Bans have brought uncertainty to the Standard metagame, but the first tournaments have brought some clarity and some appealing speculation targets.
Chris examines the release schedules of recent sets and turns a critical eye toward the increasingly short time gaps between the hype cycles of War of the Spark, Modern Horizons, and the upcoming Core 2020.
Kyle breaks down the pending updates for Magic Online and what the player experience will look like going forward.
Last week Hasbro’s stock skyrocketed after reporting quarterly earnings. Magic is referenced numerous times throughout. This week Sig digs into the documents, summarizing Magic’s performance as mentioned in the reports.
As of Sunday morning, prices really hadn’t reacted to MC Cleveland at all. Is Standard speculation dead? This week Sig investigates, offering some alternate options to park your Magic money.
Monday’s MTGO announcement suggests great things ahead for the program in 2019. Adam breaks down what it all means, including how the market is already reacting.
MTG Arena has been getting a lot of attention of late. Brian asks what the future of the online Magic landscape holds—and how that should inform our financial decisions.
Magic Arena is here, but Magic Online (MTGO) still has a lot to offer. Adam breaks it down for us.
Magic Arena is the future of Magic, but Adam argues that the growth of the digital game means great things for the paper market as well.
As MTG Arena hits its next benchmark, the future of Magic Online is unclear. Alexander explains why he believes the new platform will eventually replace the old one entirely.