Custom Trading Cards Site, The Dead Cards, Announces Black Friday Sale

Ever since I first found Mark Roberts’  The Dead Cards, I have been obsessed with these things. They’re small, baseball card-sized prints that are awesome to collect—I already have the Supernatural set and the The Good Things Devils Do set—and even better to bring to cons to get signed. You don’t have to worry about them crinkling up in your bag while you make your way through the crowds, and you can display an entire collection of them in one frame.

The site sells pre-made cards, both singularly and in sets, for mainstream horror like Halloween, The Walking Dead, Goosebumps, The Punisher, Stephen King’s IT, and Supernatural, and also indie gems like Bloody Bill Pon’s Circus of the Dead (2014 – our review) starring Bill Oberst, Jr. as the infamous Papa Corn and The Good Things Devils Do (2020 – our review), where small time thieves meet up with a hulking psycho and a bloodthirsty vampire princess on Halloween night. You can also get playing cards, merch, keychains, and stickers, too!

The Dead Cards - All Out War! Playing Cards Pre-Sale!

You can also have your own cards created! Drawn by some of the best horror artists like Justin Bourne Boring and Mark himself, The Dead Cards’ custom made cards can be created for any character or film. If you have a project or a character or even your favorite cosplay that you want to promote, pick up a few of these cards to sign at cons and festivals. Speaking of cons and fests, get custom made cards of your favorite attending celebs and talent for something small and easy to carry to get signed at the next con. These cards are the way to go. The site also offers custom headshots that will help you stand out among all the others.

From the press release:

Black Friday Special Starting Now! Get a $60 gift card for $50 to use on The Dead Cards Website! Gift cards only good for cards, posters, keychains, hats, 8×10’s, card boxes, top loaders, etc.

Follow the link below and grab the $60 eGift card for $50!

Note: Gift cards cannot be used in the T-Spring t-shirt shop since it is a separate website.

About Tracy Allen

As the co-owner and Editor-in-Chief of, Tracy has learned a lot about independent horror films and the people who love them. Now an approved critic for Rotten Tomatoes, she hopes the masses will follow her reviews back to PopHorror and learn more about the creativity and uniqueness of indie horror movies.

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