The cards themselves come in a purple foil package with black and gold ink.
The front has:
The back says:
Produced and distributed exclusively by
Fleer Entertainment, Mt. Laurel, NJ 08054.
Made & printed in the USA.
Distributed in Canada by Fleer Ltd./Ltee.
Collect the following limited-edition insert cards:
10 Chromium cards, approximately 1:6 packs.
10 Suspended Animation cards, approximately 1:6 packs.
5 Holoblast cards, approximately 1:9 packs.
No guaranteed number of limited-edition cards per box.
The cards are available at comic book stores and shops carrying baseball cards. Also carried in some Target and K-Mart stores.
[Author's note: This was scanned in two passes with a 5-inch hand scanner.
That explains the subtle discontinuity going across the middle of the image.]
high-tech stories, and state-of-the-art chase cards compile to make Fleer Ultra Reboot March 1995's hottest set!(pictures of #19: "Bob Wants You", #52: "Enzo Reboots")
The Megahit of Saturday Morning!The ReBoot animated series is taking Saturday morning by storm. Airing at 8:30 AM EDT/PDT on ABC, its tearing up the competition. Taking today's technology to the limits, ReBoot is displayed exclusively in CGI -- Computer Generated Imagery. A visually captivating combination of computer graphics, software lingo and ping-zing action, ReBoot is a hit with kids and teens. This high-energy ground breaker is just the right format to make ReBoot a number one hit with trading card collectors.
Continuing a long line of successful card sets such as Fleer Ultra X-Men '94, Marvel Cards Spider-Man, '94 Flair Marvel Universe, and '94 Marvel Masterpieces, Fleer logs on in March 1995 with Fleer Ultra ReBoot.
Three state-of-the-art limited-edition chase card sets featuring:(pictures of #119: "Megabyte's Grasp" and #1: "Dot Matrix".)
HOLOBLAST Terminally cool cards featuring computer-generated images joined with three-dimensional holograms.
CHROMIUM Totally tubular chromium cards featuring the heroes and villains of Mainframe!
SUSPENDED ANIMATION High-tech images of Mainframe's key characters.
See Joe's checklist or Steve's checklist for a full list.
Note:The checklist published in the magazine is wrong. The list of images changed between the time the ad was created and when the cards came out. Most of the names printed there did not make the final cut. The only things right in the magazine's checklist are the "KEY PLAYERS" (cards 1 through 9 and a half) and the description of the special cards (HOLOBLAST, CHROMIUM, and SUSPENDED ANIMATION).
Wayne Farmer (WayneOHere@compuserve.com) informs me there is an 8.5" x 11" promo sheet for the Reboot cards with pictures of 9 cards:
the complete checklist