At big-box stores like Wal-Mart, Collector Boosters are sitting in large, unwieldy boxes for Magic: The Gathering players to purchase.
Hasbro seems to be considering the idea of putting Magic: The Gathering card art on the NFT market. Is this better than the alternative?
Various big-box retailers like Wal-Mart and Target have been limiting how many trading card products can be sold to individual customers.
Have you ever made a high-impact purchase for your latest miniature tabletop hobby, only to be faced with a difficult ethical decision?
City of Mist has been on and off of the public radar for a little while now, towing that nasty little line between visible and obscure.
With some card gamers feeling aimless in their pursuit of connection amid COVID-19, here are a few ways to get your TCG fix.
We wish to alleviate your concerns about finding wargames through means that are specially-geared towards gamers in the age of COVID.
Our tabletop writer recently heard an interesting question posed in the wake of a series of significant bans in Magic: The Gathering.
Preorder sales have begun on Magic: The Gathering's newest expansion set, Double Masters, despite their prior set, Jumpstart, just releasing.
The shift to digital art in Magic: The Gathering made us pray for something more traditional. But suddenly, Seb McKinnon answered our prayers.
Our tabletop writer has been busy writing plot for Dastarque, and after quite a bit of play, it is finally ready to be discussed with you!
In this article, we will discuss exactly what th Ancient Mew Effect is, and why it's now become a strict negative in card games.
Today we will be discussing the nature and etiquette of emotes in Magic: The Gathering: Arena, Magic's online interface.
Dungeons & Dragons is arguably the most difficult game to create content for. With so many Dungeon Masters trying to sculpt their perfect
This week was Batman Week here at Bleeding Cool, and today is our last entry into the hypothetical "Batman Series" of Magic card analogues.