A card that's blank on both sides (a cut card) is show plainly front and back. It then takes on the appearance of THREE different selections, and is finally shown with a completely mixed up, jumbled up face!
You are then IMMEDIATELY reset to perform it again and again. It's perfect for walk-around.
A blurry image of a spectator's thought of card instantly appears on a previously blank, signed card.
Thom Peterson's Snap Shot makes the perfect magical souvenier, by leaving your audience member with an item where magic is "still happening!"
This is Thom's flagship DVD. In this DVD you'll learn real-world routines that will amaze your spectators faster than a speeding ticket. 13 close-up routines that are more powerful than a refrigerator magnet!
These routines are straight out of Thom's working repertoire that are designed to turn YOU into an "Amazing" Superhero!
9 high-impact sneak attacks to knock the wind out of your spectators. Leave them dazed and amazed with this great mixture of stand-up and close-up routines.
Once again, Thom gives up the farm on routines that he uses for his corporate audiences, as well as items straight out of his Magic Castle show.
A fun and dynamic Lemon Production that will get you into your own favorite bill or card in lemon routine. Oh...and this one makes sense!
With sleeves rolled up and hands empty, you carefully remove a lemon-scented hand wipe from its package. In an effort to illustrate the "Real Lemon" the wipe is given a squeeze and out drops a REAL LEMON!
Topit-A-Go-Go is the easy, any-time topit that moves with you.
Now there's no more tucking or tugging. Once installed, all you have to do is put on your coat, and the topit is immediately engaged and ready to go.
What's more, unlike other topits you may have tried in the past, you can slip your coat on or off at any time -- right in front of your audience.
Can you control your own fate?
Two contrasting sets of ESP cards are thoroughly mixed by the performer and the spectator.
In spite of the random nature in which the cards are mixed, both sets of cards are now seen to match perfectly - card for card.
Coincidence, or is it... JUST FATE?