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Fleer (USA) Films, TV, Sci Fi & Comic Art Aaahh! Real Monsters Colouring Cards 1995 Aaahh! Real Monsters Colouring Cards 1995 LT10 - As you can guess from the title, these cards continue to exploit Nickelodeon’s Aaahh! Real Monsters kids TV programme with a further selection of coloured pictures numbered 1 to 10. On the backs are black line drawings on a plain white background, intended for drawing in. Size 89 x 68mm.
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Aaahh! Real Monsters Colouring Cards 1995

Aaahh! Real Monsters Colouring Cards 1995

Fleer (USA) - LT10 in set

£3.00

Fleer (USA) Films, TV, Sci Fi & Comic Art Power Rangers The Movie Pop Up 1995 Power Rangers The Movie Pop Up 1995 LT24 - This premium sub-set is intended to go with the main series. Each comprises three layers of card; when the front and back are pulled apart the middle pops up to reveal one of the principal characters which can be held in place using the front and back layers as a stand. Size 89 x 63mm.
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Power Rangers The Movie Pop Up 1995

Power Rangers The Movie Pop Up 1995

Fleer (USA) - LT24 in set

£5.00

Fleer (USA) Films, TV, Sci Fi & Comic Art Aaahh! Real Monsters 1995 Aaahh! Real Monsters 1995 LT90 - A quirky cartoon collection of weird people and imaginary monsters with titles such as ‘scared sniffness’ and ‘warm worm pudding’, the coloured artwork designed to appeal to youngsters (nothing really nasty or offensive) is backed by suitable descriptive scenarios. The set is split into sections such as six ‘monster life’ cards, seven ‘scares’ and so on. Size 89 x 68mm.
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Aaahh! Real Monsters 1995

Aaahh! Real Monsters 1995

Fleer (USA) - LT90 in set

£8.00

Fleer (USA) Films, TV, Sci Fi & Comic Art Grossville High 1986 Grossville High 1986 LT66 - The name gives a clue to the contents – gross – cartoons of the extremely ugly students and staff at an American school, Grossville High. So we see Jackie Acne, Dan Dandruff, Vic Vomit and Prof. Sigmund Fraud. The backs are spoof mock-ups of the school’s bulletin board, newspaper, yearbook, certificate, rules etc. – schoolboy humour and witty banter with a cruel edge. Size 89 x 64mm.
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Grossville High 1986

Grossville High 1986

Fleer (USA) - LT66 in set

£8.00

Fleer (USA) Films, TV, Sci Fi & Comic Art Skeleton Warriors 1995 Skeleton Warriors 1995 LT100 - Scary sci-fi stuff. The artists involved really know how to dream up extremely unpleasant characters. An army of savage skeleton warriors created by the evil Baron Dark transforms a peaceful planet into a battleground against the forces of good led by Prince Lightstar, a story which unfolds on the numbered card backs. Size 89 x 64mm.
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Skeleton Warriors 1995

Skeleton Warriors 1995

Fleer (USA) - LT100 in set

£8.00

Fleer (USA) Films, TV, Sci Fi & Comic Art Batman Forever (Inscribed Fleer 1995 on front) 1995 Batman Forever (Inscribed Fleer 1995 on front) 1995 LT120 -
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Batman Forever (Inscribed Fleer 1995 on front) 1995

Batman Forever (Inscribed Fleer 1995 on front) 1995

Fleer (USA) - LT120 in set

£9.50

Fleer (USA) Films, TV, Sci Fi & Comic Art Batman Forever (Inscribed Fleer 95 Ultra on front) 1995 Batman Forever (Inscribed Fleer 95 Ultra on front) 1995 LT120 -
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Batman Forever (Inscribed Fleer 95 Ultra on front) 1995
Fleer (USA) Films, TV, Sci Fi & Comic Art Casper The Movie (Nos 13 and 77 unissued 2 different Nos 12 and 69) 1995 Casper The Movie (Nos 13 and 77 unissued 2 different Nos 12 and 69) 1995 LT119 - Universal’s film Casper was a big hit at cinemas. Casper is a lonely, loveable ghost who morphs into many funny shapes as he haunts the halls of Whipstaff Manor plagued by his uncles the Ghostly Trio. Our own Eric Idle co-stars as the bumbling Dibs, and Bill Pullman is Dr Harvey “The Ghost Shrink”. Characters and scenes are pictured with the story on the backs. Nos. 13 and 77 not issued, but two different cards for numbers 12 and 69 are included. Size 89 x 64mm.
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Casper The Movie (Nos 13 and 77 unissued 2 different Nos 12 and 69) 1995
Fleer (USA) Films, TV, Sci Fi & Comic Art Spider Man 97 with Fleer on Front 1997 Spider Man 97 with Fleer on Front 1997 LT50 -
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Spider Man 97 with Fleer on Front 1997

Spider Man 97 with Fleer on Front 1997

Fleer (USA) - LT50 in set

£9.50

Fleer (USA) Films, TV, Sci Fi & Comic Art Heres Bo Derek 1981 Heres Bo Derek 1981 LT72 -
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Heres Bo Derek 1981

Heres Bo Derek 1981

Fleer (USA) - LT72 in set

£10.00

Fleer (USA) Miscellaneous Trade Cards Nursery Rhymes 1995 Nursery Rhymes 1995 LT42 -
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Nursery Rhymes 1995

Nursery Rhymes 1995

Fleer (USA) - LT42 in set

£10.00

Fleer (USA) Wrestling World Wrestling Federation Clash 2001 World Wrestling Federation Clash 2001 LT80 - The first forty cards in this series are action pictures of champion wrestlers demonstrating their agility and dramatic ability in the ring, the likes of The Rock, Undertaker, Rhyno, Hardcore Holly and Justin Credible, superstars, all muscle and mean-streak. Nos. 41 to 80 are portraits of the same characters with career highlights on the backs. Size 89 x 63mm.
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World Wrestling Federation Clash 2001

World Wrestling Federation Clash 2001

Fleer (USA) - LT80 in set

£10.00

Fleer (USA) Wrestling WWF Wrestlemania 2001 WWF Wrestlemania 2001 LT100 - Naturally enough, this series begins with The Rock, “the people’s champ” Dwayne Johnson, whose father won the tag-team title in 1983 before going on to picture the superstars in action – many of them also feather in the “Clash” series reviewed above, but we see others, among them “Boy Wonder” Shane McMahon whose mother Linda McMahon features on another card. She’s the WWF’s chief executive and wife of the Federation’s owner! Other sections are “Divas”, “Tag Teams” and “Wrestlemania”. Size 89 x 63mm.
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WWF Wrestlemania 2001

WWF Wrestlemania 2001

Fleer (USA) - LT100 in set

£10.00

Fleer (USA) Films, TV, Sci Fi & Comic Art Batman Forever Metal 1995 Batman Forever Metal 1995 LT100 - The ‘metal’ is a reference to the metalized finish of these cards, the reflective qualities of which preclude me from illustrating a sample. Presented in the cartoon format, as with the original film, Bruce Wayne and Dick Grayson a.k.a. Batman and Robin encounter and overcome evil personified by Two-Face and The Riddler in the defence of Gotham City. The story is on the backs. Size 89 x 63mm.
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Batman Forever Metal 1995

Batman Forever Metal 1995

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£12.00

Fleer (USA) Films, TV, Sci Fi & Comic Art MTV Animation 1995 MTV Animation 1995 LT146 - This card series showcases in cartoon animated form four of MTV’s classics, Beavis & Butthead (numbers 1 to 69 with sections titled episode, metamorphosis, facts of the world, self-defence, picking up chicks, party jokes, and verses), The Brothers Grunt (numbers 70 to 94), The Head (95 to 119) and The Maxx (120 to 144) with the story and/or appropriate words of wisdom on the colour-themed backs. Size 89 x 64mm.
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MTV Animation 1995

MTV Animation 1995

Fleer (USA) - LT146 in set

£12.00

Fleer (USA) Films, TV, Sci Fi & Comic Art Power Rangers The Movie 1995 Power Rangers The Movie 1995 LT150 - The Mighty Morphin Power Rangers, six of them namely white, yellow, red, pink (a girl called Kimberley), blue and black, take on ‘the nastiest bunch of evil space aliens ever’ (Mordant, Rita Repulsa, Lord Zedd, Goldar and Ivan Ooze) in an exciting adventure where the actors who are all proficient gymnasts and experts in martial arts display their skills on the big screen. Scenes and characters with brief descriptive backs. Size 89 x 63mm.
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Power Rangers The Movie 1995

Power Rangers The Movie 1995

Fleer (USA) - LT150 in set

£12.00

Fleer (USA) Films, TV, Sci Fi & Comic Art Reboot 1995 (TV Series) Reboot 1995 (TV Series) LT150 - Based on the first half hour completely computer animated TV series this action adventure cartoon series is set in the inner world of a computer system known as Mainframe. Its colourful inhabitants such as Bob, the Guardian Programme and Dot Matrix battle the evil viruses Megabyte and Hexadecimal. The artwork is good and the cards are split into groups such as ‘key players’, ‘program blips’, ‘reboot games’, etc. Size 89 x 64mm.
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Reboot 1995 (TV Series)

Reboot 1995 (TV Series)

Fleer (USA) - LT150 in set

£12.00

Fleer (USA) Films, TV, Sci Fi & Comic Art Spiderman 97 without Fleer on front 1997 Spiderman 97 without Fleer on front 1997 L50 - Marvel comics Spider-Man character is one of their more imaginative creations. An ordinary young man, Peter Parker, is transformed after a bite from a radioactive spider giving him the ability to cling to any surface, crawl up the side of buildings, and catch criminals in his web. Here we see Spider-Man and friends Wolverine, Iron Man etc. grappling with villains with names like Carnage and Hobgoblin, illustrated in a comic-book format with numbered, descriptive backs. Although the pictures are similar in style to the Fleer Spider Man 1997 set, the subjects are different and the backs are in an entirely different vertical instead of horizontal style and Fleer’s name as issue does not appear. Size 89 x 64mm.
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Spiderman 97 without Fleer on front 1997

Spiderman 97 without Fleer on front 1997

Fleer (USA) - L50 in set

£12.00

Fleer (USA) Films, TV, Sci Fi & Comic Art X-Men (Non-Chromium Walmart Edition) 1996 X-Men (Non-Chromium Walmart Edition) 1996 LT100 - This colourful series is based on the superhuman characters who appeared in Marvel Comics stories, originally produced by Stan Lee and Jack Kirby, but drawn here by Andy Kubert. Starting with five figures including Archangel, Cyclops and Iceman over the years a whole array of superheroes have been added such as Wolverine, Storm, Colossus etc. The basic back-story is of genetically gifted mutant humans who find themselves in conflict with humans and other mutants (some of whom also appear). They are gathered together by Professor X (Charles Xavier) who helps them develop their powers for good, hence the X in X-Men (although they include women as well). The backs of cards numbered 1 to 79 all have a character profile with either a picture of a comic and details of their activity or a TV screen and detail of an episode. Cards 80 to 89 feature a timeline of best-known character Wolverine with comic and story on the reverse, whilst the remaining cards include a checklist and section titled Haunted Mansion which showcases some of the heroes in costume as witches, vampires etc. with quotes on the back. A must for the legion of fans of the genre. Size 89 x 64mm. \r\nNOTE This Walmart edition was only issued through the store and is printed in non chromium, the regular issue was produced with chromium finish.
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X-Men (Non-Chromium Walmart Edition) 1996

X-Men (Non-Chromium Walmart Edition) 1996

Fleer (USA) - LT100 in set

£12.00

 
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