WOTC must have had success with their crossover Magic cards from The Walking Dead, Godzilla, and My Little Pony franchises, because we’re about to get a lot more! This week, Sig speculates on the long term financial impact of these crossovers.
This week, Sig takes a brief break from covering all the Reserved List commotion to focus on the basics: mana-fixing lands in Standard. He covers Temples, Triomes, and Pathways and shares his outlook on each group.
At the recent Hasbro Investor Event, it was revealed that Wizards is becoming a whole new division of Hasbro and launching a new initiative called Universes Beyond that will see Magic crossing over with other IPs such as Warhammer 40,000 and The Lord of the Rings.
Kaldheim introduces a new Giant Izzet commander with Aegar, the Freezing Flame. David outlines why this new general is a prime opportunity for speculating red spells that deal excess damage, and more.
Kaldheim spoiler season is here and the Quiet Speculation team is hyped! Joe takes a look at the highlights from each day of spoilers and helps you prepare for release day.
Kaldheim has renewed interest in more than just Snow. Today Adam breaks down its impact on the Giant tribe.
In his latest article, David asks the question, why is it important to track your sales data? David breaks down his methodology for interpreting his sales data, with a focus on sales by format, expenses, and year-to-year comparison.
David offers his final look at Commander Legends, focusing on what he feels the most important extended art commons are.
What started as an activity to lift Sig’s spirits this holiday season has evolved into a valuable lesson in MTG finance. This week he shares four valuable takeaways from his MTG advent calendar as he passes the halfway point.
In the next part of his Sifting for Specs series, David sets his sights on Ice Age for potential wins in picking bulk.
COVID-19 has certainly taken its toll on the MTG economy. This week Sig examines pricing trends over the past 8 months and attempts to predict what may happen once the pandemic ends and in-person paper events can once again take place.
When you think of the “Four Horsemen” sets, cards from Arabian Nights, Legends, and Antiquities readily come to mind. But lately, Reserved List and other cards from The Dark have been on the rise. This week Sig highlights this recent trend.
Nearly two months have passed since the release of Zendikar Rising, but Adam feels there are still cards that are undervalued in the marketplace.