Poison is back in Phyrexia: All Will Be One! This week Sig dives into the history of this ability and highlights past cards that are worth having on your radar.
Sig is feeling a bit apathetic towards Magic to begin 2023; inspiration is running low. Don’t fret, though, as he’s been through this cycle many times before.
It’s a new year for reprints, starting with Dominaria Remastered. Is it possible to predict the impact and price of reprints? Sig shares three key factors.
Not long ago, it seemed everyone was clamoring for cheaper Magic cards. They’re here, but everyone isn’t thrilled? This week Sig investigates this trend.
In honor of the festive holiday season, Sig creates a mini-trivia game of sorts in this week’s article. Can you guess the unique cards based on the clues?
Sig’s newest investment strategy involves Magic sealed product—namely, booster boxes. Are bundles and fat packs also worth considering? Sig investigates.
His timing isn’t perfect, but Sig feels ready to finally cut back on his collection. This week he shares the four main reasons for this decision.
What was it like learning Magic back in 1997? This week Sig shares fond memories and brings them to 2022 by cracking sealed Mirage and 5th Edition starters.
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?
After swearing off sealed product years ago, Sig once again dips his toes into this space for its investment potential. He shares four reasons why he changed his tune.
In honor of Unfinity spoilers, Sig examines previous Un-sets to explore what makes them so valuable. He looks for trends that may carry through in the new set.
Given Sig’s interest in Magic’s earliest sets, it’s no surprise that he’s excited about the recent Lost Legends announcement. But what exactly does it entail?
With the strengthening US dollar, Sig sees more arbitrage opportunities ahead. He shares some sites that should be on your radar when shopping overseas.