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Sure the card looks great when the player's back is turned to you and his helmet is to the side so no photoshopping is needed.
But unless a company makes an entire backside set, most of the cards will have the same crappy airbrushed logo look as all unlicensed cards do.
But that card does have a cool design.
It reminds me of those late '90s Fleer Metal sets.
Last edited by Austin; 10-08-2013 at 03:14 PM.
I like Panini Prizm. Mlb license or not...
It would be cool if the entire set was of players with their backs turned
In all seriousness, cool looking card but I'm sure the set isn't incredible when looking at as a whole
The best unlicensed set is hands down NT
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I love the unlicensed stuff. Its much better looking than Topps and they actually change the photos. Topps has used about 7 different Henderson photos in last 5 years and he has been in tons of their stuff. Boring.
Sam's not referring to making unlicensed sets with this design and technology, he's referring to making unlicensed sets of Yadier Molina.
At least it says their city. Either way, i still like em.