Upper Deck James Bond Trading Cards

James Bond 007 Joins Upper Deck’s Lineup of Top Licensed Entertainment Properties
Upper Deck Signs Multi-Year Agreement to Produce James Bond Trading Cards and Games

Upper Deck, the leading sports and entertainment company, announced today that it will produce trading cards and trading card games for the highly coveted James Bond property. In the new agreement with EON Productions, Upper Deck will develop products pulling from a rich collection of films that form the backbone of this uniquely British franchise. These films have defined the spy genre since the release of Dr. No in 1962 and have served as a cultural touchpoint in a legacy that maintains popularity into the modern era of cinema.

“James Bond is one of the most iconic characters in the history of entertainment,” said Jason Masherah, president of Upper Deck. “We are thrilled to have the opportunity to provide a new and unique line of James Bond trading cards and trading card games to fans around the world.”

Upper Deck will provide new ways for fans to enjoy their favorite secret agent. The first James Bond trading card set will hit hobby stores shelves and 007Store.com in early 2019, followed by a release on Upper Deck e-Pack™, the company’s patent-pending trading card platform.

Additionally, 007 will be introduced to Legendary®, Upper Deck’s critically acclaimed deck-building trading card game, in summer 2019. Players will be able to relive their favorite movie moments while working together to recruit their favorite characters and unravel the nefarious schemes of the most infamous 007 villains.


Does anyone care about trading cards these days?

I’m interested in a ‘trading card game’ though. Wonder how that’ll be.

2019 Upper Deck James Bond Collection Overview

Cards per pack: 6
Packs per box: 18
Boxes per case:
Set size: 200 cards
Release date: TBA

What to expect in a hobby box:

• Autographs – 2
• Bond Legacy – 1
• Additional Inserts – 5
• Parallels – 3
• Base Short Prints – 18


Very cool!!

Never understood this whole trading card thing, never will. When it comes to baseball or any other sports, to a lesser extent, yes (as it has a long standing tradition over decades). I never thought much of creating collectibles for collectability’s sake.

Add to that that these don’t even look very attractive to me. Pass.