Sean Dugas Concrete-encased body identified as former Florida reporter Florida man accused of killing ex-reporter, stealing $100K in ‘Magic: The Gathering’ cards Twin brother denied bond in Winder murder case Father of twin murder suspects issues statement, blasts local gawkers Second day of testimony set for Wednesday in trial of man charged with killing former […]
It’s January, and I can’t be the only person looking for inspiration. Winter is magical in the Christmas season, with lights and sugar and warming cocktails and family gatherings and presents! And then you hit January 6th (the...Show More Summary
This Sunday, Hollywood will gather at the Dolby Theater in Los Angeles to perform the impressive feat of kissing its own ass without suffering some sort of severe spinal injury. Yes, it's Academy Award time - the one magical night on...Show More Summary
Battleship has already been turned into a big-screen feature, as has Ouija. Adaptations of Monopoly, Dungeons & Dragons, and Magic: The Gathering are currently in the works. And now Settlers of Catan could be the next tabletop game to get the Hollywood treatment. Show More Summary
Take a photo tour of Funko's Toy Fair booth to see all the latest cute figures from Arrow, Evolve, Magic: The Gathering and more.
Alesha, Who Smiles at Death | Art by Anastasia Ovchinnikova Wizards of the Coast, the company behind card game Magic: the Gathering, revealed last week that one of the characters in the newest set of cards is a trans woman. Say hello to Alesha, Who Smiles at Death, the game’s first canon trans character. Show More Summary
This weekend, 400 players will gather in Washington D.C. to compete in Magic: The Gathering's Pro Tour for the $40,000 top prize. How do you get to the Pro Tour, and what is it like preparing for the most high-stakes Magic tournament of all? Read more...
Wizards of the Coast has revealed one of the characters in the new Magic: the Gathering - Fate Reforged set is a trans woman. Alesha, Who Smiles at Death is the very first trans woman in the game’s lore. In a story titled, “The Truth of Names,” Alesha leads her warriors into battle. Show More Summary
In the latest Magic: the Gathering expansion, Fate Reforged, the mad planeswalker Sarkhan Vol has stepped into a portal on his home plane of Tarkir, where dragons are extinct. He emerges 1,000 years in the past, in an age where dragons rule the skies. Read more...
Over the years, there have been thousands of Magic: The Gathering cards, many with their own characters and mini-stories. Only one, however, is trans, and this one is pretty darn cool. Read more...
Transistor developer Amir Rao just published an interesting breakdown of all the work that went into the game's unique "functions" system. I found the inspiration that Supergiant pulled from Magic: The Gathering particularly neat. And the fact that they deliberately eschewed "power-leveling." Read it at Gamasutra. Read more...
Card games have always been a ‘thing’ but it seems as though — in video game circles at least — card games have really become a thing over the past year or so. Plenty of that has to do with the overwhelming success of Hearthstone, but here comes a new challenger! From the creators of Magic: The Gathering no less! More »
A new trading card game from the makers of Magic: The Gathering.
A futuristic trading card game with real-time gameplay and fast-paced matches.
In December, we offered Magic: The Gathering fans a “Summer of Magic” prize pack worth $1015. The pack includes a treasure-trove of Magic: The Gathering expansion goodies that are suitable for both newcomers and established players. Read on to find out if you won! More »
A reader sits up: Woah woah woah! To the reader who wrote “now we can add baseball cards to the list of digital collectibles such as … nothing else, because people don’t collect digital goods,” I would counter with “Magic the Gathering”, a trading card game (famous enough for a recent South Park homage) with […]
If you're at all into collectable card games of any form, you likely already know who Brian Kibler. If not, he's a professional Magic the Gathering player who has won over a quarter of a million dollars in competitive play over the years. Recently, he's taken to developing his own games, most notably the digital
Attention card game fanatics! Wizards of the Coast is offering one lucky Lifehacker reader a “Summer of Magic” prize pack worth more than $1000. The prize pack includes a treasure-trove of Magic: The Gathering expansion goodies that are suitable for both newcomers and established players. Read on to find out how to enter! More »
Some exciting news from the director of comedy-horror movie The Gathering (not to be confused with Magic: The Gathering, also in pre-production) has emerged: Simon Pegg has been cast as the devil. He'll appear in the anthology film's framing device, which director Jon Keeyes describes thusly in his Fangoria interview: Read more...
When we reached the last stop on the MAX Yellow Line light rail, a large group of Magic: The Gathering pros loped off the train toward the Portland Expo Center right alongside me. Tall Paul Rietzl, with his square jaw and blonde crew...Show More Summary