Star Trek trading cards to be unveiled next month
January 30, 2014, 4:11:47 CET | mm-inews

Rittenhouse Archives will be unveiling sets of trading cards dedicated to Star Trek (2009) and Star Trek: Into Darkness on February 26.

Each pack will contain 6 cards, 24 packs per box, 12 boxes each case and a set consisting of 110 cards with scene-by-scene plot synopses and photos from the movies.

According to StarTrek.com, there will also be "a 9-card Star Trek: Into Darkness foldout set, a 24-card Star Trek: Into Darkness Uniform Badge set and a 12-card Star Trek: Into Darkness Uniform Relic set."

Signed cards with photos of the actors and actresses from the two movies will also be a nice treat for Star Trek fans and fanatic collectors.



The cards will be available online at scifihobby.com, and will have a price tag of around $3.50 per pack and a box costing $84.
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