Late in 2013, fresh on the release of Minikins, Topps decided to debut another new product for collectors: GREETING CARDS! Topps actually dabbled in the greeting cards market decades ago with some gag-cards, but this is the first we've ever seen of a Garbage Pail Kids card line.
In a bit of a change of pace, Topps decided to sell their greeting cards solely through their online store. Although there is no 'hobby' or 'retail' variations, there still is a 'First Printing' variation that collectors can strive to obtain. On the back of the first round of cards (for each series) there is a 'First Printing' notation. Collectors assumed this means there could have been a possible second printing/etc. (Spoiler Alert: there wasn't)
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