Steranko Card Issue

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Jim Snapp
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Steranko Card Issue

Postby Jim Snapp » June 9th, 2005, 12:26 pm

Hi;
I'm trying to find which issue of Genii had the James Steranko section of card effects. I tried the index search, but all I got was the escape issue. Any help would be appreciated. (I have all the issues, just decided this might be faster than looking thru them!)

Jim

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Re: Steranko Card Issue

Postby Steve Bryant » June 9th, 2005, 12:55 pm

November, 1962. (Volume 27, No. 3)

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Re: Steranko Card Issue

Postby Bob Farmer » June 9th, 2005, 3:13 pm

I managed to pick up both issues for 50 cents each. It was at a magic swap meet and the guy that had them wanted me to buy the whole year, but I said I only wanted the two issues. He had no idea... heh, heh, heh...

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Re: Steranko Card Issue

Postby Guest » June 9th, 2005, 7:06 pm

Can you imagine if all of Genii were on cd-rom. One can only dream.

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Re: Steranko Card Issue

Postby Jim Snapp » June 10th, 2005, 9:19 am

Hi;
Thanks a lot, guys! You saved me a lot of time going thru boxes!!!

Jim

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Re: Steranko Card Issue

Postby Ira Rush » June 10th, 2005, 9:34 am

Originally posted by qwerty:
Can you imagine if all of Genii were on cd-rom. One can only dream.
Actually, I seem to vaguely remember about a year ago,or perhaps a bit longer!, Richard K. himself posted a message on this forum that this was under consideration.

Richard, is this still in the works?

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Re: Steranko Card Issue

Postby Guest » June 16th, 2005, 10:30 am

Originally posted by Darren Hart:
Hello Jim,

A few months back at Stoner's you showed me a version of card warp where you staple the card down at the end. Do you know where that is published? Thanks

Darren

If you're going to the Gregory Wilson lecture I'll see you there.
I don't know what Jim Snapp showed you, of course, but Wesley James' Enchantments has a version called Hyper-Warp where the card ends up twisted and stapled.


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