This pack was actually opened when I got it. My guess is that if it had contained a holographic card, that card is long gone by an unscrupulous pack searcher. Yeah, I said it. Each pack has 12 cards with a chance for a randomly inserted hologram.
The cards are flat, meaning no shine at all. The grey borders are drab. The images on the cards are colorful, but seem to lack something. Then again, I was not a comic book collector as a kid, so maybe these look mah-vel-lous for all I know. Each card features a scene with a main character, the DC Comics logo, a caption in the upper corner and the character's name in the lower corner.
The backs feature information about the depicted character or scene. Lobo looks scary until you see the dog. Frankly, the dog looks like something out of a Tom and Jerry cartoon.
Why do the bad guys always look so much cooler than the good guys? Mr. Bones would beat Orion down in a flash.
And how about the names? "Blue Beetle!?" Heck, even *I* would take on that guy - just bring ye olde canister of RAID.
I'm thinking there is more going on in the "Maxima" card than they're letting on. I'm just saying, that's not looking like a kid-friendly card there.
Some of the cards feature comics covers. Evidently, the one shown above was worth $12000 in 1992, book value. We all know what that means.
I got gyped. Where is my Wonder Woman card? Oh well.