While the quest for The One Ring may be over, Sig doesn’t believe that means a death knell is merited for Tales of Middle Earth collector boosters just yet.
This week David S. looks at the values of the current Standard sets. Do any have sealed product worth picking up, or is cracking packs a losing proposition?
Beardy’s testing has revealed which Commander Clash: March of the Machine decks triumph over the rest, and the ingredients needed to maximize them.
This week Sig examines the impact of the new Standard rotation schedule on booster box prices. He is optimistic recent upward price trends may continue.
From Cute to Brute has arrived on time, but does it fill the shoes of its predecessor? Joe aka “Beardy” assesses the deck’s playability and value.
Sig’s newest investment strategy involves Magic sealed product—namely, booster boxes. Are bundles and fat packs also worth considering? Sig investigates.
This week Joe aka “Beardy” reviews the new Brothers’ War Commander decks and settles the age-old debate about who is stronger: Urza or Mishra?
Joe aka “Beardy” takes a look at the deck lists for the new starter Commander decks. Are these really for new players, or a lucrative investment opportunity?
30th Anniversary will upend Commander as we know it. Or it won’t because it already kind of existed. Beardy explains why it might just not be worth the worry.
Joe aka “Beardy” examines the kinds of fatigue players experience from too many new sets and shares tried-and-true methods for maintaining that Magic spark!
Have you ever had store credit to a site like SCG or CK but didn’t have anything to spend it on? Sig shares some less common, creative ideas to consider.
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.
A sales post for Mirage starters transported Sig back in time. What do picnic table battles in the ’90s have to do with Magic today? More than you’d realize.