Magazines & Collectables @ Wizard Workshop
MAGAZINES: Magazines are good way of finding out more about your hobby, or to find interesting articles to help you develop your skills.
Here at Wizard we stock mainly OOP (out of print) magazines in a very good or good condition.
ASSEMBLED & PAINTED: Wizard has a collection of models from different gaming platforms that have been assembled and painted in house or from local painters.
YUGIOH CARDS: The game was launched by Konami in 1999. It was named the top selling trading card game in the world by Guinness World Records on July 7, 2009, having sold over 22 billion cards worldwide.
COMICS: The history of comics has followed different paths in different parts of the world, Panels are often accompanied by brief descriptive prose and written narrative, usually dialog contained in word balloons emblematic of the comics art form
M.T.G. Cards: It was created by Richard Garfield. First published in 1993 by Wizards of the Coast, Magic was the first trading card game produced and it continues to thrive, with approximately twenty million players as of 2015.
GAMES WORKSHOP: Games Workshop Group PLC (often abbreviated to GW) is a miniature wargaming company based in the United Kingdom and is the creator of both the Warhammer Fantasy and Warhammer 40,000 universes and game product lines.
BOOKS: Most historians trace the origins of the book back to the ancient Egyptians, whose papyrus scrolls looked very different from the books we’re accustomed to today. From the time they first developed a written script, around 3000 BCE (Before Common Era), a calamus, the stem of a reed sharpened to a point, or bird feathers were used for writing.
FOOTBALL CARDS: The very first football cards appeared in the late 1800s, but it was not until the mid
POKEMON CARDS: The Pokémon Trading Card Game was originally published in Japan in 1996 by Media Factory, three years later in 1999, Pokémon TCG was introduced in North America by Wizards of the Coast. In 2003, Wizards of the Coast’s license was transferred to the Pokemon Company international by Nintendo.
MARVEL CARDS: It all started in 1990 with the launch of the Marvel Universe trading cards from a company called Impel that would rebrand itself as SkyBox in 1992. That same year, Marvel Entertainment Group, Inc. purchased Fleer which then bought out Skybox in 1995. Then in 1999, Marvel sold the Fleer-Skybox brand off.