA1 (red ink); 10 made          • BA2 (black ink); 25 made        • BA2 (blue ink); 15 made
      • BA2 (red ink); 10 made         • BA3 (black ink); 25 made      • BA3 (blue ink); 15 made        • BA3 (red ink); 10 made           • BA4 (black ink); 25 made
      • BA4 (blue ink); 15 made       • BA4 (red ink); 10 made

DR WHO DEFINATIVE COLLECTION (2000) Strickly Ink. Set number n.k.; Photo; Promotes England card set;
      • DWM-1 “The Daleks Are Back!”; included with Doctor Who Magazine #298        • DWM-2 “The 8th Doctor Paul McGann”; included with Doctor Who Magazine #299

DUCKS UNLIMITED CANADA WETLANDERS SERIES (various years) Ducks Unlimted Canada. Set number n.k.; given out by the company at trade shows; photos.
     (1992) • n.n. “Canada Goose”             • n.n. “Great Blue Heron”             • n.n. “Mallard”                   • n.n. “Wood Duck”
     (1993) • n.n. “Blue-winged Teal”        • n.n. “Leopard Frog”                   • n.n. “Muskrat”                  • n.n. “Northern Pintail”
     (1994) • #9 “Black Duck”                  • #11 “Whitetail Deer”                  • #12 “Harlequin Duck”
     (1998) • #13 “Moose”                       • #14 “Green-Winged Teal”           • #15 “Beaver”                     • #16 “Red-Winged Blackbird”
EARTH TRIBE (1999) Hangar 020 Productions. Set number n.k.; given out at the 1999 San Diego Comic Con; black and white art.
      • n.n. “Covering Their Escape”

EARTH TRIBE (2000) Hangar 020 Productions. 12-card set; given out at the 2000 San Diego Comic Con; as to what it promotes I am uncertain (I believe a web-comic book)
      • n.n. (logo); blank back; 3.75 x 5         • n.n. “Grey Alien”; blank back; 3.25 x 5                • Promo #1 “Steve Towers”
      • Promo #2 “Nikki Styles”                  • Promo #3 “Sheila Guttierez”                                • Promo #4 “Jennifer Sheldon” • Promo #5 “Charles Carr”
**The cards listed below are lamentated in plastic to replicate i.d. badges; the top of the card front says “ERT” and on  bottom say “Security Clearance Level Q” followed by a badge number.  The last digit of the badge number is the number used to list each card below; blank backs.
      • 1 “Steve Towers”       • 2 “Nikki Styles”        • 3 “Jennifer Sheldon”       • 4 “Shiela Guttierez”       • 5 “Charles Carr”

EBONY WARRIOR (1993) Ania Press. 1-card set; n.n.; art by Erik Larsen: stapled into Ebony Warrior #1 comic book; 7 x 3.5

EDEN MATRIX (no year) Adhesive Comics. Set number n.k.; source n.k.; 4.25 x 5.5

EL HAZARD 2 (1995) AIC/Pioneer LDC. Set number n.k.; source n.k.
      • n.n. “Kalia”       • n.n. “Nanami”

ELIZABETH WATERS’ CHANGING FATE (1994) DAW Books. 1-card set; given out at bookstores; n.n.; 2 x 7.5; promotes the release of a book

ELVIS (1993) International, Inc.    1-cardset; source n.k.; front is a hologram of elvis with a signature “Sincerely Yours, Elvis”; the same image is used on the Rockstreet Elvis Presley hologram (see seperate listing); the back say “1935-1977 The King” and is marked “Promo”

Elvis (River Group)
**Listed below are samples of the insert cards used in foil packs for this set.  The fronts are identical to the regular set  inserts, but the backs are blank; fronts are etched foil.
      • “Are You Lonesome Tonight”      • “I Need Your Love Tonight”

ELVIS COLLECTION (1992) The River Group. 12-card set; source n.k.; photos; all maked “Promo” on back.
      • 2 “#1 Hits”    

ELVIS PRESLEY (1993) Rockstreet. Set number n.k.
      • 4-card sheet; same exact cards as listed above (#1 of 4 thru #4 of 4); 5 x 7

EMERALD GIRLS (1996) Silver Star Productions. Set number n.k.; Photo’s; ADULT Oriented; All say “Promo” on back
      • 1 of 8 “Unknown”        • 2 of 8 “Unknown”       • 5 of 8 “Unknown”       • 7 of 8 “Unknown”        • 8 of 8 “Unknown” 

EMPTY LOVE STORIES (no year) Slave  Labor Graphics. 1-card set; given out at   various conventions; card is all pink; art by Mike Allred; 4.25 x 5.25; promotes a comic book

ERECTOR SET (1996) Avatar Projects, Inc. 15-card set; sent to dealers; 2.5 x 4.5; photos of women exercising in bikinis.
      • 9-card page; ; 8 x 14; numbered “Preview Card” #1 thru #9; same images as the above mentioned cards

EUDAEMON (1993) Press Pass. 4-card set; art by Nelson DeCastro. Actual set never  released.
      • n.n. 3-card page; 8.5 x 6.75; “The Living Fall-Out Shelter, Volkarra, Jackowl”; silver foil border on each card; sent to dealers; art by Nelson DeCastro, Jordan Raskin
      • n.n. 2-card strip; 5 x 3.25; “The Living Fall-Out Shelter, Volkarra” by Nelson DeCastro; same two images as on the 3-card page

EXECUTIVE SPORTS MONTHLY (1992) Executive Sports Monthly. Set number n.k.; source n.k.
      • n.n. “Garth Brooks”; photo; back says “Country Music’s Entertainer of the Year 1991-92”

EXILES (1993) Malibu Comics. 1-card set; given out at cons; n.n. art by Paul Pellitier; blank back; 7 x 10.5; promotes a comic book

EXOTIC DREAMS (1992) All Sports Marketing, Inc. Set number n.k.; photos of cars with women.
      • 40 “Mickie with Porche 959 Coupe”; marked “Prototype” on back.                           • 3-card strip; 3.5 x 7.5; cards are numbered 11, 12, 13; marked “Prototype” on back.
      • 3-card strip; 3.5 x 7.5; cards are numbered 17, 18, 19; marked “Prototype” on back.

EXTREME STUDIOS (1994) Card Illustrated. 10-card set poly Cards Ill #3. There are three cards in each issue, so you had to buy three copies of the same magazine to get all 10 cards
      • 9 “Extreme Studios” (checklist) 

EXTREME STUDIOS CHARACITURE (1993) Extreme Studios. Set number n.k.; source n.k.  cards feature characitures of different members of Extreme Studios; n.n.;   2.75 x 4.25;
       • ”Marat Mychaels”  

FAMILY TIES (1997) Top Cow Productions. Set number n.k.
       • n.n.; same front image as the  above two cards, but the background is all black; the card back is green and lists company employees; source n.k.

FAMOUS COMIC BOOK CREATOR (1991) Eclipse. Set number n.k.; photo fronts; card backs displays artwork by the artist featured on front
       • 2-card strip; 3.5 x 7; “10-George Perez, 65-Sergio Aragones”; both say “Sample” and have a Diamond logo on back; inbound Previews March 1991.

FATE MAGAZINE (1997) Fate Magazine. 10-card set; poly various issues of Fate Magazine; each card is a 5-card perforated page, 7.5 x 10.75, with each of the 5 cards measuring 2.5 x 3.5; artists n.k.; cards feature different magazine covers.
       • Set Seven (cards 36 thru 40); in October 1997

FELIX (no year) Edition Quasimodo.   Set Number n.k.; dealer promo; self-promoting;  n.n.; art by Felix.
       • (spaceship in corner); black and white art       • “My Bloody Valentine”          • “Bunker Soundmix”        • “Affare Hong Kong”

FELIX III: BAD GIRLS & GOOD GUYS (1996) Edition Quasimodo.  2 card set; each card says “Additional Promo # 1 or 2 of 2 on back.
      • 1 of 2 “Unknown” 

FELIX III : BAD GIRLS & GOOD GUYS (1996) Edition Quasimodo. 14-card set; sent to dealers; art by Felix; provocative artwork; this is a German issue
      • 8 “Indiana Josie” 

FELIX ART BOX (1997) Edition Quadimodo. Set number n.k.; sent to dealers; this a German issue; these card are actually sleeves to put phone cards in
      • Promo Art Box 3 “Unknown”         • Promo Art Box 5 “Unknown” 

FILTH AND THE FURY, THE (2000) Fine Line Pictures. 1-card set; store promo; promotes a showing of a movie in San  Diego; 4.25 x 6

FIREARM (1993) Malibu Comics. 1-card set; given out at cons; n.n.; art by Cully Hamner; blank back; 10.25 x 6.5; promtes a comic book

FISH-O-SAURS CARDS (1994) Van De Kamps.   8 card set; Came one per package of Van De Kamps Fish products.
       • n.n. “Supersaur”        • n.n. “Unknown”        • n.n. “Unknown”         • n.n. “Unknown”

FLASH CARDS (1996) Mother Productions. 2-card set; photo's; ADULT Oriented; "Promotional card" on back;
       • 2 of 2 "Unknown"

FORTY WINKS (1997) Oddjobs Limited. Set number n.k.; given out at conventions;   promotes the comic; measure 2 x 7; have rouded corners.
       • (3 characters); horizontal  • (girl with gun, monster)

FOX-O-RAMA (1994) Fox. 8-card set; given at 7-11 stores; promotes a gimmick on Fox Network for “Aroma-Vision”; each has number on front to scratch and sniff; photos; 4 x 3
       • #1 “Revenge of the Nerds IV”       • #2 “Revenge of the Nerds IV”        • #3 “Revenge of the Nerds IV”        • #4 “Revenge of the Nerds IV”

FRACTAL COMICS (no year) Fractal Comics. Set number n.k.; given out at shows
      • n.n.; card front has an image of a man in round glasses, with a white  space on the bottom (probably for signing); back says “Fractal Comics Corp.”, done with a  blue stamp

FREAKIE MAGNET TRADING CARDS (1997) Freakie Magnet Magazine. 18-sticker set; n.n.; poly various issues of Freakie Magnet Magazine, three stickers to an issue.
      • ”Monkey Arms” by M. Kirscht        • ”Brew Berry” by Joe Riley        • ”Qwap” by B. Deegan

FREE ENTERPRISE (1999) Mindfire Entertainment.  5 card set; photo; given out at conventions;
      • 1 of 4 “Unknown”       • 3 of 4 “Unknown”

FRIENDLY COMICS (1993) Friendly Comics, Inc. Set number n.k.; n.n.; displays illustrated nudity
      • “Alexandra”        • “Candy”                                     • “Desiree”            • “Erica”; silver prismatic border         • “Heather”
      • “Jimmie”            • “Julie”; silver prismatic border       • “Lace”               • “Lillith”                                       • “Samantha”               • “Stevie”

FUSHIGI YUGI : THE MYSTERIOUS PLAY (1995) Fuji Creative Corperation. 8-card set; given out at shows; n.n.; Japanese animation.
      • “Chiriko”       • “Hotohori”       • “Miaka Yuki”       • “Mitsukake”       • “Nuriko”        • “Tamahome”      • “Tasuki”      • “Yui Hongo”

FUTURAMA (1999) Fox. 3 card set; came one per issue of TV Guide; Perforated;n.n.
       • “Bender”         • “ “Fry”

FX MULROONEY (1997) I-below Ground Productions. 1-card set; given out at various  conventions; art by C.P. Jackson; card is all green; n.n.; 5.5 x 8.5

GALAXI NOVELS (1994) Cardz. Set  number n.k.; poly in n.k. comic book. They are n.n. These cards are the same ones in the Killzone promo set, except they have the back painted in black, leaving only the company information at the bottom. The fronts are identical to the Killzone cards
      • n.n. “(swimmer)”; same as Killzone #1 promo; artist n.k.
      • n.n. “(woman shooting)”; same as Killzone #2 promo. This card is stamped in white on the back and reads “Thomas Tonkin”; art by Dan Panosian

GALAXY QUEST (1999) Dream Works, LLC. 9-card set; source n.k.; came in a     9-card cello-pack; n.n.; photos; promotes the movie; listed here in the order they were in the pack.
       • (header card); blank back                          • “Commander Peter Quincy Taggart”                                   • “Lieutenant Tawny Madison”                  • “Dr. Lazarus”
      • “Episode 41, The Bivrakium Element”       • “Episode 52, Today Is The Tomorrow Of Our Yesterday”      • “Thermians From The Klatu Nebula”        • “Roth’h’ar Sarris”
      • “The Crew Of The NSEA Protector”

GAME GEAR (1994) Sega. Set number n.k.; source n.k.
      • n.n. “Sonic the Hedgehog : Triple Trouble” by n.k.; 3 x 4        • n.n. “Sonic”; milkcap; 1 5/8” diameter       • n.n. (red fox?); milkcap; 1 5/8” diameter

GAME OF DEATH (no year) Media Asia. 6-card set; inserted in the Bruce Lee toy of the same name, all six together; n.n.; photos; backs marked “Not For Sale”
      • (illustration, white backgrounnd)        • (hand up)         • (orange shirt)        • (yellow and black striped shirt)         • (head-lock)         • (fighting stance)

GAME PLAYERS ULTIMATE THREE OF ‘94 (1994) Game Players Magazine. 1-card set; poly Game Player’s Magazine (ish n.k.); n.n.; artists n.k.; 3-card page featuring: “Donkey Kong Country, Earthworm Jim, Sonic & Knuckles”; 7.5 x 3.5.

GARBAGE PAIL KIDS THE MOVIE (1987) Atlantic Releasing Corporation. 4-card set; n.n.; backs say “Special Collectors Edition Compliments of...”; 4 x 6; promotes the movie
      •  “Ali Gator”        •  “Nat Nerd”         •  “Valerie Vomit”       •  “Windy Winston”

GARFIELD (1988) Whitehall Robins.  Set number n.k.; Given out at Whitehall Robins Pharmacies, Canada; Comic art; Backs in French and English
      • 1 “Unknown”      • 2 “Unknown”      • 3 “Unknown”            • 4 “Unknown”

GENERATION X COLLECTORS’ PREVIEW (no year) Marvel Comics. 1-card set; given at shops; n.n.; art by Chris Bachalo;  6 x 4; promotes the Collectors’ Preview comic book

GEORGE STRAIGHT FAN CLUB CARDS (1992/1993) Richards and Southern. Set number n.k.;
       • 2 “Unknown”       • 3 “Unknown”       • 5 “Unknown”        • 6 “Unknown”         • 7 “Unknown”
       • 8 “Unknown”       • 9 “Unknown”       • 10 “Unknown”       • 11 “Unknown”       • 12 “Unknown”       • 13 “Unknown”       • 14 “Unknown”

GEORGE W. BUSH (2000) Bush For President, Inc. Set number n.k.; source n.k.
       • 001;  front says “GOPs Best hope  for 2000”

GERTIE THE DINOSAUR (2000) Gertie The Dinosaur, LLC. Set number n.k.; given out at the 2000 San Diego Comics Con
       • n.n. “Titanic Rip-Off”

G.I. JOE COLLECTORS’ CLUB (no year) Company n.k.; 3-card set; source n.k. Card backs have a red stamp “G.I. Joe Collectors’ Club” and otherwise blank; art by n.k.
      • 1 “(G.I. Joe doll)”; photo          • 2 “(soldier shooting bazooka)”         • 3 “(2 images : shooting jeep, man with gun)”; 5 x 3.5

GIRLS ON CARDS (1994) Bill & Bob’s  Excellent Venture. 2-card set; n.n.; black and white art by Nghia Lam
       • unsigned (roughly 150)

G-NINE (1997) Dark World Comics / Entertainment, Inc. Set number n.k.; sent to dealers and given out at shows; promotes the comic book.
       • n.n. 4 x 6; postcard; art by n.k

GODZILLA WIDEVISION (1998) Inkworks.  4 card set;  4.75 x 2.5.
       • P1 “Guess who’s making an impact...”; 2.5 x 3.5; card was not distributed and most copies destroyed; reportedly only 25 were saved

GODZILLA FORCE (1994) Trendmasters. Set number n.k.; Given out 1 per trendmasters Godzilla Force toys; Comic Artwork;
       • n.n. “Pete Richards”

GOONIES (Year n.k.) General Mills Foods Canada. Set number n.k.; Came one per package of General mills Cereals Canada; Backs in English and French
       • 1 “Unknown”         • 2 “Unknown”        • 3 “Unknown”        • 4 “Unknown”        • 5 “Unknown”

GRANDE CHEESE PIZZA MONSTER SERIES (2000) Grande Cheese Company. 5-card set; given out at convenience stores at Halloween who carried Grande Cheese products; n.n.; glow in the dark;  2.25 x 3.25; promotes the company.
       • “Cheeselda”       • “Frankenslice”        • “Monsterella”        • “Mummy Melt”       • “Phantom Feast”

GREASE MONKEY (1995) Kitchen Sink Press. 1-card set; source n.k.; n.n. postcard; 6 1/8 x 4; art by Tim Elred; promotes a comic book

GUYVER: BIO-BOOSTER ARMOUR (1996) Manga Video. Set number n.k.; 2.74 x 4.25; Came one per Guyver Video Tape;
      • Data 1 “Unknown”         • Data 2 “Unknown”       • Data 3 “Unknown”       • Data 4 “Unknown”       • Data 5 “Unknown”

HAMMER GIRLS (1992) Stadium Sports Publishing. 1-card  set; given out at the 13th National Sportcard Collectors  Convention; marked on back “13th National Sportcard Collectors Convention July 10, 11, +12, 1992 Atlanta, GA”; back also says “1` of 5,000”
      • n.n. “Chris Achunde”

HAMMER HORROR SERIES 2 (1996) Cornerstone. 9-card set; sent to dealers; photos
      • P2 (werewolf); unreleased variant

HARD BALL (no year) Disney. 8-card set; promotes a television show on Fox; all eight cards came toether in a cello-pack; this was a television station promo; n.n.; photos; the order listed here is the order they cmae in the pack
      • (title card)                  • “Dave Logan”             • “Mike Widmer”              • “Lee Emory”            • “Ernest “Happy” Talbot”
      • “Frank Valentine”       • “Lloyd LaCombe”       • “Hardball Mascot”

HARLEM GLOBETROTTERS (1998) Denny’s.  Set number n.k.; Lenticular; Given out one per meal at Denny’s Restaurants
      • # 1  “Unknown”       • # 2  “Unknown”        • #31  “Unknown”       • #41  “Unknown”       • #51  “Unknown”       • # 61  “Unknown”
      • #71  “Unknown”       • #81  “Unknown”       • #91  “Unknown”       • # 10  “Unknown”      • # 11 “Unknown”       • # 12  “Unknown”
      • # 13  “Unknown”      • # 14  “Unknown”      • # 15  “Unknown”      • # 16  “Unknown”      • # 18  “Unknown”      • # 19  “Unknown”      • # 20  “Unknown”

HARLEY-DAVIDSON COLLECTION (1994) Skybox; Set number n.k.; source n.k.;
     • 8.5 x 11 sheet featuring four cards; photos; back of the sheet has a serial number at the bottom; number produced not known; there are at least 4,612 and probably more

HELLRAISER : BLOODLINE (1995) Dimension Films. 1-card set; source n.k.; n.n.; blank back; 4 x 6; promotes the movie

HENCHMEN OF HORROR (2000) Good Stuff Cards. 1-card set; available through the mail and at select shows; black and white photo.

HERCULES (1997) Nestle USA Foods.  4 card set; Lenticular mini cards; Given 1 per pack of Nestle Ice cream Products; 1.5 x 2.25;
      • 2 of 4 “Unknown””

HERCULES MEGA MOTION CARDS (1997) Kelloggs Australia.  6 card set; Lenticular cards; given out 1 per box of Kelloggs Rice Bubbles in Australia;
      • 1 “Unknown”          • 4 “Unknown”

HERCULES MALL TOUR (1997) Disney. 9-card set; handed out during a mall tour to promote the movie; each card has a  coupon for items at McDonald’s resteraunts; there are three different coupons for each card image
      • n.n. (monster); desert coupon       • n.n. (monster); food coupon           • n.n. (monster); drink coupon         • n.n. (girl); desert coupon
      • n.n. (girl); food coupon               • n.n. (girl); drink coupon                • n.n. (old guy); desert coupon        • n.n. (old guy); food coupon
      • n.n. (old guy); drink coupon

HEROES OF THE PERSIAN GULF (1991) Lime Rock. Set number n.k.; source n.k.;  photos; no indications of being a promo.
      • n.n. “F-15 Eagle”         • n.n. “B-52 Stratofortress”

HI FLYERS (1991) Champs Marketing Inc.  Set number n.k.; Gold stamped on front “Uncirculated Champs 91 Prototype”;
      • UNC 91 “Kriss Kringle”; front  marked “Uncirculated *1 of 1250* Distributor Gift” in gold foil; came  in a top loader marked “Champs” in silver foil; sent to dealers as a “thank you” and Christmas card; came in an envelope saying “Thank You”, with “Champs” in silver foil; inside the folder is an explanation of the card; folder is 6.25 x 12 when opened

HI FLYERS '92 (1992) Champs. Set number n.k.; sent to dealers; gold foil "Prototype" stamp on either front or back; photos of motorcross racing.
      • 10 "Tadao Ogishima"      • 24 "Buddy Antunez"                        • 35 "Artist Card 3 of 5"        • 92 "Billy Carston"                • 114 "Damon Bradshaw"
      • 115 "Brian Swink"          • 130 "San Diego 125 SX Action"        • 138 "Jeromy Buehl"           • 10-card sheet; (#s 84, 59, 1, 17, 33, 91, 39, 198, 138, 114); 12.5 x 7

HOCKEY FREAKS (1992) Panini. 2-card set; sent to dealers; back marked “Promo” ; art by Jean-Francois Vachon.
      • n.n. “Everett “Smokey” Garrett”  • n.n. “Steve Koop”

HOLLYWOOD ON WHEELS (Year n.k.) Johnny Lightning. Set number n.k.;  Came one per Johnny Lightning Toy car; Blank back; Photo's; n.n.
      • “Starsky & Hutch”

HOOTERS (1993) Star International. Set number n.k.; dealer promo; photos of women in various outfits; the images used on these cards mirror the images used on the autograph cards from the regular issue set
      • n.n. “Heidi Tenety” (arms across chest); blank back  • n.n. “Heidi Tenety” (in bathing suit); blank back

HOOTERS (1994) Star International. Set number n.k.; dealer promo; photos of women in various outfits
      •n.n. “Rhonda Adams”; back marked “Promo Not For Sale. Sample Only.”

HOT AIRE BALLOONS (1993) Hot Aire Trading Cards. Set number n.k.; sent to dealers; photos; backs marked “Promo Card”, otherwise blank.
      • n.n.; (shows numerous balloons); used as a business card

HOT COUNTRY STEEL (1998) Racing Champions. Set number n.k.; inserted in collectible die-cast cars; n.n.; photos.
      • “Billy Dean”; inserted in the Billy Dean car

HOUSE ON HAUNTED HILL  (1999) Warner Bros. 2-card set
      • n.n. (bloody hand print); handed out at movie theaters; scratch-off contest; 2.5 x 3

HUMONGOUS MAN (1997) IKON Press. 11-card set; given out at Dragon Con 1997; artist n.k.; promotoes a comic book; as of this time, only the cards listed have been produced
      • 1 “Humongous Man”             • 2 “Johnny Behind”              • 3 “The Penumbra”               • 4 “Dr. Relativity”
      • n.n. 4-card page; 5 7/8 x 7; same cards as listed above (1 thru 4) with a 3.4 inch strip on the right side with a web site listed

HUNT FOR MAGENTO CONTEST (1993) Marvel Comics. Set number n.k.; inbound     various Marvel comic books; artist n.k. They are tri-fold cards; scatch-off contest; 7.5 x 3.5. The ones marked “Prototype” are not folded or stapled
       • 1 “messiah”; in Uncanny X-Men #303                                • 1 “messiah”; inbound Previews Vol 3#6; marked “Prototype” on back        • 3 “descendants”; in Sabretooth #2 
       • 3 “descendants”; source n.k.; marked “Prototype” on back      • 5 “rogues”; in Cable #4                                                                      • 6 “exodus”; source n.k.

HUSTLER EMBOSSED (1994) Active Marketing Intl.  Set number n.k.; Embossed Photo’s; ADULT Oriented; All Say “Promotional Card” on back
      • A1 “Rikki Lee”       • A2 “Unknown”       • A5 “Shannon”       • A6 “Amber Lynn”       • A7 “Unknown”       • A8 “Unknown”

HUSTLER EMBOSSED (1994) Active Marketing Intl.  Set number n.k.; Embossed Photo’s; ADULT Oriented; All Say “Promotional Card” on back; numbered of 1100;
      • C2 “Unknown”      • C3 “Kristian”        • C4 “Unknown”        • C5 “Shannon”          • C6 “Amber Lynn”          • C7 “Unknown”
      • C8 “Unknown”      • C9 “Unknown”
* The above 9 cards all say “Made Exclusively for Capitol City Distributors.

HUSTLER EMBOSSED (1994) Active Marketing Intl.  Set number n.k.; Embossed Photo’s; ADULT Oriented; All Say “Promotional Card” on back
      • D2 “Unknown”       • D4 “Unknown”        • D7 “Unknown”       • D8 “Unknown”       • D9 “Unknown”
* The above 9 cards all say “Made Exclusively for Diamond Comic Distributors.

HUSTLER SERIES 1 (1992) Active Marketing. 6 card set; ADULT Oriented; Photo’s;
      • P06 “Unknown”

HUSTLER SERIES 2 (1992) Active Marketing. 6 card set; Numbering continues from promos for series 1, P7-P12; Adult Oriented; Photo’s;
      • P8 “Unknown”        • P9 “Unknown”        • P10 “Unknown” 

HUSTLER SERIES 3 (1994) Active Marketing. 7 card set; Numbering continues from promos for series 2, P13-P18; Adult Oriented; Photo’s;
      • P14 “Unknown”      • P15 “Unknown”      • P16 “Unknown”       • P18 “Unknown”
IMPACT TRADING CARDS (1992) Archie Comics. Set number n.k.; inbound various titles and issues of Impact Comics; each card is folded and stapled into the book; puzzle backs; 6 x 3.5; n.n.; artists n.k.; one half of the card is blank.
       • ”Crusaders”; in The Web #9                                      • ”The Weapon”; in Jaguar #9                              • ”The Original Shield”; in Legend of Shield #10
       • ”Arrachnus”; in Comet #10                                        • ”The Shield” by Kerry Gammill; in Fly #9          • “Captain Commando”; in Legend of Shield Annual #1
       • “The Fly”; inbound Comet Annual #1                        • “Pirate Blue”; in Black Hood Annual #1              • “Templar”
**The above are all 4 7/8 x 3 1/2
       • “The Original Shield”; in Legend of Shield #10            • “Arrachnus”; in The Comet #10                         • “Black Witch”; inbound Legend of Shield #11
**The above are 6 x 3.5
       • 3-card strip; (“Fireball, Black Hood, American Crudaders”); 7 1/2 x 6 7/8; in The Crusaders #1

INDIAN MOTORCYCLES SERIES I (no year) Indian Motorcycles Trading Card Co. Set number n.k.; sent to dealers; photos; n.n.
       • card 1 “1926 Chief”          • card 9 “1917 Power Plus”

INDIANA JONES AND THE INFERNAL MACHINE (no year) Lucasfilm, Ltd.           1-card set; source n.k.; promotes a video game; 3-card sheet; each card is 5 x 3.5; there is a 1” strip on the left side which says “Detach and mail...”; perforated;  the entire sheet measures 6 1/8 x 10.5
      • n.n. (“Shambala..., ...Peru, ...Palawan”

IN LINE MOTORCYCLES (1992) In Line.  12 card set; All cards have prototype running across back
* The following cards are identical to the ones above, except that they have a round silver company sticker on the back which gives the company Phone number and address
     • 04 “Pierce In line 4”      • 05 “Triumph Tiger 100”       • 06 “1913 Indian Single”

INQUEST SPOTLIGHT (Year n.k.) Wizard Press.  Set number n.k.; Came 1 per issue of Inquest Magazine (ish n.k.); Gives tips for magic card game
      • 1 “Unknown”            • 2 “Unknown”

INSPECTOR GADGET (1999) Disney.  7 card set.  Came one per box of fruit snacks; photo; Blank back;
      • 3 of 7 “Unknown”      • 7 of 7 “Unknown”

INSPECTOR GADGET (1999) McDonalds Corporation.  Set number n.k.; Came one per kids meal at McDonalds Restaurants; Has McDonalds Logo on back; n.n.

IRON KIDS BREAD OLYMPICS POP-UPS (1996) Earthgrains.  8 card set; came one per pack of Iron Kids bread; Comic Artwork of Olympic Mascot
      • 1 of 8 “Unknown”        • 3 of 8 “Unknown”        • 4 of 8 “Unknown”      • 5 of 8 “Unknown”        • 6 of 8 “Unknown”        • 7 of 8 “Unknown”       • 8 of 8 “Unknown”

ISAAC OWENS (2000) Self-published. 2-card set; goven out the 2000 San Diego Comic Con; promotes comic artist; marked “San Diego 2000”; n.n.; art by Isaac Owens; 3.5 x 5
      • n.n. (two space warriors)

JADE DYNASTY (1998) Jade Dynasty.  4-card set; given out at the 1998 San Diego ComiCon; n.n.; back says “Not For Sale”; 4.25 x 6;
      • “Blood Scorpion”; by Hui King Sum                       • “Semi Gods & Semi Devils”; by Tony Wong                 • “Solar Lord”; by Khoo Fuk Lung
      • “Super Dragon & Tiger Heroes”; by Tony Wong

JAMES BOND JOHNEY LIGHTNING CAR CARDS (1999) Inkworks.  50 card set; came one card per Johney Lightning Mini car;

JANESKO (2000) Janesko Fine Art, LLC. 1-card set; show promo; promotes an artist’s web-site; art by Jennifer Janesko; postcard; 4 x 6

JLA : EARTH 2 (1999) DC Comics. 1-card set; store promo; promotes a graphic novel; marked “For Promotional Use Only; 2 x 6
       • promo 8188

JOCKEY CARDS (1994) Horse Star Cards, Inc. Set number n.k.; source n.k.; photos
       • n.n. “1993 Triple Crown Jockeys”

JOE JUSKO’S EDGAR RICE BURROUGHS COLLECTION (1994) FPG.  Set number n.k.; all cards are n.n.
       • “Tarzan over dead lion”; sent to dealers. There are two versions of this card. The front image is the same, but the back is different:
       • “purple cliff”           • “with apes”

JOHN BERKEY (1994) FPG. 3-card set; sent to dealers; n.n.
       • (dark blue background); poly Triton #4; same as above, but back has wording arranged differently (Variation)

JOHN BYRNE'S NEXT MEN (1993) Arena Magazine. 2-card set; art by John Byrne; says "Arena" on back
       • n.n.; identical to card above, but the words "Next Men" are in silver ink (as opposed to white); comes in a hard case with a seal of authenticity; source n.k.

JOHN DEERE HISTORY (no date, but is 1993) TCM (company not mentioned on the cards). 3-card set; given out at John Deere dealerships; photos of tractors
      • P1 “1958 530 GP Tractor”        • P2 “1971 JD310 Backhoe Loader”         • P3 “1979 III Lawn Mower”

JOKEMON (2000) Parody Cards Ink. Set number n.k.
       • P1 “Vomitous Maximus”; poly Inquest; front marked “Inquest”

JURASSIC DINOSAURS (1993) Ouzzles With Impact. 4-card set; inserted two cards per Jurassic Dinosaurs puzzles, in random order; n.n.; 5 x 6.75
       • “Allosaurus”        • “Brontosaurus”       • “Stegosaurus”       • “Velociraptor”

JURASSIC PARK (1992) Topps. Set  number n.k.; n.n.; sent to dealers. Promotes the movie card set.
      • n.n. (logo card, black background); front says “Summer 1993”; source n.k.

JURRASIC PARK (1993) Kenner. Set number n.k.; Included 1 per Kenner Jurrasic Park Toy;
       • 2 “Unknown”         • 5 “Unknown”         • 6 “Unknown”        • 7 “Unknown”       • 8 “Unknown”         • 11 “Unknown”        • 31 “Unknown”       • 32 “Unknown”
       • 33 “Unknown”       • 34 “Unknown”        • 35 “Unknown”      • 37 “Unknown”      • 38 “Unknown”       • 39 “Unknown”        • 40 “Unknown”       • 42 “Unknown”
       • 43 “Unknown”       • 44 “Unknown”        • 45 “Unknown”

KABUKI PHONECARDS (1995) Dynamic Entertainment. Set number n.k.; 2.25 x 3 3/8; round corners; art by David Mack; says "Prototype" on back.(Kabuki Phonecards continued)
      • n.n. (painting her back)

KATHY’S KARDS (different years)   Pioneer Graphics. Set number n.k.; dealer promo; photos; unsure of what it  promotes
      • n.n. (1991); back is serial numbered out of 5,000          • n.n. “Season’s Greetings) (1992); back is serial numbered of 3,000

KAYO BOXING (1991) Kayo Cards, Ltd. Set number n.k.; photos
      • 082 “Roberto Duran”       • 133 “Yuri Vaulin”
**The above two cards are marked “The National, Anaheim 1991” across the back; given out at that show.

KAYO FIRE CARDS (1991) Kayo Cards Ltd. 4-card set; source n.k.; photos
      • 000 “1930 Arhens-Fox Quad”       • 000 “E-One Princeton”        • 000 “Pumper #10 Brandon”        • 000 “St. Louis Rescue”

KIDS CUISINE GLOW IN THE DARK DINOSAUR CARDS (1997) Con Agra Frozen Foods.  8 card set; Available one per Kids Cuisine frozen meal.
       • 7 “Unknown” 

KING OF THE HILL: POTENTIAL VICTOM CARDS (1998) Manufacturer n.k.  4 card set; Came in special inserts of TV Guide
      • # 4 “Unknown”

KISS (1992) American Images. Set number n.k.; source n.k.; photo.
      • n.n.; 1992 calendar on back; stamped “promotional” on back.

KISS (1997) Playing Mantis. 50-card set; inserted one per package of Johnny Lighting : Kiss die-cast toy cars; photos. Each card back is identical: a checklist for the set. The checklist mentions titles for each card, but the card front makes no mention of a card title. For example, the #8 card is marked on the checklist as being title “Paul leads the way!”, but on the card front it shows the guy pointing. For listing purposes, I will list the cards as they are listed on the checklist.
      • 1 “KISS family portrait”

KITCHEN SINK 20TH ANNIVERSARY CARDS (1989) Kitchen Sink Press.  37-card set; given out at comic shops, 1 at a time; 2.75 x 4 3/8; promotes products from company.
      • 8-card sheet; says “Dealers: Nifty Promotional Trading Cards...” across front; actually promotes the promotional set, if you can believe that; 12 x 8.5

KNIGHTSEND (1994) DC Comics. 1-card set; source n.k.; n.n. postcard; 6 x 4; art by Kevin Nowland; promotes a comic book storyline

KRATTS’ CREATURES (1997) Inkworks. Set number n.k.
      • B1 “Kangaroo”; photo; given at Blockbuster Video by giving a coupon obtained from a Wendy’s Kid’s Meal; says “Blockbuster” on back; promotes television show

LABYRINTH (1986) Jim Henson Productions.  Set number n.k.; 1.75x2.5; cut from cereal boxes in canada; photo's; blank back;
      • 1 "Unknown"        • 2 "Unknown"        • 3 "Unknown"

LAFFS (1991) Impel. Set number n.k.; n.n.; photos;  marked “Sample” on backs
      • ”Family Matters : Steve Urkel”         • ”Full House : Michelle Tanner”                  • ”Family Matters : Torn Between Two Lovers”
      • ”Full House: A Full House               • ”Perfect Strangers : Larry Appleton”

LANDMARK ENTERTAINMENT GROUP (1998) Landmark Ent. Group. 25-card set; promotes Disney attractions; backs marked “For Promotional Purposes Only”; photos
      • 17 “Harmonyland”       • 18 “Star Quest Adventure”      • 20 “Fantasia Lagoon”       • 25 “Kong Frontation”

LAST STARFIGHTER (1984) Universal.  Set number n.k.; Came one per box of General Mills Cereals in Canada; French Text on back; Mini booklet, card size; photo;
      • 1 "Unknown"      • 2 "Unknown"

LASTING IMAGES (1995) Active Marketing. Set number n.k.; Photo; ADULT Oriented; Says “Promotional Card” on back;
      • # 1 “Unknown”  

LAZER COMICS (1994) Lazer comics. Set number n.k.; came one per select comic; promotes comic books;
      • 03 “Unknown” ”

LEAGUE OF NATIONS 2ND SERIES (no year) CaliCo Graphics. Set number n.k.; source n.k.; 5 x 3.5; image is of Fidel Castro saying “They’re Revolutionary!”; artist n.k.; n.n.

LEGENDS OF EROTICA SERIES 1 (Year n.k.) Wild Palms. 2 card set; Photo’s; ADULT Oriented; Both say “Promo” on back;
      • 1 of 2 “Unknown” 

LETHAL WOMEN (1995) Infinity Card Company. Set number n.k.; sent to   dealers; displays illustrated nudity
      • Number Eight “Hey, Hot Shot”

LIFT OFF (1994) Liftoff. 1-card set; source n.k.; promotes the 25th Anniversary of the Apollo 11 flight; art by Pat Rawlings; marked “Promo Card” on back

LIMITED EDITIONS, INC. (no year) Limited Editions, Inc. 4-card set;  photos; promotes company products.
      • 1 (guy on a Harley)

LION KING (1994?) Blue Moon Licensing. Set number n.k.; given out at an unknown  trade show to demonstrate the technology the company was capable of using; very rare; one source says fewer than ten known to exist and we’ve only seen one. The image shows a young lion growing into an adult lion; the back is blank.

LISA AND PATRICIA (1997) Image 2000. 3 card set; Photo’s; ADULT Oriented;
      •  P01 “Unknown” 

LITA FORD SIGNING CARD (1993) Rock-It-Comix. 1-card set; given out at shows; art by Jim Balent; blank back;      6.75 x 10.25

LITTLE CEASARS CRAZY KIDS (1993)L.C.E. Inc.  Set number n.k.; Given out at Little Ceasars Pizza Restaurants;
      • 1 “Unknown”       • 2 “Unknown”         • 3 “Unknown”        • 4 “Unknown”        • 5 “Unknown”        • 6 “Unknown”        • 7 “Unknown”
      • 8 “Unknown”       • 11 “Unknown”       • 13 “Unknown”       • 14 “Unknown”       • 15 “Unknown”      • 16 “Unknown”      • 17 “Unknown”

LITTLE MERMAID (1991) Pro Set. 2-card set; artists n.k.; n.n.;
      • n.n. (same image as above card); “pop-out” card; source n.k.

LOST IN SPACE FILM CLIPS (Year n.k.) Johnny Lightning.  Set number n.k.; Came one per Johnny Lightning toy card; 1.5x1.5; Blank back; Thick cardboard photo's;
      • 1 "Unknown"        • 2 "Unknown"        • 3 "Unknown"        • 4 "Unknown"       • 5 "Unknown"         • 6 "Unknown"        • 7 "Unknown"
      • 8 "Unknown"        • 9 "Unknown"        • 10 "Unknown"      • 11 "Unknown"      • 13 "Unknown"       • 14 "Unknown"       • 15 "Unknown"
      • 16 "Unknown"      • 17 "Unknown"       • 18 "Unknown       • 20 "Unknown"      • 21 "Unknown"       • 22 "Unknown"       • 23 "Unknown"
      • 24 "Unknown"      • 25 "Unknown"       • 26 "Unknown"      • 27 "Unknown"      • 28 "Unknown"       • 30 "Unknown"       • 31 "Unknown"

LOST IN SPACE (1998) Kelloggs Company. 16 card set; one pack per box of Kelloggs Frosties Cereal; U.K. Issue; pack contained 1 regular  card, and one lenticular card;
      • 1 of 8 “Unknown”        • 2 of 8 “Unknown”        • 3 of 8 “Unknown”       • 4 of 8 “Unknown”
MAD (1992) Lime Rock. 10-card set; sent to dealers. Artists n.k.
      • 7 “No. 117 March ‘68"
*The 10 cards below are identical to those listed above, except that they have a silver stamp from the Lime Rock Inside Trader club on the front.
      • 8 “No. 96 July ‘65"                        • 9 “No. 67 Dec. ‘61"                                  • 10 “No. 300 Jan. 1991”
      • 6-card sheet (cards 3, 2, 6, 5, 4, 1); each card has the silver foil stamp as decribed above; signed and numbered out of 2,500; 5 x 10.5; source n.k.

MAD FINAL EDITION (1993) Lime Rock. 1-card set; inserted in a factory set; the set consisted of a 55-card set, 3 prismatic foil insert cards, a one prismatic foil card identical to the corresponding insert card, marked “Prototype” on back.
      • R3 (White Spy)

MAGIC OF LITHFOIL (no year) Mid-City Lithographers, Inc. Set number n,k,; source n.k.; all foil; promotes a card production process
      • n.n. (three characters, one being a woman in red)

MAGNUS, ROBOT FIGHTER (1991) Valiant Comics. 9-card set; inbound various issues of the comic book of the same name; each card is a 4-card strip folded and stapled into the comic; the halves without the cards form a complete image when placed together; 10 x 7. The card numbers go from 1 to 25; on each strip is a coupon; coupon artist n.k.; all eight coupons can be sent in for a limited edition card.
       • #0 “Magnus” by Barry Windsor-Smith; 2.5 x 3.5; available by sending in all 8 coupons from the above cards

MAINE ZOMBIE LOBSTERMEN! (1993)   Company n.k. Poly in the comic book of the same name. All material listed at this time came in issue #2; art by Mike Hall.
      • 2 “Bert”; 3.5 x 4.5          • n.n. “Duct and Cover”; 4.25 x 6           • n.n. bookmark

MALIBU COMICS SKYCAPS (1993) Skybox. Set number n.k.; randomly polybagged  in  various Malibu comic books; 1 5/8 in diameter
      • G1 “Reese”       • G2 “Shannon”        • G3 “Ferret”       • G4 “Gravestone”       • G5 “Man of War”      • G6 “Widow Maker”

MALIBU GRAPHICS PUBLISHING GROUP (1992) Malibu Comics. 1-card set; n.n. (image of Malibu Comics characters); art by Paul Pellitier; 4 x 6; postcard.

MARDI GRAS COLLECTOR CARDS (1992) Clark Promotions, Inc. 27 known cards; handed out by floats at the 1992 Mardi Gras; art by Frosich
      • 1028 “Krewe of Caesar”              • 1029 “Krewe of Choctaw”                      • 1030 “Krewe of Cleopatra”              • 1031 “Krewe of Crescent City”
      • 1032 “Krewe of Elks Gretna”       • 1033 “Elks: Krewe of Jeffersonians”         • 1034 “Krewe of of Freret”                • 1035 “Krewe of Freret”
      • 1036 “Krewe of Iris”                  • 1037 “Krewe of Isis”                             • 1038 “Krewe of Jefferson”                • 1039 “Krewe of Marc Antony”
      • 1040 “Krewe of Mercury”           • 1041 “Krewe of Mid-City”                     • 1042 “Krewe of Minerva”                 • 1043 “Krewe of Nefertari”
      • 1044 “Krewe of Pegasus”            • 1045 “Krewe of Poseidon”                     • 1046 “Krewe of Rhea”                     • 1047 “Krewe of Silenus”
      • 1048 “Krewe of Sparta”              • 1049 “Krewe of Thor”                           • 1050 “Krewe of Thoth”                   • 1051 “Krewe of Thoth”
      • 1052 “Krewe of Venus”               • 1053 “Krewe of Venus”                         • 1054 “Knights of Ecor Rouge”

MARDI GRAS COLLECTOR CARDS (1993) J. Clark Promos, Inc. 59-card set; given out by floats at the 1993 Mardi Gras; art by Frosich
      • 2001 “Krewe of Little Rascals”                    • 2002 “Krewe of Marc Antony”        • 2003 “Krewe of Cleopatra”                      • 2004 “Krewe of Atlas”
      • 2005 “Krewe of Pandora & Epimetheus”       • 2006 “Krewe of Choctaw”               • 2007 “Krewe of Caesar”                         • 2008 “Krewe of Shangri-La”
      • 2009 “Krewe of Shangri-La”                       • 2010 “Krewe of Sparta”                  • 2011 “Krewe of Sparta”                          • 2012 “Krewe of Carrollton”
      • 2013 “Krewe of Alla”                                • 2014 “Krewe of  Rhea”                   • 2015 “Krewe of Freret”                           • 2016 “Krewe of Thor”
      • 2017 “Krewe of Pegasus”                           • 2018 “Krewe of Mardi Gras”            • 2019 “Krewe of Aquila”                         • 2020 “Krewe of Diana”
      • 2021 “Krewe of Nefertari”                           • 2022 “Krewe of NOMTOC”            • 2023 “Krewe of Iris”                              • 2024 “Krewe of Isis”
      • 2025 “Krewe of Thoth”                              • 2026 “Krewe of Thoth”                  • 2027 “Krewe of Poseidon”                      • 2028 “Krewe of Mid City”
      • 2029 “Krewe of Mercury”                            • 2030 “Corps De Napoleon”            • 2031 “Krewe of Bacchus”                        • 2032 “Krewe of Zeus”
      • 2033 “Rex”   • 2034 “Elks”                        • 2035 “Krewe of Crescent City”        • 2036 “Elks Krewe of Gretna”
      • 2037 “Krewe of Jefferson”                           • 2038 “Krewe of Dionysus”               • 2039 “Krewe of Flora”                           • 2040 “Krewe of Hercules”
      • 2041 “Krewe of Aphrodite”                         • 2042 “Krewe of Aphrodite”              • 2043 “Krewe of Terreanians”                   • 2044 “Krewe of Houmas”
      • 2045 “Krewe of Cleophas”                          • 2046 “Bayou Boulette”                   • 2047 “Krewe of Centaur”                        • 2048 “Crescent City Doubloon Traders”
      • 2049 “Conde Cavaliers”                             • 2050 “Mystic Stripers”                    • 2051 “Mystics of Time”                        • 2052 “Order of Athena”
      • 2053 “Knights of Ecor Rouge”                    • 2054 “Maids of Jubilee”                   • 2055 “Krewe of Venus”                          • 2056 “Dixie Dazzlers”
      • 2057 “Krewe of Neptune”                           • 2058 “Krewe of Who”                      • n.n. “The Italian American Marching Club”

MARDI GRAS COLLECTOR CARDS : KREWE OF ULYSSES (1993) CompanyN.K.. 2-card st; given by floats at 1993 Mardi Gras; art by Ralph Scharler; fronts are identical
      • n.n. “Krewe of Ulysses”        • n.n. “King Ulysses U”

MARDI GRAS COLLECTOR CARDS : KREWE OF SILENUS (1993) J. Vance Photography. 1-card set; given out by floats at the 1993 Mardi Gras; art by Frosich
      • n.n. (chalice of grapes)

MARDI GRAS (1993) CC & C. 13-card set; given out by floats at 1993 Mardi Gras; 2 5/8 xx 3 5/8; fronts identical except for small  black and white section on the right-hand side
      • 1 of 13 “Hammond Area Parades”                                 • 2 of 13 “Albany Elementary School”                                  • 3 of 13 “Mystic Krewe of Olympia”
      • 4 of 13 “Frewe of Denham Springs”                              • 5 of 13 “Oak & Thomas Half-Fast Marching Club”               • 6 of 13 “Krewe of Omega”
      • 7 of 13 “1993 CC & C Mardi Gras Card Checklist”        • 8 of 13 “Ponchatoula”                                                       • 9 of 13 “Krewe of Wrecks”
      • 10 of 13 “St. Bernard JP and Constables Assn.”             • 11 of 13 “Krewe of Tchefuncte”                                           • 12 of 13 “Ray Chutz”
      • 13 of 13 “Villere’s Florist”

MARDI GRAS (1993) Doubloons Unlimited Collector Kards. 9-card set; handed out at Mardi Gras
      • 1 “Saluting Fairground Jockeys”      • 2 “Pete Fountains Half Fast Walking Club”      • 3 “Robin Hood and His Merry Men”         • 4 (three clowns); photo
      • 5 “Captain of Host”                       • 6 “Motley Krewe Carnival Club”                     • 7 “Riverboat Gamblers Carnival Club”      • 8 “Traditions of Mardi Gras”
      • 9 “Thoth”

MARILYN MONROE (1994) Private Collection. Set number n.k.; sent to dealers. Card front is a photo, card back is gold foil.
      • n.n. 3-card sheet; sent to dealers; sheet measures 8.5 x 11 with three 3.5 x 2.5 cards printed on it; the back is all gold and gives the set description.
**The following cards have a pink and green border on front, gold foil bordering a pink foil photo on Back . Most say “Marilyn : Birth of a Legend” on front.
      • Proto 1 “Norma Jeane : The Lost Portfolio” on front; “Zuma Beach, California, 1946” on back
      • Proto 3 “Bel-Air Hotel, Beverly Hills, California, 1953” on back                 • Proto 4 “Bel-Air Hotel, Beverly Hills, California, 1953” on back
**The following cards have pink and green borders on front with gold foil backs; backs are also stamped “Prototype” in green
      • 100P “Good Morning World”                                                                • 101P (same image as Proto1 from the black border cards)
      • 102P “Toby Beach, NY 1949”;(same image as Proto 5 from the pink/green border cards)
      • 103P “Breakfast in Bed”; (same image from Proto 5 black border and Proto 4 pink/green border)
      • 104P “Norma Jeane The Lost Portfolio”; same image as Proto 1 pink/green border)
**The following cards have a brown border on front; the backs are gold foil, with a gray strip on top; the card fronts use the same photos as the corresponding numbers from the above five cards.
      • Proto 1 “Zuma Beach, California, 1946”                                                  • Proto 2 “Toby Beach, Long Island, New York 1949” on back
      • Proto 3 “Bel-Air Hotel, Beverly Hills, California, 1953” on back                 • Proto 4 “Bel-Air Hotel, Beverly Hills, California, 1953” on back
      • Proto 5 “Toby Beach, Long Island, New York 1949” on back
**The following cards are similar to the above five cards (100P thru 104P), but the backs do not have a green strip, and the photo on each card back is larger than the ones above
      • 100P “Good Morning World”                                                                • 101P (same image as Proto1 from the black border cards)
      • 102P “Toby Beach, NY 1949”; (same image as Proto 5 from the pink/green border cards)
      • 103P “Breakfast in Bed”; (same image from Proto 5 black border and Proto 4 pink/green border)
      • 104P “Norma Jeane The Lost Portfolio”; same image as Proto 1 pink/green border)

MARILYN MONROE (1993) Sports Time, Inc. 5-card set; sent to dealers; the two cards are identical except for the foil signature on front.   Both cards are of the same image.
      • 5 x 7 page; shows the front and back of the “P” card above, without foil, the other side gives set specifics; the side with the two cards say “West Coast National July 2-5, 1993”
        and was handed out at that show
      • 5 x 7 page; same as above, but says “14th National Sports Collectors Convention July 22-25, 1993” and was handed out at that show.

MARS ATTACKS (no year) Topps. This card is a reproduction of the wrapper from the classic set. It is numbered 56.

MARS ATTACKS HOMAGE CARD (1994) Non-Sports Update. 8 Card set;  various sources; the image is of a Martian attacking card show, art by Jay Lynch; n.n.; all cards are identical except for on back at the bottom, it says where the card was distributed.
      • says “Homage Card Printed for Capital City Distribution, Inc. 1994 Annual Trade Show 1 of 1500” and was given out at the show.

MARVEL ACTION HOUR ANIMATION CELS (1994) Marvel Comics. Set number n.k.; poly in various Marvel comics (issues and titles n.k.); full-page sized; artists n.k.; n.n.
     • "Iron Man"      • "(dragon-type monster)"      • “Human Torch (with Skrull)"      • "War Machine / Killer Shrike"

MARVEL 1993 ANNUAL REPORT (1993) Marvel Comics. 1-card set; attached to the back cover of the Marvel 1993 Annual Report; 10.25 x 3.5; n.n. “Wolverine, Iron Man, Fantastic Four, Spider-Man”; art by Tom Morgan; the Annual Report itself is in comic book format

MARVEL AUTOGRAPH CARDS (1992) Marvel Entertainment Group.  Set number n.k.; Given at conventions to obtain Autographs; Purple Bordered B&W Artwork on front
      • 2 “Unknown”             • 3 “Unknown”        • 4 “Unknown”        • 5 "Carl Potts"         • 6 “Unknown”         • 8 “Unknown”        • 9 "Bobbie Chase"
      • 10 “Unknown”           • 11 “Unknown”       • 12 “Unknown”      • 13 “Unknown”       • 14 “Unknown”       • 15 “Unknown”       • 16 “Unknown”
      • 17 “Unknown”           • 18 “Unknown”       • 19 “Unknown”      • 20 “Unknown”       • 21 “Unknown”       • 22 “Unknown”       • 23 “Unknown”
      • 24 “Unknown”           • 25 “Unknown”       • 26 “Unknown”      • 28 “Unknown”       • 29 “Unknown”       • 30 “Unknown”       • 31 "Lou Banks"
      • 33 "Bruce G. Costa"

MARVEL COMICS BI-WEEKLIES CHECKLISTS (1992) Marvel Comics. Set number n.k. (might be 8); given out at shops; artists n.k
      • 2 “Silver Surfer”      • 4 “Wolverine”      • 5 “Avengers”      • 6 “Excalibur”       • 8 “Spider-Man”

MARVEL COMICS (1998) Go Card.  1-card set; given out at Tower Records; 6 x 4.25; front shows Spider-Man and Wolverine in sunglasses and says  "Believing Is Seeing".

MARVEL KNIGHTS (1998) Marvel Comics.  1-card set; given out at cons; n.n. (image is of four icons for different comics); 1 3/8 x 8; promotes first issues of new comics

MARVEL MASTERPIECES (1992) Skybox. 15-card set; art by Joe Jusko.
      • 24-card page; 18 x 24; displays the Spider-Man, Hulk, Captain America, and Wolverine cards as listed above, 6 of each; it comes with a certificate saying 2,600 were printed.

MARVEL NEW SERIES PREMEIRE (1987) Marvel Comics. 6-card set; given out at shops; 2.25 x 3.75; artists n.k.; n.n. Each back has a numbered trivia question ;
      • #3 “What If...?”        • #5 “SHIELD”

MARVEL SUPERHEROES POP-UP GAME (1997) Marvel Characters Inc.  Set total Unknown; 1.5 x 2 inch; pop-up card; contest; opens up to reveal if you’re a winner or not; 
      • 1 “Unknown”          • 2 “Unknown”          • 3 “Unknown”         • 4 “Unknown”         • 5 “Unknown”          • 6 “Unknown”            • 7 “Unknown”
      • 9 “Unknown”          • 10 “Unknown”        • 11 “Unknown”        • 12 “Unknown”       • 13 “Unknown”         • 14 “Unknown”         • 15 “Unknown”
      • 16 “Unknown”        • 17 “Unknown”        • 18 “Unknown”        • 19 “Unknown”        • 21 “Unknown”        • 22 “Unknown”          • 23 “Unknown”
      • 24 “Unknown”        • 25 “Unknown”        • 26 “Unknown”        • 27 “Unknown”        • 28 “Unknown”        • 29 “Unknown” 

MARVEL UNIVERSE SERIES ONE (1990) Impel. Set number n.k.; all artists n.k           
        • 2-card strip; “3-Hulk, 32-“Silver Surfer”; inbound Previews (n.k.)      
**The following are 4-card sheets, 5 x 6 7/8; each was inbound in an issue of Previews; each card on the sheet has a gray Diamond logo on back
      • “63-Magneto,  139-X-Men, 125-Amazing Fantasy #15, 36-Fantastic Four”; inbound Previews Sept 1990
      • “57-Sabretooth, 62-Enchantress, 83-Deathlok, 82-Ghost Rider”; inbound Previews Oct 1990
      • “39-She-Hulk, 8-Cyclops, 3-The Hulk, 32-Silver Surfer”; inbound Previews Nov 1990
      • “6-The Thing, 29-Spider-Man, 60-Doctor Doom, 78-Mephisto”; in Previews (ish n.k.)

MARVEL UNIVERSE SERIES TWO (1991) Impel.  Set number n.k.
      • 6-card page (“#1-Spider-Man, #51-Cyclops, #45-Silver Surfer, n.n. title card, #57-Magneto, #124-Fantastic Four vs. Dr. Doom”); art by Ron Lim; 8 x 7 3/8; inbound Previews (ish n.k.); each card  has a gray diamond on back
**Note : The following 5 cards came  together in a cello-pack; they look similar to the corresponding cards in the regular set, but with some differences. Listed here  is what to look for on the promo version, however subtle the differences might be.
      • #1 “Spider-Man”; the last word in the second line on back is “accidentally”
      • #45 “Silver Surfer”; on the back, his head is touching the “S” on his name
      • #51 “Cyclops”; the last word in the second line on back is “These”
      • #57 “Magneto”; in the “Power Ratings” on back, the rating for “Durability” reads “6” and “Intelligence” reads “5”
      • #124 “Fantastic Four Vs. Dr. Doom”; the first word on the bottom line of the copyright info on back reads “and”

MARVEL UNIVERSE SERIES THREE (1992) Impel. Set number n.k.
      • 1 “Spider-Man” by Erik Larsen”; poly CBG (ish n.k.); says “Comic Buyer’s Guide” on back
      • 57 “Human Torch” by Paul Ryan; poly CBG (ish n.k.); says “Comic Buyer’s Guide” on back

MARVEL UNIVERSE SERIES FOUR (1993) Skybox. Set number n.k.
      • n.n. “Vulture 2099”; red foil; back says “Production Sample Marvel IV Foil Card” and is otherwise blank
      • n.n. 3-card strip "Doom 2099, Vulture 2099, Ravage 2099"; back says "Sixth Annual Capitol City Sales Conference" and is numbered out of 1200; 7.5 x 3.5

MARY BETH’S BEAN BAG WORLD MONTHLY (1999) H & S Media. 2-card set; source n.k.; 3-D lenticular; promotes a magazine
      • #2 (bunch of bean bag things)       • #3 (purple bear)

MARY BETH’S COLLECTOR CARD WORLD MAGAZINE (1999) H & S  Media, Inc. 1-card set; source n.k.;  3-D lenticular; promotes a magazine
      • n.n. (features Pokemon)

MASK (1994) Cardz. 3-card set; sent to dealers
      • n.n. postcard; 4 x 6; (image of eyes popping out); says "Hero Con Charlotte" on back; given out at the show

MASK (1994) Tabb Investments. 12-card set; given out at Edwards Cinemas in California; photos; marked “Promotional” on back
      • 1 of 12 (tipping hat)           • 2 of 12 (rose in teeth)       • 3 of 12 (tongue wagging)          • 4 of 12 (heart)
      • 5 of 12 (holding mask)       • 6 of 12 (yellow tux)         • 7 of 12 (head shot)                   • 8 of 12 (with dog)
      • 9 of 12 (Cameron Diaz)      • 10 of 12 (dancing)            • 11 of 12 (mirror)                      • 12 of 12 (dancing with blonde)

MASK STICKERS (1994) Company n.k. Set number n.k.; source n.k.; 2 stickers per card; photos; n.n.
      • (tipping hat, heart pumping)              • (tongue wagging, spinning)

MASTERS OF THE UNIVERSE (1986) Wonder Bread.  Set number n.k.; came one per loaf of Wonder bread in Canada; comic art;

MASTERS OF THE UNIVERSE (Year n.k.) Post.  Set total n.k.;  3 x 3 punch out cards; each card has two characters; came in post cereals from Canada; Artwork;
      • 1 “Unknown”         • 2 “Unknown”         • 4 “Unknown”

MAY GIBBS COLLECTOR CARDS (1995) Futura Collectors cards. Set number n.k.; Australian issue;
* The following cards are identical to the regular inserts from the set, except that they have no Serial number and say “Sample not for resale”
      • C6 “Unknown”       • SC1 (unknown)

McGREW COLOR GRAPHICS (no year) Self-published. Set number n.k.; source n.k.; promotes the company
      • n.n. (space shuttle on an airplane)

MDK2 PHONECARD (1999) Interply Entertainment Corp. 1-card set; inserted in various Interplay computer games; front has an image of a guy in a virtual reality helmet and suit.

MEN IN BLACK SHRINKIES (1997) Kraft foods inc. 14 card set; given out 1 per pack of Kraft products sold in Australia; Thin plastic cards, various shapes;
      • 1 “Unknown”       • 2 “Unknown”

MEN IN BLACK (1997) Columbia Pictures. 1-card set; this card served as a movie pass; it was handed out to employees of Baush & Lamb (makers of Ray Ban Sunglasses) as a promotion. The front is the movie poster; the back says “Ray Ban and Columbia Pictures invite you and a guest to attend the motion picture Men In Black; 4 x 6;

MEN OF HONOR (2000) 20th Century Fox. 1-card set; source n.k.; promotes a screening of the movie and acts as a “Admit Two” ticket in Philadelphia; photo; 4 x 9

MENZ INSANA (1997) DC Comics. 1-card set;  4 x 6 1/8; postcard; promotes comic; art by John Bolton; “For promotional use only” marked on back in tiny letters at the bottom.

MIGHTY MORPHIN’ POWER RANGERS (1995) Discovery Zone. 6-card set; Given one card per visit per customer at Discovery Zone;  Backs form puzzle;
      • 4 “Unknown”       • 5 “Unknown”

MIGHTY MORPHIN’ POWER RANGERS : POWER UP! (1994) Tiger Electronics, Inc.   1-card set; inbound Marvel Comics, cover date January ‘95; measures 8 x 5 7/8 (the left 4 inches of the card is blank); n.n. “White Ranger”; is to be used with the hand held video game “Tiger Barcodzz”.

MIGHTY MORPHIN’ POWER RANGERS THE MOVIE (1995)Jell-o. 8-card set; Came one per pack of Jello Snacks; 2.25 x 3; Ciomic Artwork on fronts, Jell-O logo on back;
      • “Pink Ranger”      • “Ninja Megazord”

MIGHTY MORPHIN’ POWER RANGERS THE MOVIE (1995)Jell-o. 8-card set; Came one per pack of Jello Snacks; 3 x 4; Ciomic Artwork on fronts, Jell-O logo on back;
      • “Red ranger”       • “Yellow Ranger”       • “Black ranger”

MIKE MANLEY’S MONSTERMAN (1997) Action Planet Comcs. 1-card set; given out at shows; art by Mike Manley.
      • n.n. (punching through monsters)

MILLENIUM (no year) Millenium Comics. Set number n.k.
      • 2-card sheet (“4- Mi-Go, 3- Hastur”); 8 x 3 7/8; stapled in an unknown comic

MINDBENDERS (1993) Company n.k.; set number n.k.; source n.k.; all cards are black and white and have the same back, saying “Limited Edition Book 1 of 12 Release Date April 1993”; the card fronts all have the same outer image (woman in space suit with gun), but the inset image is different; cards measure 5 7/8 x 8.
     • n.n. “Lincoln Green”; by Simon Davies       • n.n. “The Last Planet”; by Simon Davies       • n.n. “Gunren Falls”; by Colin Stanford      • n.n. “Tenochtitlan”; by Dean Willitz

MINI BOMBS TRICK NOISE MAKERS (1992) M. Kapp.  Set number n.k.; Promotes Fireworks; Color artwork on front, cardboard text on back;
      • No 2 “Unknown”      •No. 4 “Unknown”      • No. 5 “unknown”

MINNIE ‘N ME (1991) Impel. 5-card set; sent to dealers in a 5-card cello-pack. No indications of being an actual promo, may be samples; artists n.k.
      • 22                     • 25                • 29                   • 55                   • 104

MIRACLE OF ‘69 COUNTDOWN (1993) Spectrum Holdings Group, Inc. Set number n.k.; photos; marked “For Promotional Purposes Only”; promotes set about the Mets in 1969
      • P2 “Jerry Koosman”       • P3 “Met Mania!”

MISS AMERICA PAGEANT (1992) Pageant Cards. Set number n.k.; sent to dealers; photo.
      • n.n. “Miss Arkansas : Shannon Boy”

MONSTER CRAZY BONES (2000) Magic Box Intnl. Set number n.k.;  Given out one per McDonalds Kids meal; Cartoon art;
      • 1 "Unknown"        • 2 "Unknown"        • 3 "Unknown"       • 4 "Unknown"         • 6 "Unknown"       • 7 "Unknown"
      • 8 "Unknown"        • 9 "Unknown"        • 10 "Unknown"      • 11 "Unknown"       • 12 "Unknown"      • 13 "Unknown"      • 14 "Unknown"
      • 15 "Unknown"      • 16 "Unknown"      • 17 "Unknown"      • 18 "Unknown"       • 19 "Unknown"      • 21 "Unknown"       • 22 "Unknown"
      • 23 "Unknown"      • 24 "Unknown"      • 25 "Unknown"      • 26 "Unknown"       • 27 "Unknown"      • 29 "Unknown"       • 30 "Unknown"

MONSTER FLIP-CHIPS (1993) Active Marketing International Inc. Set number n.k.; sent to dealers. Each is two milk-caps attached to a card designed to look like a brick wall;
     • P3 / P4 “Azkar / Krullin”

MONSTER RANCHER (2000) Tecmo.  Set number n.k.; Given out at conventions; Rounded corners; promotes CCG Card set;
      • P1 “Unknown”      • P2 “Unknown”      • P3 “Unknown”     • P4 “Unknown”      • P5 “Unknown”

MORBID MONSTER CARDS (1999) NostalgiCards. 9-card set; art by William D. Bristow; all are marked  “Promotional Card” on back
      • 9-card page; made up the the seven cards listed above except card P1 is printed three times; the checklist card is in the middle and signed and numbered out of 50 by all those named on the card; given away at shows through a random drawing

MORE MORBID MONSTERS (2000) NostalgiaCards. 8-card set; various sources; art by William Bristow; each card hand-numbered out of 650.
      • G1 “Gummie Guy”; given out to voters on the 2000 Gummie Awards from Non-Sport Update; not hand numbered, but says “Limited to 1000” on back; comes with a piece of paper which mentions the card
      • n.n. “Checklist”; given out by the owner of the company; unsigned

MOVIE POSTERS (no year) Piemmeci Publishing. 15-card set; source n.k.; marked “Prototype”
      • 71 “Frankenstein”                            • 72 “Bambi”                            • 80 “Gojira”                           • 96 “How To Marry A Millionare”        • 99 “Stagecoach”    
      • 100 “Et Diew...Crea La Femme”        • 102 “The Wizard of Oz”           • 104 “For Me and My Gal”       • 131 “Chinatown”                           • 136 “A Clockwork Orange”
      • 153 “Apocalyse Now”                      • 180 “Cabiria”                          • 192 “Doctor Zhivago”

MR. FIXITT (1993) Company n.k.; 7-card set; source n.k.
       • #2 “Veeza”; by Howard Bender        • # 3 “Unknown”         • # 4 “Unknown”         • # 5 “Unknown”          • # 6 “Unknown”         • # 7 “Unknown”

MR. T AND THE T-FORCE (1993) Now Comics. Set number n.k.; most poly in issues of Mr. T and the T-Force comic book (most issues n.k
      • 14 “Unknown”

MUHAMMAD ALI (1994) Collector’s Edge.  1-card set; given out at the Rocky Mountain Collectos Classic...July 15-17, 1994”; back also marked “1 of 15,000”; photo

MUSCLE CARDS (no year) P.Y.Q.C.C. Set number n.k.; photos;
* The following cards have “91 5 state expo” foil stamped on front, and where given out at that expo.
      • 3 of 8 “Unknown”         • 4 of 8 “Unknown”                         • 7 of 8 “Unknown”          • 8 of 8 “Unknown”          • 86 "1966 Dodge Hemi Coronet"
      • 96 "1969 Boss 429"       • 101 "1969 Ford 428 Cobra Jet"


MUSCLE CARDS II (no year) P.Y.Q.C.C. 10-card set; sent to dealers in a 10-card cello-pack; photos; marked “Promo” on back.
      • 2 “67 Chevelle SS 396”        • 3 “93 Dodge Viper”         • 4 “69 Hemi Road Runner”            • 5 “69 Berger 427 Camaro”        • 6 “63 426 Belvedere” 
      • 7 “93 SAAC Mark II”          • 8 “69 Judge”                   • 9 “91 Callaway Twin Turbo”        • 10 “65 Shelby 427 Cobra S/C”

MUSCLE POWER CARDS (1993) AJ Krasowski Publishing. 3-card set; source n.k.; photos of women and cars
      • No. 1 of 2 “Denise Musgrave”; back says “1 of 2,000 printed”            • No. 2 of 2 “1965 Ford Mustang”; back says “1 of 2,000 printed
      • n.n.; front says “Preview”

MUTANT FOOTBALL LEAGUE (no year) Game Pro Magazine. 1-card set; inbound in Game Pro Magazine; promotes a video game; 11 x 10.5
      • n.n. 12-card sheet (“Reggie Fright, Half Nelson, Madman, Bones Jackson, Darkstar, The Slicer, L.T. Impaler, The Butcher, K.T. Slayer, Coach Dante N. Ferno, The Snake, Scary Ice”)

MYSTERY MEN OF AMERICA (1993) Dark Horse Comics. 16-card set; given out at the 1993 San Diego Comic Con; promotes a comic book; art by Bob Burden; backs are the same except for the number
      • #1 “Coming soon! Flaming Carrot and the Tiajuana Surf Monkeys!”        • #2 “FC + Neon Girl Meet Rock Lobster”        • #3 “Superstrippers Luna and Exotica...”
      • #4 “Here com the Mystery Men!”                                                       • #5 “Meet Galaxy Girl”                                  • #6 “The Dead Dog Returns!”
      • #7 “Meet The White Bat!”                                                                • #8 “The Amazing Disc Man”                         • #9 “Casanova Frankenstein”
      • #10 “Meet The Rippler!”                                                                   • #11 “Meet The Strangler!”                            • #12 “Meet Big Bo Peep, Criminal Shepherd”
      • #13 “Meet The Crime Saw!”                                                              • #14 “Meet The Stinkhorn!”                            • #15 “Meet Blue Raja, Master Of Silverware”
      • #16 “Ninja Executive”

NAKED JUSTICE (1995) Outlaw Oracle. Set number n.k.; source n.k.; displays   illustrated nudity
      • Card 1 (gun in hand)

NASA SHOULDER PATCHES MCS.  Set   number n.k.; source n.k.; marked "Prototype" across front; photos.
      • NASA-4 "NASA Vector Logo"

NECROSCOPE TATTOO (1992) Malibu Comics. 1-card set; ploy Necroscope #2 (2nd printing) comic; 2.5 x 2.5; artist n.k.; n.n.

NESQUICK RABBIT (1997)  Nestle USA Food Division Company.  4 car set; Lenticular mini cards; 1.5 x 2.25; came 1 per box of Nestle Ice cream products
      • 1 of 4 “Unknown”         • 4 of 4 “Unknown”

NEW FRONTIER (1992) Dark Horse Comics. Set number n.k.; source n.k.; believed to promote a comic book.
      • n.n. “World Series Hero : Fidel Castro - Pitcher” by John Sabljic

NICE PAD, MAN (1996) Nice Pad, Man. 1-card set; source n.k.; n.n. “Dr. Radium”; art by Scott Saavedra; 8 x 9.5; perforated; promotes comic character mouse pads

NICKTOONS TRADING CARDS (2000) Nabisco.  20-card set; Came one per Nabisco food product; Cartoon art;
      • 1 of 20 “Unknown”         • 2 of 20 “Unknown”         • 3 of 20 “Unknown”        • 4 of 20 “Unknown”       • 5 of 20 “Unknown”          • 6 of 20 “Unknown”
      • 8 of 20 “Unknown”         • 10 of 20 “Unknown”       • 11 of 20 “Unknown”       • 12 of 20 “Unknown”      • 13 of 20 “Unknown”       • 14 of 20 “Unknown”
      • 15 of 20 “Unknown”       • 16 of 20 “Unknown”       • 17 of 20 “Unknown”       • 18 of 20 “Unknown”      • 19 of 20 “Unknown” 

NIGHT ANGELS (1994) Orion Trading Card Co. 12-card set; source n.k.;   black and white art by Mike Bradley; the checklist card is signed and  numbered out of 2000.
      • 1 "Lilly"         • 2 "Tracy"         • 3 "Pearl"         • 4 "Anna"         • 5 "Terra"                          • 6 "Gina"
      • 7 "Barbara"      • 8 "Raza"          • 9 "Helena"       • 10 "Mercy"      • 11 "The Eternal Walk"       • n.n. checklist

NIGHTMARE (1996) Kilian Enterprises. 1-card set; source n.k.; photo; 5 x 7; blank back; promotes a televison show in Wichita, Kansas on KSAS FoX-24; n.n. “The Host”

NIKE : MARVIN THE MARTIAN (1993) Nike / Warner Bros. Set number n.k.; source n.k.
      • n.n. “Warning: You Earthlings...”; blank back.  

‘91 HAV A TAMPA SHOOTOUT (1992) VRP. 1-card set; given out at shows; photo; marked “Promo” on back
      • n.n. “Ms. Hav A Tampa”

NIMBUS (no year) NASA. 1-card set; source n.k.; black and white photo of  the satellite

NINJAK (1993) Valiant Comics. 2-card set; source n.k.; art by Joe Quesada; n.n.;   chromium; promotes the comic book.
      • n.n. (breaking through glass); refractor chromium; 1,000 made

NIPPAN (1996) Nippan. 1-card set; source n.k.; n.n. 4 x 6 postcard; artist n.k.; promtes a Japanese Animation catalog.

NORMA JEAN : THE LOST PORTFOLIO (1993) The Private Collection. 4-card set; source n.k.; all are n.n.; black and white photos of Marilyn Monroe; card fronts have a light brown border, card backs are blue and marked “Prototype”.
      • (three people in bathing suits)       • (holding coffee cup)       • (leaning on “Blue Book Models” float) • (drawing in the sand)

NOWLAN KNOWS (no year) Company n.k. Set number n.k.; source n.k.; in fact, nothing much is known about this card.
      • n.n. “(Nolan Ryan in a Superman costume)”; his face is a photo, the rest  is drawn by an unknown artist

NUTTY PROFESSOR II : THE KLUMPS (2000) Universal Pictures. 1-card set; given out at the 2000 San Diego Comic Con; front marked “2000 San Diego Comic Con”; promotes a showing of the movie, and doubles as a ticket to that showing in San Diego; 4 x 8
OF LIGHT AND DARKNESS (1997) Interplay. 7 card set; came bound one per select video game magazines; Promos Video game; Oversize; 5 x 7; Perforated on one end;
       • 1 of 7 “Unknown”              • 2 of 7 “Unknown”        • 6 of 7 “Unknown”

O.J. SIMPSON (1993) Company n.k. 6-card set; All backs say “15th National Sports Collector Convention August 7-7, 1994 Houston, Texas”; black and white photos; n.n.
       • mugshot • with trophy         • Hertz commercial         • in uniform            • with Nichole (vertical)            • with Nichole (hoizontal)

OMNIBUS PRESS (1994) Omibus Press. 3-card set; each card measures 6 5/8 x 10.25; art by Bart Sears; comes in a black plastic tri-folder (7.25 x 11.75 when closed, 22.25 x 11.75 when opened) and each card is in a plastic sleve attached to the inside of each section of the folder; the front of the folder says “Omnibus Press” and shows the logo, both in holo-foil; a round, gold sticker is on the inside saying “Monument Promo Edition #1 Diamond Seminar ‘94”; all card backs are identical except for the numberingand the back border color
      • I “...it begins...”             • II “The Death of Pheros”           • III “Mael’s Rage”

ON GUARD : HERITAGE COLLECTION (1992) Bon Air Collectibles. 11-card set; sent to dealers; silver foil lettering.
       • 10-card sheet; same 10 cards as listed above; 11.25 x 11.25

ONSLAUGHT  (1996) Marvel Comics. 1-card set; given out at shops; sticker;  n.n.; says “No One Is Safe”; 4 1/8 x 2.25.

OPERATION : GALACTIC STORM CHECKLIST (1991) Marvel Comics. 2-card set; given out at shops; no art, text only; promotes a comic book story line.
      • n.n. “Shi’ar Imperial Guard”; yellow front  • n.n. “Kree Star Force”; white front

OPERATION : PURGE (2000) Lab Rat Productions. 1-card set; show promo; promotes a comic book; black and white art by Patrick David; 3.5 x 5.5

OVERSTREET GIVEAWAY GIMMICK (1993) Overstreet Price Guide. Set number n.k.; poly in issues of Overstreet’s CBM.
       • 4 “Red Mage, White Whirl, + Baton Blue” by n.k.; in #4; there is an unknown number of variations of this card, one per issue.
              • blue border 
       • 6 “Xenya” by the Brothers Hildebrandt; in #6; there is an unknown number of variations of this card, one per issue.
              • yellow border
       • 7 “Radioactive Man & Bartman”; in #7. there is an unknown number of variations of this card, one per issue.
              • White Border 
       • 8 “Hellshock” by Jae Lee (Numbered by Type 1of 2 or 2 of 2)
             • Type 1 of 2  

PAOLO ELEUTERI SERPIERI WORKS (1996) Sound & Vision International.  1-card set; dealer promo; display  illustrated nudity
      • n.n. (cowboy and two Indians)

PARAMOUNT WIDESCREEN COLLECTORS CARDS (1999) Paramount Pictures. Set number n.k.; Came one per specially maked Widevision editions of Paramount Home video; postcard size;
      • “Godfather 1”      • “Godfather 2”       • “Godfather 3”       • “Top Gun” 

PARTY OF FIVE (1999) Ameritech. 6 card set; thin phonecards; came one per box of Kudo’s snacks;
      • 1 “Julia”

PERSONALITY COMICS TRADING CARDS (no year) Personality Comics. Set number n.k.; poly in comics (titles and ish’s n.k.); artists n.k
       • n.n. “Star Trek V : The Flop”        • n.n. “There Is Life After Star Trek”          • n.n. “Beware...The Dimmer!”          • n.n. “High Beams...engage!”

PHONE MATES (1997) Ultravision Video. 2 card set; ADULT Oriented;
      • 1 of 2 “Unknown” 

PINUP FACTORY (1996) The Pinup Factory. 23-card set; sent along with a catalog from the same company. This set contains nudity, both illustrated and photographic. I do not document adult photographic cards, so this is a partial list of this set, being only the cards that do not show nudity or promote a nude set. I don’t like being incomplete, but...
      • TPF-15        • TPF-16          • TPF-17        • TPF-18          • TPF-19        • TPF-23 “Barbi Twins” (in lingerie)

PIP AND NORTON (1998) Dark Horse  Comics. 2-card set; given out at cons; n.n.; art by Dave Cooper; 2.25 x 9; promotes a comic story in the comic book Scatterbrain.
      • (cut-out figure of Pip)          • (cut-out stand-up of Pip and Norton)

PISTOLWHIP CHARACTER CARDS (2000) Pistolwhip Comics. 7-card set; given out as a set at the 2000 San Diego Comic Con; black and white art; 1.5 x 2.5
      • No.1 “Mitch Pistolwhip”       • No. 2 “Charlie Minks”         • No. 3 “Jack Peril”          • No. 4 “Isla Rose”
      • No. 5 “Mister Vogel”            • No. 6 “Human Pretzel”         • No. 7 “Mephisto”

PLANET 10 (1997) Conception  Comics. 1-card set; source n.k.; n.n. (guy in blue,  robot in background) by Phil Hester; promotes a comic.

PLAYBOY CHROMIUM COVERS (1995) Sports Time Inc. Set number n.k.; sent to dealers;  chromium.
      • “4 Card sheet”; Cards # 17, 72, 93, 48

POE (no year) Company not mentioned; art by Jason A. Sala; promotes a comic book.
      • n.n. “What is Poe?”        • n.n. (white back)

POKEMON CHROME (1999) Topps. Set number n.k.; sent to dealers as incentive; also given at the April 2000 Philly Non-Sports Show; 9-card sheets; chromium; 7 .75 x 10.75
      • (“54- Growlithe, 70- Weepinbell, 39- Jigglypuff, 73- Tentacruel, 54- Psyduck, 59- Arcanine, 14- Kakuna, 61- Poliwhirl, 08- Wartortle”)
      • (“13- Weedle, 52- Meowth, 11- Metapod, 42- Golbat, 02- Ivysaur, 15- Beedrill, 03- Venusaur, 51- Dugtrio, 63- Abra”)
      • (“74- Geodude, 30- Nidorina, 44- Gloom, 62- Poliwrath, 40- Wigglytuff, 60- Poliwag, 45- Vileplume, 18- Pidgeot, 36- Clefable”)
      • (“74- Geodude, 30- Nidorina, 44- Gloom, 62- Poliwrath, 40- Wigglytuff, 60- Poliwag, 45- Vileplume, 18- Pidgeot, 36- Clefable”); “Spectra-Chrome” variant.
**Note: The card backs mentions promo variants in “Spectra-Chrome”, “Sparkle-Chrome”, and “Tekno-Chrome”, but I’ve only seen one Spectra-Chrome.

POKEMON : MEWTWO STRIKES BACK (2000) Topps. 1-card set; given at Blockbuster Video with the rental of Pokemon : The Movie; foil; came wrapped in a 1-card cello-pack
       • 1 “Super Psychic Pokemon”

POKEMON : THE FIRST MOVIE (1999) Warner Bros. 3-card set; given out at the 1999 San Diego Comic Con; back says “Preview series”; 6 x 4;  promotes a movie ...
       • 1 of 3 “Mew”          • 2 of 3 “Mewtwo”        • 3 of 3 “Togepy and Pikachu”

POKEMON TV ANIMATION EDITION (1999) Topps. 6-card set; inserted one per case of cards in England; 3 1/8 x 4 3/8
       • P1 “Pikachu”          • P2 (unknown)            • P3 “Charmander”          • P4 “Bulbasaur”          • P5 (unknown)           • P6 “Ash Ketchum”

POULTRY BOWLER’S ASSOCIATION (1992) TABB Investments. 1-card set; given out at shows; photo; promotes turkey bowling
       • n.n. “Derrick Johnson”; serial numbered out of 35,000

POWER CHALLENGE TRADING CARDS (1993) Nintendo. Set number n.k.; inbound Nintendo Power magazine (ish’s n.k.); come in 6-card pages, perforate; 7.75 x 8.75.
       • “109-Aero, 110-TMNT, 113-Claymates, 120-Mega Man IV, 124-F-1 Pole Position, 125-Mighty Final Fight”

POWERPUFF GIRLS (2000) Cartoon Network. 4-sticker set; show promo;  promotes a soundtrack for a cartoon; n.n.; backs give info on the item; 4 x 3
       • “Blossom”         • Buttercup”         • “Bubbles”       • “Mojo”

POWER RANGERS ZEO (1996) Bandai. 1-card set; given out at conventions; came in a 1-card cello-pack; promotes vending machine trading cards from Cardzillion; the figure on the card is in foil; front has gold foil stamp “Zeo”; n.n.; round corners

PRESS PASS SEASON’S GREETINGS CARD (1995) Press Pass. 1-card set; sent to dealers; artist n.k.; n.n.; 5 1/8 x 3.25; postcard. Image is a reindeer driving a car.

PRIDE OF THE NATION (1996) Intrepid. 2-card set; Australian issue; both cards are identical (photo of a runner at the start), except for one card having  mentioning a convention 
        • n.n.; back marked “Limited Release Oz Con ‘96 Card 4000 only”

PROPELLER MAN (1994) Dark Horse Comics. 4-card set; inbound Propeller Man comic books; art by Matthias Schultheis. Each is a 2-card strip; 8 3/4 x 4.
        • 1,2; in #2

PRO BODY BUILDERS (1993) Star 93.  Set number n.k.; n.n.; Photo;
        • “Flex Wheeler”          • “Sandy Riddel”            • “Skye Ryland”          • “Tonya Poteat”

PROLINE PORTRAITS (1992) Pro Line. Set number n.k.; given out at shows; photos; marked “Sample” on back”
       • 12 “Kathie Lee Gifford”; came in a 2-card cello-pack, along with a “Q & A” card about the company

PRO SET (1991) Pro Set. Set number n.k.; source n.k.; promotes the company.
      • 001; artist n.k.

PROTOTYPE (1993) Malibu Comics. 1-card set; given out at cons; n.n.; art by David Ammerman; blank back; 7 x 10.5; promotes a comic book

PSYENCE FICTION (1998) Abaculus. 6-card set; given out at the 1998 San Diego ComiCon; cards resemble Tarot Cards; 3 1/8 x 6 7/8; promotes a comic book
      • I “Mark Blood”         • II “Angela”          • XI “Rice”           • XII “Laura Eagleton”           • XV “Gabrial Wraysbury”          • XVI “Bianca Ruocco”

PULSE (1999) Tower Records. 3-card set; given at record stores; promotes a magazine, but features Rob Zombie on all the cards, each card saying “Zombie” on front; all have a drawing on back by Rob Zombie
      • 1 (close-up, with brown hair)              • 2 (close-up, with black hair)               • 3 (with blonde haired woman behind him)

PURGE (no year) No company mentioned. 1-cardset; folded and stapled; n.n.; art by Erik Larsen; 7 x 3 5/8...NA

QUAIL STUDIOS PALEOGRAPHICS (various years) Quail Studios PaleoGraphics. Set number ongoing; business cards for the company put out once a year, given out at various places by the company; all card art by Donna Braginetz; each card back is hand numbered
       • n.n. “Juvenile Corythosaurus” (1995); print run of 3,000                    • n.n. “Utahraptor Pair” (1996); print run of 2,500

RACE TOONS (no year) Company n.k.  2-card set; sent to dealers; artist n.k.
       • 1 “King Country”                • 2 “Billy Bob” 

RAILFAN CANADA ‘93 (1993) North Kildonan Publications. 3-card set; sent to dealers; photos
       • P “CP Rail 3115”                                   • P “CN Rail 9172”                                     • P “CP Rail 437106”

RAILFAN CANADA ‘94 (1993) North Kildonan Publications. 3-card set; sent to dealers; photos
       • P “Canandian PAcific Railway 2828”          • P “Canadian National Railways 5549”           • P “Grand Trunk Western 3735”

RAK (no year) Rak Graphics. 9-card set; given out at shows; black and white art by Robert Kraus; promotes a comic book.
       • Number One “Talon II”                • Number Two “The Executioner”               • Number Three “Fire Demoness”                • Number Four “Fire and  Brimstone”
       • Number Five “The Reaper”           • Number Six “Grooletang The Hunter”        • Number Seven “ Chakan : Book II”           • Number Eight “Spiderwench”
       • Number Nine “Thundermace”

RALPH SNART ADVENTURES (1992) Now Comics. 28-card set; poly various issues of Ralph Snart Adventures comics (ish’s n.k.). Art by Marc Hensen.
      • 14 “Unknown”       • 18 “Unknown”        • 21 “Unknown”        • 24 “Unknown”       • 25 “Unknown”       • 26 “Unknown”       • 28 “Unknown”

RAN (2000) Winstar. 15-card set; cards 1 thru 12 were given out at comic book stores. The number 13 card was given out with a paid admission to the movie; promotes a movie
      • 1(guy with white robe among  men)       • 2 (five men sitting)                  • 3 (man in red on horse)           • 4 (old guy over dead guy)
      • 5 (old guy and guy in stripes)               • 6 (woman holding sword)         • 7 (attack)                              • 8 (soldiers holding flags)
      • 9 (horses in water)                               • 10 (building on fire)                • 11 (blue skies)                       • 12 (couple on a wall)                   • 13 (movie poster)
      • n.n. (men on horses running at camera); 4 x 6; back says “Landmark’s Ken Cinema”; back also lists stores at which the above cards could be obtained.
      • n.n. same front image as above postcard; 4 x 6; back lists cities and dates the movie would be screened

RAP PACK (1991) Premier Cards.    20-card set; source n.k.; came in a 20-card cello pack; each is marked “Prototype” on back; photos...
      •  1 “Above the Law”            • 3 “Bio New York City 1990”; sticker          •  5 “Betty Boo”                                                •  7 “Boo-Yaa T.R.I.B.E.”
      •  14 “Chubb Rock”              •  24 “Dana Dane”                                      •  34 “Father MC”                                             •  40 “Gerardo”
      •  46 “Ice Cube”                   •  50 “Ice T”                                              •  52 “Tragedy, The Intelligent Hoodlum”             •  60 “Kid ‘N Play”
      •  65 “King Tee”                  •  77 “Marley Marl”                                    •  88 “Salt-N-Pepa”                                            •  91 “The Next School”
      •  102 “Redhead Kingpin”      •  103 “Rob Base”                                      •  111 “Special Ed”                                            •  130 “Yo-Yo”

RARE & ENDANGERED SPECIES (no year) No company mentioned. Set number n.k.; n.n.; photos; marked “Prototype” on front.
     • “Giant Panda”             • “Woodland Caribou"
**The following four cards are marked “This is one of four promotional cards...” and says 5000 sets were made.
     • “Cheeta”                    • “Green Sea Turtle”                  • “Grey Wolf”                  • “Orangutan”

RAYDA (1993) AC Comics. 1-card set; source n.k.; photo; promotes a comic book character

REBOOT III (1997) Mainframe Entertainment. 1-card set; source n.k.; n.n.; green man with gun, yellow woman with spear; 4 x 6; promotes panel discussion at  convention

RED HOT CHILLI PEPPERS FAN CLUB (1997) Red Hot Chilli Peppers Fan Club. 2-card set; given at DragonCon 1997 and possibly other shows; n.n.; blank backs; 2 5/8 x 4.
      • (fan club info card); text only       • ”Love Rollercoaster”; artist n.k.; image is of the band with Beavis and Butt-Head on a rollercoaster

RENCH & STINKY (1993) Spoof Comics.1-card set; polybagged in Rench & Stinky #1 Trading Card Edition; art by Tom Arvis; sticker on polybag states there was 800 available

RINGSIDE BOXING CARDS SERIES ONE (1996) Ringside Trading cards. Set number n.k.; source n.k.; photos
      • n.n. “Lonnie Bradley”; blank back; silver foil lettering         • n.n. “Roy Jones Jr.”; gold foil lettering; back marked “Sample Not for Sale”

RINGLORDS (1991) Players International. Set number n.k.; sent to dealers; photos; promotes boxing trading cards
      • n.n. “Donovan Ruddock”; marked “Sample” on back          • n.n. “Mike Tyson”; hand-stamped “Sample” on back

ROAD WARRIORS (no year) GNM Sportscards. 3-card set; source n.k.;  photos of cars; backs are serial numbered; backs are marked “Prototype”
      • S2 (not known)      

ROBERTO RAVIOLA “MAGNUS”: GIRLS OVER DREAMS (1996) Sound & Vision International. 3-card set; source  n.k.; art by Roberto Raviola “Magnus”
      • Promo Card “A”         • Promo Card “B”          • Promo Card “C”

ROBOCOP VERSUS TERMINATOR (1992) Dark Horse Comics. 4-card set; cards are cut-out stand-ups; art by Walter Simonson. Inbound in comics of the same name.
      • n.n. “Robocop”; 9.5 x 10 1/8; in #1 and inbound  Previews Vol 3 #9              • n.n. “Terminator”; 9.5 x 10 1/8; in #2
      • n.n. (woman with gun); 9.5 x 10 1/8; in #3                                                 • n.n. “(ED-209)”; 13 1/8 x 10 1/8; in #4

ROBOTECH (1993) Family Home Entertainment. Set number n.k.; Came one per video release;
      • Vol. 1  

ROBOTECH : GENESIS (1992) Eternity Comics. Set number n.k.
      • “#8-Energy, #20-Clones”; 7.5 x 7.75; folded and stapled (mag n.k.)

ROCKCARDS (1991) Brockum. Set number n.k.; source n.k.; photos; all cards have a round gold sticker on front saying “Anaheim 1991”, so it’s apparent the cards were handed out at a show in Anaheim, CA in 1991, but which show? The cards are identical to the number they match in the regular set. These are the ones we’ve seen so far:
      • 17     • 34      • 48        • 79         • 97       • 166      • 171       • 175      • 219       • 258    • 288
    
ROCKETEER (no year, art dated 1991) No company mentioned. 1-card set; given out at cons; n.n.; art by Dave Stevens; blank back; 4.25 x 6 3/8

ROCKSTREET (1991) Rockstreet. Set Number n.k.; Photo’s of women on front; Magazine info on back;
**The following card fronts have the word “Street!” in gold foil; the card backs have the card title on the left side
       • 1 “Elvis Presley”             • 2 “Madonna”                    • 3 “Chuck Berry”                   • 4 “Bob Dylan”                     • 5 “Bruce Springsteen”
       • 6 “Chrissy Steele”           • 7 “Van Halen”                   • 8 “Richiew Sambora”            • 9 “Vanessa Williams”           • 10 “Princess Stephanie”
       • 16 “Susie Hatton”           • 19 “Connie Francis”           • 20 “Cher”
**The following card backs are all  identical; they say “Dear Subscriber” on top; card front has the word “Street!” in gold foil
       • n.n. “Chrissy Steele”       • n.n. (Wilson / Phillips)
**The cards listed below are 1-card strips; 8.75 x 3.5; they were given out at shows; the left side of the card is an offer for a book; n.n.; the right side of the card is a 2.5 x 3.5 card with “Dear Subscriber” on back
      • “Bruce Springsteen”         • “Chrissy Steele”          • “Elvis Presley”

ROCKSTREET : LEGENDS OF ROCK (1993) Rockstreet. Set number n.k.; source n.k.; photos; back marked “For Promotional Use Only”
      • n.n. “Elvis Presley” (fishing)

ROSWELL SEASON TWO (2000)  Inkworks. Set number n.k.; photos
      • RL-1; inserted one per box of Roswell Season One trading cards

ROY ROGERS (1992) Arrowcatch Productions. Set number n.k.; source n.k.; backs marked “Test Card”, followd by a number.
      • #T3 (sitting on Trigger); photo
* The above 5 cards all have a red bordered front
      • #T2 (holding saddle over shoulder)            • #T3 (sitting on Trigger); photo            • #T5 “Roy Rogers Souvenir Program”
* The above 5 cards all have a Blue bordered front
      • 2-card strip; (#s 39 and 40); not marked “Test Card”; 5 x 3.5

RUSSELL MILLER, ARTIST-AT-LARGE (no year) self published. 2-card set; given out at the San Diego ComiCon; n.n.; 2.75 x 3 7/8; blank backs; promotes the artist
      • “Famous Startled Artists”        • “Famous Silly Artists”

RYAN DUNLAVEY (no year) (self-published) 1-card set; given out at cons; n.n.; image of prisoner with a  ball-and-chain; art by Ryan Dunlavey; 4.25 x 6
SAN DIEGO COMIC CON CHROMIUM GRAPHICS HOSPITALITY SUITE TICKET (1997) Chromium Graphics.  2-card set; given to certain people attending the 1997 San Diego Comic Con to attend a party at the hotel; card mentions the date and event; card back says “The Power of Chromium”; each card (or ticket) is 7.25 x 2.5; refractor chromium
      • (Darkchylde); by Randy Queen   • (Lady Death, Evil Ernie, and Purgatory); by Stephen Hughes

SANDMAN (1994) Skybox. Set number n.k.; the following cards measure 2.5 x 4.5
** The entire regular set can be found in uncut 6 card sheets, 10 different ones.

SAN JOSE (1992) The Image Group.  7-card set; sent to dealers; black and white photos.
      • 6-card page; 16.25 x 11 7/8; displays Intro Card #1 thru #6; this is part of a page which includes a 12-card Heartbreakers page (see seperate listing).

SCHISM (no year, but art is dated 1994)     Defiant Comics. 2-card set; given out at San Diego ComiCon; n.n.; art by David Lapham; two cards put together form a complete  image. This is a funky card; it is cut in half in a jagged manner, I guess to simulate separation; the top half say “Schism” and the bottom half has the artists signature; some may consider this set to be only one card, but it IS in two pieces

SCOOBY-DOO (1996) KP Foods.  Set number n.k.; Lenticular; Given out one per pack of Skips Snacks, England; rounded corners
       • SD1 “Unknown”       • SD2 “Unknown”        • SD3 “Unknown”      • SD4 “Unknown”      • SD5 “Unknown”        • SD6 “Unknown”

SCORE SERIES 2 (1997) Score Group. Set number n.k.; ADULT Oriented;
       • P1 “Unknown”

SCOTT YOUNG (no year) self published.  1-card set; given out at the San Diego ComiCon; black and white art; promotes the artist; n.n.; blank back; 3.5 x 4...$1

SCREAM 2 (1997) Dimension Films. 1-card set; given out at cons; n.n.; photo; 4 x 6; very  thin card stock, almost like a sticker;   promotes the release of the movie

SCREAM QUEENS (1992) Imagine, Inc. Set number n.k.; sent to dealers; photos
       • n.n. “Brinke”

SCREAMERS (no year) Triumph Films. 1-card set; given out at conventions; n.n.; photo; 6 x 4.25

SCRUBS IN SCRUBLAND (no year) Scrubland Productions; 2-card set; given out at cons;  black and white art Aarron Bordner; 3.25 x 4 7/8; promotes a comic book
      • n.n. (three characters)             • n.n. (two characters)

SEA WORLD (1992) Sea World, Inc.    9-card set; given in 9 cello-pack by Southwest Airlines to commemorate Shamu airplane; marked “Southwest Airlines” on back; n.n.; photos
      • “Asian Short-Clawed Otter”       • “Bonnethead Shark”                      • “Bottlenose Dolphin”                 • “California Sea Lion”
      • “Caribbean Flamingo”              • “Commerson’s Dolphin”                • “Emperor Penguin”                    • “Killer Whale”                     • “Pacific Walrus”

SECRET CITY SAGA (JACK KIRBY’S...) (1993) Topps. 12-card set; poly issues of Secret City Saga comics. Card number 11 is believed not to exist.
      • 11 (unknown; may not exist)

SECTION 12 (1994) Dilemma Productions. 9-card set; given out at shows and made available through a mail-in offer in Dilemma Presents #1 comic book; art by Michael Kelleher; 500 sets produced; all nine cards make one complete image.
      • 1 “Eric Chaplin”          • 2 “Vlad Tepes”           • 3 “Joe Trimmer”          • 4 “Batter”           • 5 “Lt. Batterson”           • 6 “Whitnet Thorne”
      • 7 “Stand-In”                • 8 “Miss Fire”             • 9 “Nite-Fall”

SECTION X (2000) Butcher Knight.    1-card set; given out at the 2000 San Diego Comic Con; 2.25 x 3.25
      • n.n. “Clearence Level : Trainee”

SEEKER (1992) Sky Comics. 1-card set; show promo; promotes a comic book; made to be folded into  a “gatefold” card; 5 x 3 3/8;  back is has a black and white illustration, signed and numbered out of 2500; card came in an envelope with the same graphic used on card back; the envelope is marked “Signed & Numbered...Limited 2500”

SEX MANIACS II (1993) First Amendment Publishing. Set number n.k.; source n.k.; n.n.;  artists n.k.
      • ”J. Edgar Hoover”

SHADAMEHR ENCOUNTERS BAAKESHVA (1993) Ral Partha.  1-card set; Promotes art prints; art by Larry Elmore; n.n.

SHADOWMAN (1999) Aklaim. 1-card set; given out at the 1999 San Diego Comic Con; 5 x 6.25; lenticular motion; blank back; promotes a video game

SHADOWORLD (1990) Joseph Sarno.  2-card set; sent to dealers; art by Paul Sonju
       •  n.n. title card; back lists credits and print run info            •  n.n. 3-card strip (people under a tree, two people holding hands, two men talking); blank back; 7.5 x 3.5

SHI PHONECARDS (1995-96) Dynamic Entertainment. Set number n.k.; source n.k.; art by Willaim Tucci; each card says "Prototype" on back.
       • #4 (sword in one hand, mouth open); says  "1 of 1,000" on back

SHI VS. TOMOE (1996) Crusade Comics. 1-card set; sent to dealers; art by William Tucci; n.n. chromium; back says “Limited to 1,000”

SHOCK CARDS (1993) Personality Comics. Set number n.k.; inserted in comic books.
      • n.n. “Torture”; by Jim Balent; prismatic foil border        • “Bad Girl Case File - Eva Peron”

SHOW & GO (1993) TBx3, Inc. Set number n.k.; sent to dealers; photos; marked “promo” on back
      • 1P “1966 Corvette”        • 2P “1957 Ford”       • 3P “1940 Ford”       • 4P “1970 Challenger”

SILENT SCREAMERS (2000) Aztech Toyz, LLC. 8-card set; inserted with action figures of the same name
      • n.n. “Graf Orlock The Undead”        • n.n. “Knock Renfield The Madman”
**The above cards are printed on  see-through plastic and are made to look like film cels

SILVER AGE (2000) DC Comics. 12-card set; store promo; promotes a comic book series; blank backs; 6 5/8 x 10 1/8; each is marked “Promo” followed by the number “8327-”and a letter; the letter at the end of the number is used below
      • A “The Brave and the Bold”             • B “Challengers of the Unknown”; by Joe Kubert                   • C “Dial H For Hero”
      • D “Doom Patrol”                            • E “The Flash”                                                                 • F “Green Lantern”; by Gil Kane
      • G “Justice League of America”           • H “Showcase Presents”; by Dick Giordano                            • I “80-Page Giant Silver Age”
      • J “Silver Age”; by Brian Bolland       • K “Teen Titans”                                                              • L” Silver Age Secret Files & Origins”

SILVER SABLE AND THE WILD PACK (1992) Marvel Comics. 1-card set; given out at shops; n.n.; artist n.k.; front says ”Official Member : Wild Pack”; blank back.

SIMPSONS (1994) Bongo Entertainment Group. 1-card set; back says “1994 San Diego Comic Con 25” and was handed out at that show; blank back; 8 5/8 x 11
      • n.n. (image of the Simpsons reading comic books around a birthday cake)

SIMPSONS ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION, THE (2000) Inkworks. Set number n.k.; card backs also mention the Simpsons Global Fanfest in Hollywood
      • P-4 (Bart); distributed in England by Cards, Inc.; marked as such on back; does not mention the Simpsons Fanfest

SIMPSONS COLLECTIBLE FILM CARDS (2000) Artbox. 3-card set; n.n.; marked  “Promo” on front; each card is a film cel with a cardboard border
      • (all family members talking); given out at Mediaplay and Suncoast Video stores
      • (Homer playing golf); distributed in England

SIMPSONS GLOBAL FANFEST SCRATCH CARD (2000) Fox.  1-card set; given at 7-11 stores and marked on front; has trivia question with three areas to scratch off; 2.5 x 4.25

SIN THE MOVIE (2000) ADV Films.  Set number n.k.; promotes movie; comic art; n.n.;
      • “Funeral For a Friend”        • “Jennifer Christina”            • “John Christopher”            • “Unleashing the Beast”           • “Where There’s Smoke...”

SINKERS 1995 SEASON (1995) Kitchen Sink Press. Set number n.k.; given at the San Diego ComiCon 1995; 2.75 x 3.75; photos; cards highlight Kitchen Sink Softball Team
      • 1 (title card)        • 25 “Dennis Kitchen”         • 31 “Jamie Riehle”         • 91 “Katy Garnier”         • 112 “John Wills”       • 153 “Sinkers’ Stadium”

SINS OF YOUTH (2000) DC Comics.   12-card set; sent to comic shops; promotes a comic book storyline; marked “Promo” on front; blank backs. Each card front has a number, “8301”, followed by a letter from A thru L, which I will use to list the cards; art by Mike Wieringo; 6 5/8 x 10 1/8
      • A “Young Justice”                                                           • B “Young Justice”                           • C “Aquaboy, Lagoon Man”
      • D “Batboy and Robin”                                                    • E “Kid Flash, Impulse”                     • F “Superman Jr., Superboy, Sr.”
      • G “Starwoman and the Junior Society of America”                • H “Wondergirls”                             • I “JLA, Jr.”
      • J “The Secret, Deadboy”                                                  • K “Superboy #74”                            • L “Young Justice : Secret Files & Origins”

SKATE (1991) Kayo Cards, Ltd. Set number n.k.; sent to dealers; photos; n.n.; marked “Prototype” on back.
      • ”Ray Underhill”       • ”Mike Crum”       • ”Jim Murphy”       • ”Chris Miller”         • ”Christian Hosoi”

SKINTIGHT SERIES 1 THRU 5 (1997) Ultravision Video. 5 card set; Each card promotes a separate series, corresponding to card number; ADULT oriented; Photo’s;
      • 2 “Unknown”

SKYCAPS (1993) Skybox. 7-milk cap set plus 1 slammer and 1 title card; given out the 14th Annual National Sports Collectors Convention in a cello-pack; 1 5/8 diameter
      • title / instruction card; says “National Sports Collectors Convention” on back.
      • N1 “Ferret” by n.k.            • N2 “Grifter” by Jim Lee       • N3 “Blitz” by Simon Bisley       • N4 “Last Action Hero” by n.k.
      • N5 “Jim Kelly (photo)        • N6 “Batman” by n.k.          • N7 “Jurassic Park” by n.k.          •  n.n. slammer says “National Sports Collectors Convention”

SMALL SOLDIERS (1998) Inkworks. 4-card set; sent to dealers; photos
      • # 00 “Unknown”; Came in Starlog Issue 153;

SMALL SOLDIERS (1998) Bluebird. 16 card set; Australian Issue; Given out one per Bluebird food item; Sticker; Oversize; 3.5 x 4.75;
       • 2 “Unknown”          • 4 “Unknown”            • 5 “Unknown”             • 6 “Unknown”              • 7 “Unknown”
      • 8 “Unknown”           • 10 “Unknown”          • 11 “Unknown”            • 12 “Unknown”            • 13 “Unknown”            • 14 “Unknown”                • 16 “Unknown”

SNAILIENS (1992) Abrams / Gentile Entertainment, Inc. Set number n.k.; inserted in Snailiens toys.
      • 3 “Jefferson”              • 11 “Jet”

SNOOPY ACTION CARDS (1997) Creata Promotions. 5 card set; Came one per bottle of Peanuts Peanut butter; Octogon Shaped fold out;

SOLAS (2000) Samuel Goldwyn Films, LLC. 1-card set; store promo; promotes the screening of the film in San Diego; photo; 3 7/8 x 5 7/8

SONIC THE HEDGEHOG : TRIPLE TROUBLE (1994) Sega. Set number n.k.; source n.k.;   artists n.k.; n.n.; milk caps.
       • ”Sonic the Hedgehog”           • ”Knuckles”

SOUTH PARK STICKERS (1998) Comedy Central. 1-sticker set; n.n.; blank back; poly  Wizard #80; 5.5 x 4.5; has 6 stickers on one sheet

SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA COLLECTOR’S EXPO PHONECARDS (1996) Various manufacturers. Set number n.k.; fronts say “Southern California Collector’s Expo August 23-25, 1996” and were given out at that show; n.n.; 2 1/8 x 3 3/8; phonecards; backs are serial numbered out of 1,000
       • (Betty Boop)              • “Bozo 50th Anniversary”             • “Pink Panther”

SPACE PRECINCT (1995) Marvel Comics / GTV. 1-card set; source n.k.; promotes t.v. show and merchandise; photo

SPEED RACER (no year, art dated 1995) Warner Bros. 1-card set; given at cons; n.n. (drawing of cars racing through tunnel); 7 x 5; blank back; promotes coming of live-action film

SPERANZA STUDIOS (2000) Speranza Studios. 2-card set; given out at the 2000 SanDiego Comic Con; promotes an illustration studio; art by Mike Speranza; postcards; 4 x 6
       • (Frankenstein in the corner of the card)  • (X-Files)

SPIDER : THE VIDEO GAME (1996) Company n.k. 1-card set; poly Wizard #66; circular shaped; promotes the video game; measures 5 inches in diameter

SPIDER-FEMME (1992) Personality Comics Inc. 4 Card set; Uncut sheet of 4 cards; Comes bound in Various Issues of “Spoof Comics Presents”;
       • 2 of 4 “Cards # 4, 5, 6”; Issue # 2               • 3 of 4 “Cards # 7, 8, 9”; Issue # 3             • 4 of 4 “Cards # 10, 11, 12”; Issue # 4 

SPIDER-MAN (1996) Quaker Oats Limited. Set number n.k.; Came one per box of Sugar Puffs cereal in the United Kingdom; 2.3 x 3.2; n.n.

SPIDER-MAN MASTER SERIES (1996) Fleer/Skybox. Set number n.k.; embossed; n.n.; image same as Spider-Man 30th Anniversary promo; art by Mark Bagley ; blank back.
      • gold foil background.           • white background

SPIDERMAN TIMELINE CARDS (1996) Eskimo Pie. 24-card set; Cards came 2 per box of Welch’s And Eskimo Pie Snacks; Cards had to be cut from packaging; a Complete Pre-cut 12 card set could be ordered thru a redemption offer, but those cards used a different thinner card stock; 
      • 2 of 24 “Unknown”          • 3 of 24 “Unknown”        • 4 of 24 “Unknown”         • 5 of 24 “Unknown”        • 6 of 24 “Unknown”         • 7 of 24 “Unknown”
      • 8 of 24 “Unknown”          • 9 of 24 “Unknown”        • 10 of 24 “Unknown”        • 11 of 24 “Unknown”       • 12 of 24 “Unknown”      • 14 of 24 “Unknown”
      • 15 of 24 “Unknown”        • 16 of 24 “Unknown”       • 17 of 24 “Unknown”       • 18 of 24 “Unknown”       • 20 of 24 “Unknown”       • 22 of 24 “Unknown”
      • 23 of 24 “Unknown”        • 24 of 24 “Unknown”

SPOOF COMICS TRADING CARDS (1992) Personality Comics, Inc. Set number n.k.; poly in (title and # n.k.); art by n.k
The following cards have no markings to indicate them as promos, but I know they promote Spoof Comics; the only info the card backs give is the card title and some story text.
       • n.n. “Maxxine"

SPORTS MART (no year) Sports Mart. 1-card set; given out at shows; photo;  unsure what it promotes
       • n.n. (girl with checkered flag)

SPRUNG MONKEY (1998) Hollywood Records. 1-card set; given out at record stores; photo back; 5.5 x 4.25; promotes a music band’s album release

STAMP CARDS SERIES ONE : BIRDS AND FLOWERS (1991) Bon Air Collectibles. Set number n.k.; dealer promo; fronts marked “Prototype”
      • 3 “Arizona”        • 7 “Connecticut”        • 8 “Delaware”        • 10 “Georgia”

STAR ‘93 (1992) Star International.   33-card set; given out at various shows;  promotes different card sets from the manufacturer for 1993; photos; the words in parentesis indicates which set title is on the card front.
      • 1 “Morena Corwin” (Hooters); orange border)                 • 2 “Morena Corwin” (Hooters); white border)                      • 3 “Heidi Tenety” (Hooters); orange border)
      • 4 “Heidi Tenety” (Hooters); white border)                     • 5 “Heidi Tenety” (Hooters); yellow border)                         • 6 “Jamie Solinger” (Miss Teen USA); white border
      • 7 “Jamie Solinger” (Miss Teen USA); yellow border       • 8 “Jamie Solinger” (Miss Teen USA); pink border              • 9 “Lynn Austin” (Hooters)
      • 10 “Lynn Austin” (Hooters)                                         • 11 “Shawnae Jebbia” (Hooters)                                        • 12 “lola Corwin” (Hooters)
      • 13 “Shannon Seegert” (Hooters)                                    • 14 “Mistie Graven” (Hooters)                                          • 15 “Kinna Clough” (Hooters)
      • 16 “Candace Brown” (Miss USA); white border               • 17 “Candace Brown” (Miss USA); orange border                • 18 “Jennifer Rogers” (Miss USA); white border
      • 19 “Jennifer Rogers” (Miss USA); yellow border              • 20 “Lynn Austin” (Hooters)                                            • 21 “Candace Brown” (Hawaiian Tropic)
      • 22 “Bles Fuata” (Hooters)                                            • 23 “Julie Nist” (Hawaiian Tropic)                                    • 24 “Heidi Morningstar” (Hawaiian Tropic)
      • 25 “Nicole Rabalais” (Hawaiian Tropic)                         • 26 “Monica Buck” (Hawaiian Tropic)                               • 27 “Monica Buck” (Hawaiian Tropic)
      • 28 “Jennifer Blair” (Hawaiian Tropic)                            • 29 “Jennifer Blair” (Hawaiian Tropic)                                • 30 “Jennifer Blair” (Hawaiian Tropic)
**The above 30 cards were sent to distributers as complete sets, and handed out at shows as singles each is marked “Show Promo - 1 of 2500” on back
       • n.n. “Jennifer Blair” (Hawaiian Tropic)                          • n.n. “Candace Brown” (Hawaiian Tropic)
**The above two cards have blank backs; the fronts are the same fronts as used on the autographed cards in packs
       • n.n. “Candace Brown” (Miss USA); not issued as a promo, nor inserted in packs; source not determined, so I am listing it here for now.

STAR TREK (no year) Company n.k. 2-card set; source n.k. These cards have a gold foil  border; the back only says “Promo # of 2” otherwise is blank. Artist n.k.
      • #1 “Captain Kirk”              • #2 “Mr. Spock”

STAR TREK (1991) Impel. Set number n.k.; photos
      • 128 “Romulans”; gray Diamond logo on back; came in a cello-pack with other cards from Impel; at this time I do not know what else came in the cello-pack.

STAR TREK : DEEP SPACE NINE (1993) Skybox. Set number n.k.; All cards are photos.
      • factory set; this item is an unnumbered version of the factory set; it was issued to sales personel; the area where a serial number goes is blank.

STAR TREK : DEEP SPACE NINE SIGNING CARD (1993) Malibu Comics. 1-card set; given out at shows; blank back; 6.75 x 10.25
     • n.n. (image of space staion)

STAR TREK: DEEP SPACE NINE SPACECAPS (1994) Playmates. 17 card set; Came one per action figure; Card with Punch out Pog in cneter; Photo’s;
      • 13 Sisko From Crossover”

STAR TREK : FEDERATION SCIENCE (1996) South Florida Museum. 1-card set; source n.k.; 4.25 x 6; postcard; promotes a museum exhibit

STAR TREK SPACE CAPS (1995) Playmates. 14 card set; Came one per action figure; Light blue bordered front; Card with punch out pog; Photo’s; Cards from TOS and TNG;
      • 3  “Dr. McCoy”              • 4 “Chief Scott”

STAR TREK: THE NEXT GENERATION EPISODE COLLECTION SEASON 2 (1995) Skybox. Set number n.k.; sent to dealers; photos; all backs marked “Prototype”.
      • (123, 131); 2-card strips; 7 x 2.5; photos        • (124, 128); 2-card strips; 7 x 2.5; photos             • (125, 129); 2-card strips; 7 x 2.5; photos

STAR TREK: THE NEXT GENERATION SPACE CAPS (1994) Playmates. 41 Card set; Came one per action figure; Dark Blue Bordered fronts; Photo’s
      • 7 “Dathon”            • 14 “Adml. McCoy       • 15 “Capt. Scott”        • 19 “Lt(JG) LaForge”       • 21 “Counselor Troi”       • 33 “Natasha Yar”       • 34 “Dr. Pulanski”
      • 39 “Nausicaan”      • 40 “Lwaxana Troi”

STAR TREK: THE ORIGINAL SERIES (1993) Skybox.  79 card set; came one per video episode release; Photo’s; All say “Episode #” on back
      • 2 “Unknown”        • 4 “Unknown”       • 6 “Unknown”         • 7 “Unknown”         • 9 “Unknown”         • 10 “Unknown”       • 12 “Unknown”
      • 13 “Unknown”      • 14 “Unknown”      • 15 “Unknown”       • 16 “Unknown”       • 17 “Unknown”        • 18 “Unknown”       • 19 “Unknown”
      • 20 “Unknown”      • 21 “Unknown”      • 23 “Unknown”       • 24 “Unknown”       • 25 “Unknown”        • 27 “Unknown”       • 28 “Unknown”       • 29 “Unknown”
      • 30 “Catspaw”        • 31 “Unknown”      • 32 “Unknown”       • 33 “Unknown”       • 34 “Unknown”        • 35 “Unknown”       • 36 “Unknown”       • 37 “Unknown”
      • 38 “Unknown”      • 39 “Unknown”       • 40 “Unknown”       • 41 “Unknown”       • 42 “Unknown”       • 43 “Unknown”       • 44 “Unknown”       • 45 “Unknown”
      • 46 “Unknown”      • 47 “Unknown”       • 48 “Unknown”       • 49 “Unknown”       • 50 “Unknown”       • 51 “Unknown”       • 52 “Unknown”       • 53 “Unknown”
      • 54 “Unknown”      • 55 “Unknown”       • 56 “Unknown”       • 57 “Unknown”       • 58 “Unknown”       • 59 “Unknown”       • 60 “Unknown”       • 61 “Unknown”
      • 62 “Unknown”      • 63 “Unknown”       • 64 “Unknown”       • 65 “Unknown”       • 66 “Unknown”       • 67 “Unknown”       • 69 “Unknown”       • 70 “Unknown”
      • 71 “Unknown”      • 72 “Unknown”       • 73 “Unknown”       • 74 “Unknown”       • 75 “Unknown”       • 76 “Unknown”       • 77 “Unknown”       • 78 “Unknown”
 
STAR TREK : VOYAGER SEASON ONE SERIES 2 (1995) Skybox. Set number n.k.; sent to dealers; photos.
      • #0; back marked “1 of 10,000 in a limited production...”;

STAR TREK : VOYAGER CLOSER TO HOME (1999) Skybox. 4-card set; dealer promo
**The following cards measure 7 x 5; round corners.
      • Promo 1 of 3 “Captain Janeway”                   • Promo 2 of 3 “Commander Chakotay”               • Promo 3 of 3 “Seven of Nine”

STAR WARS EMPIRE STRIKES BACK ROUND CARDS (1980) York.  Set number n.k.;  Round cards came one per pack of York candy in Canada;
      • 1 “Unknown”       • 2 “unknown”        • 3 “Unknown”

STAR WARS : EPISODE I THE PHANTOM MENACE (1999) Lucasfilm. 1-card set; handed out at shows; n.n.;  front says “DLP Exclusive Presentation”; back says AMC...Burbank, CA”; promotes a digital showing of the movie

STAR WARS EPISODE 1 THE PHANTOM MENACE (1999) n.k..  Set number n.k.; Came one per bag of soup mixture; Japanese Issue; 4.75 x 2; foil sticker; blank back;
      • 1 “Unknown”        • 4 “Unknown”       • 5 “Unknown”         • 6 “Unknown”         • 7 “Unknown”          • 8 “Unknown”         • 9 “Unknown”
      • 10 “Unknown”      • 14 “Unknown”      • 15 “Unknown”       • 16 “Unknown”       • 21 “Unknown”        • 22 “Unknown”        • 23 “Unknown”       • 24 “Unknown”

STAR WARS EPISODE 1 THE PHANTOM MENACE (1999) Meiji Foods.  30 card set; came one per bag of potato chips; Japanese issue; rounded corners; Japanese text on back;
       • 1 “Unknown”        • 3 “Unknown”        • 4 “Unknown”         • 5 “Unknown”       • 7 “Unknown”        • 8 “Unknown”        • 9 “Unknown”
       • 10 “Unknown”      • 11 “Unknown”       • 12 “Unknown”       • 13 “Unknown”      • 14 “Unknown”      • 15 “Unknown”      • 17 “Unknown”
       • 18 “Unknown”      • 19 “Unknown”       • 20 “Unknown”       • 21 “Unknown”      • 23 “Unknown”      • 24 “Unknown”      • 25 “Unknown”
       • 27 “Unknown”      • 28 “Unknown”       • 29 “Unknown”       • 30 “Unknown”

STAR WARS EPISODE 1 THE PHANTOM MENACE (1999) Crazy Planet.  32 Card set; Stickers; Came one per Crazy Planet product in France; :Backs have english and french writing;
       • 4-32 "Unknown" • 7-32 "Unknown" • 8-32 "Unknown" • 10-32 "Unknown" • 12-32 "Unknown" • 13-32 "Unknown" • 14-32 "Unknown"
       • 15-32 "Unknown" • 16-32 "Unknown" • 17-32 "Unknown" • 18-32 "Unknown" • 19-32 "Unknown" • 22-32 "Unknown" • 23-32 "Unknown"
       • 24-32 "Unknown" • 25-32 "Unknown" • 26-32 "Unknown" • 27-32 "Unknown" • 29-32 "Unknown" • 30-32 "Unknown" • 31-32 "Unknown"
       • 32-32 "Unknown"

STAR WARS FINEST (1996) Topps. Set number n.k.; chromium.
       • n.n. 1-card page; 10.75 x 7; art by n.k.; sent to dealers; refractor chromium.

STAR WARS GALAXY SERIES 2 (1994) Topps. Set number n.k.
       • P3 (Yoda shrine); by John Rheume; card was disapproved by Lucas Films and supposedly destroyed.

STAR WARS TRILOGY FEEL THE FORCE GAME PIECES (1997) Taco Bell.  Set number n.k.;  Peel-off game pieces; could be collected to win prizes; 1x2.5; paper thin;
       • 1 "Unknown"          • 3 "Unknown         • 8 "Unknown"          • 9 "Unknown"           • 12 "Unknown"       • 13 "Unknown"        • 14 "Unknown"
       • 15 "Unknown"        • 16 "Unknown"       • 17 "Unknown"        • 18 "Unknown"        • 19 "Unknown"        • 20 "Unknown"        • 21 "Unknown"

STEVE WORON’S FEMALE FANTASY (1997) The Illustration Studio. Set number n.k.; sent to dealers; the card backs have a blue border, lettering is white
      • Promo 2 “woman in blue dress”            • Promo 4 “Unknown”

STORMIN’ NORMAN (no year, but is 1991) Crown Sports. 1-card set; source n.k.

STRANGE BUT LOVELY LADIES (1995) Edition Quasimodo.  9 card set; Artwork by Felix; Cards say promo # of 9 on back
      • 1 of 9 “brunette with picture on wall”       • 2 of 9 “Teddy and the Pirate”            • 3 of 9 “Samantha Spade”                 • 4 of 9 “witch on a broom”
      • 5 of 9 “title card”                                  • 6 of 9 “leopard girl with panther”       • 7 of 9 “purple shirt, butterflies”         • 8 of 9 “green lingerie, champagne”
      • 9 of 9 “blowing smoke”

SUICIDE BLONDE (1997, year not printed) Immortal Nights Studio. 2-card set; given out at conventions; artist n.k.; promotes the comic book
      • n.n. (mostly blue in color, woman with gun)        • n.n. “She would be targeted for death...”; photo; 5.25 x 4.25

SUNNY DELIGHT REACH FOR THE SUN PHONE CARD (1998) Sprint.   1-cards et; given out to retailers by distributors of Sunny Delight soft drink; 3 3/8 x 2 1/8; marked “For Promotional Use Only - Not For Resale” on back

SUPER BOWL CARD SHOW (1992) NFL Properties. 1-card set; given out at the 1993 Super Bowl Card Show; both sides are marked “January 28-31, 1993”

SUPER CREW COMICS SERIES ZERO : THE ASHCAN EDITION (1995) Super Crew Comics. 12-card set; source n.k.
      • Card #1 Superchris”                       • Card #3 “Bart”                        • Card #4 “Wave”                                • Card #4 “Wave”
**Note : Card #2 may have been  misnumbered “Card #4”. Both Cards #4s listed above have different images on front.
      • Card #5 “Snap the Punk Turtle”      • Card #6 “Mikey”                    • Card #7 “Lenny”                                • Card #8 “Billy Jacobs”
      • Card #9 “Scooter Crispy”               • Card #10 “Mike Crepper”         • Card #11 “Gizmo the Wonder Dog”      • Card #12 “Mask the Cat”

SUPERIOR COLLECTION (1992)  Sterling Cards, Inc. 1-card set; marked “1992 Prototype” on back; back serial numbered out of 20,000;  promotes sports memorabilia auction

SUPER MAN : FOR ALL SEASONS (1998) DC Comics. 1-card set; n.n. “Metropolis Home of Superman!” on front; art by Tim Sale; 6 x 4; postcard; \says “Promo” on bottom

SUPERMAN HOLO SERIES (1996) Fleer / Skybox. 2-card set; sent to dealers.
      • 6-card page; numbered 37, 47, 43, 10, 41, 44; art by Dan Jurgens, Chris Renaud, Chris Batista, Darick Robertson, Barry Kitson; silver hologram

SUPERMAN / MADMAN HULLABALOO! (1997) DC Comics / Dark Horse Comics. 1-card set; given out at cons; n.n.; card  displays eight different figures meant to be cut out and made into stand-ups; art by Mike Allred; blank back; 3 x 16

SUPERMAN, THE MAN OF STEEL (1993) Wizard Press. 2-card set; artist n.k.
      • n.n.; gold foil border in a hard case with a seal of authenticity; sent to dealers for ordering a certain number of the copies of the magazine

SUPERMAN: MAN OF STEEL (1995) Skybox. Set number n.k.; Came one per Action Figure; All Have Kenner Logo on back;
      •  KS7 “Unknown”

SUPERMAN TRIBUTE EDITION (1993) Wizard Press. 1-card set; source n.k.; art by Dan Jurgens (back); card front says “Wizard’s Superman Tribute Edition” and is all silver foil, embossed with no art; card back says “For   Promotional Purposes Only”; 5 x 7; it promotes the magazine itself

TARGET COUNTRY MUSIC CARDS (1999) Target. Set number n.k.; inserted in music CDs at Target stores; n.n.; photos
      • “Alan Jackson”      • “Brooks & Dunn”       • “Dixie Chicks”; serial numbered • “Reba”

TEAM BLADERUNNER (1996) Kraft Foods.  4 card set.; Sticker given one per box of Capri Sun Drinks; Promotes Rollerblading
      •  1 “Unknown”       •  3 “Unknown”        •  4 “Unknown”

TEAM BLOCKBUSTER VIDEO GAME CARDS (1993) Blockbuster Entertainment.  50 card set, given out one card pur rental of Video Games at Blockbuster stores
      • 1 “Unknown”        • 3 “Unknown”       • 5 “Unknown”       • 6 “Unknown”         • 8 “Unknown"       • 12 “Unknown”       • 13 “Unknown”        • 14 “Unknown”
      • 16 “Unknown”      • 19 “Unknown”      • 20 “Unknown”      • 23 “Unknown”      • 26 “Unknown”      • 33 “Unknown”       • 35 “Unknown”        • 38 “Unknown”
      • 41 “Unknown”      • 42 “Unknown”      • 44 “Unknown”      • 45 “Unknown"      • 49 “Unknown”

TEMPLATE SAGA (1997) Head Press Publishing. 2-card set; given out at the following conventions: Dragoncon 1997, Wizard Con 1997, San Diego ComiCon 1997; each signed by the creator and numbered out of 1000; print run was about 1000, but there are a few that can be found without signatures.
      • n.n. (woman in red holding skull); by Michael Lagocki  • n.n. (three characters); by David Bluestein

TERI DIVER (1995) Silver Star Production. 3-card set; Photo’s; ADULT Oriented; all say “Promo” on back
      • 1 of 3 “Unknown”        • 3 of 3 “Unknown”

TERMINATOR 2 (1991) Impel.  2 card set; Photo’s;
      • n.n.; front says “T2” and nothing else
**Note : There is a 3-card cello-pack which was given out at theaters, but none of the three cards is promotional.

TEXAS BIKINI TEAM (1995) Image 2000 Trading Cards. Set number n.k.; source n.k.; n.n.;
      • P-1 “Unknown”

30 YEARS OF STAR TREK :  REFLECTIONS OF THE FUTURE PHASE ONE (1995) Skybox.  Set number n.k.
     • n.n. “Skymotion” (image of Enterprise coming at you); 5.5 x 4; made for the general market to show what Kodak could do with this technology; has square corners as opposed to rounded corners like regular Skymotion cards.
      • 9-card page; (“01-U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701, 146-Captain James T. Kirk, 05-U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701-D,  173-Captain Benjamin Sisko, n.n.-title card, 158-Captain Jean-Luc Picard, 46-Deep Space Nine, 182-Captain Kathryn Janeway, 53-U.S.S. Voyager NCC-74656”); source n.k.; 10.75 x 7.75

TITAN A.E. (2000) Inkworks. 4-card set; dealer promo
      • P4; distributed in England; backmarked “Cards, Inc.”

TITANS (1995) Signature Rookies. 3-card set; given out at an unknown show; photos; gold foil lettering; front says “1 of 30,000”
      • T3 “Katrina Witt”

TODD BORENSTEIN (1994) Lime Rock. 3-card set; sent to dealers and available through the mail; cards are holograms; ; stamped “Prototype” across back
      • 2 “Swamp Girl” 

TOON INTO SCHOOL (1993) Warner Bros. Set number n.k.; given out at Target stores; each is a 4-card sheet; n.n.
      • (“Foghorn Leghorn, Marvin The Martian, Wile E. Coyote, Joey Lawrence Tip #1”)        • (“Speedy Gonzales, Tweety, Henry Hawk, Joey Lawrence Tip #2)
      • (“Road Runner, Yosemite Sam, Daffy Duck, Joey Lawrence Tip #3”)

TOP PILOT (1993-1997) Top Pilot.  14-card set; photos of airplanes; backs are marked “Top Pilot Promo Card #” follwed by the number; they are also marked “P1, P2...”
      • P1 “YF-22A”                                         • P2 “A-10A Thunderbolt II”                       • P3 “A-7E Corsair II”                       • P4 “MCAS El Toro History”
      • P5 “Andrews Airforce Base History”          • P6 “YF-23”                                             • P7 “U-2R”                                    • P8 “Doolittle Raid Reenactment”
      • P9 “F-16 A/F-117 A/YF-22 Squadron”      • P10 “XP-39A Airacomet”                           • P11 “V-1 Flying Bomb”                 • P12 “B-52G Stratofortress”
      • P13 “F-4B Phantom II”                           • P14 “Hail & Fairwell MCAS El Toro”

TOXIC BABES (1994) Edition Quadimodo. Set number n.k.; sent to dealers; German Issue
      • 1 of 9 “Unknown”       • 3 of 9 “Unknown”       • 4 of 9 “Unknown”       • 5 of 9 “Unknown”        • 6 of 9 “Unknown”
      • 7 of 9 “Unknown”       • 8 of 9 “Unknown”       • 9 of 9 “Unknown”

TOY STORY 2 (1999) Manufacturer N.K..  25 card set; came one per food issue item in Australia; Back has token which could be collected to win prizes; foil sticker; 2x2.5 inches;
      • 6 of 25 "Unknown"       • 7 of 25 "Unknown"          • 8 of 25 "Unknown"          • 10 of 25 Unknown""      • 14 of 25 "Unknown"
      • 16 of 25 "Unknown"      • 17 of 25 "Unknown"        • 20 of 25 "Unknown"       • 21 of 25 "Unknown"       • 23 of 25 "Unknown"      • 24 of 25 "Unknown"

TRADING CARD OF THE OLYMPICS (1988) Break Cake Snacks. 21 card set; came one per pack of Break cake foods; Olypic Poster artwork;
      • 1 “Unknown”        • 2 “Unknown”       • 3 “Unknown”        • 4 “Unknown”         • 5 “Unknown”        • 6 “Unknown”        • 9 “Unknown”
      • 10 “Unknown”      • 11 “Unknown”      • 12 “Unknown”      • 13 “Unknown”       • 14 “Unknown”       • 16 “Unknown”      • 17 “Unknown”
      • 18 “Unknown”      • 19 “Unknown”      • 20 “Unknown”      • 21 “Unknown”

T-REX : BACK TO THE CRETACEOUS (1998) Imax Theatre. 1-card set; source n.k.; promotes a screening for a movie in Arizona; 3.37 x 8 7/8
      • n.n. (image of a T-Rex, bones, and a human)

TRIBE (1993) Arena Magazine.  2-card set; poly Arena ; “Arena Magazine” on back; art by Larry Stroman
      • n.n. "Hannibal"; identical to the above card but has a silver ink logo on front as opposed to a white logo; comes in a hard case with a seal of authenticity; source n.k.

TRIGUN (2000) Pioneer. 3-card set; given out at shows; n.n.; chromium; promotes an anime video.
      • “Trigun”; not chromium; 8 x 10

TRIPLE X : XXX INTERNATIONAL (no year) Pander Bros. Set number n.k.; source n.k.;  3 x 4; promotes a graphic novel

TRON (Year n.k.) York.  Set number n.k.; round cards that came one per pack of York candies in Canada;
      • 1 “Unknown”      • 2 “Unknown”      • 3 “Unknown”      • 4 “Unknown”      • 5 “unknown”

TSR TRADING CARDS (1991) TSR, Inc. Set number n.k.; artists n.k
      • n.n. 2-card page “742-Kyrrolla, 743-Cytulliar” by n.k.; inbound Previews (ish n.k.); 7 7/8 x 3.5; has an extra 3" white left border
      • n.n. 2-card page; “744-Poliamus Azar, 745-Zerrannon”; 7 7/8 x 3.5; inbound Previews (ish n.k.)

TSR TRADING CARDS II (1992) TSR, Inc. Set number n.k.; artists n.k. Cards promote 1991 set, but have a 1992 copyright date. The actual 1991 card set is numbered up to 737
      • 738            • 739             • 740             • 741
**Cards 738 thru 741 were poly Advance #39, 1 card per issue.  Four copies of the same magazine were needed to get all four cards.
      • 742 “Maligor the Red Wizard”; artist n.k.; all foil; 2 5/8 x 3.5 due to a small white left border; glued to a white card and inbound Previews Vol 2 #2

TSR TRADING CARDS II SERIES 2 (1992) TSR, Inc. Set number n.k. The regular set  numbering goes to 720.
      • Magazine Set 3; 18-card page  (Two 9-card sides, folded and stapled into Dragon Magazine #180); art by n.k.; 16 x 10 7/8; “721-Aruthir, 722-Darwell Tectite, 23-Chobin “the Punkster”, 724-Lady Wendolyn, 725-Hm-boye, 726-Jastus, 727-Delynn Roasbell,  728-Phun Achmana Phun, 729-Retilla Half-Elven, 730-Alvestar Jankins, 731-Foleas, n.n. info card, 732-Mellenea, 733-Guido del Confuso, 734-Aurora, 735-“Thalios” (Maltus Vindir), 736-“Skipper” Kindric, 737-Zinnabar Albbee.

TUNE IN FOR TERROR (1992) Mystery Playhouse. Set number n.k.; sent to dealers.
      • 1 “The War of the Worlds”       • 14 “The Masque of Red Death”            • 22 “The Trembling Curtain”          • n.n. “Tune In For Terror!” cover card
      • 5 "The Green Thing"                • 30 "Stone Dead"
**The above cards marked “Promotional Card” across back; the artwork is black and white.

TV WEEK SERIES 1 (1994) TV Week. 24 card set; Given one per issue of Australian Magazine TV Week; Photo’s; Have TV Week logo on front and back; Gold Foil Stamped
      • 1 “Simpsons”                • 2 “Melissa George”             • 3 “Lois and Clark”        • 4 “David Charet”            • 5 “Plucka Duck”           • 8 “Hangin with Mr. Cooper”
      • 9 “Joey Lawrence”          • 11 “Richard Anderson”        • 12 “Jennie garth”           • 13 “Agro”                     • 14 “David caruso”        • 15 “Christina Applegate”
      • 16 “Dieter Brummer”      • 17 “Mr. Bean”                   • 18 “Jason Preistley”       • 19 “Kimberly Davies”      • 20 “Jaleel White”        • 21 “Absolutely Fabulous”
      •23 “Grant Show”            • 24 “Baywatch Babes”

TV WEEK SERIES 2 (1995) TV Week. 32 Card set; Given one per issue of Australian TV Week magazine; Photo’s; Have TV Week logo on front and back; Gold Foil Stamped
      • 4 “Seinfeld”            • 7 “Brady Bunch”      • 10 “Hey its Saturday”      • 11 “Neighbors”        • 12 “Fawlty Towers        • 17 “Star Trek”        • 18 “A Country Practice”
      • 19 “The Nanny”      • 20 “Bewitched”        • 22 “Footy Show”            • 25 “Prisoner”

TWISTER’S MOST WANTED (1992) Harris Comics. 1-card set; inbound Twister #1 comic book; 8.25 x 4.5; n.n. 2-card strip; “God, Smiling Red”; art by Bill Koeb.

TYR (no year, but 1996 is mentioned in the text on back) Company not mentioned. Set number n.k.; source n.k.; photo of woman playing vollyball
      • n.n. “Barbra Fontana”
ULTIMATE TRADING CARD COMPANY (no year) Ultimate Trading Card Co. 1-card set; says "The Ultimate Valentine"; image of Betty Boop; promotes the company.

ULTRAVERSE II (1993) Skybox. Set  number n.k.; sources n.k
      • n.n. 4-card page; 7 7/8 x 10 5/8;  each card on the page is 2.5 x 3.5; same card as above, but no “Previews” on back

ULTRAVERSE SIGNING CARDS (1993) Malibu Comics. Set number n.k.; given at 1993 San Diego Comic Con; n.n.; blank backs; have areas for creator signatures; 7 x 10.5
      • “Break-Thru”; by George Perez        • “Freex”; by Ben Herrera          • “Mantra”; by Terry Dodson      • “Rune”; by Barry-Windsor Smith

UNCANNY X-MEN: LUCK OF THE DRAWN SWEEPSTAKES (1994) Capcom. Set number n.k.; B&W artwork; Contest info on back; Cards identical except for numbered Question on front;
      • # 1 “Unknown”

UNEARTHED CARDS (no year)  Mun-War  Enterprises, Inc. 4-card set; source n.k.; art by Brenn Leach; this is a Canadian issue
      • P1 “Cymbospondylus”          • P2 “Deinonychus”           • P3 “Dilophosaurus”           • P4 “Dimorphodon”

UNITED STATES PRESIDENTS (1992) Mothers Cookies. 41 card set.  Issued 1 per box of mothers cookies; rounded corners;
       • 1 “Unknown”       • 2 “Unknown”       • 3 “Unknown”         • 4 “Unknown”        • 5 “Unknown”         • 6 “Unknown”         • 7 “Unknown”
       • 8 “Unknown”       • 9 “Unknown”       • 11 “Unknown”       • 11 “Unknown”       • 12 “Unknown”       • 13 “Unknown”       • 15 “Unknown”
      • 17 “Unknown”      • 18 “Unknown”      • 19 “Unknown”       • 20 “Unknown”       • 21 “Unknown”       • 22 “Unknown”       • 23 “Unknown”
      • 24 “Unknown”      • 25 “Unknown”      • 26 “Unknown”       • 27 “Unknown”       • 28 “Unknown”       • 29 “Unknown”       • 30 “Unknown”
      • 31 “Unknown”      • 32 “Unknown”      • 33 “Unknown”       • 34 “Unknown”       • 35 “Unknown”       • 36 “Unknown”       • 38 “Unknown”
      • 39 “Unknown”      • 40 “Unknown”      • 41 “Unknown”    

U.S. ARMY SHOULDER PATCH SERIES (1992) MCS. Set number n.k.; photos; marked "Prototype" on front
      • ARMY (INF)-55 "40th Infantry Division"

U.S. OLYMPIC CARDS : DECATHLON GOLD (1991) Impel. 6-card set; dealer promo; n.n.; photos’ marked “Prototype” on back
      • “Bob Beamon”       • “Bruce Jenner”       • “Jesse Owens”        • “Mark Spitz”        • “Peggy Fleming”       • “Wilma Rudolph”

U.S. WOMEN’S NATIONAL TEAM 1999 WORLD CHAMPIONS (1999) Roox Sports. Set number n.k.; source n.k.; photos; marked “Sample” across back
      • Champion Series 6 “Brandi Chastain”           • Premier Series 9 “Mia Hamm”

VALIANT ERA II (1994) Upper Deck. Set number n.k.
      • n.n. (guy kneeling) by Joe St. Pierre; poly Triton #5
**The following cards were handed out at the 1993 San Diego Comicon. All backs are  identical and say “Welcome 1993 Comic Con Attendees at the top and are n.n.
      • (ninja woman slashing man’s gut)

VAMPIRES AND VIXENS (1996) Illustration Studio. 3-card set; sent to dealers; art by Don Paresi; nudity; black and white illustrations; card fronts have a red border
      • P3 (vampire in front of graveyard)

VARGAS CARD-BOX (1993) The Hearst Corporation. Set number n.k.; intended to be envelopes for phone cards; marked “This Limited Card-Box Is Not For Sale!”; 2.25 x 3.5
      • No. 17 (“Varga” in red on front)                                 • No. 17  (“Varga” in red on front)
**Note: There are two versions of this card. they are identical except for the flap on back has print go two different ways.
      • No. 18 “Thank you let’s keep in touch”                      • No. 19 “The Fantastic Vargas Girls”

VARGAS PIN-UP GIRLS (1992) 21st Century Archives. Set number n.k.; sent to dealers; art by Alberto Vargas
      • n.n. 2-card page; identical to the 2-card sheet as above, but has extra 1/2 inch on the top which says “1992 San Diego Comic Book Expo August 11 & 12

VIETNAM II (1991) Dart Flipcards. Set number n.k.; sent to dealers; photos; Dart sent out uncut pages as promotional cards; there is no indication on the cards of them being promos or prototypes; there were less than 100 of each made.
      • 2-card page (#10,#60); 2.5 x 7                                            • 4-card page (“72-Uss New Jersey, 22-Flares Over Da Nang, 97-The Boat People, 47-Flame Thrower”); 7 x 5
      • 4-card page (“52-City Ablaze, 2-President Kennedy, 77-Ho Chi Minh, 27-People Sniffer)”; 7 x 5

WANTED BY FBI (1993) Federal Card Co. 10-card set; sent to dealers; photos; all marked “Prototype” on back
      • 24-card sheet; 18 x 24; displays all 8 of the promos (3 copies of each) going 6 cards across and 4 cards down; only 5 exist and each sheet is numbered

WARLACE SKETCH CARDS (1997) Knight Press. 1-card set; n.n. (image of a warrior woman with a bow); art by Bob Hickey; marked “Promo” on back; 4.5 x 2.25

WHERE’S WALDO (1991) Quaker Oats Cereal.  13 card set; Came one per box of Quaker Oats LIFE Cereal; All have “LIFE” cereal logo on front;
      • 1 of 12 “Unknown”        • 2 of 12 “Unknown”         • 3 of 12 “Unknown”        • 4 of 12 “Unknown”          • 5 of 12 “Unknown”
      • 6 of 12 “Unknown”        • 7 of 12 “Unknown”         • 9 of 12 “Unknown”        • 12 of 12 “Unknown” 

WILDC.A.T.S. (1994) Playmates. Set number n.k.; Came one per action figure; Comic Artwork;
      • 14 “unknown”        • 22 “Unknown”         • 28 “Unknown”        • 29 “Unknown”        • 30 “Unknown”       • 31 “Unknown”

WILDSTORM SET ONE (1994) Wildstorm Productions. Set number n.k.; chromium.
      • PR1 by Jim Lee; same card as above, but has gold stripe on  front-top, as opposed to silver stripe; card is in hard case with a "Wizard Seal Of Authenticity", and is numbered

WILD WEST (1994) Collectible Imagery. 4-card set; sent to dealers; marked “Wild West Promo Cards” on back; photos
      • 1 of 4 “Billy The Kid”        • 2 of 4 “Jesse James”          • 3 of 4 “Geronimo”        • 4 of 4 “Wyatt Earp”

WILLIE MOSCONI CARD COLLECTION (no year) The Mosconi Estate. Set number n.k.; source n.k.; hand stamped “Promo” on back
      • 2 “Willie Mosconi” by n.k.; 2.5 x 2 7/8          • 5 “Top of the Billards World”; photo; gold foil lettering

WILLOW (1988) Kraft. Set number k.n.; 2 x 3; came one per pack of Kraft cheese;

WING COMMANDER (1999) X-Toys Inc. 8-card set; inserted one per package of Wing Commander action figures; n.n.; photos.
      • “Blair In Flight Suit”       • “Commodore Taggart”           • “Deveraux”                 • “Kilrathi General”              • “Kilrathi Pilot”
      • “Marine Blair”                • “Marshall”                            • “Pilgrim Traitor”

WITCHBLADE MILLENIUM (2000) Dynamic Marketing. Set number n.k.; comic art;
      • D1 (crouched); by Dorian                                 • D4 (head shot); by Keu Cha
**D1 thru D4 inserted in Previews Aug. 2000, one per copy

WIZARD 25TH SILVER ANNIVERSARY GOP (1993) Wizard Press. 2-card set; no art, text only; regular sized card with a pop-out milk-cap.
       • n.n.; silver foil lettering; sent to dealers in hard case with seal of authenticity for ordering a certain number of copies of Wizard #25

WIZARD IMAGE SERIES (1992) Wizard Press. Set number n.k.; poly various issues of Wizard; all have prismatic foil borders. Each has a gold foil version available to dealers for ordering a certain number of copies of the magazine featuring the card; gold versions come in a hard plastic case with a seal of   authenticity;
      • 1 “Spawn” by Todd McFarlane; this is a silver  foil bordered version of the card; it comes in a hard case and has a seal of authenticity from Wizard and another seal that says “Diamond Comic Distributer”; given out at the Diamond Conference 1992 (believed to be limited to 100 printed)...ND
       • 3 “Savage Dragon” by Erik Larsen; gold foil border            • 4 “Image Creators part 1”; gold foil border           • 5 “Image Creators part 2”; gold foil border
       • 7 “Wild C.A.T.S” by Jim Lee; gold foil border                • 9 “Holly Daye” by Jim Lee; gold foil border         • 9 “Santa Todd” by Todd McFarlane; gold foil border

WIZARD IMAGE SERIES 2 (1993) Wizard Press. Set number n.k.; poly various issues of Wizard ; all are foil. Each has a gold foil version available to dealers for ordering a certain number of copies of the magazine featuring the card; gold versions come in a hard plastic case with a seal of authenticity; gold  versions were sent to dealers for ordering a certain number of copies of the issue the regular card came in.
      • 1 “Pitt” by Dale Keown; gold foil lettering           • 3 “Youngblood (Home Team)” by Jae Lee; gold foil lettering

WIZARD IMAGE SERIES 3 (1994) Wizard Press. Set number n.k.; poly various issues of Wizard ; all are chromium. Each has a gold foil version available to dealers for ordering a  certain number of copies of the magazine featuring the card; gold versions come in a hard plastic case with a seal of authenticity; gold versions were sent to dealers for ordering a certain number of copies of the issue the regular card came in.
      • 5 “Ripclaw” silver colored stripe on the left side of the card

WOMEN OF FANTASY (1994) Rak Graphics. 9-card set; given out at shows; black and white art by Robert Kraus;     promotes a comic book
       • Number One “Sorceress”        • Number Two “Fairy Tale Princess”        • Number Three “Mermaid”              • Number Four “Vampiress”
       • Number Five “Robobabe         • Number Six “Demoness”                     • Number Seven “Pixie”                  • Number Eight “Warrior”
       • Number Nine “Angel”

WORDS & PICTURES MUSEUM (1996) Word & Pictures Museum. 1-card set; sent to members of the museum; postcard; 4 x 6; n.n. “Oliphant : The New World Order”; promotes an art exibit

WORLD CLASS ATHLETES (1992) Classic Games, Inc. Set number n.k.; source n.k.; photos; each marked "For Promotional Purposes Only" on back.
      • 1 "Carl Lewis"            • 4 "Betty, Kim & Bela"            • 5 "FloJo & Jackie"

WORLD FAMOUS COMICS (1996) World Famous Comics. 4-card set; available through the mail; photos.
      • n.n. 8-card page “Catherine”; same image as C1, 8 times; numbered out of 250; this is a print, not on card stock; source n.k.

WORLD WILDLIFE FUND COLLECTOR CARDS (1997) Johnson & Johnson.  10 card set; Lenticular; Photo’s of animals; Came one per bottle of Shampoo;
      • 8 “Unknown” 

WORON’S UNIVERSE (no year) The Illustration Studio. 5-card set; source n.k.; regular card set never released.
       • n.n. (woman with smoking gun)  • n.n. (woman in blue)  • n.n. (man in green)
       • n.n. (woman in silver armor); redeemable through a mail-in coupon offer from Woron’s World #3B comic book
       • n.n. (woman in bikini with Purple Hair); redeemable through a mail-in coupon offer from Woron’s World #3A comic 
       • (woman in silver armor); same image as above, but red lettering instead of yellow; also the entire image is shifted downward

WRENCH WENCHES AND GREASE GIRLS (1996) Mother Productions. 2 card set; Photo’s; ADULT Oriented; Say “Promotional Card” on back
       • 1 of 2 “Unknown”          • 2 of 2 “3 girls with engine”

WWF ACTION PACKED (1995) Action Packed. Set number n.k.; 7.5 x 10.5; Embossed cards;
       • MM1 “Unknown”

WWF CIRCLE K SUPERMATCH CARDS (1986) Circle K. 15 card set; game card given with purchase.  Regular size card with extra tear off portion that had a s\cratch of part;
       • 3 “Unknown”        • 7 “Unknown”        • 9 “Unknown”        • 11 “Unknown”       • 12 “Unknown”      • 13 “Unknown”

X-MEN THIRTIETH ANNIVERSARY (1993) Wizard Press. 2-card set; art by Andy Kubert.
      • n.n.; same image as above;  gold foil lettering; comes in a hard case with a seal of authenticity; sent to dealers for ordering a certain number of copies of the above magazine.

XOOP (2000) Xoop. 8-sticker set; given out at the 2000 San Diego Comic Con; n.n.; blank backs; promotes a website
      • “According to the third annual...”       • “Actor Keanu Reeves...”          • “Arnold Schwarzenegger...”             • “Before they fight each other...”
      • “Boanthropy...”                               • “Formicophillia...”                 • “Romans would punish...”              • “The T’ang Dynasty Empress...”

X-STACY (1997) Fresco Cards. 3-card set; given out at the Chicago Comic Con; black and white art by Franchesco; backs form a puzzle
      • 1A (hand out)          • 1B (waist up shot)         • 2-card strip; same images as the above two cards; 7 x 2.5

YOUNGBLOOD (no year) Extreme Studios. 1-card set; given at cons; n.n.; image is 5 team members looking upward; art by Rob Liefeld; blank back; 6 x 4; promotes comic book

YOUNGBLOOD (1992) Comic Images. 3-card set; art by Rob Liefeld; promotes the comic book.
       • #0; metallic gold ink border; same image as the above card; comes in a hard case with a seal of authenticity saying “Capitol”; source n.k.
       • #0; same card as above, comes in a hard case with a seal of authenticity saying “Wizard”; source n.k.

YOUNGBLOOD (1992) Image Comics. Set number n.k.; inbound issues of Youngblood comic books; each card is a 2-card strip; 8 x 4.5; art by Rob Liefeld
      • 1 / 2 “Unknown”        • 3/4 “Unknown”         • 4/5 “Unknown”

ZOMBIE DETECTIVE (no year) ZMedia / Pik  Nik Postcards. 1-card set; given out at San Diego ComiCon; n.n.; 4 1/8 x 6; postcard; promotes an interactive comic book website

ZOMBIE LOVE (1992) ZuZupetal Press.  3-card set; given out at the San Diego ComiCon; black and white art; blank backs; 3 6/8 x 3 6/8; promotes a comic book
      • Card 1 of 3 (logo)         • Card 2 of 3 (pumpkin guy)         • Card 3 of 3 (four character portraits)

ZOMBIE LOVE (1992) ZuZupetal Press. 2-card set; given out at the 1993 San  Diego Comic Con; both cards have the same image (pumpkin-headed guy) and are marked “Center Stage : Zombie Love Issue 3” on front; blank backs
      • n.n.;  3 x 6; white border  • n.n. 2.5 x 5.5; rippled edges
**There is also a double-sided 2 x 6 bookmark which also promotes Offspring (see seperate listing); the Zombie Love side says “Issue 4 • Patchwork”

ZOMBIE SABBATH (1995) Blackest Heart Books. 1-card set; inserted in  book Director’s Cut; blank back, signed and numbered out of 500 by the author Chas. Balun; 3.25 x 4.25

ZOMBIE WAR (1992) Fantaco/ Tundra. 8-card set; art by Kevin Eastman
      • 50 “The Emperor Zombie”; hand stamped “Promotional Copy” on back; stapled (ouch!) to a catalog from Fantaco, along with a Clive Barker promo card (see seperate listing)
      • 51; has three signatures; source n.k.
**The following cards were found poly various issues of Zombie War comics; two cards were inserted per issue; the regular card set goes to number 45.
      • 46                              • 47 “Carnivore Cookout”                           • 48                                       • 49
      • 50 “The Emperor Zombie”; same card as the above mentioned #50, but is not marked promotional. 

ZPC (1996) Zombie ? Set number n.k.; poly Wizard #64; 5 x 5; art by Aiden Hughes; has two stickers one it; both came in same issue, but not together; promotes  video game
• n.n. (top sticker is red)  • n.n. (top sticker is green)
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