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Gustavo Raley presents "Let's Go", a fun and original superhero and LEGO-themed effect that's great for any children's magic or parlor magic show. It can even work over Zoom.
A LEGO-style figure missing its head is introduced. The spectator is then invited to choose between different Superhero heads for this LEGO figure. The head they choose is placed on the body and the magician proves that they knew which would be chosen by turning the entire character around to show the back matches the superhero.
Then, the character is turned around again for you to do the suprising kicker ending. Like a true superhero, the character's boring plain clothes "explode" off their body to reveal they're wearing a special superhero suit completing the full character.
Each set comes with all the materials and a base to hold the character. The online tutorial will teach you everything you need to start performing right away.
"Let's Go" is super easy to perform and will delight all audiences.
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Steven asks: Is the exploding thing reusable? Will we eventually run out?
- 1. Vanishing Inc. Magic responds: It is confetti, which you can make yourself. So it is infinitely reusable.
Timothy asks: What is the set up time and prep like for this, If i am doing 3-4 kids shows a day is it practical to reset it in between shows. I like to keep my show reset time under a few minutes. Thanks
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- 1. Jim answers: Outside of cutting up confetti, the reset is under one minute. Very practical, in my opinion.
Robert asks: Is this a free choice for the spectator?
- 1. Vanishing Inc. Magic responds: There is a force involved, but it's very fairly done.
Customer reviews for Let's Go
You I looked at this trick and I wasn’t to sure about it. It’s a short routine. Easy to do and prep for. It uses audience participation by having the helper choose the character head. Has a visually mind blowing to kids magical ending.
I preformed it at three live shows so far and it hits big. The routine is short but you could mix it up with other superhero type tricks to extend the routine. But the flash change from and ordinary lego man to a superhero the child picked. Kids love it so far. It’s hitting big because to a kid it’s like real magic to see that change.
I feel … ok I’ll say it. Packs small and plays big.