Sig meets many new people at his job. How often does he bring up Magic in these meetings? More often than you think, with some lucrative & nostalgic results!
Over David S.’s 25+ years of playing this game, he has learned a lot of lessons. This follow-up celebrates the experiences and friendships that come with Magic.
This week Sig explores trading cards from the defunct publisher Inkworks. What still gives these non-game trading cards value, and how do they relate to Magic?
David S. has played Magic for 25 years, but has collected various cards for almost 30 years. Today, he shares some life lessons he’s learned along the way.
Joe aka “Beardy” explores building around color identities to craft functionally unique Commander decks, proposing ideas for mono-, five-, and four-color decks.
Before Streets of New Capenna takes center stage, Paul looks back at some Kamigawa Neon Dynasty cards he wants to be sure to have in his collection.
What do Magic and Elvis Presley have in common? Not a whole lot yet, but one day, as Magic’s player base continues to age, that could change.
The Dark may be the least valuable of the Four Horsemen sets, but it’s not for lack of flavor. Sig shares the good, the bad, and the ugly from The Dark.
Do you want to own a card from one of Magic’s oldest, most valuable sets, without spending an arm and a leg? Sig shares where to find the cheapest options.
Beardy reviews four Magic collections he purchased at the start of this year. Where did he find them? How much were they? Were they worth it?
Paul’s looking forward to a lot of things Magic-related in 2022. This week he shares his three Magic-related goals for the year.
Card Kingdom often has VG and EX ABU cards in stock, but rarely lesser expensive, G copies. This week Sig discusses why this happens, and proposes a solution.
The value of Revised is deeper than Dual Lands and Wheel of Fortune. This week Sig explores the depths of financial value within this underappreciated set.