Evan Symon

Evan Symon

Evan Symon is a seasoned journalist with stops at the Cleveland Plain Dealer, Cracked, GeekNifty, Pasadena Independent, and California Globe.

A graduate of University of Akron, Symon has covered stories in Vietnam, South Africa, Namibia, Germany, North Korea, Slovakia, and Switzerland (in addition to across the U.S. as well, of course).

He enjoys content creation, baseball, politics, and gaming.  When it comes to Magic: The Gathering, he tends to lean towards Selesnya (G/W).

Longtime comic, D&D, and Magic: The Gathering artist Carl Critchlow answers some questions about his artwork and his inspirations.

Kithkin technically spent only about a year being a part of Magic: The Gathering, but it's kind of a crazy story how they even became a thing in the first place.

For a time, Magic: The Gathering cards were named for people associated with the game (in anagram form).

Magic Untapped sits down with with yet another one of Magic's legendary artists: The talented Zina Saunders.

For much of the Magic: The Gathering's history, players had no idea what one of the game's biggest villains actually looked like.

Sometimes cards are kept around because of unexpected usefulness or needing to introduce a new dynamic. And sometimes it is just about punching a bear.

In 2002, a pro player ate his hat after another player scored a major victory.

A few decades ago, a decision by small miniature company led to one of the top Wizards of the Coast executives.

Back in 2011, a small artwork change had a pretty big effect on a specific card from Innistrad.

For a few years, the U.S. military had an entire Magic: The Gathering league all to themselves.

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