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'''The Ultimate Move''' is a yet unpublished 1,600 word work by [[Jim Steranko] which was supposed to be the second in a trilogy after [[Steranko on Cards]] (1960).
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'''The Ultimate Move''' is a yet unpublished 1,600 word work by [[Jim Steranko]] which was supposed to be the second in a trilogy after [[Steranko on Cards]] (1960).
  
  
 
The 116 page 7 chapter book was actually reviewed by [[Bill Larsen, Jr.]] in [[Genii 1962 November]].
 
The 116 page 7 chapter book was actually reviewed by [[Bill Larsen, Jr.]] in [[Genii 1962 November]].
  
Steranko pulled the book and left magic when a controversy developed over the book with [[Jay Marshall]] and [[Ed Marlo]].  
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Steranko pulled the book and left magic when a controversy developed over the book with [[Jay Marshall]] and [[Ed Marlo]].<ref>[[Magicol]] #139 for Marshall's version of the sequence of events</ref>
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[[Category:Books|Ultimate Move]]
 
[[Category:Books|Ultimate Move]]

Latest revision as of 12:13, 22 November 2012

The Ultimate Move is a yet unpublished 1,600 word work by Jim Steranko which was supposed to be the second in a trilogy after Steranko on Cards (1960).


The 116 page 7 chapter book was actually reviewed by Bill Larsen, Jr. in Genii 1962 November.

Steranko pulled the book and left magic when a controversy developed over the book with Jay Marshall and Ed Marlo.[1]


References

  1. Magicol #139 for Marshall's version of the sequence of events