- The Future of the Magic Show—Evan Erwin announces that the last episode of The Magic Show as we know it will be an upcoming episode featuring footage from Worlds in San Francisco. Best of luck to Evan. TMS will be greatly missed by the community.
- Graveborn—The first spoilers from the new Premium deck, Graveborn, has been released just in time for Halloween and Zombie pub crawls.
- Altered Reality Challenge #4—Trick Jarrett announces the newest challenge for alteration experts—Winter Wonderland.
Standard and Block
- 1st with Township Tokens—Justin Bonllia hit the big time with his army tokens backed up by Gavony Township. See all of TCGPlayer’s States Reports here.
- Making the Kessig Run—Josh Silvestri takes the pulse of the metagame and discusses Mono-Black Infect, Red Decks, and Wolf-Run Ramp.
- Dungrove Elder and Wolf Run Ramps—Todd Anderson on the nearly mono-green deck that’s been trampling over its opposition.
- The Villain Grows Stronger—($SCG) Patrick Chapin tracks the top dogs in the emerging format.
- Reigniting the Fire—Justin Richardson was running red hot at Champs with his retooled RDW.
- I was a Giant—Neo from 60cards discusses his updated build of Solar Flare.
- Spell Lands of the New Standard—Nassim Ketita weighs the benefits of the Innistrad lands cycles against the lone drawback, colorless mana.
- Standards Top Ten Offenders—Frank Lepore ranks Wurmcoil Engine at the top of his “most wanted” list.
- GP Santiago—PVD placed sixth with a little help from his URb sealed pool.
- Drafting GW—($SCG) When Brad Nelson drafts Innistrad he does it for all humanity.
- The Extra Dimension of Innistrad Limited—($SCG) Reid Duke goes for a stroll through the graveyard as the added element in the forty card formats.
- Discussing Innistrad Sealed—Carrie Oliver discusses the format’s bombs and the importance of holding onto your removal.
Vintage, Legacy, and Modern
- What’s New with What’s Old—Mike Flores looks at the current state of Legacy including the emergence of Scavenging Ooze.
- Pet Decks—Christopher Walton talks about some admittedly dubious decks he just can’t shake including Mono-White Control.
- Playing through the Daze—Gene Richtsmeier has six steps to effectively playing around Daze.
- Classic Metagame Report—Enderfall breaks down the shifts in the Classic metagame going back to July of this year.
Casual and Variant Formats
- Commanding Planeswalkers—Jeremy Blair considers Commander possibilities for the three Garruks and Gideon.
- Leading the Ghosts for Halloween—Sean McKeown builds around Karador, a spirited alternative to Teneb and Doran.
- Ulasht the Hate Seed—Mike Morales goes Gruul with this fun and highly functional Commander build.
- Undead and Unreal—Mike Cannon debuts his new column with a couple of tribal lists: mono-black zombies and mono-blue shapeshifters.
- State of the Format—Metagames shift weekly after the release of a new set. Chad Harvas helps you profit from the predictable evolution of the most popular formats.
- Awww Snap!—Mike Radecki discusses the snapback caused by the second wave of Innistrad being released, some token decks, and his top ten pickup list for the newest expansion.
Theory and Miscellany
- Why MTG is not Geek Chic—Mike Linnemann on why Magic is still marginalized while so much of fantasy culture has become mainstream.
- What’s your End Game—Gavin Verhey encourages others to envision their endgames and shares his 25 favorite articles from his column.
- Lies my Larry Told Me—Matt Laidely invites you to re-consider the roles of probability and luck.
- 3D Life Counters—Andrew Sitte has some of the most bad-assed abacuses you’ll ever see.
- Format Design Retrospective—Chingsung Chang emerges from his design projects with some lessons on the importance of interactivity.