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Paper Butterflies Come to Life, dance and float at your command, finally bursting into a rainbow snowstorm of color and majesty! You receive all props necessary to perform this lyrical effect, just as Jeff has performed it in his
Working behind a bar for an audience of real people, Eugene Burger makes it clear why he's one of the world's most celebrated close-up artists. Then, he's joined by David Parr to analyze these time-tested routines from Eugene's actual performing repertoi
Want the ultimate Torn & Restored Card? Want it to be signed by the spectator across the whole face? Want a piece by piece restoration? Want to end completely clean? This is The Answer--A totally brand new method created by Ron
Whether you're into mentalism, mind reading, storytelling, bizarre magick, strange, weird, or spooky magic, then you will delight in Jabberwocky, The Lost Writings of Tony 'Doc' Shiels. "Do you crave amazing audience reactions? Do you
Performing magic with money is always impressive to spectators - it keeps them interested! Now from Smagic, we have changed the rules -- place a stack of white paper on a card box, and instantly and visually the stack turns into a
When two creative minds come together and create magic, you know that the end result will be something special. Outnumbered is a simple "blind" puzzle solve that will leave your audience amazed! Rubik's Cube magic, magic squares,
The Trapdoor Card is one of the most unforgettable, yet often overlooked, plots in card magic. Popularized by Martin Gardner and Bob Neale, this effect features a small card with a "door" cut out, just off-center. Someone is pe
Number eight, published in June 2020, features The Blunt Force, in which the spectator seems to predict your phone number, and the Excessive Force, a variation on the famous Nine Card Problem, in which the spectator perfectly arranges