Topps Warcraft movie trading cards coming in June

The Warcraft movie trading card collection by New York’s Topps Company will be available to purchase in Australia, including the Hobby Collection. Banter Toys and Collectibles, based in Victoria, will exclusively distribute the cards to retailers around the country.

Depicting images from the Warcraft movie, the upcoming collection will be available in a base set of 100 cards as well as an exclusive Hobby Box containing an extensive 180-card set that will now be available closer to the movie’s theatrical release.

Relic Card: Travis Fimmel as Anduin Lothar, The Topps Company
Relic Card: Travis Fimmel as Anduin Lothar, The Topps Company

According to Topps, the official release of the Warcraft trading cards, initially set to hit the market in May, has now been pushed back to sometime in early to mid-June, 2016.

Base Card: King Llane and Commander Lothar, The Topps Company
Base Card: King Llane and Commander Lothar, The Topps Company

Showcasing key moments from the big budget, epic fantasy Legendary and Universal Pictures film directed by Duncan Jones (Moon) the cards are shaping up to be a visual feast for both fans of fantasy and the World of Warcraft game alike.

Dual Autograph Card: Lothar and Khadgar, signed by Travis Fimmel and Ben Schnetzer
Dual Autograph Card: Lothar and Khadgar, signed by Travis Fimmel and Ben Schnetzer

For more details about the 2016 Topps Warcraft movie trading cards head here and be sure to keep an eye on your local trading card and pop culture store websites, with some retailers already having pre-orders available.

Commemorative Patch card: Durotan
Commemorative Patch card: Durotan

Warcraft: The Beginning stars Australia’s Travis Fimmel (Vikings) as Anduin Lothar, Dominic Cooper as King Llane, Toby Kebbell as Durotan, Ben Schnetzer as Khadgar and Rob Kazinsky as Orgrim Doomhammer and hits Australian theatres on June 16.

You can check out the latest international trailer for the movie below.

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