The Magic of Tomo Maeda

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Postby Edward Pungot » 10/18/12 11:23 AM

After witnessing the unique style and plot structuring of Japanese magician Tomo Maeda at the Genii Bash, I have to ask: Any forthcoming intelligence in regards to this promising book?

I was very much impressed and inspired by his performance and thinking. He has a great sense of structuring effects and a fresh way of presenting his material which goes over well with the audience. It was a treat to see him perform at the Bash and I look forward to this tome of Tomo Maeda.
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Postby Tomo MAEDA » 10/27/12 03:20 PM

Thank you so much for your asking. Your words makes me very happy !!

Also, I had really good time at the Genii Bash with wonderful people..., like you.
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Postby Bill McFadden » 10/27/12 03:24 PM

Tomo-san, meeting and watching you perform was a highlight of the convention for me. You are a fine artist and a lovely human being. All the best, Bill
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Postby Richard Kaufman » 10/27/12 03:37 PM

Tomo is busy creating new magic for his book. He's not one of these guys who just pumps stuff out, so it takes a while. In the meantime, I am finishing up DeLand and starting work on Tenkai.
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Postby Tomo MAEDA » 10/27/12 04:55 PM

Wow !! Thank you very much Bill san ! I was so worry about performing magic with English.I have not been speaking and performing in U.S. for long time. However, I had a wonderful time at the Genii Bash. I appreciate your kindness and your words. Your words makes me so happy !
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