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Topps announces new Marvel trading cards

Published on: 8th August 2014

Topps has launched an all-new Marvel Super Hero Attax Trading Card Game. marveltopps300

On sale now, the comprehensive collection features Marvel Super Heroes and villains from the TV shws on Disney XD Marvel’s Avengers Assemble, Ultimate Spider-Man: Web Warriorsand Hulk and the Agents of S.M.A.S.H.

With Iron Man, Captain America and Spider-Man battling the likes of Loki, Green Goblin, Electro and Rhino, fans have the chance to immerse themselves in the Marvel Universe with this latest Marvel Super Hero Attax trading card collection.

Kids can collect and swap with over 200 cards, including a subset of 32 movie cards showcasing the new Marvel movie, Guardians of the Galaxy.

Louise Ramplin, Entertainment marketing manager for Topps, said: “We are delighted to bring to market a collection that will give fans of all ages a great guide to the variety of characters within the Marvel Universe. The 2014 Marvel Super Hero Attax Trading Card Game will provide a fun way for fans to engage with the on-screen action and offers retailers an opportunity to capitalise on the Marvel hype in cinemas and on Disney XD this Summer.”

Marvel Super Hero Attax Trading Card Game Starter Packs contain a collector binder, game guide, game mat, a packet of trading cards and a special Limited Edition. Packets of eight cards retail at £1 each.

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