Animate a stick figure drawing to reveal any thought of card with the trick Dan Harlan used to fool Penn & Teller!
The most charming card trick in the history of the world has finally become more charming than ever. Featuring brand new artwork created by Dan Harlan to become more visible and magical than ever before, arguably one of the greatest card tricks of all time is back. Animate the ink on the back of a deck of cards so that it predicts a freely named card from your spectator. Bring a stick figure to life and make it the star of the show with Card-Toon Remastered by Dan Harlan.
Here’s what happens:
You introduce a deck of cards with drawings on the back. The drawings are a charming little stick figure standing on a stage. You show that each card is just a little different, and if you flip through the deck, the drawings become a flip book of a magician performing a trick. The drawings animate, showing the magician removing his hat, reaching inside, and then pulling out a rabbit. Ask your audience to name any card. That card is removed from the deck and set aside. You show the back of the deck again and display the animation one more time. This time when you flip all the way through the deck, the magician doesn’t just pull the rabbit out of the hat. The rabbit magically transforms into a playing card that is a prediction of the freely named card.
Card-Toon Remastered features brand-new artwork created by Dan Harlan that displays a smoother and more charming animation than ever before. This is Dan’s preferred version of Card-Toon, and features not only the original handling but also an updated handling that makes it more deceptive than ever before. Your audience can genuinely name any card in the pack, and it’s instantly repeatable with a different card. This is your new thousand-timer, the effect you will always want to perform. Featured on Penn & Teller: Fool Us! This iconic effect is one audiences of all ages will love.
Card-Toon has captured the imagination of generations of magicians and entertained millions of people. Now it’s back and better than ever. Bring smiles to faces when you bring a drawing to life with the most charming card trick ever created by performing Card-Toon Remastered by Dan Harlan.