www.starwarscards.net – USA – Fan Galaxy Series One (2005)
The card set below, is currently a work in progress, and it is, first and foremost, a virtual card set. Although there are original cards, created by the fans, and submitted to the site for inclusion here, cards are being distributed virtually through this web page. 'Collectors' of this set, need only print out the cards they wish to collect. Images and 'card backs' are sized at 2 1/2 inches by 3 1/2 inches like any standard trading card. I am hoping they will print well for those interested in building the set. Don't expect super high-resolution graphics. They won't print perfectly, but the general sense of the card and artwork will be there.
Fan Galaxy Series One is inspired by the Star Wars Galaxy card series' created by Topps in the early 90's. Those cards showed various artists' visions of Star Wars. These cards are meant to show fans' visions of Star Wars, of collecting, of trading cards, and just of being fans. For information on submitting a card, please see the posting in the Collector's Connection section of this site.
This set also includes a special Padawan Subset of cards drawn by our younger site visitors. I think the Padawan Subset might eventually qualify as the best card subset ever, because it will be truly fun to see how our youngest fans view Star Wars.
It is hoped that eventually one of these cards might be printed up by a real printer, as a representative card from the set, and of this site.
All cards and images have been donated to the site and are property of the site. You may print out any card image for the purpose of collecting that card in your personal set only. Images and cards may not be printed out for distribution or sale.
All images in the checklist are presented as thumbnail images. This is to allow you to click on the image for the full graphic which will then be printable from any desktop printer. Card backs are also printable. Cards are numbered on the basis of their receipt at the site. Padawan cards, as a subset, have their own separate "P" numbering, to help distinguish them from the rest of the set. Numbering does not reflect any particular ordering for the set.
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