Crappy Garbage Pail Kids Sketch Cards

GPK Sketch Card History

Topps inserted hand-drawn artist sketch cards starting in the All New Series (ANS) 4 Garbage Pail Kids release.  These cards were largely a hit amongst collectors.  The ANS4 sketch cards were inserted at a rate of 1 per hobby box.

Garbage Pail Kids ANS4 Sketch Card Example

ANS4 GPK Sketch Card Example

In 2010 Topps again decided to insert artist drawn sketch card in the Garbage Pail Kids Flashback (FB) release.  The ratio for the sketches was approximately 1 for every 10 hobby boxes.  This ratio sucked and a lot of collectors who purchased 8 box cases did not end up with a sketch card.  The actual art on the sketch cards was greatly improved over the ANS4 release.  You can check out the Wall Of Shame at GPKUG.

Garbage Pail Kids Flashback 1 Sketch Example

GPK Flashback 1 Sketch Example

In 2011 Topps has again inserted hand drawn artist sketch cards into the Garbage Pail Kids Flashback 2 release.  Some of the sketch cards are drawn on traditional card stock and some are drawn on Adam Bomb shaped punch-outs.  The ratio for sketch cards in the FB2 release is 1:469 packs (this is super crappy odds of about 1 sketch for every 20 hobby boxes).

Some of the punch-out FB2 sketches that have surfaced so far have been extremely crappy and seem to have been drawn by “artists” who have nothing to do with GPK.  Below you will see some examples of the worst GPK sketches I have seen.

Crappy Garbage Pail Kids Flashback 2 Punch-Out Sketches

I am assuming this sketch was supposed to be Wacky Jackie from U.S. OS1

Crappy Garbage Pail Kids Flashback Sketch

Crappy Wacky Jackie Sketch

Garbage Pail Kids Wacky Jackie

Garbage Pail Kids Wacky Jackie

Lame, lame and more lame…

Crappy Garbage Pail Kids Flashback Sketches

3 really bad sketches

WTF??

WTF is this supposed to be?

Here is the worst Galloping Glen I have ever seen:

Crappy Galloping Glen Garbage Pail Kids Sketch

Crappy Galloping Glen Sketch

Galloping Glen - Garbage Pail Kids

Garbage Pail Kids Galloping Glen

This is just the beginning as the Garbage Pail Kids Flashback 2 release has just hit the market. So not only are the sketch card ratios really bad for FB2, the punch-out sketches are generally really poorly drawn.  Keep your eye on eBay to see more of these really bad sketches not sell.

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Adam Bomb – Worldwide GPK Domination

Adam Bomb is the most iconic Garbage Pail Kid of all time.  He graces the front of countless U.S. and Foreign packs/wrappers, boxes, posters, advertisement literature, etc.  Here I will post all of the U.S. and Foreign Adam Bomb cards that I can think of.  I am sure I am missing some so please let me know if you know of any other Adam Bomb cards.

Garbage Pail Kids Adam Bomb U.S. Giant Card

Adam Bomb U.S. Giant GPK Card

The U.S. first series Garbage Pail Kids are 3.5″ x 2.5″ and have a die cuts.  The U.S. version of the cards came with two back variations; matte and glossy.  The UK 1st Series Garbage Pail Kids are smaller than the U.S. version (3.0″ x 2.1″) and are not die cut.

U.S. 1st Series Adam Bomb Garbage Pail Kid

U.S. 1st Series Adam Bomb

UK Adam Bomb Garbage Pail Kids Card

UK 1st Series Adam Bomb

In 1986 44 card test sets were released in Europe.  These sets consisted of only ‘a’ cards.  The test sets were found in Germany, Denmark, Holland, France, Jordan and Belgium.  The cards were smaller than U.S. Garbage Pail Kids and measured approximately 2.125″ x 3″.

German Test Series Adam Bomb Garbage Pail Kids Card

German Test Set Adam Bomb

French Test Series Adam Bomb Garbage Pail Kids Card

French Test Set Adam Bomb

Dutch Test Series Adam Bomb Garbage Pail Kids Card

Dutch Test Set Adam Bomb

Below you will see the Australian and New Zealand versions of Adam Bomb.  Both cards are found in the 1st Series releases for the respective countries.  You will notice the main diference between the cards are the banners.  The Australian Adam Bomb uses a straight banner while the New Zealand version has a curved banner.  Both cards are smaller than U.S. versions and the same size as the UK version.

Australia Adam Bomb Garbage Pail Kids Card

Australia 1st Series Adam Bomb

New Zealand Adam Bomb Garbage Pail Kids Card

New Zealand Adam Bomb

Below is the French and Spanish versions of Adam Bomb.  Both cards are from the 1st Series releases.  Both versions of the card are 2.5″ x 3.5″ which is the same size as the U.S. version.

French Les Crados Adam Bomb Garbage Pail Kids Card

French 1st Series Adam Bomb

Spanish La Pandilla Basura Adam Bomb Garbage Pail Kids Card

Spanish 1st Series Adam Bomb

Next we have a couple offerings from South America; Argentina’s Alex Plosivo and Brazil’s Rambo Bomba.  Both versions of the card are 2.5″ x 3.5″ which is the same size as the U.S. version.  Notice that the Basuritas card has a die cut while the Gang Do Lixo card does not.

Adam Bomb - Argentina Garbage Pail Kids Card

Argentina - Adam Bomb

Brazil - Adam Bomb Garbage Pail Kids Card

Brazil - Adam bomb

Up Next we have two of the coolest and rarest Adam Bombs; the Japanese Bukimi Kun and the Israeli Havurat Ha’zevel.  Both of these cards are the same size as the U.S. cards.  Very few Bukimi Kun cards are known to exist and the Israeli version of Adam Bomb also seems to be quite rare.

Adam Bomb Japanese Bukimi Kun Garbage Pail Kids Card

Japanese Bukimi Kun Adam bomb

Israeli Havurat Ha'zevel Adam Bomb Garbage Pail Kids Card

Israeli Adam Bomb GPK Card

Here are a couple of Argentine Adam Bombs from the Basuritas and Monsters release and an Adam Bomb from the Chile Solo Adam Bomb release.  All of these South American Garbage Pail Kids cards are quite small and printed on very thin paper.

Argentina Basuritas and Monsters Adam Bomb GPK Card

Argentina Adam Bomb Certificate Card

Argentina Basuritas and Monsters Adam Bomb

Argentina Basuritas Adam Bomb

Chile Basuritas Adam Bomb Garbage Pail Kids Card

Chile Solo Basuritas Adam Bomb

Italy had quite a few releases.  The card on the left is from the 1st series GPK release.  This card is 2.5″ x 3.5″.  The card on the right is from the Italy Mega Sgorbions release and measures 3.4″ x 4.8″.  Please note that there was a second series Mega Sgorbions released with an Adam Bomb having the identical front as the one seen below.

Italy Garbage Pail Kids Sgorbions Adam Bomb

Italy Sgorbions Adam Bomb

Italy Garbage Pail Kids Sgorbions Mega Adam Bomb

Italy Sgorbions Mega Adam Bomb

A series called Holiday Sgorbions was also released in Italy.  This set contained two Adam Bombs.  The one on the left is the Metallic Adam Bomb and measures 2.1″ x 2.7″ The card on the right is the Adam Bomb Tattoo and measures 1.7″ x 2.4″.

Italy Metallic Sgorbions Adam Bomb Card

Italy Holiday Metallic Adam Bomb

Italy Holiday Adam Bomb Tattoo Garbage Pail Kid

Italy Holiday Adam Bomb Tattoo

The I Mitici stamp set was also released in Italy.  The card on the left is from this set.  The card on the right is a lenticular Adam Bomb card that goes with the Italy Kakkones 1st series.

Italy I Mitici Adam Bomb Stamp Garbage Pail Kids

Italy I Mitici Adam Bomb Stamp

Italy Kakkones Adam Bomb Garbage Pail Kids Card

Italy Kakkones Adam Bomb

The next two cards we have are the ANS Adam Bomb Releases from Argentina and Brazil.  At some point the Adam Bomb on a lot of the newer cards started looking more cartoonish than previous older versions.

Argentina Los Asquerositos Adam Bomb Garbage Pail Kid Card

Los Asquerositos ANS Adam Bomb

Brazil ANS Gang Do Lixo Adam Bomb Garbage Pail Kids Card

Brazil ANS Gang Do Lixo Adam Bomb

Here are a couple of lesser known versions of Adam Bomb from Europe.  Both Sweden and Finland released ANS1 sets which included silver foil sub-sets.  The first card in each sub-set was an Adam Bomb.

Finland ANS Adam Bomb Garbage Pail Kid Card

Finland ANS Adam Bomb

Sweden ANS Adam Bomb Garbage Pail Kids Card

Sweden ANS Adam Bomb

Next we have two Adam Bombs from the U.S. ANS1 release; one gold and one silver.  These were part of foil chase card sets for the U.S. ANS1 release.

U.S. ANS1 Gold Adam Bomb Garbage Pail Kids Card

U.S. ANS1 Gold Adam Bomb

U.S. ANS1 Silver Adam Bomb Garbage Pail Kids Card

U.S. ANS1 Silver Adam Bomb

On the left we have the gold foil Adam Bomb game card from ANS4.  On the right we have the gum wrap-around Adam Bomb which was found in ANS1.

ANS4 Adam Bomb Game Card Garbage Pail Kid

ANS4 Adam Bomb Game Card

ANS1 Adam Bomb Gum Wrap

Adam Bomb Gum Wrap

Up next on the left is the Adam Bomb Alphabet card that was found in ANS5.  Back to ANS4 we also have an Adam Bomb Tattoo as seen on the right.

ANS5 Adam Bomb Alphabet Garbage Pail Kids Card

ANS5 Adam Bomb Alphabet Card

ANS4 Adam Bomb Tattoo Card

ANS4 Adam Bomb Tattoo Card

In the U.S. ANS4 release Topps did this card to commemorate the 20th Anniversary of the original Adam Bomb card printed in 1985.  On the right you see a Wacky Packages parody of Adam Bomb.

ANS4 Adam Bomb Anniversary Garbage Pail Kids Card

ANS4 Adam Bomb Anniversary Card

Wacky Packages Adam Bomb Card

Wacky Packages Adam Bomb Card

In 2010 Topps released the Garbage Pail Kids Flashbacks.  Card 3a was Adam Bomb.  There were multiple levels of parallel colored borders (yellow, green, pink, silver and gold).

Garbage Pail Kids Flashback Adam Bomb - Yellow

GPK Flashback Adam Bomb - Yellow

Garbage Pail Kids Flashback Adam Bomb - Green

GPK Flashback Adam Bomb - Green

Garbage Pail Kids Flashback Adam Bomb - Pink

GPK Flashback Adam Bomb - Pink

Garbage Pail Kids Flashback Adam Bomb - Pink

GPK Flashback Adam Bomb - Silver

There was also a Garbage Pail Kids Where Are They Now (WATN) sub-set included in the 2010 Flashback release.  Of course Adam Bomb was featured in this sub-set.

Adam Bomb Flashback WATN Yellow Garbage Pail Kids Card

Adam Bomb Flashback WATN Yellow

Adam Bomb Flashback WATN Green Garbage Pail Kids Card

Adam Bomb Flashback WATN Green

Adam Bomb Flashback WATN Pink Garbage Pail Kids Card

Adam Bomb Flashback WATN Pink

Adam Bomb Flashback WATN Silver Garbage Pail Kids Card

Adam Bomb Flashback WATN Silver

Now with the new Garbage Pail Kids Flashback 2 release hitting stores there will be many more Adam Bomb cards to come…

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GPK Custom Artwork Blog

In recent years Garbage Pail Kids fans have had a lot more interaction with GPK artists.  A lot of the artists have made themselves available to collectors to draw/sketch/paint custom cards and other art.  If a collector has a concept they would like to see come to life they can simply contact one of the artists and work out all the details.

Here is an awesome Blog dedicated to Custom GPK Artwork.  Check this Blog often to see all the new custom Garbage Pail Kids Artwork…

Custom GPK Artwork Blog

Custom GPK Artwork Blog

Below is a list of Garbage Pail Kids artists with links to their websites where you can contact them about custom sketch cards and artwork.

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Farsi Garbage Pail Kids Fan Set

In 2010/2011 several members from the Garbage Pail Kids Underground made a Persian Farsi Garbage Pail Kids Fan Set.  The members responsible were Jimbo, -TCT & tinyTIMMAH.  Jimbo & -TCT came up with the concept, -TCT was the art director and  tinyTIMMAH printed the release.  The set consisted of 81 cards; 80 base cards and 1 bonus card.  The set is numbered 1-80 and the bonus card is numbered B1.  The cards measure 2.5″ x 3.5″.  A total of 47 sets were printed.  The sets were primarily sold to other GPKUG members.  Purchase of the GPK Farsi set was limited to 1 per person.  The phonetic pronunciation of ‘Garbage Pail Kids’  in Farsi is ‘Koodakaneh Ashghaldan’.

Farsi Garbage Pail Kids Examples

Farsi Garbage Pail Kids Examples

The GPK Farsi Fan set consists of GPK characters from Original Series 1 – 6.  To pay homage to the Japanese Garbage Pail Kids release, Bukimi Kun, several card from the GPK Farsi set were censored.

Censored Farsi Garbage Pail Kids Cards

Censored Farsi Garbage Pail Kids Cards

The GPK Farsi Fan set has three different card backs; Standard Back (Cards 1-79), Checklist Back (Card 80) and the Bonus Back (Card B1).  -TCT came up with the concepts and did all the art for the back of the cards.

Standard Farsi Garbage Pail Kids Back

Standard Farsi Garbage Pail Kids Back

Farsi Garbage Pail Kids Checklist Back

Farsi Garbage Pail Kids Checklist Back

Bonus Card

The Farsi GPK bonus card was added midway through the development process.   The bonus card was developed by -TCT to thank tinyTIMMAH for his hard work printing and cutting the set.  The bonus card was modeled after the UK ANS Sticker Set version of the Garbage Pail Kid Card 216a/b Tiny Tim/Small Saul.  Tiny Tim just happens to be tinyTIMMAH’s favorite GPK character.

Farsi Garbage Pail Kids Bonus Card

Farsi GPK Bonus Card Front & Back

Technical Data

The Farsi GPK set was printed on Kromekote 12pt C1S cover paper on a Konica Minolta C6500 BizHub Pro.

Farsi Garbage Pail Kids Cards Full Sheets

Farsi GPK Cards Full Sheets

The Farsi GPK Cards were cut on a Challenge “Champion” 305 cutting machine.

Farsi Garbage Pail Kids Card Cutting

Farsi GPK Card Cutting

Promo Card – P1

There were 10 P1 promo cards printed to test color, resolution, stock, etc.  The P1 cards were printed on a card stock that was more like plastic than paper.  The plastic stock was not suitable for the Farsi Garbage Pail Kids set as the images came out very pixelated.  The decision was made to print the cards on Kromekote 12pt C1S cover paper.

Farsi Garbage Pail Kids Promo Card P1 Front

Farsi GPK Promo Card P1 Front

Farsi Garbage Pail Kids Promo Card P1 Back

Farsi GPK Promo Card P1 Back

The below images show the entire 80 card Farsi Garbage Pail Kids Fan set.  Click the thumbnails for larger images.

Farsi Garbage Pail Kids Sheet 1

Farsi GPK Sheet 1

Farsi Garbage Pail Kids Sheet 2

Farsi GPK Sheet 2

Farsi Garbage Pail Kids Sheet 3

Farsi GPK Sheet 3

Farsi Garbage Pail Kids Sheet 4

Farsi GPK Sheet 4

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Russian Garbage Pail Kids – Deti Otbrosy

Russian Deti Otbrosy GPK Banner

At some point prior to 2009 Topps Europe Ltd. (Merlin) published a set of Russian Garbage Pail Kids in Russia.  The Russian Garbage Pail kids are phonetically pronounced ‘Deti Otbrosy’ in English.  The collation of the set exactly matched the previous 2004 UK All New Series Garbage Pail Kids Sticker Album set.  The Russian set consists of 181 base cards (1-181) and 11 bonus cards (G1-G11).  It is not clear exactly when the stickers were released in Russia.  The first time the cards were seen in the U.S. was in late 2009.  Wayne from WGPKR and  -TCT (world renowned foreign GPK collector) from GPKUG found the stickers on a Russian website.  Wayne and -TCT imported enough Deti Otbrosy to put together approximately 16 sets.  The sets were sold to other GPK collectors.

Russian Garbage Pail Kids Card Front

Russian GPK Card Front

Russian Garbage Pail Kids Card Back

Russian GPK Card Back

Each pack of Deti Otbrosy contained 5 stickers.  The packs are very similar to other Garbage Pail Kids European sticker set releases.  Each pack contained four regular stickers (green border) and one foil sticker.

Russian Garbage Pail Kids Wrapper Front

Russian GPK Wrapper Front

Russian Garbage Pail Kids Wrapper Back

Russian GPK Wrapper Back

The album that accompanied the Deti Otbrosy is seen below.  Again, the album closely matches other GPK sticker albums released in Europe since 2004.  The album has a cardboard front and back cover with paper pages inside.  The pages  have spaces to put every sticker in the set.

Russian Garbage Pail Kids Album Front

Russian GPK Album Front

Russian Garbage Pail Kids Album Back

Russian GPK Album Back

Of the 192 total stickers in the set, 32 of them were foil stickers.  The foil stickers seem to have been picked at random.  The Deti Otbrosy box is seen below.  The box contained 50 packs.  A full box yields 250 stickers (200 green border stickers and 50 foil stickers).

Russian Garbage Pail Kids Foil Card

Russian GPK Foil Card

Russian Garbage Pail Kids Box

Russian GPK Box

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Japanese Garbage Pail Kids – Bukimi Kun

Bukimi Kun Banner

A set of 168 Garbage Pail Kids stickers were released in Japan in 1989.  The Japanese version of Garbage Pail Kids were called ‘Bukimi Kun’.  The Bukumi Kun release used the same characters and numbering as the Israeli ‘Havurat Ha’Zevel’ 1st series release.  The Bukimi Kun release uses GPK characters from the U.S. Original Series 1, 2, 3, and 6.

Bukimi Kun Card #40

Bukimi Kun Card #40

Bukimi Kun Card #62

Bukimi Kun Card #62

For some reason or another several of the Bukimi Kun stickers were censored.  The cards were censored with three large black bars.

Bukimi Kun Card #66

Bukimi Kun Censored Card #66

Bukimi Kun Card #168

Bukimi Kun Censored Card #168

Until September 2010 all that was seen of the release were single cards and an open wrapper.  It was not uncommon for single Bukumi Kun stickers to fetch upwards of $500.00 in auction or private party sales.  An album was rumored to exist but no pictures ever surfaced.

Bukimi Kun Wrapper - Front

Bukimi Kun Wrapper – Front

Bukimi Kun Wrapper - Back

Bukimi Kun Wrapper – Back

On 22 September 2010 a new member of GPKUG claimed to have three Bukimi Kun albums.  The poster claimed to have one album that was complete with all 168 stickers, one album that was empty and another partial album.  The new forum member claimed to have purchased the Bukimi Kun items at the Chicago Comic Convention in approximately 2000 for $40.00 or $50.00.  He posted pictures and videos of the albums.  Some members of GPKUG even met with the forum member in person to examine the cards.  There were some differences between the stickers in his album and the stickers that had been previously seen.  None of the stickers in the full album were censored.  This leads some collectors to believe that there were multiple print runs of the Bukimi Kun cards.

On 4 October 2010 the full album and empty album went up for auction on eBay.  The full album sold for a little over $2700.00.  The empty album was bid up to $455.00 but the reserve was not met.  The empty album later sold privately for an undisclosed amount.  The partial album was also never auctioned and was sold privately.

After the Bukimi Kun album auctions ended the forum member also came out with 110 more Bukimi Kun stickers.  These stickers had been previously stuck onto paper (not in an album).  The forum member cut the stickers out and sold them for approximately $20.00/each.

Trimmed Bukimi Kun Cards

Trimmed Bukimi Kun Cards

Shortly after the Bukimi Kun album fiasco some pictures of a Bukimi Kun box surfaced.  The picture was found on a Japanese website.

Bukimi Kun Box

Bukimi Kun Box

Bukimi Kun are still considered by many collectors to be some of the rarest and coolest foreign sets of Garbage Pail to ever be made.

Below are full scans of every page of the full Bukimi Kun Album that was sold on eBay.  Please click the images below for the full size scan.

Bukimi Kun Album Front Cover

Bukimi Kun Album Front Cover

Bukimi Kun Album Inside Cover

Bukimi Kun Album Inside Cover

Bukimi Kun Album Page 1

Bukimi Kun Album Page 1

Bukimi Kun Album Page 2

Bukimi Kun Album Page 2

Bukimi Kun Album Page 3

Bukimi Kun Album Page 3

Bukimi Kun Album Page 4

Bukimi Kun Album Page 4

Bukimi Kun Album Page 5

Bukimi Kun Album Page 5

Bukimi Kun Album Page 6

Bukimi Kun Album Page 6

Bukimi Kun Album Page 7

Bukimi Kun Album Page 7

Bukimi Kun Album Page 8

Bukimi Kun Album Page 8

Bukimi Kun Album Page 9

Bukimi Kun Album Page 9

Bukimi Kun Album Page 10

Bukimi Kun Album Page 10

Bukimi Kun Album Page 11

Bukimi Kun Album Page 11

Bukimi Kun Album Page 12

Bukimi Kun Album Page 12

Bukimi Kun Album Page 13

Bukimi Kun Album Page 13

Bukimi Kun Album Page 14

Bukimi Kun Album Page 14

Bukimi Kun Album Page 15

Bukimi Kun Album Page 15

Bukimi Kun Album Page 16

Bukimi Kun Album Page 16

Bukimi Kun Album Page 17

Bukimi Kun Album Page 17

Bukimi Kun Album Page 18

Bukimi Kun Album Page 18

Bukimi Kun Album Page 19

Bukimi Kun Album Page 19

Bukimi Kun Album Page 20

Bukimi Kun Album Page 20

Bukimi Kun Album Page 21

Bukimi Kun Album Page 21

Bukimi Kun Album Page 22

Bukimi Kun Album Page 22

Bukimi Kun Album Page 23

Bukimi Kun Album Page 23

Bukimi Kun Album Page 24

Bukimi Kun Album Page 24

Bukimi Kun Album Page 25

Bukimi Kun Album Page 25

Bukimi Kun Album Back Cover

Bukimi Kun Album Back Cover

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Garbage Pail Kids Flashback Printing Plates

Garbage Pail Kids Flashback Logo
Original Printing Plates were inserted into the Garbage Pail Kids Flashback packs that were released in 2010. The printing plates are metal and come in four colors; Yellow, Black, Cyan and Magenta. Each sticker used all four printing plates during the printing process. According to Topps, the plates were placed into packs at a ratio of 1:1790. There is some controversy surrounding the stated ratio however. No more than two colors of any one character’s plate has been found. This leads some people to believe that two plates for every character are still held in the Topps Vault. Additionally, no ‘b’ plates have been found. It appears only ‘a’ plates were put into packs. It is unclear if ‘a’ & ‘b’ plates were necessary to print the cards. All the plates that have been found to date have stickers on the back with ‘a’ on them. If there are no ‘b’ plates then why put the ‘a’ on the plates?

Yellow GPK Flashback Printing Plate Example

Garbage Pail Kids Flashback Printing Plate 12a - Yellow

12a GPK Printing Plate Front - Yellow

Garbage Pail Kids Flashback Printing Plate 12a - Yellow - Back

12a GPK Printing Plate Back - Yellow

Cyan GPK Flashback Printing Plate Example

22a Cyan Garbage Pail Kids Flashback Printing Plate Front

22a GPK Printing Plate Cyan - Front

22a Garbage Pail Kids Flashback Printing Plate Cyan - Back

22a GPK Printing Plate Cyan - Back

If only ‘a’ plates were used to make the GPK Flashback set, there would be a total of 320 plates (4 colors x 80 cards = 320 plates). If only two colors of every printing plate was placed into packs, then a total of 160 GPK Flashback plates were put into packs. If this is the case, the actual ratio of plates to packs would be 1:3580.

There were also some errors made with the plates. The stickers on the original Bony Joanie plates were mixed up with the stickers on the Where Are They Now (WATN) Bony Joanie plates. The original Bony Joanie Flashback card is 7a. The WATN Bony Joanie card is 76a. However, the stickers on the original Bony Joanie card printing plates are 76a; the stickers on the WATN Bony Joanie card printing plates are 7a.

GPK Flashback Bony Joanie 7a

Flashback Card 7a

Flashback Card 76a - Bony Joanie Where are They Now

Flashback Card 7

Above you see the Garbage Pail Kids Flashback 7a and 76a cards.  Below is the GPK Flashback Printing plate for 7a Bony Joanie but the back of the plate has the sticker for 76a Bony Joanie WATN.  I believe all 7a/76a plates have the incorrect stickers on them.

GPK Flashback 7a Black Printing Plate

7a GPK FB Black Printing Plate

GPK Flashback 7a printing plate back with error sticker

Back of 7a plate with 76a sticker

If anyone comes across images of other 7a or 76a printing plates please contact me so I can post them.

Additionally I challenge anyone to show photographs of more than 2 colors of any one character’s plates.

Magenta GPK Flashback Printing Plate Example

73a Garbage Pail Kids Flashback Printing Plate Magenta - Front

73a GPK FB Plate Magenta - Front

73a Garbage Pail Kids Flashback Printing Plate - Magenta - Back

73a GPK FB Plate Magenta - Back

Black GPK Flashback Printing Plate Example

Garbage Pail Kids Flashback Printing Plate Black

73a GPK FB Plate Black - Front

Garbage Pail Kids Flashback Printing Plate Black - Back

73a GPK FB Plate Black - Back

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