David explores the implications of April’s metagame data, fleshing out the state of Cascade Crashers, the dangers of Amulet Titan, and the likelihood of bans.
David explains the latest Modern metagame update: what do the numbers mean for tournament prep and budgeting? And which card offers players its own market game?
Joe aka “Beardy” talks about the money-saving potential of buying cards on eBay and also how to avoid some potential issues.
Hinata, Dawn-Crowned is looking to be a fun build-around commander, and one that pairs well with a host of older bulk-bin rares. David highlights the top specs.
Boseiju will rock Modern. But what’s its dream home? Jordan’s promising new frankendeck recruits an unlikely artifact that may outmode longtime Modern staples.
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?
Beardy shows you how to purchase piles of cards for very little money and some of the major advantages of collection buying.
As the pandemic drags on, David discusses what small businesses can be doing to keep the cash flowing, and the lights on.
Art is an essential part of Magic: The Gathering. This week Paul looks at the history and collectability of Magic’s original artwork.
Returning from a well-deserved vacation, Sig takes a wider look at the Magic finance landscape, examining Modern Horizons 2, Reserved List staples, and more.
David examines Beledros Witherbloom, the new Golgari Elder Dragon from Strixhaven, with a focus on Commander.
David examines the recent movement in Reserved List rares, and outlines the telltale signs of a bubble about to pop.
David revisits an old article on Card Evaluation, Reserved List buyouts, and FOMO, and reminds us of some of the basics to adhere to when picking specs.