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'''Innovations''' was a magic magazine, consisting of only three issues, written by [[Charles Reynolds]] and illustrated by [[Al Copper]] (1 and 2) and [[Richard Kaufman]] (3) from 1972 to 1976.
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'''Innovations''', ''a new series of close up miracles'' was a magic magazinewritten by [[Charles Reynolds]] from 1972 to 1976. They were illustrated by [[Al Copper]] (1 and 2) and then [[Richard Kaufman]] (3).
  
Innovations explained tricks by [[Derek Dingle]]. The methods were purposefully simplified from Dingle's original handlings to increase sales. The actual versions as performed by Dingle are described in [[The Complete Works of Derek Dingle]] (Kaufman, 1982). The handlings described in Innovations have never been reprinted.
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Consisting of only three issues, Innovations explained effects by [[Derek Dingle]]. The methods were purposefully simplified from Dingle's original handlings to increase sales. The actual versions as performed by Dingle are described in [[The Complete Works of Derek Dingle]] (Kaufman, 1982). The handlings described in Innovations have never been reprinted.
 
   
 
   
 
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Revision as of 09:00, 3 August 2011

Innovations
Innovations.jpg
EditorsCharles Reynolds
First issue1972
Final issue1976
Total issues3

Innovations, a new series of close up miracles was a magic magazinewritten by Charles Reynolds from 1972 to 1976. They were illustrated by Al Copper (1 and 2) and then Richard Kaufman (3).

Consisting of only three issues, Innovations explained effects by Derek Dingle. The methods were purposefully simplified from Dingle's original handlings to increase sales. The actual versions as performed by Dingle are described in The Complete Works of Derek Dingle (Kaufman, 1982). The handlings described in Innovations have never been reprinted.