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DC Comics Deck Building Game: Teen Titans and Crossover Pack #2: Arrow: The Television Series, Out Now!

DC Deck-Building Teen TitansCryptozoic Entertainment, under license with Warner Bros. Consumer Products on behalf of DC Entertainment, has released both the DC Comics Deck Building Game: Teen Titans as well as Crossover Pack #2: Arrow: The Television Series.

Each release adds complexity and changes up the game, something I’ve enjoyed about it. The DC Comics Deck-Building Game Crossover Pack #1: JSA sold out the first print run in a week, necessitating a second print run, due for release late July.

DC Comics Deck-building Game Crossover Pack #2 Arrow The Television SeriesThe newest standalone release within the DC Deck-Building game line, the Teen Titans edition is fully compatible with all previous releases of the product line. Play as youthful heroes coming up in the ranks. Cards include Raven, Beast Boy, Wonder Girl, Red Robin and more. The new focus of the set revolves around Ongoing abilities: these cards stay in play until they are needed. Every time an Ongoing card is put into play, it provides an extra card to utilize on a future turn.

  • Number of Players: 2-5
  • For Ages: 15+
  • Playing Time: 30-45 minutes
  • Retail Price: $40
  • Compatible with previous DC Deck-Building Games
  • Card combos, strategy, fan-favorite heroes and villains all work together to create a unique deck-building experience
  • Engaging card art from the DC Comics universe

The DC Comics Deck-building Game Crossover Pack #2: Arrow: The Television Series provides a true “crossover” where characters from the popular television series can be played with any DC Comics Deck-building Game! This series offers the first appearance of character images taken from the hit television series from Warner Bros. Television and The CW, Arrow. Also featured are favorite characters from the show, including The Arrow, Diggle and Felicity.

Both DC Comics Deck Building Games are now available for purchase at retail stores. The DC Comics Deck-Building Game Crossover Pack #1: JSA will be back in stock in late July. Retail price for Crossover packs is $10.




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First Look at Cryptozoic’s Justice Society of America Crossover Pack 1

PIC_6892Cryptozoic has been on a role lately with their releases for their DC Deck-Building Game. In the last few months they released a new “volume” with Forever Evil, a two player version featuring Batman and the Joker, as well as a brand new Crisis Pack that compliments their second release Heroes Unite. Their next release adds a new expansion option for the game. The first Crossover Pack focuses on DC Comic’s Justice Society of America, featuring heroes, villains, equipment, and locations all a part of the history of the classic DC team.

The release features 7 oversized JSA Super Heroes, 8 Super-Villains, 10 main deck cards, and 1 rule card that explains how to use the cards as well as some errata to better clear up the cards. It’s a way to breathe new life into games, with the addition of a few cards. You’re encouraged to mix up the cards which helps change the games in mere seconds and adds new strategies and ways to play.

The new Super Hero cards don’t really have a theme to them. A few deal with “Punch” cards, but generally mixes things up, unlike the last Crisis Pack which went heavy on different game play using colors.

The equipment, heroes, super power, and location cards again don’t really have much of a unifying theme for gameplay. They vary greatly in the aspects they bring to the game. Again, a couple have to do with “Punch” cards, but it’s not enough to say this is a theme of gameplay.

The villains too vary in what they bring to the game, and the super-villains range in cost 8 to 15 to defeat.

All the cards together don’t seem to have one gameplay theme like we’ve seen in the past, instead each card enhances a certain aspect of the game, like the starting cards, or “Punch.”

Overall, the addition is welcome, not just adding some classic characters, but helping changing up the game even more. It’s a simple way to add more flavor and change the gameplay without releasing a much more involved Crisis release or new version. I can’t wait to see what Cryptozoic does next with this new addition to their release schedule. The Justice Society of America Crossover Pack will be released later this March.

Check out below for a full list of cards. You’ll need to highlight the Super-Villains to see who is included (didn’t want to spoil that for everyone).


  • Stargirl
  • Power Girl
  • Doctor Fate
  • Alan Scott
  • Jay Garrick
  • Wildcat
  • Mister Terrific


  • T-Spheres
  • The Hourglass


  • Liberty Belle
  • Dr. Mid-Nite
  • Citizen Steel


  • Monument Point

Super Power

  • Girl Power
  • Mystic Bolts


  • Scythe
  • Per Degation


  • Solomon Grundy
  • Mordru the Merciless
  • Icicle
  • Kobra
  • Ultra-Humanite
  • Gentleman Ghost
  • Eclipso
  • Gog




Cryptozoic provided Graphic Policy with a FREE copy for review