No longer was flat, 2-dimensional cardboard sufficient for “The Monopoly”. No, these cards jump right out at you…literally. If you look at the scan, you can see the sweeping motion of F-Bomb’s delivery accentuated by the corner-to-corner curl of the flashy chrome card. Alex Burnett’s 6′ height is visually enhanced by the top of the card bending away from you as you hold it. Yessiree, there is no way Spock would be able to sneak up on Topps in the Mutara Nebula!
clockwise, from top left: 2010 Bowman Chrome Prospects #BCP203 Max Kepler; 2010 Topps Chrome refractor #98 Francisco Liriano; 2010 Topps Chrome XFractor #188 Alex Burnett; 2010 Topps Chrome XFractor #187 Luke Hughes
Thanks again for the trade, Night Owl. Looking forward to seeing the next great advance in card technology. Spellcheck, maybe?