Looking for a new binder to showcase and store your shiny collection of Series 2 My Little Pony cards? Enterplay has the solution with a brand new binder that came out recently in stores. I was able to find a few over at my local Walmart so here’s a “hooves on” of the new binder right after the break.
For those who owned the original MLP Enterplay binder, this one should feel exactly the same but with a different design on the cover. The binder is made using the same exact material. This front cover features the Mane 6 group hugging Twilight shortly after she is made into a princess.
Here’s the back of the binder which shows both Princess Celestia and Luna dressed up during Twilight’s princess coronation. In all honesty, there’s a lack in quality compared to the original binder shows up here with some slightly pixelated shots of Luna and Celestia. Plus Rarity’s body is cut off abruptly in a visible location. For the most part, it looks nice but I would have expected a little better quality control especially from a first-party product.
On top of getting the binder, you also get a checklist of all the Series 2 cards and a pack of 6 special edition puzzle cards. Again, nothing surprising compared with the original Enterplay binder aside from the Series 2 theme. The checklist sheet is printed on basic paper so you’ll want to get a binder sleeve to put it into ASAP if you want to avoid tearing the binder holes by accident. The interior is a nice black material that feels pretty smooth and the clips feels very sturdy.
A lot of cards to collect once again in Series 2. It’s a shame that this binder comes out before all the cards have been released/announced as some special cards are listed as TBA. A poor oversight on Enterplay’s part, but as long as you recognize the card number, you’ll do fine.
…and there you have the entire package! You get the binder, checklist, and six special edition cards (including a binder sleeve to put them in to!). At only $20, it’s the same price as the original binder package. You can find this binder at most places that sell Enterplay MLP Products (i.e. Walmart, Target, etc.).