Knights of the Slice RADICAL Trading Cards Kickstarter Campaign

Heads up! If you dig the Knights of the Slice from Toy Pizza then you’ll most definitely want to stick around for this!

From Christopher Irving and the Drawn Word comes the Knights of the Slice Radical Trading Card Kickstarter Campaign!

Knights of the Slice, the groundbreaking, premiere independent toy line that started as the mascot for the hit Toy Pizza YouTube show, gets their first fully-licensed trading card set from The Drawn Word! It’s obvious, beyond KOTS being a toy line with over 100 styles release over four years, that this really cool toy line needed its own card set!

There’s even a chance to get some seriously heavy cards in the Metal Pizza level, which include a reveal of an all-new upcoming Knight of the Slice action figure from the Vector itself.

Drawn Word Knights of the Slice Card Set Kickstarter - Surveillance port (1)

The funding for this limited set is only $1,000. Once this baby hits $1,750, you’re going to see some really serious stuff.

The RADICAL cards get upgraded from cool to bodacious with a custom foil pack, just like in the ’90s! The more money we raise, the more cool stuff gets unlocked–including pogs, foil effects, and more. All the bonus cards are strictly for Kickstarter backers only, and will be printed in an extremely limited print run.

Drawn Word Knights of the Slice Card Set Kickstarter - Surveillance port (2)

If you’re a Squire-of-the-Slice you’ll want to join us below, and snatch these cards before the time is up!

You can get in on the campaign here: Knights of the Slice RADICAL Trading Cards

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