December 5, 2014

We've Got A Couple Questions For You


Hopefully by now you've had a chance to check out the first two episodes [plus a bonus mini episode] of The Trading Card Preservation Society podcast that Dave and I have been putting. We will be recording Episode #3 soon and we need some fresh questions for us to answer in our Q and A segment. We'll take questions on anything trading card/pop culture related so please leave a good question and you will probably be made famous on the podcast. 

7 comments:

cardspotter said...

Question for both- What is your favorite baseball card you've pulled from a loose pack of cards?

Opinion Question- With the rise of group breaks and online sales do you think physical card shops/card shop culture will ever make a come back? and how will this effect the hobby in the future?

The Junior Junkie said...

Will Upper Deck ever get their license back? Should they? Would you be excited if they did?

What's your favorite Griffey?

How do you feel about wearing jeans with crocs?

Looking forward to it...

mike said...

Has Topps ever offered an explanation as to why they duplicate photos with regularity for their various products in any given year? They seem to replicate pictures for different products, which doesn't make sense given the thousands of photos available of mainstream athletes.

Could you two offer some advice on finding tougher copies of cards for player collectors besides trolling eBay or dumb lucking at a show or a blaster box?

mike said...

Has Topps ever offered an explanation as to why they duplicate photos with regularity for their various products in any given year? They seem to replicate pictures for different products, which doesn't make sense given the thousands of photos available of mainstream athletes.

Could you two offer some advice on finding tougher copies of cards for player collectors besides trolling eBay or dumb lucking at a show or a blaster box?

Reds Card Collector said...

With the recent release of Topps Dynasty, I feel that Topps is neglecting the quality of their "more affordable" product lines and concentrating more on their high end products? Do you agree or disagree and will this be a boon or a bust for Topps in the long run?

Jafronius said...

I'd expand on Cardspotter's question to include the other sports and non-sports sets (favorite baseball card, football card, Pony card, Mars Attacks card, etc.)

Also, who's playing Jerry Orbach and Chris Noth?

Dave said...

Why are there two cards of Hal Reniff in 1962 Topps?