Garbage Pail Kids Promo Cards at Philly Non-Sports Show

This weekend the Philly Non-Sports card show is celebrating their 80th show! Collectors will be able to find a number of official Garbage Pail Kids promos at the show. Here’s what to find, and how to get a hold of them.

Collectors attending the show on Saturday and Sunday can pickup a free card each day. Adam Versary 1a will be passed out to collectors Saturday, while Billy Blast 1b will be handed out on Sunday. Metal versions of this Neil Camera card will be passed out on Sunday at the show.

Joe Simko will have his Hazardous Harley card available for sale at his booth at the show. The card will be limited to /100 copies. David Gross will also have two promo cards promoting the new Game Over online sets. P1a Lucy Goosey and P1b Elke Dokey! can be purchased at his booth during the show. Any leftovers can be purchased directly from David after the show.

GetAGrip Launches GPK James Warhola Artist Signature Deck

GetAGrip skateboards today launched the latest skateboard deck in their artist signature series. Original Series artist James Warhola is the subject this time with a Hector Collector deck. The deck, which is limited to /100 copies features the classic character with a red background. Collectors purchasing the deck have the chance at receiving the limited to /10 green variant deck. Each deck also comes with a signed card from Warhola. The decks can be purchased for $150 from GetAGrips’s website. Hurry, these won’t last long.

GetAGrip Launches Final Two Garbage Pail Kids Discraft Buzzz Discs

GetAGrip today wrapped up their five week event with the launch of two new Garbage Pail Kids Discraft Buzzz discs. GetAGrip changed things up this week a bit by launching two Diamond Sparkle Foil discs of Adam Bomb and Nasty Nick. Discs are limited to /100 copies. The discs can be purchased for $39,99 each from the company’s website. Disc and GPK collectors have made these things a hot item, selling out very quickly each week.

Abrams Launching 2025 Garbage Pail Kids Calendars

The calendars will be back for another year! Abrams will once again offer a Garbage Pail Kids Wall & Desk calendar for 2025. The theme of this year’s calendars is the best of outrageous GPK humor. The Garbage Pail Kids 2025 Wall Calendar is 12”x12” and retails for $15.99. The desk calendar comes with 364 characters spanning from 1985 to present, and retails for $17.99. Both calendars can be preordered now on Amazon. They are set to release Sept. 24, 2024.

Images & Car Updates for Greenlight Garbage Pail Kids Series 7 Diecast Cars

Greenlight has released the mockup images for their Garbage Pail Kids Series 7 Diecast Cars. Preorders went up initially two months ago for the newest announced series. Since that time, the company also released the car info for the sixth car in the series, usually reserved for new employee card art. Like the series 6 cars, the employee card has not been revealed yet. Each car is shown below with the accompanying GPK card. Collectors are still waiting for series 6, which now has a shipping date of May/June. Series 7 is now showing a Sept/Oct shipping date. Collectors can preorder now from Here is the complete list of cars in the newest series.

• Karate Kit – 1947 Ford Super De Luxe Convertible Club Coupe
• Waxed Zack – 1961 Volkswagen Type 3 Squareback with Roof Rack and Surfboards
• Ski Cliff – 1968 Ford Mustang Coupe with Trunk Mounted Ski Rack and Skis
• Dish Grace – 1976 Dodge B-100 with Roof Mounted Satellite Dish
• Sawyer Anything – 1977 Chevrolet Chevelle Malibu Classic
• Menacing Monica – 1950 Mercury Eight Convertible Lowrider

GetAGrip Launches Week 2 Discraft Buzzz Discs

GetAGrip today launched their second straight week of Discraft Buzzz golf discs. Today’s two news discs are of Fryin Brian and Live Mike. Both discs are limited to /50, and were available for $29.99 each. The disc’s sold out just after they went live on the company’s website. There are still three more weeks of discs coming from GetAGrip, collectors will have to be quick to get their hands on these!

GetAGrip Launches Wes Mess Skateboard, Watches, Socks Online & at Gross Card Con

GetAGrip skateboard today at Gross Card Con launched a new officially licensed skateboard deck. The Wes Mess deck featuring the artwork of James Warhola is available at the show and on their website for $150. The deck is limited to /50 copies, and comes with a Wes Mess card signed by James Warhola. The decks that were allowed for online have sold out already, but as of this posted a few remain at the show. The company also launched new versions of GPK watches and socks. The GPK watches are available in black or clear for $29.99. Socks come in a two pair of red and black, and in their own tin for $24.99. Both watches and socks are available online at their website and at their booth at GCC.

DKE Toys Selling Madballs vs. GPK Packs Earmarked for PremiumDNA Launch

GPK collectors were met with some confusion last week as toy seller DKE Toys begin selling a 4-card pack of Madballs vs. GPK cards on their website. Collectors were confused because these are the cards that are suppose to be part of a preorder bonus offered by PremiumDNA toys as part of their Madballs vs. GPK figures. PremiumDNA originally launched preorders for the line in Jan. 2022. The company has sited various reasons for shipping delays from Covid, to Fanatics buyout of Topps, to manufacturing delays.

So what exactly is going on? Sidekick Labs confirmed with GPKNews that they were the manufacturer of the cards. According to the company, the packs ended up being part of a liquidation event. DKE Toys now owns all 1500 packs and began selling them on their website last week. These cards are the ones that were licensed by Topps and intended for the PremiumDNA preorder.

PremiumDNA tells GPKNews they believe there was a mixup with the packs. Since this came to light, they have worked on a solution they believe is a win for collectors. Collectors who preordered will now receive two packs of cards. Pack one will contain the same cards, except printed as foil cards. Pack two will be sticker cards with the B names of the characters. Both packs will come in different color wax wrappers to differentiate them from the originals. Additionally, these packs will be limited to /750, half the original amount. As far as the progress of the Madballs vs. GPK figures, the company tells GPKNews they were unhappy with the tooling on recent samples they were sent from the manufacturer. They are in process of working with the manufacturer to fix the parts, see in progress pictures below. Right now there is no estimated shipping date for the figures.

So the mystery appears to be solved for the time being. There will end up being three different 4-card packs that collectors will want to get their hands on. Collectors who want the original cards should head over now to DKE Toys and get their pack! Meanwhile, collectors who preordered the Madballs vs. GPK figures will need to remain patient as the company works through manufacturing issues.