I don't know if it's just me . . . but it seems that your trying to kill VS. I know that there are problems with DC regarding the issues of original art and not wanting to pay for it . . . or something else that we don't know but what we do know is that there is a 6 month span between now and the next supposed set - and we all want to know 1 simple thing without a long drawn out answer.
Will there be a second run of MUN?
I and a few friends firmly believe that if you don't make another run then the bullet is in the chamber and you may as well kill the game. I personally hope that it doesn't happen as I really like the VS card game. Almost as much as Star Wars ( Deciphers not WOTC ).
I've also noticed that you've started putting more into WoW I don't know where you guys get your information from but WoW is almost dead in Southern California, and I don't hear much about it from anywhere else in the US from the people I speak to. And the other Marvel card game you made isn't even carried in any of the 4 store stores that are within my vicinity no one wants to carry a competing game for their own company that's just dumb.
As for Yu-Gi-Oh!, I'm sure that's still doing what it did, it has it's own following, dies and gets reborn, but still your having a hard time keeping that up as well.
Your company started as a "card company" for people ( amongst other things I'm sure ) but that was where your beginning was, then you got Yu-Gi-Oh!, then made VS, got WoW and another Marvel game, your problem as I plainly see it is that your spreading yourself INCREDIBLY thin you should really re-think your strategy for your CCGs and invest in them accordingly so that the games don't die.
In other words, drop the lame Marvel game you have, give WoW to someone else and focus on VS - I mean seriously the New York convention was a mess because you had no MUN.
Essentially, people want to play with new stuff, and you can't provide new stuff to the people, then the game will die. So I reiterate my question:
Will there be a second run? Yes or no.
Thanks for reading and listening,