A sales post for Mirage starters transported Sig back in time. What do picnic table battles in the ’90s have to do with Magic today? More than you’d realize.
Did you know there are other options outside TCGplayer for purchasing damaged cards? Sig shares some recent observations in this space.
Sig shares some cards he has come across over the years that are signed by someone other than the original artist. How do they affect the value of the cards?
With the return of paper Pro Tour Magic, Sig looks at the Standard metagame and highlights some solid picks.
Sig shares a few signals he’s recently observed of weakness in the Magic market.
Has anyone else noticed how older booster box prices are through the roof? Why is that?
After receiving a Twitter question about Collectors’ Edition, Sig shares his most recent take on the set.
Sig looks through Magic’s history for some of the earliest, most powerful trampling creatures.
The return of CommandFests motivated Sig to reexamine his Commander decks–he shares some of his favorite whimsical inclusions.
Sig examines some older cards that spiked recently despite their absence from the Reserved List. What’s driving the uptick in prices?
With the new Secret Lair printing of Concordant Crossroads, Sig looks at a selection of Enchant Worlds from Magic’s past.
Sig shares three tips when considering speculation on the new OP announcement.
Last weekend Sig opened 3 rares in the same booster pack. Since when were rares so… common?