Trading cards:

Inkworks:  4400, Firefly, Alias, American Pride, Andromeda, Angel, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Charmed, Elvis Presley, Jurassic Park, The Mummy Returns, Roswell, The Scorpion King, The Simpsons, Tomb Raider, Witchblade, The X-Files, Scooby Doo, Smallville, Men in Black, The Osbournes, Justice League, Looney Tunes, Hellboy, Catwoman, Alien vs. Predator, Lost, Robots, The Sopranos,  Serenity, Family Guy, Veronica Mars, Naruto.  There are many more older ones which can be purchased on Ebay.  Other new ones will come out.  Just check back with Inkworks.

 

Wizards of the Coast:  Magic the Gathering, Dungeons and Dragons, Dreamblade, Star Wars, Axis and Allies, Avalon Hill, d20 modern, Duel Masters, Eberron, Forgotten Realms, Hetabomb, Kids Next Door, Magic Online, Xiaolin Showdown, Neopets.  Wizards will continue to make more products so check back with them.

Topps: Football, Baseball, Basketball, Hockey, Wacky Packages, Garbage Pail Kids, Superman Returns, Star Wars, King Kong, Lord of the Rings, WWE, Warner Brothers "The Dozens", Batman, Batman Begins, Beyblade, Pokemon, Yu-Gi-Oh, The Simpsons.  The Topps company has an "online vault" where you can bid on older items.  More always are made and there were other products in the past to find...just check online auctions.

Upper Deck:  Baseball, Basketball, Football, Golf, Hockey, Soccer, Yu-Gi-Oh, Disney, DC Comics cards, Marvel Comics cards, Nickelodeon, Bratz and more.   

Donruss: Old cards from the past (see Ebay included: The Monkees", "Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea", "Saturday Night Fever", "Elvis Presley" and "Kiss". They manufacture Baseball cards under the "Leaf" name.  They also manufacture Hockey and Football cards. Football cards manufactured under the Score name and the Playoff name.

Monsterwax

Presspass

http://www.justminors.com/

Team Best

http://www.benchwarmer.com/main.html

http://www.beckett.com/default.osi

http://www.pacifictradingcards.com/

http://www.paradigmtradingcards.com/

http://www.itgtradingcards.com/index.html

Dart Flipcards
 
Battlestar Galactica, Hershey, Munsters, Pepsi
Fleer / SkyBox International
http://www.skybox.com
Disney, Marvel, Star Trek
Inkworks
http://www.inkworkscards.com/
James Bond Connoissuer's Collection

 
Rittenhouse Archive
http://www.scifihobby.com
Farscape, Stargate SG-1, Twilight Zone, Wild Wild West, Women of Star Trek,

Outer Limits and Twilight ZoneStar Trek

Sports Time, Inc.
http://www.sportstimeinc.com

 
Stellar Colelctibles - Playboy
http://www.stellarcards.com
Topps
http://www.topps.com

http://www.sa-ge.com/

Artbox - Harry Potter

Breygent Marketing - A new firm in Quebec has just announced plans for trading card sets of The Three Stooges, Hollywood legend John Wayne and the MGM film classic Wizard of Oz.  This company's founders have previous trading card manufacturing experience with DuoCards and Dart Flipcards respectively.

Comic Images - Well known for producing fantasy art sets depicting the works of the Hildebrandt Brothers and other noted illustrators.  Comic Images holds the trading card license for the groundbreaking FOX weekly series 24.  

Dynamic Forces - A firm that specializes comic book trading card titles such as Red Sonja and Fathom.

Hero Factory - This Los Angeles manufacturer came into the field in December 2001 and is headed by a former Artbox executive.  The Robotech set, released late in 2002, will cover the animated space drama series that had been created in Japan during the early 1980s.

LocaSmarts Company based in Florida founded by three women in an effort to produce cards with positive messages for pre-teen girls.  A unique effort, the set is comprised of 150 "Activity" cards produced last fall.

NostalgiCards - A long time non-sport collector started this independent company as an ambitious fulfillment to produce his own trading card sets.  Morbid Monster

Time Machine Washington State firm specializing in celebrity autograph cards.  Majority are female models, however mainstream celebs include Star Trek's Walter Koenig, Margot Kidder from the Christopher Reeve Superman films and Frank Gorshin 1960s impressionist -- aka The Riddler in TV's Batman.

 

List of items to get signed should unlicensed items not be available.

Sports:  Trading cards, balls, pucks, books, pennants, jerseys, bookplates, posters, prints, index cards, the program, schedules from mailers. Magazines like Sports illustrated.  Also, you mail email the major league teams for information about "fan packs" which include items in there to get signed like stickers.  Popular trading card companies to check out are Topps, Donruss, Score, Fleer, Press Pass, Playoff, Leaf, and Upper Deck. For access to sports team websites, visit the MLB, NHA, NBA,  

Authors, Books, index cards, bookplates, magazine articles and some may have popular characters that toys or other things.

Celebrities:  Even celebs could have trading cards like Walk of Fame Cards, Benchwarmer cards, or other cards.  Check Ebay.  Popular places to go are Topps, Inkworks, etc.

 

Anime/movie/TV/Trading card artists etc:  Trading card companies include:  Comic Images, Decipher, Wizards of the Coast, Inkworks, Topps,