Magic Untapped's articles about the Magic: The Gathering collectible card game.
Wizards of the Coast announces a new release date for its upcoming Unfinity set for Magic: The Gathering.
After Hasbro shareholders re-elect the company's entire board, investor group Alta Fox issues a statement.
Magic: The Gathering once had a set that tried to bring in beginner players into the game. And it worked! Well, somewhat.
Wizards of the Coast has hired some pretty legendary artists for Magic: The Gathering over the years. Here's one of them.
In connection with the Company’s 2022 annual meeting of shareholders, a Q&A with Hasbro CEO Chris Cocks is released.
In 1999, the Beeble invasion into Magic: The Gathering began. Within five years, though, it was so disliked that an entire creature type scale was created around it.
Magic Untapped interviews one of Magic: The Gathering's newest artists about her art, inspirations, and advice for up-and-coming artists.
In 1996, an unusual Magic: The Gathering playtest card was put in an impossible situation. And decisions had to be made.
Is it possible to purely hate a Magic card? If you ever heard of Sorrow's Path, then yes. Yes, it is.
Let's take a look at the six (five new) mechanics coming in the upcoming Magic: The Gathering set, Streets of New Capenna.
Wizards of the Coast says all items in the Secretversary 2021 Secret Lair have been delayed with one now not shipping until Autumn.