Welcome back to the third installment of our The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies fine art previews!
Here are a few events we here at Cryptozoic are thankful for.
Welcome back to the second preview for The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies fine art card previews!
We are ecstatic to finally present hand-drawn fine art card previews for the final installment of The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies. During the upcoming weeks, we will present the artists that participated and a small selection of what will be included in the set.
Today we'll share which licenses us here at Cryptozoic are most thankful for.
It's November which means it's close to Thanksgiving, so we wanted to take the time and let you know what we are thankful for. This week, it's games we're thankful for!
Our last day at NYCC for 2015. We can't wait to be back!
Check out these great photos from our first day at New York Comic Con!
Game Designer Matt Hyra goes into detail about some of the cards in the new Crossover Pack for the DC Comics Deck-building Game.
What is your favorite licensed property that Cryptozoic works with? Check out some of our favorites!
Check out our list of our top 10 Favorite Cryptozoic Games!
See what popular CZE games are back in stock on the eStore!
In our final Penny Dreadful Trading Cards Season 1 blog entry, we're presenting some of the many autograph inscriptions that we think you'll want to chase.
Today, we're revealing an extra special, authentic wardrobe card.
In Part 3 of our series of Penny Dreadful blogs, we shared a few of the Authentic Memorabilia cards that'll be inserted into the hobby boxes, 1:72 packs. Today, we're revealing the Authentic Memorabilia card that will be distributed exclusively in the Penny Dreadful Trading Cards Season 1 binder; a piece of Victor Frankenstein's Anatomy book.
Our Penny Dreadful Trading Cards Season 1 contains four chase sets. We commonly create Quotable chase sets, but creating one for this set proved particularly challenging because so much of the series dialogue is poetic and quotable.
As I mentioned in the previous blog entry, the Penny Dreadful team has been very supportive of our trading card product. When we kicked off production, we communicated a few wish lists, one focused on screen-used props.
By a wide margin, the best days in the Product Development department start with deliveries. Style guides, unit photography, copy from show writers, sketch cards, wardrobe and props. It's always exciting to open the deliveries because we're never sure what's inside.