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Card of the Day: Ernest Borgnine 2008 Celebrity Cuts Movie Stars

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Abraham Lincoln Vampire Hunter – Official Trailer

Abraham Lincoln, Vampire Hunter was a novel written by Seth Grahame-Smith which was released back in 2010.  It poses one of the most notable figures in history as a vampire hunter.  I never heard of it until I saw the movie poster for it a few weeks ago.  I like it when historical figures are used in fictional stories.  I never read the book, but it looks good.

Abraham Lincoln has a handful of cut signature cards, all selling for thousands when they hit the auction block.  I think my favorite Lincoln cards are the ones Upper Deck made for Goodwin Champions last year.  Those Museum Collection cards containing a piece of Lincoln’s desk are really interesting.

Maybe that wood isn’t from a desk.  Perhaps its an authentic piece of wooden stake used to kill a vampire?

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Cowboys & Aliens

Unlike Thor, Captain America, or any other superhero movie that came out this summer, I wasn’t sure what to expect when heading in to see Cowboys & Aliens.  To be honest, I had no idea it was a graphic novel which was published back in 2006.  It was fun not having a single clue about what was going to happen next.  In my reading, the film makes some changes when compared to the novel, but that usually happens.

Combining the old west with futuristic alien tech is something I’ve never seen before, and I really enjoyed it.  Let me say one thing.  Harrison Ford makes one badass cowboy that I wouldn’t want to screw with.  The same can go for Daniel Craig.  The aliens were designed well.  They kinda reminded me of miniature incredible hulks.

There have already been small talks about a sequel, but I’m not sure how that would work.  The end of the movie really puts a cap on the whole thing.  In 2007, there was a web-comic released that was a sequel to the graphic novel.

All in all, it was a great film.  Nothing gets more sci-fi then the title of Cowboys & Aliens.  The last movie I’ll probably go see this year in the theatre is Rise of the Planet of the Apes.  After that, I’ll be waiting for The Avengers which hits theatres May 2012.

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My 2011 Summer Movie Summary… So Far

Let’s face it.  This summer has been one of the best for movie goers, especially if you’re into superheroes.  So far this summer I’ve been to the movies five times.  I don’t think I’ve ever been to the movies that many times in one summer before.  Ranking them in order from most favorite to least favorite, I’ve seen:

  1. Captain America: The First Avenger
  2. Thor
  3. X-Men: First Class
  4. Transformers: Dark of the Moon
  5. Green Lantern

Marvel films are kicking ass when compared to DC Comics.  All these individual films leading their way up to The Avengers is just amazing.  I’m totally excited to see it!!! After seeing the trailer for The Avengers that’s at the end of Captain America, just makes me want to see it even more.  Iron Man, Thor, Captain America, Hulk, Hawkeye, Nick Fury and many more all in one movie is just mind blowing.

If I had it my way, I’d have Christopher Nolan direct every DC Comics movie.  He has done a great job with the Batman films, making them feel down right dirty, gritty, and truly lifelike.  I look forward to seeing The Dark Knight Rises next summer.  After his epic Batman conclusion, I’m interested in seeing what he can do with Superman.  I wish he would have taken on Green Lantern.  I’m not saying Green Lantern was bad, it was just choppy.

Cowboys and Aliens and Rise of the Planet of the Apes look like fun, so I might see those.  As far as superhero films go, it looks like their finished for this summer.  Next summer is right around the corner – The Avengers, The Amazing Spider-Man, and The Dark Knight Rises.

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Captain America Comes To Cardboard

Upper Deck Entertainment has had a ton of success with its superhero related products – Iron Man, Thor, and now Captain America: The First Avenger.  Due to be released on 6/14/11, collectors will find (2) relics or autographs per box on average.  Insignia manufactured patches come (1) per box too.  Sketch cards fall about (1) in every other box.  Autographs and relics include:

  • Chris Evans (Captain America / Steve Rogers)
  • Tommy Lee Jones (Captain Chester Phillips)
  • Hugo Weaving (The Red Skull)
  • Samuel L. Jackson (Nick Fury)
  • Hayley Atwell (Peggy Carter)

Its going to be a great summer packed with superheros and cards!

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Example of an insignia manufactured patch


Thor Is Coming!

Next summer is going to be packed with comic book superhero movies.  I can’t wait!!!  Green Lantern, Captain America: The First Avenger, and Thor are whats in store for next year.  Upper Deck has even prepared to make a Thor trading card set thats due out on 3/15/11.  Here are some of the product highlights:

  • 90-card base set
  • Costume Cards 1:12
  • Autographs 1:288
  • Sketch Cards 1:48
  • PETG Movie Cell Cards 1:16
  • 24 packs per box

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For those of you who haven’t seen the Thor trailer yet, take a look.