Monday, April 05, 2010

Razor Previews Pop Century in 2010 Razor Ink

Let the B-list celebrities keep on coming. Razor included a pair of preview autographs for their upcoming Razor Pop Century set in boxes of the recently released repackage 2010 Razor Vault. Don't expect a lot of accolades for either of the featured "celebrities" on the preview cards but being a fan of faux-stars I have to say Razor's dug deep.


 First up is Audrina Patridge of The Hills. I'm ashamed to say I watched the first season of the sort-of reality show about a bunch a whiny rich kids in the city. I feel a little gag reflex in my mouth just admitting that.

Next is a classic. Chris Reid, better known as the flat-top 'Kid' half of the cheesy rap duo Kid 'n Play. Dang. Now that's reaching back. Most will remember Kid from the epic House Party trilogy, but I bet few remember the Kid 'n Play Saturday morning cartoon.


According to Brian Gray of Razor, a third preview card for Pop Century will be released with 2010 Razor Poker. This card will feature Annie Duke. He said Pop Century was set for an August release with further details available in the coming weeks.

5 comments:

Offy said...

One man's trash...

I've actually been following the Kid card on eBay and am looking to pick up a copy for myself. I'm a big fan both of the music and movies and these days he's not a bad stand-up comedian.

Ryan Cracknell said...

I too will eventually find a Kid autograph to add to the collection. I'm hoping Play makes the cut in the final set as well.

Offy said...

They definitely need a Play card along with a Kid 'N' Play dual signed card and then a short printed Kid, Play and Martin Lawrence. I'd track all of those down.

Not only do I remember the Kid 'N' Play cartoon, but I have a VHS tape of some of the episodes that I found at a dollar store and have the entire run of the Marvel comic.

Ryan Cracknell said...

They had comics too? These guys knew how to cross brand.

The Wax Wombat said...

Ryan, I'll GIVE you a Kid card, just mail me your address. It's a sticker auto and thus no use to me, lol.