2012 Topps Archives Super Groovy!

Want to own a Kobra Kai autograph? Now you can. Topps has amped up 2012 Archives with some late additions. Wax on wax off! Billy Zapka and Martin Kove both from the karate kid have signed dope looking cards! Makes me wanna bust out my Ninja Turtles Lunch pail and yellow sony walkman. The Karate autos will be lucky box loaders. They also announced ten one of one book cards. These will feature 6 autos per book.

They also have picked up on the Har-vish (creative!) hype and inserted Harper and Darvish. They used the 84 Topps design for Harper and 86 Design for Darvish. Sweet looking cards. I'm a fan of the 86 look as i have a few Barry Bonds rookies from that year. The Checklist on this product looks great!

I have to give credit to Topps. Especially the marketing dept. The twitter has been blowing up. The announcements of the additions are planned to perfection. Our Distributor told us a month ago that there was plenty of this available and it was way undersold. Its now sold out of the manufacture and i expect a price hike after release. Especially if Darvish keeps pitching well and Harper keeps breaking bats...I mean hitting HR's. They are definitely erasing 2011 Seapage i mean Lineage from my throw up in my mouth memory. As a Bay Area guy im excited for the Will Clark auto and the Carney Lansford. I used to play Baseball at the same field Carney played on and met him several times. Heres the auto list

2012 Topps Archives Fan Favorites Autographs Checklist

Hank Aaron, Atlanta Braves
Sandy Koufax, Los Angeles Dodgers
Willie Mays, San Francisco Giants
Ken Griffey Jr., Seattle Mariners

Jose Oquendo, St. Louis Cardinals
Don Mattingly, New York Yankees
Jim Abbott, California Angels
Vida Blue, Oakland Athletics
Bill Buckner, Chicago Cubs
Jay Buhner, Seattle Mariners
Will Clark, San Francisco Giants
Chili Davis, California Angels
Cecil Fielder, Detroit Tigers
George Foster, Cincinnati Reds
Ron Gant, Atlanta Braves
Ken Griffey, Cincinnati Reds
Tom Herr, St. Louis Cardinals
John Kruk, Philadelphia Phillies
Ray Lankford, St. Louis Cardinals
Jack McDowell, Chicago White Sox
Roger McDowell, New York Mets
John Olerud, Toronto Blue Jays
Terry Pendleton, Atlanta Braves
Boog Powell, Baltimore Orioles
Luis Tiant, Boston Red Sox
Robin Ventura, New York Mets
Mitch Williams, Philadelphia Phillies
Buddy Bell, Texas Rangers
Bob Boone, Philadelphia Phillies
Brett Butler, Los Angeles Dodgers
Doug DeCinces, Baltimore Orioles
Doug Drabek, Pittsburgh Pirates
Oscar Gamble, New York Yankees
Bobby Grich, California Angels
Von Hayes, Philadelphia Phillies
Frank Howard, Washington Senators
Carney Lansford, Oakland Athletics
Bud Harrelson, New York Mets
Dennis Martinez, Montreal Expos
Ben Oglivie, Milwaukee Brewers
Lance Parrish, Detroit Tigers
Bobby Richardson, New York Yankees
Dave Righetti, New York Yankees
Bobby Thigpen, Chicago White Sox
Andy Van Slyke, Pittsburgh Pirates
Maury Wills, Los Angeles Dodgers
Willie Wilson, Kansas City Royals
Wally Backman, New York Mets
Steve Balboni, Kansas City Royals
George Bell, Toronto Blue Jays
Sid Bream, Atlanta Braves
Joe Charboneau, Cleveland Indians
Jack Clark, St. Louis Cardinals
Cecil Cooper, Milwaukee Brewers
Shawon Dunston, Chicago Cubs
Dick Groat, Pittsburgh Pirates
Cleon Jones, New York Mets
Wally Joyner, California Angels
Jimmy Key, New York Yankees
Dave Kingman, New York Mets
Ron Kittle, Chicago White Sox
Ed Kranepool, New York Mets
Bill Lee, Boston Red Sox
Mickey Lolich, Detroit Tigers
Greg Luzinski, Philadelphia Phillies
Bill Madlock, Pittsburgh Pirates
Bake McBride, Philadelphia Phillies
Al Oliver, Pittsburgh Pirates
Amos Otis, Kansas City Royals
Steve Rogers, Montreal Expos
Mike Scott, Houston Astros
Ken Singleton, Baltimore Orioles
Jim Wynn, Houston Astros

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