VANISH Magic Magazine (Year Three) Collector's Edition
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EXTREMELY LIMITED EDITION | ONLY 500 COPIES |
HARDCOVER | PERFECT BOUND | INCLUDES PHOTOS & ILLUSTRATIONS
In honor of the third year of VANISH Magic Magazine, Editor Paul Rohmany has carefully curated his favorite tricks and essays from the past year and published them in a gorgeous hardcover book.
Each collector's edition book contains 27 magic tricks from close-up tricks to children's magic, stage magic and even mentalism. There are also 33 essays from some of the most successful and respected magicians in the world that discuss how to effectively advertise yourself, earn more work, put together a better sound system and so much more.
Contributors to the VANISH Magic Magazine (Year Three) Collector's Edition include:
- Gregory Wilson
- Danny Archer
- Wayne Rogers
- TC Tahoe
- Tim Mannix
- Louie Foxx
- Ted Outerbridge
- Richard Webster
- Charles Bach
- And so many others...
Once this special edition book is sold out, it will be gone for good and will never be produced again.
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Customer reviews for VANISH Magic Magazine (Year Three) Collector's Edition
Like Volume 2, this book holds great material, but it's overall quality is disappointing. This book does not match the size of Volumes 1 or 2. Neither of them. That is to say, three different books, three different sizes. The quality of the photographs and the paper match the subpar quality of book two. Book one is the best produced book by far.
The real kicker...Paul's introduction in this book is a carbon copy, word for word of the introduction from Book 2. The only difference is the font. This is disappointing as it makes me feel like there was significantly less care that went into this book (and Volume 2) than there was the first.
I don't know Paul, but I respect his work. This doesn't seem to jive with the quality I've seen from others of his products.