Welcome to Batman trading cards online by Matt Cassidy. This site was set up to connect and share with other Batman cards and memorabilia collectors my knowledge and experience collecting Batman cards.
If you're looking to grow your Batman cards collection you'll find plenty of tips and links to awesome cards for sale online right now. Some examples are 60's Batman cards, Black, Blue and Red Bat cards, Batman movie cards, Gold Batman cards and Hologram Batman cards.
While the site will focus on Batman cards, I will also look at Batman comics, Hot Toys Batman Figures and other great collectables from time to time.
I'm always keen to hear from other collectors so if you have an interesting story to share or scans of your collection please feel free to contact me.
Anyone who grew up in the last 60 years would have spent time as a reading Batman comics, watching Batman TV shows or movies and playing with Batman figurines as a child.
Collecting Batman memorabilia reinvigorates these memories - especially if you now have a disposable income that allows you to buy items you once only viewed through plate glass!
On top of the great time you'll have growing your collection, Batman memorabilia will become an investment. As time goes by and items become more scarce the value increases.
With comics, cards, figurines and other memorabilia available since 1939, Batman has a wealth of awesome collectables available!
Dive into Batman Cards now to check out some of the awesome cards around now!
The current featured card is the 1966 Topps Black Bat #1 card.
I couldn't think of a better card to start off the featured Batman cards reviews than the #1 Black Bat Topps card from 1966.
This is a rare card to find in excellent condition but not one that is so rare you can't easily add one in good condition to your collection - read more...
The last of the 1966 Batman cards that we'll look at in this series of popular Batman cards is the Riddler Back (also known as the Riddler's Riddle cards) which features photos from the famous 1966 Batman movie. Read More »
Continuing my popular Batman cards in pictures series is the introduction of Batman cards with color photography abd the celebration of the 1966-68 Batman television series: the Bat Laffs Cards. Read More »
In addition to the Black, Red and Blue bat sets produced in 1966 we also have two further sets of cards on offer. These sets were given away as promotional items with Macleans toothpaste in North America and Weeties / Rice Krispies cereal in Australia - they are very cool and somewhat rare cards! Read More »
The 90's saw an explosion in inserts in the trading card world. Some of the most notable Batman card inserts are the gold cards that became very popular during this decade. There are some awesome cards available which will stand right out in your collection! Read More »
The 1966 Batman Blue Bat B Series cards present a unique and interesting collecting option for lovers of Batman memorabilia. Read on to learn more about the different options available and how to add these historic pieces of memorabilia to your collection. Read More »
Next up in my review of popular Batman cards is the 1966 Red Bat Series A set from 1966. Read on»
This post will kick off a series looking at examples of the variations of the most popular Batman cards available. First up we'll look at the Black Bat Batman cards produced in 1966. Read on»
There has been a good amount of discussion about whether we will see cards for the upcoming Batman film Dark Knight Rises. It is said that Topps has a license but will we see anything produced or announced in the coming six weeks? Read on»