2010 National Chicle Ryne Sandberg
Gobble Gobble: the modern helmet/jersey. Either the artist was totally oblivious to the fact that the helmet and jersey weren't from the era Rhino spent in the Phillies organization, or he took artist liberty. Either way, it is a fail.
1991 Classic "Future Aces"
Gobble Gobble: Need I say more?
2002 Topps Heritage Stubby Clapp
Gobble Gobble: You know what they say, it's
1981 Fleer Rafael Ramirez
1977 Topps Don Hood
It's probably a good thing that I didn't have this card during my childhood, because it would have probably scared the hell out of me. Everything about it says, '1970s horror movie.' The dark, murky background, the facial features, not seeing the subject's eyes. Thankfully, I didn't have it; had it found its way into my childhood collection, well, I may not be collecting today.
1992 Bowman Todd Jones
Gobble Gobble: We have all heard the complaints about the cheesy prospect photos from 1992 Bowman, but did you know that Abraham Ford from The Walking Dead is included (or is it Michael Cudlitz, the actor who plays Ford?)
1992 Kellogg's Tom Seaver
2013 Fleer Retro Metal Universe Precious Metals Mike Trout
Gobble Gobble: These things were announced as an upcoming release towards the end of 2013 and a year later he have yet to see them. Although, some made their way into the hobby as Promo cards handed out at the Las Vegas Industry Summit. The red and blue backgrounds don't look quite as bad as this green one. What, is Mike doing the morning weather report, or what? It's a good thing he wasn't a member of the 70s Oakland A's.
2014 Donruss Bat Kings B.J. Upton
Gobble Gobble: So, you want to have a cool insert like Bat Kings in your product? Sounds awesome- only include players who are actually good hitters, which B.J. Upton is not. And it wasn't like he did anything in 2013, either. Like his contract, the inclusion of Upton in this set is a FAILURE!
1977 Topps Tom Banks
Unflattering photos are nothing new, but I've got to tell you- this one has to be one of the worst in the history of sportscards. Banks looks like a mentally ill, homeless man in this photo. I love football cards from this era, but this one is rather bizarre.