Andrew Luck, RG III Take Starring Roles in Panini America’s Version of “Black Sunday”
Hollywood’s version of “Black Sunday” released way back in the spring of 1977, a dramatic thriller detailing the fictional account of an elaborate terrorist plot at the Super Bowl. Panini America’s version of Black Sunday, however, is a star-studded and stunning true story, an absolutely riveting preview of the most anticipated on-card autograph arrivals of the 2012 NFL season to date.
The stars in today’s production: Stud rookie quarterbacks Andrew Luck of the Indianapolis Colts and Robert Griffin III of the Washington Redskins. The setting? Panini America’s upcoming 2012 Black Football and 2012 Absolute Football releases. The results? Pure box-office magic.
A quick synopsis of our presentation: Luck and Griffin, as reliable and efficient at signing they’re on-card autographs for Panini America as they are at making plays on Sundays, returned their signed and soon-to-be coveted autographs for Black and Absolute earlier this week. We simply couldn’t wait to show them to you.
So what follows is a tantalizing preview of these gems, a captivating ensemble of collection-making cards that’s as must-see as anything Hollywood’s ever produced. Enjoy.