Cards Against Humanity is considered a "party game for horrible people" - combining the gameplay of Apples to Apples with Mad Libs, where every card is the Adolf Hitler or Hellen Keller card. What began as a Kickstarter project has exploded into four official expansions and countless other card sets - enough that they were able to sell what amounted to literally being just a box with their logo on it so people could store all of their cards. If those cards aren't enough, though, the game is licensed under Creative Commons, and anyone can make expansions for it. That's what Jon Bressler and his team at Conventional Improv did to great success. What began as a panel for conventions turned viral when a Doctor Who themed expansion was noticed by a large site, and now they're back to take on Pokemon. I chatted with Jon Bressler about today's release of Cards Against Kanto, his past successes, and the future of Conventional Improv.