This entry is part 324 of 542 in the series CommanderCast

Hello everyone and welcome to CommanderCast Episode 306! We’re your weekly source for Community, Strategy, and Technology, hosted on and our homesite:! This week we’re down one Adam but fear not as Mark is joined by a long time listener and supporter of the show. If you’ve ever been apart of our comment section then you may know this legend of a man as King Honkey, but today we will learn a bit more about the man we know as Ward as he and Mark go on a trip to the Magic Art Gallery and discuss all things art… on an audio based media.

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CommanderCast Episode 306a

Posted: January 22, 2018








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2 Responses to “CommanderCast Ep 306a – The Inevitable Art Episode, part 1”

  1. Dadsquatch said

    The episode is so long that people are literally still trying to finish it…..

    I mentioned a couple of loose ends I never sewed up.

    I think if an artist makes a card, especially an iconic card, and then that artist dies, I think Wizards should do the equivalent of retiring a jersey. Glen Angus was the original artist for Mindslaver. He passed away suddenly in 2007. When Wizards returned to Mirrodin they reprinted Mindslaver with new art by Volkan Baga. I think the new art is fine, but it bothered me that they used a new image just 2 years after Angus died.

    Also, I forgot to talk about the Reflection cycle from Shadowmoor. Not only did it reflect the dark and light side of Shadowmoor/Lorwyn, they were all illustrated by the brother-sister team of Terese Nielsen and Ron Spencer. It’s interesting how divergent the siblings’ art styles are .

    Thanks for the opportunity to be on again, I knew it would be kind of awkward to describe so much visual stuff and keep people’s attention, but it was fun nonetheless.

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