Magic artwork has a way of bringing people back after years away, hooking us at the most unexpected time. In their debut article on OMA, Coda shares their journey with Magic and Magic artwork through the years!
Does the New Hotness from Commander Masters have an artistic edge over the Classic Genius it seeks to improve upon? These crucial questions will be answered as we dive headlong into the Reprint Rumble:Commander MastersEdition!
Commander Mastersis here! Most people are excited for the new cards, new mechanics, new lore. However, I am most excited for the new artwork! I love seeing the different interpretations of the characters and creatures from the game...
I've covered much of the basics of the original Magic art market, but there is one more aspect of art shopping I wanted to discuss this week before unleashing prospective buyers into the market: the different ways artwork is sold.
As a devoted player, you are already aware that the pleasure of discovering new cards goes beyond the excitement of winning battles. The true magic lies in the combination of stunning artwork and the mechanics of each card.
Where do you go to purchase a piece of Magic original art? It's a question with a lot of answers, and today Sigmund highlights some of the best places to pick up your first piece of original Magic art!
We're diving into the Magic cards from the second book in the series, The Two Towers! There’s a lot of great material to work with here, from the many adventures of Frodo and Sam, to what is largely considered the most iconic battle in all of fantasy. It's Reprint Rumble time!
If Magic art wasn’t so powerful and elaborate, I may not have stuck with the game for so many years. It was always there as I enjoyed the game, andMagic’s art had on me was more a subconscious influence, yielding an in-game aesthetic unrivaled by any other.
The meeting of Magic and Lord of the Rings in the Tales of Middle-earth has resulted in some wonderful new art, as well as some takes on classic Magic cards. Should you switch over to the new versions? Nathan weighs in the Lord of the Rings Reprint Rumble!
Lord of the Rings: Tales of Middle Earth wonderfully weaves the best of Magic artists with the classic setting of Middle Earth, and the result is some beautiful artwork and delightful easter eggs, which Izzetrix explores in detail in their debut article!