Topps Reveals Topps Reveals Print Run for GPK Trumpocracy #64-#76 & Network Spews #18

Topps was delayed a bit in releasing online print run numbers for this week’s cards. The numbers aren’t good for the first two political releases of the week. Today Topps revealed the print run for Garbage Pail Kids Trumpocracy – The First 100 Days cards #64-#76, and Network Spews card #18. Collectors did not show up to purchase this weeks cards. New record lows were set within the Trumpocracy set, as three cards broke the previous low mark. The new low is now 140 sold, with cards #71 & #73 hitting that mark. For the most part the GPK cards finished in the 140-160 range over the last two days. The Wackys were also down quite a bit, especially Wednesday’s cards. Those Wackys ended just over the 200 mark. With the third day of huge offerings from Topps today, it will be interesting to see if new lows are set once again. Here are the final print run numbers for the cards offered Tuesday/Wednesday.

GPK Trumpocracy
#64 – Double Donald – 175
#65 – On Break Obama – 169
#66 – Panicked Paul – 150
#67 – Weird Wendy – 162
#68 – Anti-Neutrality Ajit – 151
#69 – Trudeau by Canada Cologne (Wacky) – 277
#70 – Missing Hillary – Spilled Milk (Wacky) – 297
#71 – Down Payment Donald – 140
#72 – Puzzled Pelosi – 141
#73 – Billionaire Bunker Bob – 140
#74 – Her’s Protesting Chips (Wacky) – 236
#75 – White House Confidential By Joe Biden (Wacky) – 210
#76 – President Trump’s Unwelcome Mat (Wacky) – 211

GPK Network Spews
#18 – Careless Cullian – 144

2 Replies to “Topps Reveals Topps Reveals Print Run for GPK Trumpocracy #64-#76 & Network Spews #18”

  1. Hey Jeff, I love the site and have for quite some time, but wish you would do a bi-weekly or monthly release of new sets. Many of us collectors and some dealers feel Topps is pushing to much, too fast, for too much, and are NOT listening to any of the collectors online, or that send them letters. I feel that you, GPKUG, and Aaron are being used for free advertising. Wish you would change your posting method so that you are still providing info without helping Topps. Let Topps do the work of finding fans, as they seem not to care about the ones coming from the sites mentioned.

    • That’s an interesting way of thinking about it. I’m not sure I’ve thought about it that way. I don’t know if my advertising them is helping the sales much. Based on visitor numbers to the site though I think collectors at least like to come see the new cards and the sales results. I’ve always tried to “report” on things as fast as possible. I can appreciate how you feel, I probably won’t change right now, but it gives me something to think about. Thanks for checking out the site!