Topps Reveals Print Run for GPK Disg-Race to the White House Set 5 Presidential Nicknames

After the last political set ended earlier today, Topps officially revealed the print run for Garbage Pail Kids Disg-Race to the White House Set 5: Presidential Nicknames. The set sold a total of 1,687 copies. This is a bounce back after set 4 sold just over 1300 copies. This set is the 3rd highest selling online set to date. Once again collectors continue to be out in full force for online GPKs despite a troubled economy and coronavirus concerns. The set listed this week is going to be the last one for a while as Topps waits for coronavirus events to subside. Topps does have a new online set in the works, set to debut next week.

Topps Launches GPK Disg-Race to the White House Set 6 Presidential Dropouts

Now that the democratic field has whittled down to just two, Topps is celebrating those who have dropped out. Today Topps launched Garbage Pail Kids Disg-Race to the White House Set 6: Presidential Dropouts. This 12 card set features 6 new paintings with a/b versions. The art for the set was done by Chris Meeks (#29), Neil Camera (#30-#32), and Rory McQueen (#33-#34). This marks the debut on final art for veteran GPK sketch artist Rory McQueen. Each set can be purchased for $24.99 or in a 10 set lot for $124.99. Shipping is free when choosing the Smart Post option. The set will be on sale for 7 days on topps.com. Topps will reveal the print run at the end of the sale. All indications are this will be the last political set for a while. This won’t end the political series, but instead Topps is putting a hold on it until the presidential race heats back up after the coronavirus starts to clear up. Never fear though, Topps has additional GPK online sets in the works. Here is a checklist and pictures for the newest set.

• 29A Amy Go Round
• 29B Air Klobachar
• 30A Liz & Let LIz
• 30B Out the Door Warren
• 31A Bullied Bloomy
• 31B Uncle Mike
• 32A Peter Plummet
• 32B Petrified Pete
• 33A STINKY STEYER
• 33B ONE TIE TOM
• 34A BIG BANG YANG
• 34B YANG MONEY

Topps Reveals Print Run for GPK Disc-Race to the White House Set 4 March Mayhem

The world turning upside down didn’t seem to prevent collectors from still purchasing the latest GPK political set. Today Topps revealed the print run for Garbage Pail Kids Disc-Race to the White House Set 4: March Mayhem. After just ending this morning, Topps revealed the print run to be a total of 1,357. The sales numbers are down from the first three sets sold. However, the sales still remain high showing collectors are all in on this year’s presidential cards. Topps looks to have moved to an every week release, with set 5 launching earlier today. It will be interesting to see if sales can remain high with both weekly sales and coronavirus concerns.

Topps Launches GPK Disg-Race to the White House Set 5 Presidential Nicknames

It’s another week and another online political GPK set. Today Topps launched Garbage Pail Kids Disg-Race to the White House Set 5 Presidential Nicknames. The 10 card set features 5 new pieces available in a/b versions. The artwork for the new was done by Neil Camera (24-26, 28), and Chris Meeks (27). Meeks, a veteran GPK sketch artist, made his final card debut in Set 4 with the Jill Biden card. The set is available for $19.99 each or in a lot of 10 for $219.99. Shipping is free when choosing the SmartPost option. The set will be available for sale for 7 days on topps.com. Topps will reveal the print run at the end of the sale. Here is the checklist along with pictures of the cards.

• 24A Stable-GENE-ius
• 24B Don Juan
• 25A Sleepy Joe
• 25B Slo Mo Joe
• 26A Crazy Bernie
• 26B Social Sandy
• 27A Nervous Nancy
• 27B Paper Shredding Pelosit
• 28A Billion Dollar BABY
• 28B Billion Dollar BLOOMY

Topps Reveals Print Run for GPK Valenslime’s Day Video Series Set 2

Late last week sales for the second online Garbage Pail Kids series focused on the animated short videos ended. Topps has revealed the print run for GPK Valenslime’s Day Video Series Sticker Set 2. After being on sale for 30 days the set sold a total of 492 copies. This is down just a bit from the first video series set that was released in January. Topps is due for another monthly video release. Can a St. Patty’s Day release be coming this week?

Topps Launches Garbage Pail Kids Disc-Race to the White House Set 4 March Mayhem

After another big voting Tuesday this week, Topps is back with another installment in Garbage Pail Kids political cards. Today Topps launched GPK Disc-Race to the White House Set 4 March Mayhem. The 12 card set features 6 new paintings with a/b versions. Numbering for the set picks up with set 3 left off. The artwork for the cards were done by David Gross (#19-#21), and Neil Camera (#18 & #23), and Chris Meeks (#22). Each set is available for $24.99 or in a lot of 10 for $224.99. Shipping is free with the SmartPost option. The set will be available on topps.com for 7 days. Topps will reveal the print run at the end of the sale. Here is the checklist and pictures of the cards.

  • 18A Stop & Go JOE
  •  18B BIDEN-his-time
  •  19A medical MIKE
  •  19B pretending PENCE
  • 20A touchy-feely TRUMP
  •  20B true-love TRUMP
  • 21A BERNIE boyeee!
  •  21B fear of a BERNIE planet
  •  22A killer JILL
  •  22B joslin JOE
  •  23A mighty MIKE
  • 23B boom-boom BLOOM

 

Topps Reveals Print Run of GPK Disg-Race to the White House Set 3 Super Tuesday

Sales of online political Garbage Pail Kids sets remain at record levels. Today Topps revealed the print run for GPK Disg-Race to the White House Set 3 Super Tuesday. The set sold a total of 1,689 copies. This is a few sets higher than set 2, and becomes the second highest selling online GPK set ever. Topps has to be thrilled with sales of the first sets in the series. Expect to see more political cards very soon.

Topps Launches GPK Disg-Race to the White House Set #3 Super Tuesday

Topps today launched their next political based set, Garbage Pail Kids Disg-Race to the White House Set 3 Super Tuesday. The 12 card set has 6 new paintings with a/b versions, and continues the numbering from 12a/b-17a/b. The art for the set was done by David Gross (#12), and Neil Camera (#13-17). Each set can purchased for $24.99 or in a lot of 10 for $224.99. Shipping is free when choosing the SmartPost option. The set will be on sale for 7 days on topps.com. Topps will reveal the print run at the end of the sale. Here is a checklist along with pictures of the cards.

• 12A Discharging DONALD
• 12B Pardon Me TRUMP
• 13A Power Point Pete
• 13B Bulletin Buttigeig
• 14A Take a Hike Mike
• 14B Low Blow Liz
• 15A Sunset Joe
• 15B Biden Farewell
• 16A Boogie Man Bernie
• 16B The Bernie Man
• 17A Baby Bloomer
• 17B Dislikin’ Mike

Topps Reveals Print Run for GPK Late to School Video Series Sticker Set #1

Once again Topps is proving Garbage Pail Kids are hot. After being on sale for a month, Topps has revealed the print run for Garbage Pail Kids Late to School Video Series Sticker Set #1. The set sold a total of 556 copies. The set didn’t feature new artwork, but instead was still images from the January animated GPK short, “Late to School”. Topps has mentioned there will be video debuting monthly this year to help celebrate GPK’s 35th anniversary. It appears they will be a set accompanying each video. Set #2 is currently onsite with still a couple of weeks remaining.

Topps and WAX Teaming Up for Digital Garbage Pail Kids

Wax.io announced a partnership with Topps today that will see Topps trading cards come to the Wax Blockchain. The company’s GPK website shares the first details of the partnership. The first product to be available on their app will be Garbage Pail Kids to celebrate their 35th anniversary. The company promises other Topps properties such as MLB, Star Wars, and WWE will also appear in the future.

Details such as pricing, release dates, and exact cards we’re not released by the company. However, their website says their blockchain technology will allow collectors to buy, sell, and trade instantly with anyone around the world for free. Their app will track all ownership and pricing history for all sales of the cards. One example of a Leaky Lindsay care is given, showing transaction history and sales graphs. Here are some of the bullet points given on the website:

When blockchain technology meets collectibles like Topps trading cards, collectors can:

  • Trade collectibles instantly, with anyone, anywhere in the world
  • Trade with ease from a smartphone or computer – for free!
  • Trade with confidence that every collectible is certified authentic, unique, and can never be altered
  • View a collectible’s full ownership records and trading history

Their website is also offering a contest to win GPK cards to collectors who sign up on their waiting list. This website has the potential to be a very big deal for Topps in the future. It would appear they will use GPKs to test drive the initiative. GPKNews will bring you more details once released by the company.