Trading Card News: Rittenhouse Star Trek Discovery Season 3 Trading Cards

Coming out on 23rd February 2022 is the latest Star trek line of trading cards from Rittenhouse Archive made up of a base set of 78 cards (that’s 6 cards for each of the 13 episodes from season 3 of the show), however, on top of this there are a big bunch of other cards including:

  • 78 base parallel cards
  • 8 character cards
  • 14 storyboard art cards
  • 9 32nd century technology cards
  • 8 Kelpien-Ba’ul Die cut fold out book cards (+8 in English versions)
  • 4 opening credits expansion cards
  • 27 season 3 costume design cards
  • 27 costume relic cards
  • 2 case toppers

The set also includes a number of autograph cards, with inscription autograph cards and 2 normal autograph or relic cards per case and at least 2 autograph cards and 1 relic card per box. the autograph signers include but are not limited to (and some are dual signed cards):

  • Sonequa Martin-Green (Michael Burnham)
  • Michelle Yeoh (Captain Georgiou)
  • Doug Jones (Saru)
  • David Ajala (Cleveland “Book” Booker)
  • Ian Alexander (Grey Tal)
  • Karen Robinson (Pav)
  • Wilson Cruz (Dr. Culber)
  • Bill Irwin (Su’Kal)
  • Mary Wiseman (Sylvia Tilly)
  • Tig Notaro (Jett Reno)
  • Anthony Rapp (Paul Stamets)
  • Oded Fehr (Admiral Vance)
  • Janet Kidder (Osyraa)
  • Jake Weber (Zareh)
  • Oyin Oladejo (Joann Owosekun)
  • Emily Coutts (Keyla Detmer)

These are available now for pre-order with a full base set being priced at $24.99, $24.99 for an album, $110 for a 24 pack box and $1,196 for a case of 12 boxes.

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