Cryptozoic Entertainment today announced that it will preview upcoming products in all categories at Toy Fair New York.
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Cryptozoic Entertainment announced that it will sell ten exclusive vinyl figures, several convention-exclusive trading cards, and Rick and Morty: The Pickle Rick Game for the first time anywhere at Booth #115 at San Diego Comic-Con 2018, July 19-22 at the San Diego Convention Center.
It’s been a while since I’ve heard anything coming from Cryptozoic and its DC Deck-Building Game, but ahead of Toy Fair, the game company has announced two expansions – one featuring the Teen Titans, and another exploring the Rebirth event.
Cryptozoic Entertainment has announced the release of the sixth expansion to the popular DC Deck-Building Game featuring the Birds of Prey.
Cyrptozoic Entertainment has announced the next crossover pack for the popular DC Deck-Building Game. The Rogues are coming!
Cryptozoic has announced two new tabletop games based on the Rick and Morty animated series are being prepped for 2017 releases.
If you haven’t played the DC Deck-Building Game, it is actually quite a bit of fun and worth checking out. Over the years, there have been a number of expansions for the game including Arrow, Legion of Super-Heroes, and Watchmen. Now Cryptozoic Entertainment is bringing The Rogues to the game.
Cryptozoic has unveiled the Mighty Meeples: DC Comics Series 1 line of figure to compliment your next board game session.
Cryptozoic Entertainment announced it will be at the New York Comic Con next week, and has a number of new products for your game table, game room, Nerd Room of Doom, and more!
Remember the classic Batman: Animated Series episode, Almost Got ‘Im? Cryptozoic Entertainment is taking the concept of villains playing poker with Batman in disguise and turning it into a full fledged card game.
Sometimes it is fun to be evil, like when you are playing DC Comics Deck-Building Game: Forever Evil from Cryptozoic Entertainment!
While I love Munchkin from Steve Jackson Games, I’m also a big fan of the company’s games that take a few minutes to play and are a lot of fun. And, some of you may have guessed, I’m a big fan of Batman: The Animated Series as well. So you can imagine how excited I am over the announcement that Steve Jackson Games and Cryptozoic Entertainment have teamed for a Batman: The Animated Series Dice Game.