Topps today revealed the print run for 2021 Garbage Pail Kids x Comic Con Oh the Horror-ible. The set is an expansion pack to the very popular retail sets released the last few years. The set sold a total of 1,741 copies. Topps confirmed with GPKNews these numbers do not include sales of the sets at NYCC, so the print run of the base set is considerably higher. Topps did not reveal how many sets were sold at NYCC. Only the online version of the set comes with one Sepia parallel card. Based on the online print run, the Sepia’s are limited to 174 copies per card. The sales number is a very good number for Topps, considering sets were also sold at NYCC and there are no sketches offered with this one.
As promised earlier this week, today Topps launched 2021 Garbage Pail Kids x Comic Con Oh the Horror-ible set. The regular set come with 10 cards, 5 new characters available in a/b versions. Each set also comes with 1 Sepia parallel card. Artwork for the set was done by Joe Simko, Brent Engstrom, David Gross, Joe McWilliams, and Neil Camera. This set is also available at NYCC. Collectors purchasing at the show will receive bonus cards. Each set can be purchased for $19.99 or in a lot of 10 for $179.99. Shipping is free when choosing the SmartPost option. The set is only available on Topps.com for three days. Topps will reveal the print run at the end of the show. Here is the checklist along with pictures of the cards.
1A Massacred MICHAEL
2A Chopped CHUCKY
3A Chris KRAMPUS
4A ASHER Scratcher
5A TERRY Fier
1B Carved CARSON
2B Stitched UPTON
3B HOLLY Spirit
4B FREDDY Fingers
5B Split Apart ART
Collectors who have subscribed to Topps’ GPK Collector’s Club began receiving the third set in the year long club. Thanks to Uncle Louie from GPKNation for the picture of his set. The set is called GPsKaters. The set, which is focuses on Joe Blow, includes 20 base cards and 1 header card. Artists David Gross, Joe Simko, Brent Engstrom, Joe McWilliams, and Neil Camera each did 2 pieces of art for the set. The set depicts GPKs all doing their best skateboard moves with a Joe Blow theme. Topps informed club members recently that the included gift with this set is delayed at customs. Topps said they will be shipping the gift separately from the set. Here are a few pictures of some of the final art created by the artists for the set.
After the sale clock officially ended today, Topps revealed the print run for 2021 Topps On Demand #9 Garbage Pail Kids Krashers Series 2. According to Topps, they sold a total of 2,504 sets. This set is the third highest selling online GPK set to date, and top selling On Demand set. It took six days to sell out, but despite longer sketch odds and previous On Demand collation issues, collectors still showed up to purchase. Based on the odds and print runs released for the foil parallels, the sketch odds appear to be slightly better than 1:3. Gold Foils /50, mean there are 1000 total gold foils, while rainbow foils /25, mean there are 500 total rainbow foil cards. If the sketches fall 1:3 sets that should mean 750 sketches and 2250 total sets. Unless Topps adds an unannounced parallel, based on the actually print run, there will be 1004 sketches total inserted. This puts the actual sketch odds at 1:2.5, which should make collectors happy. It looks like Topps will be back to offering various online sets the rest of the year after taking many months off.
A whole new group of GPKs are getting behind the wheel. Today Topps launched 2021 Topps On Demand #9 Garbage Pail Kids Krashers Series 2. Topps made a few changes to how the set is broken down compared to the first set. There are a total of 21 cards in the base set, 10 character names, 10 car names, and 1 header card. Like the first set, all the artwork was done by GPK artist Joe Simko. There are also inserts and parallels to collect. Each set purchased comes with 3 license plate back cards. Each set also comes with either a foil card or a sketch card. This time around sketches are a bit harder to pull at 1:3 sets. Foil parallels come in both Gold (/50) and Rainbow (/25). Sketch artists confirmed so far for the set by Topps are; Neil Camera, Chris Meeks, GPK Nik, Lowell Isaac Hildebrandt , Brandhen Snyder, Darrin Pepe, K. GRIMM, Robert Jimenez, Yoga Demon, Jason Crosby , Chenduz, Bekki Sharp, Simone Arena, Ziggy, Gregory Fages, Jasmine Contois, and Robert “El Smetcho” Garcia. Each set can be purchased for $40. Shipping is free when choosing the SmartPost option. The sets are available on topps.com for 7 days or until sold out. Don’t wait on these, GPK On Demand sets often sell out within a matter of hours. Topps will reveal the print run at the end of the sale. Here is the checklist along with pictures of some cards.
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It appears online GPK sets are once again ramping up. Topps today via their GPK Facebook page begin teasing Garbage Pail Kids Krashers Series 2 online set coming tomorrow. The picture posted appears to be a header card similar to the first series. This time Mad Mike, Live Mike, and Buggy Betty are all featured on the card. Joe Simko once again did artwork for the cards in the set. Simko also mentioned on his Facebook account today that there will once again be sketch cards available as part of the offering. Collectors can expect this to be an On Demand type of offer that will be limited based on the number of available sketches. Collectors will find all the set details when it goes live on Topps.com tomorrow.
Last week, as part of their year long Project 70 set, Topps released a card that featured an iconic baseball player and an iconic Garbage Pail Kids character. Today they revealed the print run for Project 70 card 357 Mike Trout by Ermsy. The card sold a total of 10,687 copies. This marks the 6th highest selling Project 70 card to date. The combination of Mike Trout and Adam Bomb brought out collectors from both sides to push sales towards the top. There’s still a long way to go in the baseball season, could GPK’s make another appearance in the set?
After a nearly three break from selling GPKs online, collectors were ready to purchase the latest offering from Topps. Today Topps revealed the print run for 2021 Garbage Pail Kids x Complexland. The set sold a total of 1,071 copies. The set was created for last week’s Complexland Virtual Con. The sales results are solid for GPK and in line with online sales from earlier this year. Collectors now will wait to see if Topps finishes up the Bizarre Holidays series and what the next GPK offerings will be.
Update: Free shipping option is now available.
GPKs have returned to Topps’s online store. After months of “taking a break”, today Topps launched 2021 Garbage Pail Kids x Complexland. The set helps to commemorate the online virtual show going on this week. The set contains 10 cards, 5 new pieces available in a/b versions. Each set can be purchased for $19.99 or in a 10 set lot for $179.99. Shipping is free when choosing the SmartPost option. This is according to the listing, however the free option isn’t available on checkout. The set will be for sale on Topps.com for 7 days. Topps will reveal the print run at the end of the sale. Here is the checklist and images of the cards.
1. Sold Out Sam
2. All Gone Alan
3. Complex Colin
4. Beast Boyd
5. New Kicks Kitt
6. Lace Face Grace
7. Connected Connor
8. Know Someone Nick
9. NFT Tim
10. Crypto Chris
Better late than never. After ending over a week ago, Topps finally revealed the print run for Garbage Pail Kids Bizarre Holidays Mar. Week 3. The set sold 511 copies. That number is down slightly from the first two sets in March, but falls right in line with the majority of sets. So how about the March Week 4 set? After 51 weeks, the forth set from March was scheduled to be the final set in the Bizarre Holidays year long series. However, Topps has not launched the set. Artwork for the set was completed by the original planned release date of 3/23, but now two weeks have come and gone with no GPK releases. No one is willing to talk about why the set hasn’t been released. Topps has not responded to a request from GPKNews on a reason why the set wasn’t launched. Collectors are left to speculate on why the set hasn’t launch, and when/if it will.