Commander Collection: Black is Wizards of the Coast's second Commander boxed set releasing on January 28th, 2022. The release of Commander Collection: Black is timely as Magic: The Gathering’s Commander format saw incredible growth throughout the pandemic. Commander Collection: Black contains 8 black reprints with alternate artwork, as well as a new 1/1 black Snake creature token with deathtouch.
In my latest TCGplayer Infinite article, Should You Buy Commander Collection: Black?, I take a deeper look at each card inclusion and the overall value of the boxed set in non-foil and foil. Some players may opt to purchase singles of Toxic Deluge or Ophiomancer rather than purchasing the sealed product. If you have any interest in purchasing Commander Collection: Black, this article is for you.
Kamigawa: Neon Dynasty is Magic: The Gathering's first Standard set release in 2022. Neon Dynasty returns to the plane of Kamigawa, albeit 2,000 years in the future. Players that wished for WOTC to bring Ninjas and Samurai back to Standard will be in for a treat.
Along with bringing back Ninja and Samurai tribal cards, Neon Dyntasy is a fine opportunity to reprint popular cards from the original Kamigawa block. In my article, 10 Reprints We Want From Kamigawa: Neon Dynasty, I share 10 cards that players are hoping to become legal again in Standard. Did your favorite card from the Kamigawa block make the list?
The color green in Magic: The Gathering is probably best known for mana acceleration, +1/+1 counters, and large creatures. Green is also capable of destroying artifacts and enhancements, regeneration, card draw, and mana fixing. When it comes to Commander, Green is utilized in multiple deck themes including tribal creatures and landfall.
In my article, 10 Green Commander Cards You Should Be Playing, I highlight 10 non-staple green cards that you should try playing in Commander. Cards like Elemental Bond and Shared Summons can play critical roles in decks as sources of card draw or combo enablers. If green is a color you enjoy playing in Commander, you will want to read this article.
Wizards of the Coast's 2022 scheduled set releases for Magic: The Gathering are a mix of old and new. MTG returns to Kamigawa and Dominaria, along with venturing into the Streets of New Capenna and Unfinity. The Brothers War is a throwback to one of MTG's oldest storylines.
With each new set release in 2022, there are bound to be some existing MTG cards that will increase in price due to synergizes. In my article, 5 Types of MTG Cards That Will Be Worth More in 2022, I highlight specific groups of cards that have the potential to increase in price this year. Select Ninja and Samurai cards such as Kentaro, the Smiling Cat and Higure, the Still Wind already spiked in price prior to Kamigawa: Neon Dynasty's spoiler season. Check out the article to find out what other cards may double or triple in price in 2022.
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