Future gains are what drive us to invest in a given card, but our predictions can’t always be correct. David revisits a familiar topic and discusses the importance of maintaining realistic expectations.
Wizards has been using Secret Lairs to get pretty experimental with their card designs, and with the upcoming release of Our Show Is On Friday, Can You Make It? Joe decided to sit down and find out if there’s value to be had in Magic cards that don’t really look like Magic cards.
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.
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.
2020 was one heck of a rough year, and many people’s hobbies suffered in the face of the Pandemic. Joe looks ahead to 2021 and regaining control of his MTG Finance hobby with several MTG Finance New Year’s Resolutions.
Chroberry and MTGJoeD discuss the new Standard meta, Commander Legends updates, Secret Lair analysis, and more!
David breaks down an Insider’s experience with buying and selling the Secret Lair Summer Drop, focusing on the costs associated and whether or not it was worth the risk.
In an exciting Monday jam-packed full of announcements, Joe breaks down the new Banned and Restricted announcement and the first spoilers of Secret Lair: The Walking Dead.
David does a deep dive on Secret Lair series, with a focus how these reprints have affected overall prices of the reprinted cards.