近景魔术 Alien Concepts by Anthony Asimov
【教学名称】： 近景魔术 Alien Concepts by Anthony Asimov
Download is 2.5 Hours and Includes:
- Anthony Asimov’s full 45-minute show taped in front of a live audience
- 9 Powerful tricks with full explanations
- 3 Performance-only tricks
- Feature commentary by Anthony Asimov
- Download includes original DVD artwork
The Alien Concept
An eerie journey in thought manifestation that uses a toy plastic alien and a burst of light to make an alien face appear on a signed playing card being held tightly between the spectator’s hands.
Cosmic Appearing Cards
Three cards randomly named by different audience members suddenly appear inside of a hat that has been inspected and sitting on the table the entire time... ends with a diabolical twist.
The Alien Thread
Asimov’s visual and clever update on the classic Gypsy Thread plot enhances this stunning effect with new and colorful (im)possibilities.
The Twin Card
In a self-working routine, a spectator pairs two cards together using only his decisions and a single die.
The Skulls of Anarchy
A surreal and visual matrix-style effect that uses supernatural props... 3 tiny stone skulls, a gemstone, and 4 Tarot cards.
The Cloned Cards
A mind-boggling yet simplified version of the classic Wild Card routine where a stack of duplicate cards unexpectedly begins changing one at a time into a card the spectator “accidentally” chooses.
This Is Nuts
A showstopper... Anthony performed this on the Season 3 finale of Penn & Teller's FOOL US. A card freely chosen by a spectator appears inside of a walnut that is randomly selected from a bowl of walnuts on the table.
The Untamed Dollar
In a baffling routine with a borrowed dollar bill, a walnut, a shot glass, and an empty card box, the dollar seems to have a mind of its own when it starts vanishing and reappearing in unexpected places.
A Close-Up Encounter of the Third Kind
After three spectators select and sign their cards, they are shuffled into the deck and then revealed in visual ways... the first is torn and restored, the second teleports to a tiny box that’s been in view the entire time, and the third visually changes right before the spectator’s eyes without any cover whatsoever... signature and all.