June 7, 2016 | Vol. 17 Issue 12
In this issue:
  Collecting Game of Thrones Trading Cards
  Collecting Baseball Cards of Hall of Fame Pitcher Bob Gibson
  Collecting the 1982 O-Pee-Chee Hockey Card Set

Collecting Game of Thrones Trading Cards
Along with popular television shows like The Walking Dead and Better Call Saul, Game of Thrones has become a real fan favorite over the past few years. In the midst of perhaps the show’s most popular season ever, we thought it would be fun to look at the first three trading card sets based on the series. From their terrific designs to limited edition autographed inserts, the sets have a lot to offer both the collector and fan. 

Collecting Baseball Cards of Hall of Fame Pitcher Bob Gibson
In his prime, Bob Gibson was as tough a pitcher as a hitter could ever face. Not only did Gibson possess wicked stuff, including a devastating slider, but his intimidating presence was unrivaled. In the following article, we take a look at “Mr. Intimidation” through his baseball cards. 

Collecting the 1982 O-Pee-Chee Hockey Card Set
The set that pays tribute to "The Great One" more than any other is the 1982 O-Pee-Chee issue. After coming off his best season, a year where he shattered single-season records for goals and assists, Gretzky was featured on nine different cards. In the next article, we not only look at Gretzky’s numerous appearances, but we break down the rest of the set as well. 

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