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The starships of the Federation are crewed by the most capable people available. But, they won't get a lot done if they simply stay on the ship all day. Nope, someone's going to have to go planetside and see what's up. And that's just what you'll be doing with your new Star Trek HeroClix Away Team figures. You can pick up these characters from the Next Generation series now.

Let's get ready to... not finish that phrase or I'd have to possibly pay a large sum of money.

Anyway, for those of you WWE fans out there that want to bring your larger-than-life wrestlers onto your tabletop, you'll want to look no further than the WWE Mixed Match Challenge starter set that WizKids is coming out with. It's everything you need to get playing, with four wrestlers, tokens, rules, and a ring in which all the slammin' action can take place.

Can you smeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeellllllllll what's on Mick Foley's hand? Probably. It's a sock after all, and I don't know how often he washes that thing.

If you're looking to get into HeroClix with the new WWE set, WizKids has a perfect place to do so. They've announced their The Rock 'n' Sock Connection Starter Set with some of the WWE's most iconic characters ready to hit the mat.

Hands up everyone who used to watch the X-Men Animated Series. *raises hand* Yeah, it was a pretty sweet cartoon. And who can forget that blasting guitar intro? Anyway, if you want a bit of nostalgia and also to add to your HeroClix collection, you should check out the Marvel HeroClix: X-Men the Animated Series, The Dark Phoenix Saga (full names are fun!). This new set is available now.

Ooooh yeah! It's time to once more look at the upcoming WWE HeroClix set that WizKids is producing. These high-flying performers have some really wild moves, and translating all of that action to the tabletop is of the highest priority. It's with that in mind that WizKids is showing off their Advanced New Standard Powers that will be showing up on the figures. Check it out and make sure you've got everything planned out right.

The logistics behind getting gaming products out to you, the populace, are huge and complicated. And try as they might, sometimes things don't go as planned. Any small hiccup along the way can cause a change in when product is available. So, with that in mind, WizKids is sad to say that they are pushing back the release of the Marvel HeroClix: X-Men the Animated Series, the Dark Phoenix Saga set until the end of the month.

The WWE is slamming its way into HeroClix. Do a double-flip off the top turnbuckle and pin your opponents. With the new slew of wrestlers making their way to the ring, the game is getting some new Standard Powers to represent the high-flying action. In this article, we get a look at them for veterans and new gamers alike to see what's coming.

The X-Men have been in just about every form of media. Of course, there's the comic books, but there's also movies and, in this instance, TV shows. Raise your hand if you watched the X-Men cartoon. *raises hand and sees most others do it, too* That's what I thought. Well, there's some new figures for HeroClix coming based on that beloved show.

HeroClix is for heroes of all types. It's not just Marvel and DC that get to have figures. In its upcoming set, WizKids is creating figures based on famous WWE wrestlers. They've posted up a preview of the first two, AJ Punk and Eddie Guerrero. Have yourself a look.

For a team, the X-Men never seemed to get along that well. At least, Wolverine and Cyclops certainly never got along. And in the upcoming 3-month long storyline event, Wolverine vs. Cyclops: X-Men Regenesis, that all comes to a head. This new HeroClix event is being previewed now over on WizKids' site.

Many of you have seen Endgame and seen what the movie studios are doing for the Infinity War. Well, what about recreating that on your own tabletop? That's what you'll get to do with the upcoming HeroClix set, and we get a look at some of the figures you'll be finding in this preview.

So, I think I heard something about a new Avengers moving coming out at some point. I've not really looked into it. But, overall, people seem to be pretty jazzed about it. After you're done at the movie theater, you'll soon be able to add more Marvel superheroes to your HeroClix games, as there's a new set coming out soon called Avengers Black Panther and the Illuminati.

The next set for HeroClix is now available. If you're wanting to get some super punching action on, you can now pick up sets of the DC Universe Rebirth set. Full of iconic heroes and villains, including alternate versions of them that you might not readily recognize, you can add them to your collection.

The DC Universe has been blasted apart and put back together several times. In this most recent incarnation, it's being called DC Universe Rebirth, and there's a new HeroClix set coming out celebrating it. WizKids has started with the previews of this new set that you can check out.

When the new set of figures hits the streets, everyone wants to be the first to get them. So, when given an opportunity to get those figures up to two weeks early, it's a good idea to figure out just how you can go about doing that. In this instance, it's the pre-release events that WizKids will be holding for the DC Rebirth set for HeroClix.

The Orville is Star Trek without the Star Trek. Seth MacFarlane's sci-fi TV show is a tongue-in-cheek love letter to all things Trek. Soon, you'll be able to add these characters to your tabletops in HeroClix. WizKids has announced a licensing partnership where they'll be bringing you sets based on the show.

A new Marvel movie is about to hit screens. Along with it, WizKids is giving you a new HeroClix set based on it. Captain Marvel is ready to kick the Skrull's shape-shifting butts, and you can do that on your tabletops soon, too. Take a look at the figures that'll be coming.

Later this month, the latest HeroClix set will hit store shelves. As usual, WizKids is posting previews so you can know what you'll be getting into. They've got a whole bunch posted on their website for you to check out. Have yourself a look-see.

WizKids is bringing you more HeroClix action with their new Marvel Strike Teams game. Grab your favorite heroes and vallians and compete in a set of new scenarios. And, because they know you love expansions so much, the Marvel Strike Teams: Avengers Initiative expansion is also available now.

I actually watched Thor: Ragnarok last weekend. First Marvel movie I've seen since Iron Man 3. It was a pretty good flick. And, of course, if you're more interested in Marvel stuff than I am, you might be a HeroClix player. And if you're a HeroClix player, then you'll want to know that Secret Wars: Battleworld is now available.

Are you ready to rumbleeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee?!?

Well, if you're not, you might want to get your readiness to rumble up to speed. The WWE and WizKids have announced a new partnership agreement that includes their integration into current WizKids lines as well as all-new tabletop products.

WizKids has announced Marvel Strike Teams, a new HeroClix game. Instead of having just your own team you build and fight against your opponent, this is a one-vs-many game with one player in charge of the forces of evil and their nefarious plans, while the other players are in charge of the titular Strike Teams.
A new set is in the works for HeroClix. For this one, they head to one of the most iconic characters and the school they founded. Xavier's School for the Gifted gives mutants a place to learn about their powers in a safe environment (well, safe when it's not being attacked by supervillains, anyway). It's also the home base for the X-Men. Get a look at some of the characters that'll be coming in the set with this preview.
Usually, when you're seeing Star Trek announcements form WizKids, it's about Attack Wing. But, in this case, it's HeroClix. Yes, the original crew has been miniaturized and is making their way onto your HeroClix boards. You can pick up Kirk, Spock, McCoy Uhura, and all the others now.
My current playlist I'm listening to (and have been for a couple weeks now) includes songs like Misfits - Halloween, Ministry - Everyday is Halloween, and The Cramps - Naked Girl Falling Down the Stairs (because if you're gonna write a song, write a damn song!). As you can tell from at least 2 out of those 3, I'm a fan of this time of year. Some people think it's too early for that stuff. But I certainly don't. And I think WizKids would agree, since they've just released their HeroClix: Undead set.