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The fat pack is fine, just be careful not to overpay for them (the recent ones should be around 35 to 40 us dollars). If you like the art consider the Zendikar art book.
There is a FAQ for New/Returning Players in the sidebar of this reddit which is a good starting point for info on the game.
> But the ironic thing is making people invest in a story is the key to selling merchandise. That's what I think at least
As a fan of these webcomics and The Art of Magic artbooks, I have some bad news: lore-related products (including novels) don't last long.
The lore is like the complimentary salad that comes with a steak dinner. You can't "make" people "invest" in a story, especially if they're here for the "unregulated stock market" aspect of the physical cardboard or MTGO versions of the game. When WotC wants to push sales, they'll stick fetchlands into the product.
If you like beautiful art, consider buying the artbooks:
Wild Zendikar: https://www.amazon.com/Art-Magic-Gathering-Zendikar/dp/142158249X/
OH! I absolutely adore art books ( specially fantasy/concept art ). That does seem like the perfect place to start!
Link for the curious - http://www.amazon.com/Art-Magic-Gathering-Zendikar/dp/142158249X
Amazon has them.
Your best bet would be to pick up The Art of Magic: Zendikar book when it's released next month: http://magic.wizards.com/en/articles/archive/arcana/announcing-art-magic-gathering-zendikar-2015-08-31 and http://www.amazon.com/The-Art-Magic-Gathering-Zendikar/dp/142158249X
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Here are your smile-ified links:
Zendikar art book from MTG.
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