Magic The Gathering The Musical by Zombie Cat Productions is a funny and irreverent musical about puppets trying to beat one another in a Magic: The Gathering tournament. It was successfully crowdfunded in 2012, and was recently released online to promote Zombie Cat Productions’ next project, Pepper’s Place. Jake, a teenager who lives to play [...]
If you ever collected Magic: The Gathering cards, you might want to take a look and see if you have the Black Lotus card. One copy of it, rated 9.5 out of 10 by Beckett Grading Services, recently sold for $27,302 on eBay.... Read Full Post
Still have some time before your turkey is done cooking? Then bust out your comfiest ornithopter and watch Zombie Cat Productions' brilliant, hysterical Magic: The Gathering musical. It's 27 minutes of puppets, profanity, and Mana pools. Read more...
Last July, [GAS] told you about a short film project — with puppets — entitled Magic the Gathering: The Musical. Both Kickstarter and IndieGogo campaigns were successful, and now, the movie is finally available to view on YouTube! (CONTAINS LANGUAGE) [Zombie Cat Productions / Source: YouTube]
Although there's no Mana cost to play the coveted Black Lotus, it'll cost you a pretty penny to own in real life.
Magic: the Gathering's legendary casual format, Commander, got a huge boost this month with the release of five new decks full of multiplayer shenanigans. This guide to Commander will help you get started and find the right deck to destroy your friends in the most horribly fun way possible. Read more...
Last night, we took a trip down 90s nostalgia lane in a bad way, as we all said our sorrowful goodbyes to any new versions of Winamp, thanks to the company closing its doors next month. So to lighten the 90s mood, let’s talk about one of the most celebrated and cherished card games ever created, Magic: The Gathering, which is still alive and well today.
Magic: The Gathering has been my collectible card game poison for a little over three years, ever since I was stuck playing someone else’s deck during a casual gaming session — the desire to construct my own stack of cardboard death-dealing was too powerful to ignore. Show More Summary
The beauty of trading card games, such as Pokemon and Magic: The Gathering, is that they were portable sources of entertainment where you could put a deck in your pocket and play with your friends anywhere and anytime. Oddly enough Blizzard’s...Show More Summary
Yes, the world of Jane Austen's novels is getting its first role-playing game and let me explain to you why it's going to rock your world. It's called Ever Jane, and it takes the strategy of games like Magic: The Gathering and the social interactions of games like Diplomacy and adds it to the world of polite society in Regency England. Read more...
We are in the midst of a nationwide search for a single magic bullet in education. But the more evidence that is gathered, the more obvious it becomes that no such single magic bullet exists. That said, a new study (abstract; PDF) on school size -- not class size, but school size -- is worth a look. Show More Summary
To peruse Allie Brosh's crudely drawn comics, one would never guess she is a perfectionist. But the lack of sophistication is deliberate. When she's not caring for rescued rats or playing Magic: The Gathering—"I'm a huge dork"—the 28-year-old...Show More Summary
“Oh, you could throw a business card? You could do maybe a Uno? Could You Throw a ‘Magic: the Gathering‘ card?” Comedian Pete Holmes has created a new sketch comedy titled “Ex-Men: Gambit.” It follows Professor X, leader and founder of the X-Men, as he insults Gambit and his mutant abilities. After tearing Gambit down, […]
Two wizards face off on a battlefield, summoning monsters, casting spells, wielding artifacts. The action isn't on a screen; it's mostly in the players' minds. They try to outwit each other by tossing down cards that signify combinations of powers and strategies. Show More Summary
Have you been playing the free-to-play strategy game Magic: The Gathering - Tactics? If so, you don't have long to continue, as Sony Online Entertainment and Wizards of the Coast have decided to "sunset" the game on March 28, 2014. That's...Show More Summary
Like every other artist on planet Earth, Tyler Jacobson has worked on the gorgeous mobile card game Legend of the Cryptids. He's also done stuff for Magic: The Gathering, Dungeons & Dragons and advertising clients like Toyota. Read more...
Sony Online Entertainment will be shutting down the servers for online turn-based strategy game Magic: The Gathering - Tactics on March 28, 2014, according to an announcement made on the game's official forums. "Today we are announcing...Show More Summary
Magic: The Gathering—Tactics will be taken offline on March 28, says Sony Online Entertainment. Card packs for the game, which launched in 2011, will no longer be available after Nov. 18. There's more about the shutdown in this FAQ. Read more...
There’s a certain magic that comes with attending an exclusive, invite-only art salon. A crowd of important people who are probably filthy rich gather in a glittery room punctuated with random works of art. Champagne is served, a curator describes the pieces, and the artist jumps in to add his two cents. We laugh, we ask questions, we share our...
It's hardly a shock to hear that Hearthstone: Heroes of Warcraft will put you in mind of Magic: The Gathering, but perhaps more surprising is the sheer extent to which it will make you think about PopCap games, too. Blizzard's latest is virtual card battling at its most physical and also its most ingratiating. Show More Summary