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points-out an error or omission, we will reflect this in an
update. Our goal is to assist buyers to make informed decisions,
and, sellers to offer what the buyers believe they are
We're told "you'll learn: Passe Passe
Sponge; Concealments; Producing the Ball; Sawing a Ball in Two -
Poi Yung Chong; Passes and Vanishes; Retention Passes; Ball to
Spectator's Hand; Routines And much,
much more!" What a modest
understatement! It shows and explains 100's of great tips.
sponge-magic for years and carry some for those"show me"
occasions; but Daryl's clear, thoughtful and well performed
explanations immediately had me practicing what he was showing.
Offered as an introduction to
sponge. it is sincerely recommended for beginners and
seasoned-performers as well!
- and, under #10-
Terry Harris operates
Magic Props" website
as a consignment-site for magicians and collectors
to buy and sell "investment-quality magic".
He personally steps-in and resolves any disagreements.
I've personally experienced
his promptness and fairness in this resolution-process and
highly recommend Terry and
his site to other
magicians and collectors.
by: Viking Manufacturing Company
Collectors Workshop 02.05.07:
Highly recommended ... Best-quality and
complete; quick re-set for second-result.
Performer shows a beautiful Rosewood box containing 6
black dice - arranged as shown.
Box is closed; spectator is given a die and a shot
glass; after shaking the die/glass, tosses the die onto the box-lid. Whatever number comes up,
each/all-of-the-other dice in the box will now match." Can
now be inspected.
"Magnetic Thinking Putty" (Like
Silly-Putty) ... a product in need of a magical-presentation
- invite us to review if you develop one
(click video to watch and purchase)
Great Big Ol' Book-O-Magic
- submitted by Mac & Bill King 080217: Highly
Mac's magic, Bill's illustrations (cousins),
and production-quality are tops! At only $14.99, it is a
for everyone learning and interested in magic -
you'll feel guilty for not paying
in a book -
Over 50 incredible and incredibly easy-to-learn.
By using the amazing punch-out props in this book and a few
household items you'll be able to perform
dozens of awesome magic
tricks for kids 8-88.
Two card Transposition
Giddy Up Pup
Voodoo that You do
Exploding Monkey Head
3-D Monkey in a Cage
Find the Banana
Number 9 Number 9
And many more
mind-blowing tricks -
Includes a DVD with Live-Action
This is a collection of ideas
was presented at a special workshop at the Society of American
Magicians Convention in Louisville, KY in 2006 and also at the
KidAbra Convention. It contains effects and presentation tips
for tying in to a Harry Potter themed magic show - A must for
the children's performer.
If you want your magical-event to
appear on our Photo-pages,
CONTACT US. This is a great way to have your attendees
"re-live" their great-time, and, to let the non-attendees see
what they missed ... helps future
- by Gordon Bean 05.22.07: Highly
recommended as pocket and
Spectator names one-of-the-Queens (no force) and then
takes three-of-the-four "upside-down" cards (no force). The
remaining card (which the spectator has been holding) is the
AND, the other three-cards have turned into Jokers.
We emailed a suggestion to
Mr. Bean that he consider offering this in "Jumbo-cards" version
Gopher" - Reaching-tool 05.30.07: Recommended - as seen on TV
For the magician who is
unable to bend - due to age and/or disability. This tool
bends for carrying and will pick-up almost anything -
including playing-cards, silks and coins. Imagine no-longer being embarrassed
when something drops.
School" - by Joe Montella
05.30.07: Recommended for beginning balloon
sculpture 4-hour DVD will leave you exhausted
and interested in beginning to do balloons. Not for the
balloonist looking for advanced sculpturing. A Penguin Magic
production with occasional problems - Joe's hands and/or
balloon will be "out-of-frame".
Magazine - John L. Clark,
Editor-in-Chief 06.20.07: Recommended for magicians - whether
"street" or "Stage"
Well written and
informative; glossy-printed, quality production.
June/July, 2007 issue is 100-pages and includes: reviews,
interviews, contests and product-information
- by Mathieu Bich - FISM Invention Award in 2006
The Mystics DVD
- The Long Beach Mystics 080318:
Recommended - entertaining,
informative and well-produced - 54-minutes; $20- The Mystics: A 50 Year Legacy
chronicles the existence of the famous magic club from
Long Beach that never grew up. Features interviews and
performances with many LB Mystics legends such as: Mike Caveney,
Mark Kalin, Armando Lucero, Kevin James, Dana Daniels, Bill
Smith, Randy Pryor, James Hamilton, Victor and Diamond, Michael
Weber, Stan Allen, David Deeble and Les Arnold. Also, a moment
with Amazing Johnathan and a never-before-seen 2004 interview
with the Late Billy McComb."
submitted by Joe
Fox & Brent Geris
as a Packet-trick - uses
the 10/11 force-concept to reveal a prediction-card
card-packet and 5-pages of comprehensive instructions;
reasonably priced ($12.95)
- presented by - and available at -
The Magic Apple
- by J. C. Doty
071214: Not recommended
- gimmick's glue does
- by Murphy's Magic Supplies "Sleek and classy with
a beautiful design. The Elite Card Guard is made from
durable aluminum and offers the best protection for your cards."
recommended - made of aluminum and bends/dents from normal use.
Also, if carrying in pocket - without card box - there is an
Better solutions are
the stainless-steel card-guards by
Flash Appearing Utility Table -
by Sunil Batra
080215: Not recommended
- we purchased 2-tables
last-month and used for first-show yesterday; elastic-in-core
broke on one-table. Wells are adequate for coins, but, not large
enough for eggs or sponge-balls. Considerable difficulty getting
legs stay firmly-extended to support/steady the table.
Great idea but poor
manufacturer is reviewing
materials to determine if future-products will show
Table - almost 3'-high and
5"x12"(top); springs into
working table top, 2-wells