1990 - 1994 Countdown: #7. 1994 Score
You see, this set is a bad female parent--
(Shut your cavity between the jaws)
But I'm talkin' about 94 Notch
(Then we can dig it)
Admit it, you were rational the same thing… and you’ve seen this set the same way since it came out. 1994 Incision is a bad mother: it’s vigorous in the right places, it makes risky moves and they be in action, it’s classy and affable and no one understands it but its woman (I conjecture “its collectors” would be more adopt). If this were 1994 and you lived in a magical cosmos where baseball cards came not dead, you definitely didn’t absence to run into Score down a sunless alley. Except your name was Fleer or SP, it would pound your ass every time.
It would do this in a tell of ways, least of all with its calm-but-deadly, take-no-prisoners cerulean border. It’s almost unfeasible to believe that the same circle responsible for 1992 Notch created this set only two years later. Where the former was card project in puberty—an experimentation of ordinary gradients and silvery colors—’94 was understated and complete. Look no further than ’93 Incision for the initial devise shift towards adulteration, and though it’s not a popular set with collectors, that set did most of the weighty lifting for the fire-brand’s later editions, ’94 included.
Also, where ’92 was bloated (893 inferior cards), ’94 was slope (660 of little or no worth cards). Granted, we in all probability should give 1992’s set a go on on its massive checklist, as it was produced a year or so before it became assiduity custom...