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Street Magic Magazine - Issue 2 - Jun/Jul

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CHOOSE THE RIGHT SHIPPING METHOD :: FLAT RATE FOR US OR INT'L The Newest Issue of Street Magic Magazine is Here and Shipping Now! Here's a Taste of What is Inside of Street Magic Magazine Our Main Feature ~ Peter Eggink Read more at www.streetmagicmagazine.com Magic Friday For those of you who are fans of Jamie D. Grant's fantastic Magic Fridays, then you are not going to be disappointed by the content this time around. In typical fashion our Content Editor (Yes, Jamie's been promoted from Associate Editor to a job which requires his skinny butt to work twice as hard so make sure you say congrats when you get a chance) kicks it into high gear with some seriously witty reviews on three great products: •  Cutting Tens by David Solomon as featured on Bill Malone's DVD One the Loose Volume 3; •  Hopping Halves by Roy Kueppers; and •  Chameleon Knives by Joe Mogar Complete with "What the Audience Sees", "How It Went", "Jamie's Personal Rating", the "History" of each effect and many others; it's hard not to piss yourself laughing when you read the best lines and Angry Bob's rating; too funny. Jamie's reviews have been known to cause at least three sales per product for every 256,890 readers, so don't be left out. Ohhh, so hot and a ton-o-fun-o-vitiz! In the last issue of Street Magic Magazine on page 4 we featured a silhouette of a girl jumping on a beach, which attracted a lot of attention to say the least. Well, the full monte on Angela Funovitz is here (no, not that kind, get your mind out of the gutter) for all to see, errm, read. Street Magic Magazine goes out on a date with this one-of-a-kind magician who has everything in place: the looks, the brains, and the skills and puts it on paper for you to enjoy. It's about time we had more female performers in our art, and Angela Funovitz is just what we are looking for. Seriously, look at her. And guess what, we even published her email on page 26 for all to see. Let the friendly stalking begin! The Celebrity Magician Death Match You've heard of the Celebrity Death Match on MTV? Well, here at Street Magic Magazine we have the Magician Death Match, and in this issue Criss Angel and David Blaine face off in the ring. Want to know how this kock-down bash turns out? Then open up to page 64 and let the whoop'n begin!We Reveal Secrets Our friend Cyril is back for a brief appearance in this issue of Street Magic Magazine to teach us a cool little effect where a currency note defies gravity on the tips of your fingers. We met up with him in Beverley Hills when he accepted the award for Magician of the Year from the Academy of Magical arts and snapped the photo you see here of him holding, you guessed it, the hippest magic magazine on the planet. No, not Genii, Magic, or even Magic Seen. Gosh, if we have to tell you, that sucks! Oh, forget it. All you have to do is pick up a Dollar, Yen, Euro, Pound note or any other form of paper money and follow along step-by-step to perform this incredibly simple and easy impromptu miracle. We Reveal Other Stuff too! A lot of "magicians" were worried Street Magic Magazine would be all about the "exposure" of our art. That we'd push the limits and boundaries of what many of the more traditional in our community feel is right and prudent. Well, some of you were right! We ARE about exposure... and you've NEVER seen anything like this in a magic magazine before! So, for that we apologize... that is, we are really, really, terribly sorry that you've never seen anything like this in a magic magazine before! Wait until you see what we have in store for you on page 69. In the last issue on this page it was the Terrorister. In this issue we are waging war on old ideals! We told you that we weren't going to be predictable, and this pretty much proves it. Yes, some think SM is doomed to only make three issues unless Daddy pays the bills. Well, if we continue to put out stuff like this in every issue we can pretty much guarantee even our most ardent haters will secretly begin to love us! This is only the beginning our friends. Does God Hate Magic? Only SM tackles a question like this... To a lot of people of faith "magic" is considered highly taboo. But does God really hate magic? Does he even care? Does God talk about "magicians" in the Bible? Find out in this issue on page 29. The Rant is Back for another Round Bizzaro has already made it clear in one of his previous rants that he probably won't get picked up to write for any other magic magazine on the market because it might upset the tender balance of the force in the magic community. That's why he's welcome at SM! You may not like what he has to say or how he says it, but at least he has the cajones to pony up and put it all on the line. We believe in publishing opposing views, controversial concepts, and giving you food for thought. That's our responsibility. It's yours to make up your mind on it.Revisiting The Jinx On August 1, 1876, Wild Bill Hickok was playing poker with several men, including Jack McCall, who lost heavily. Bill generously gave him back enough money to buy some food, but advised him not to play again until he could cover his losses. The next evening Wild Bill joined another game in Deadwood with his back to the door. A fatal mistake. McCall, who had been drinking heavily, approached and shot Bill in the back of the head. He died with a pair of eights and a pair of aces in his hand, which ever since has been called the "Dead Man's Hand". In the June, 1937 edition of the Jinx Henry T. Christ teaches the Dead Man's Hand; it is a fantastic routine. See it on page 70. De'vo vom Schattenreich D's unleashing some crazy XCM moves that will make your head spin faster than a deck does in his hands. In this issue he brings us two killer openers using a clip, a fast box, and something totally unique that we guarantee you've never seen before! De'vo has a unique way of attracting some of the most creative artists in the XCM world through Handlordz and his involvement with the Ulmen Trials in Germany. His guest in this issue is Lady Dragonfly who has graciously agreed to share an opener with our readers that she came up with in Ulmen; it is simply breathtaking. It's on page 22. No other magic magazine can bring you XCM like we can. Step right up, crack open the pages of Street Magic Magazine, and be amazed. To see a video sample click here! Reed McClintock Jamie D. Grant sits down with internationally acclaimed magician and total ninja Reed McClintock at Voleur in Portland, Oregon and lays it all out for our readers. Reed’s prodigious talents and unrelenting dedication to magic have earned him unprecedented success in his field. His astonishing abilities secured him numerous engagements at Hollywood’s exclusive, world-famous Magic Castle and he’s performed for some of the world’s elite including a command performance for the Prince of Ethiopia. Reed is the 2005 Fechter’s Finger-Flicking Frolic Lou Gallo MVP recipient and a total stud in life. We totally support him, his goals, and his outlook on life. We are proud to feature him in this issue and promise there is more to come! You'll find him and information about all the products he's released starting on page 86. Also in this issue: you'll find the Street Magic Survival Guide and how to do a Cricothyroidotomy in the field, some great free effects by leading magicians like Canadian's own Bill Abbott, The Six Degrees of Sal Piacente, James Clark's trip to Ulmen, Germany the home of XCM, book reviews, self-help stuff, news & hatemail, several great competitions, pick pocketing advice, a ton of solid product reviews, some great ads from both inside and out of the magic world, and a lot of other features that make Street Magic Magazine the Ultimate Magic Magazine... or something like that! THIS IS A SINGLE ITEM -- NOT A SUBSCRIPTION. SHIPPING CHARGES APPLY. THERE ARE NO SHIPPING CHARGES IN THE US FOR SUBSCRIPTIONS.

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  1. Magazine Great!

    Posted by JACK XI on 16th Sep 2009

    THE MAGAZINE IS QUITE GOOD!



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