These Companies Are Racking Up Major 'Star Wars' Sales
As "Star Wars: The Force Awakens" hits theaters this weekend, these most-downloaded "Star Wars" apps are adding more cash to the multi-billion dollar film franchise.
Exceeding All Expectations: Talking ‘Star Wars’ Card Trader With Topps [Interview]
I have a problem. That problem is my addiction to the Star Wars Card Trader app. Not once in my life did I ever expect to fall down such a deep rabbit hole for virtual trading cards I’d collect on my phone, but I also never thought Back to the Future II was capable of actually predicting (potential) World Series winners. These things happen.
How the Hell Is This JPG of Han Solo Worth $225?
Would you spend almost $225 for a single digital image of Han Solo from the original Star Wars? For most people, the answer is obviously “No.” But many of us who are using the app Star Wars: Card Trader, from Topps, would kill to have that singular image in our collections. And some people will pay dearly for it.
Topps® BUNT® 2015 Continues to Revolutionize Baseball Cards
Celebrate the start of the Major League Baseball season with all the pageantry of opening day in Topps® BUNT® 2015, the officially licensed Major League Baseball digital trading card app. Topps BUNT is now available for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch, as well as Android devices in the App Store and Google Play Store. Topps BUNT 2015 expands on its leading digital collecting experience with an updated design, easier to use interface, and all-new contests featuring real-time scoring. BUNT delivers the innovative combination of baseball card collecting with the competitive spirit of fantasy sports.
Star Wars Expands to Addictive Digital Trading Cards with Topps
On March 12th, trading card company Topps and Disney franchise juggernaut Star Wars launched a new app in the Apple ngIf: ticker AAPL +2.16% ngIf: show_card end ngIf: ticker Store and blasted their announcement across the digital pages of USA Today: “The app brings back vintage cards released by Topps around the time of the original movies in a digital format, and the company also plans to create original cards with new artwork based on reinterpretations of the Star Wars films.”
Topps launches 'Star Wars' trading-card app
Topps has found a way for kids of all ages to collect Star Wars trading cards. And this time your mom can't throw them out.
The vintage (but digital) Star Wars trading cards you've been looking for
For almost as long as Star Wars movies have existed, there have been Star Wars Topps trading cards. The vintage sets from 1977 are coveted items that bring back fond memories of buying the packs at the corner store — praying, as you unwrapped the waxy packaging, that a rare one was hidden among the small stack of brightly colored cards.
TOPPS BUNT PLAYERS CREATE REAL DEMAND FOR VIRTUAL BASEBALL CARDS
There’s a whole new type of collector out there with more than a million users and 75 million sports cards that you simply won’t find in the best of hobby shops or in any retail store aisle — unless you’re on a smartphone.