PLEASE NOTE: Midwest Magic is the largest magic shop in the world.
Unlike many of our competitors, we do not list items on our site
(unless noted, and with very rare exception)
that we do not have on hand and available for shipment!
Beginners to professionals have used cups like these to learn and perform the Cups and Balls effect. APPEAR, DISAPPEAR and TRANSFORM under these cups. The basic effect described is just the beginning of what this set amazingly c
Who would have thought the John Cornelius original Pen Through Anything could possibly be improved on? Well, leave it to magical genius John Cornelius to take his own invention to the next level. A $20 bill is borrowed from a member of the audience. Th
'Flash' by Chris Webb is a visual bill change; it's 100% self-contained and easy to do. You show a blank piece of paper and, in a flash, it changes right in front of your eyes into real money, a lottery ticket or anything else
How the scientific study of magic reveals intriguing--and often unsettling--insights into the mysteries of the human mind. What do we see when we watch a magician pull a rabbit out of a hat or read a person's mind? We are captivated by
They are STUNNING! These very realistic-looking bottles are very high quality and are made from aluminum. This set includes 8 identical-looking bottles and 2 tubes. You can have different performances with these bottles like
Looking for a great and unusual prediction effect? Here it is! The magician shows a padlock. Secured on it is a folded playing card. He places the padlock on the table in full view. The spectator is given a deck of cards, and is
NOT your grandfather's "Card Fishing" trick! This masterpiece of card magic is fun and unique - you can perform it for audiences both small and large. And if you wish to customize your presentation, substitute message
SIX MORE STAND-UP EFFECTS FROM MARTIN LEWIS! In the third volume of his Making Magic series, Martin presents strong, audience-tested material from his parlor act. He shows you, in a step-by-step hands-on guide, how to make the props