I was looking through my bootleg binder in my Hungarian section and brought me to some questions. We are all familiar with Hungarian bootlegs (those of us anyway) but yet there was a "wave" of carded bootlegs that came on different color cards and with different fonts on the card that started to appear in the mid 2000's. These cards that came up were in different colors brown, gray and pink to name a few, and the logos were in a different font than the ones like I have. I do know that the molds of these Hungarian bootlegs were once up on the market years ago and was just curious if these different bootlegs on these different cards were the works of someone who purchased these molds and made newer packaging for the collectors market or were these some newly found variants? Does anyone here know who actually purchased these molds? And, were the figures of these different colored cards made of different plastics or details than ones found years before then? I have samples of these different colored cards and several Ebay auctions from years ago regarding these Hungarian bootlegs with different cards and different fonts. At the time they were thought to be just fake figures with homemade cards but what if these are actually a different "generation" of Hungarian bootlegs made with the original molds that were sold years ago?? I can talk all day about Mexican bootlegs in this same scenerio but what about Hungarian?? Thoughts and opinions???