Next up is a trade with Trevor. Pretty straightforward trade with some decent stuff traded.
So, we thought Fleer learned their lesson with their 1995 design when they went the simple route for their 1996 design. Well, it turns out that they just took their crazy and put it under the Metal Universe name.
I guess if you are into comic books, then these Metal Universe cards look cool. They are definitely different, so that's nice. I am not sure why Bernard Gilkey needs a falcon on his arm while he bats. That would seem to be a bit distracting. It makes sense that Todd Hundley needs an over sized glove since he was a catcher, but does he really need a headset mike? Do the other players need him to tell them where the ball is going? Was he trying to earn extra money working a drive-thru? And what is the deal with the laser?
I guess the Metal Universe is not the worst thing to happen with cards. It was creative and probably remains one of the most creative sets ever released. Fleer was definitely doing their own PEDs designing those sets.