@Cryptozoic Will Offer Exclusive Collectibles and Preview Upcoming Trading Cards and Games at #WonderCon Anaheim 2018
March 16, 2018
Ravishing Red Supergirl, Golden Idol Wonder Woman, Midnight Chupacabra, Black & Gold Harley Quinn, and Metallic Blue Chun-Li Vinyl Figures to Be Sold at Cryptozoic’s Booth #1337

Lake Forest, CA – March 16, 2018 – Cryptozoic Entertainment, leading creator of board games, trading cards, and collectibles, today announced that it will sell six exclusive vinyl figures, preview upcoming trading card sets, and showcase tabletop games being released later this year at WonderCon Anaheim 2018, March 23-25 at the Anaheim Convention Center. The annual show brings together exhibitors, retailers, and fans in a celebration of comic books, films, TV, and other forms of popular culture.

At Booth #1337, Cryptozoic will sell five WonderCon-exclusive figures: Ravishing Red Supergirl, Golden Idol Wonder Woman, Midnight Chupacabra, Black & Gold Harley Quinn, and Metallic Blue Chun-Li. Those who bought the collectibles through online presales will be able to pick them up at the booth. Everyone else at the show can purchase the extremely limited figures while supplies last. In addition, Cryptozoic will sell the Caped Variant Lynda Carter as Wonder Woman figure, a Cryptozoic-exclusive that will be sold throughout the year at conventions and online directly from the company.

Trading card sets being displayed are based on Adult Swim’s popular Rick and Morty and two of the most popular Super Hero series currently on television, Supergirl and DC’s Legends of Tomorrow. Finally, Cryptozoic will show three upcoming games based on Rick and Morty, as well as several games featuring DC’s most popular characters.

“Orange County is our home and WonderCon is quickly emerging as one of the most important pop culture events of the year,” said Jamie Kiskis, VP of Marketing & Product Development at Cryptozoic Entertainment. “Since it’s our hometown, we’re pulling out all of the stops to offer our fans an unprecedented array of new releases and exclusive products. We are passionate about what we do and having the opportunity to interact with fans directly is always extremely enlightening for us.”

The exclusive vinyl figures being sold at Cryptozoic’s booth include:

Ravishing Red Supergirl: This is a variant of the popular figure from Cryptozoic’s DC Lil Bombshells line, which depicts DC’s favorite female characters in a retro style. This version of the figure sports only the color red as a nod to the character’s initial red costume in the DC Bombshells comic books, in which she fights for the Soviet Union before defecting. Each figure is stamped with the Supergirl logo on the base and is individually numbered (from 1 to 300) on the bottom. Designed by Pedro Astudillo and sculpted by Sam Greenwell, the 2.75-inch collectible comes packaged in Cryptozoic’s signature, collectible tin with a foil sticker that includes the Supergirl logo. It will be available for $25 at Cryptozoic’s booth.

Ravishing Red Supergirl
Golden Idol Wonder Woman: This is a variant of the figure from Cryptozoic’s DC TeekeezTM line, which is inspired by tiki culture and features iconic DC characters and a distinctive wood-carved aesthetic. Designed by Mark Doublin and sculpted by Stephan Ehl, this version of the figure pays tribute to Wonder Woman’s connection to the color gold, as well as the tradition of golden idols being much-sought-after items in popular culture. The 2.625-inch collectible comes packaged in Cryptozoic’s signature window box with a foil sticker marking it as exclusive. Like all DC TeekeezTM, it is stackable. It can be purchased at Cryptozoic’s booth for $20.
Midnight ChupacabraThis is a variant of the figure from Cryptozoic’s CryptkinsTM line, inspired by creatures that have been the subject of folklore and tabloid headlines for decades. Sculpted by Sam Greenwell, this version of the figure pays tribute to the creature’s nocturnal nature, the darker paint scheme echoing the darkness during his most active time of day. The 2.25-inch collectible comes packaged in Cryptozoic’s signature miniature crate with an “Exclusive Species” foil sticker. It will be sold at Cryptozoic’s booth for $10.
Black & Gold Harley Quinn: This is a variant of the figure from Cryptozoic’s DC Pumps line, featuring miniature high-heeled shoes inspired by the costumes, props, and personalities of DC’s favorite female Super Heroes and Super-Villains. This version of the figure pays homage to the black and gold dress worn by Harley Quinn in the 2016 movie Suicide Squad, as well as giving a nod to Harley’s love of the more expensive things in life, which are frequently gold-colored. The 2.25-inch collectible comes packaged in a high-fashion-style shoebox with a foil sticker marking it as exclusive. Each figure is individually numbered (from 1 to 300) on the bottom and will be sold for $15 at Cryptozoic’s booth.
Metallic Blue Chun-Li: This is a variant of the figure from the Street Fighter Lil Knockouts line, featuring fan-favorite characters from the long-running video game franchise. This version of the figure is all-blue as a tribute to the signature blue outfit usually sported by the character, the first female fighter in the series. Each figure is stamped with “30th Anniversary” on the base and is individually numbered (from 1 to 300) on the bottom. Designed by Pedro Astudillo and sculpted by Sam Greenwell, the 2.75-inch collectible comes packaged in Cryptozoic’s signature, collectible tin with a foil sticker marking the 30th anniversary of the Street Fighter series. It can be purchased for $25 at Cryptozoic’s booth.
Caped Variant Lynda Carter as Wonder Woman: This variant of the Lynda Carter as Wonder Woman figure exclusively sports a regal red, white, and blue cape that the regular version does not have. Designed by Pedro Astudillo and sculpted by Anders Ehrenborg, this 7-inch collectible pays tribute to Lynda Carter’s iconic rendition of the character in the Wonder Woman TV series, capturing both her look and spirit. The limited figure comes packaged in a display-worthy special edition window box, with each box individually numbered from 1 to 1977, the total number inspired by the recent Wonder Woman ’77 comic book series based on the 1970s TV show. The figure is available exclusively from Cryptozoic online and at various conventions—beginning with WonderCon—throughout the year for $39.99.
Cryptozoic will also preview several upcoming trading card sets based on popular TV series:

Rick and Morty Trading Cards Season 1: Recapturing all the zany, reality-altering moments from the first season of Adult Swim’s smash hit TV series Rick and Morty, this release features a 45-card Base Set, seven Chase Sets, randomly inserted Autograph and Sketch Cards, Printing Plates, and variants. Signers for the Autograph Cards include several members of the show’s voice cast. The hand-drawn Sketch Cards showcase a variety of interpretations of the characters from some of today’s hottest artists. The Chase Sets include “Characters,” “Rixty Minutes,” and “Anatomy Park,” as well as Temporary Tattoos, Scratch and Sniff, Standees, and Stickers. Cryptozoic will be giving away Promo Cards for the set at its booth during the show.

DC’s Legends of Tomorrow Trading Cards Seasons 1 & 2: Based on the first two seasons of the hit WB TV show about Rip Hunter and his motley team of heroes and villains who travel all across time, it features a 72-card Base Set, three Chase Sets, and randomly inserted Autograph and Wardrobe Cards. Signers for the Autograph Cards include stars Arthur Darvill (Rip Hunter), Caity Lotz (Sara Lance/White Canary), Brandon Routh (Ray Palmer/The Atom), Franz Drameh (Jefferson Jackson/Firestorm), and Maisie Richardson-Sellers (Amaya Jiwe/Vixen). The three Chase Sets are “Character Bios,” “Legendary Objects,” and “Icons.” Cryptozoic will be giving away Promo Cards for the set at its booth.
DC’s Legends of Tomorrow Trading Cards Seasons 1 & 2
Supergirl Trading Cards Season 1: The first set for the popular TV series about the Girl of Steel features a 72-card Base Set, three Chase Sets, randomly inserted Autograph, Wardrobe, and Prop Cards, and Redemption Cards that can be redeemed for actual props used on the show. The two redeemable full-size props were used on the show by the villainous Toyman: a Supergirl doll and the doll from the arcade. The three Chase Sets are “Character Bios,” providing descriptions of key characters; “Locations,” depicting places where key events in the first season happen; and “Cat Quotes,” featuring memorable quotations from the character Cat Grant. Promo cards for the upcoming set will be given to fans who visit Cryptozoic’s booth.
Supergirl Trading Cards Season 1
Finally, Cryptozoic will show several tabletop games based on Rick and Morty and the DC Universe:

Rick and Morty: The Pickle Rick Game: This intense 1-2 player game is based on the hugely popular “Pickle Rick” episode of Adult Swim’s Rick and Morty. One player plays as Pickle Rick as he tries to escape a heavily armed compound, while the other player takes on the roles of both the Russians and Jaguar as they try to stop him. The Pickle Rick player uses weapons cards to dole out damage and Air Vents to get out of jams as he or she tries to get to the Rooftop. The game includes both Pickle Rick and Jaguar miniatures that are moved across a dynamic board made up of tiles that are constantly being added, rotated, and flipped. Adding to the off-the-wall fun is the game’s packaging: It looks like a pickle!

Rick and Morty: The Pickle Rick Game
Rick and Morty: The Ricks Must Be Crazy Multiverse Game: In this engine-building game, 2-4 players take on the roles of Rick, Morty, Zeep, and Kyle as they introduce Power-making technology to different worlds, and then try to get that Power before their opponents. Based on the Rick and Morty episode “The Ricks Must Be Crazy,” gameplay takes place in four “’Verses” with unique attributes: the Rickverse, Microverse, Miniverse, and Teenyverse. Players spend Actions to build Power Supplies and Contraptions and move to different ’Verses. At the end of each round, Power generates from the bottom ’Verse up, and players utilize it to play One-Shot abilities, use Character Abilities, and power-up their Contraptions.
Rick and Morty: The Ricks Must Be Crazy Multiverse Game
Rick and Morty: The Rickshank Rickdemption Deck-Building Game: This 2-4 player sequel to Rick and Morty: Close Rick-Counters of the Rick Kind Deck-Building Game features a set of Council cards that cause players to vote to enact new rules, dramatic one-time effects, and other mysterious situations. Access Tokens give players votes and chances to devalue the Galactic Federation currency from 1 to 0. The game exudes off-the-wall Rick and Morty art and gameplay, even including a Szechuan Sauce card.
Art Not Final
DC Deck-Building Game: Rebirth: The latest entry in the DC Deck-Building Game series introduces Movement using eight Mighty Meeples wooden figures, including Batman, Superman, Wonder Woman, The Flash, and Aquaman. The game features both competitive and cooperative modes, offering two distinctive ways to play. In both modes, Villains do not go into a player’s deck when defeated, but instead grant a one-time Reward. In competitive play, defeated Villains give players Victory Points and then go under their Super Hero cards. They can even be used to bribe rivals for various favors.
DC Deck-Building Game: Rebirth
Art Not Final
DC Deck-Building Game: Crisis Expansion Pack 4: The latest Crisis expansion for the DC Deck-Building Game series introduces the keyword “Unity” for Ongoing cards that get better as more teammates have them in play. The pack focuses on the Teen Titans and includes six Super Heroes from the Titans, original members of the group who are now all grown up and have something to prove. Another fresh twist to gameplay comes in the form of Personal Crisis cards, which may only directly affect one character, but can still take down the whole team if players don’t work together to solve the problem.
DC Deck-Building Game: Crisis Expansion Pack 4
DC Spyfall: In this new variation on the social deduction game Spyfall, 3-8 players take on the roles of DC’s greatest Super Heroes as they have a secret meeting at an iconic location, such as the Batcave, Daily Planet, or the Fortress of Solitude. The twist is that one of them is secretly the Joker in disguise. In the intense 8-minute rounds, the non-Joker players ask questions and give answers to deduce which one of them is the Clown Prince of Crime without giving away the location, while the Joker player tries to figure out the location before his or her identity is revealed! The game offers several innovations, including Ability cards and modes in which one player is Harley Quinn and all players have Joker cards.
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About Cryptozoic
Since 2010, Cryptozoic Entertainment has been dedicated to the concept of “Fans First,” striving to develop the most creative and sought-after products for pop culture enthusiasts worldwide. As an entertainment company with a diverse portfolio of licensed and original IPs, its catalog covers a broad spectrum of tabletop games and collectibles. The passionate team at Cryptozoic aims to inspire gamers and collectors all around the globe, while bringing fans together as part of the Cryptozoic community. Visit www.cryptozoic.com for more information about product releases, events, and news.
Daniel Pickett
Daniel “Julius Marx” Pickett has been around toys his whole life. The first line he ever collected was Mego’s World’s Greatest Super Heroes line back in the 70s. He has been surrounded by collectables ever since. In 1999 he was confounded by a lack of information and news about some of his favorite toy lines he was collecting. Since he couldn’t find the information he decided to pursue it himself thinking other people might also be interested in the same news. He started writing a weekly column on the toy industry and action figure for a toy news site and in a years time he tripled the sites daily traffic with his updates, reviews and product features. He built relationships with every major toy manufacturer and many sculptors, painters and mold makers. He grew his hobby into a world wide expertise that the industry has embraced. In 2004 he teamed up with his toy buddy Jason “ToyOtter” Geyer and they created their own website www.ActionFigureInsider.com. Daniel has been quoted in both industry and mass media press outlets. Over the years Daniel and AFi have been sought out as experts in the field. Daniel was regularly featured on “Attack of the Show” on the G4 network as the primary contributor to their “Mint On Card” segment, and our front page has been linked to from USA Today’s “Pop Candy” Blog twice. Daniel’s content has also been featured on MSNBC.com, Time.com, The Wall Street Journal, The Saturday Evening Post, CNN.com, AssociatedPress.com Wired.com, Fark.com, Boing-Boing, Gizmodo.com, Ain’t It Cool News, the Official Star Wars blog, Geekologie, G4, CNet and Toy Fare magazine, among many others. He has consulted on toy lines, books, documentaries and TV shows. But all of that really just sounds snooty and “tootin’ his own horn” – the long and short of it is that Daniel loves toys and he LOVES talking about them.
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