Magic Untapped's articles about the Magic: The Gathering collectible card game.

Back in 1994, Legends nearly introduced a handful of real-life people and characters with cards of their own. One actually made it to print.

In the mid-1990s, playing Magic: The Gathering was a bit of a gamble (literally).

Out of all the MTG rarities, there is only one that is truly special.

Hasbro, parent company of Magic: The Gathering maker Wizards of the Coast, unveils plans for a global price hike.

In 2017, Aether Revolt nearly had a very unique type of counter.

Digitally-exclusive Magic: The Gathering cards are coming to Arena, but it isn't the first time WotC has done it.

Wizards of the Coast has suspended the card Brainstorm in Magic: The Gathering - Arena's Historic format.

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).

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