Thursday, July 15, 2010

Breygent Marketing Does It Again

Okay, so I've mentioned here briefly that I like Breygent Marketing's cards, and I like what they did with their Cartoon and Golden Age of Comics sketch card packs. Well, they are about to do it again.

In a forum on the Non-Sport Update Magazine's Card Talk message board, collectors have been going on and on about these new packs that Breygent is about to unveil at San Diego Comic-Con next week.



According to Harris Toser, production manager at Non-Sport Update Magazine:

"Breygent Marketing has announced some nifty plans for Comic-Con. They will be selling three different sized packs -- 2.5 x 3.5, 3.5 x 5, and 5 x 7. The packs will have the following products inside Cartoon Sketch, Golden Age of Comics, Sci-fi Horror Posters, and Woodstock Generation Rock Poster cards.

"There will be a fourth variety which Breygent is calling "Comic-Con Mystery Packs". These contain autographs, costume cards, prop cards, metallogloss costume cards, and sketch cards from the following products: Dexter, Ghost Whisperer, Paranormal Activity, The Tudors, Cartoon Sketch, and Golden Age of Comics.

"This is all subject to change depending upon availability but this is the plan according to Tom [of Breygent Marketing] as of now."

Tom also has been posting on the forum and supplying images of cards that will be made available in the packs. The sketches look great, but what I am finding most interesting are the autograph and costume cards that will be included. According to posts on the forum, the "Comic-Con Mystery Packs" could include the following: a Michael C. Hall Dexter Season 3 autograph card, a Jennifer Love Hewitt Ghost Whisperer Seasons 3 & 4 autograph card, a Jennifer Love Hewitt and Hillary Duff Ghost Whisperer Seasons 3 & 4 dual-autograph card, Paranormal Activity combo costume/autograph cards, and for those who really like costume cards a nine-piece Ghost Whisperer Seasons 3 & 4 costume card. Of course there will be a wide range of other cards from these and other sets.

Messages from Tom on the forum have indicated that these packs will be made available at SDCC, but for those who can't make it to the show, they also will be made available to non-attendees after the show.

I hope these wonderful packs are not priced out of my range. I'd love to grab that Michael C. Hall auto and others. If any dealers read this blog and are going to have these for sale, please let me know.

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