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'''The Foo Can''' was a short live electronic magic magazine. <ref>http://www.foocan.com/</ref>
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'''The Foo Can''' was an electronic subscription magic magazine distributed in PDF format.<ref>https://web.archive.org/web/20081120162552/http://www.foocan.com/</ref>
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== Issues ==
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* Issue one had some effects, gave people the first taste of its humor, and was free.
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* Issue Two had more effects, many layout improvements and some controversial humor. 24 pages containing 8 effects with cards, money, a trick with a pencil and even one with a light bulb. Contributions from [[Roy Walton]], [[Ryan Swigert]], [[Peter Duffie]], [[Luke Dancy]], [[Andy Hurst]], [[Darian O'Quinn]], [[Robin Robertson]] and [[Jay Sankey]]. Also included reviews of: "The Yves Doumergue - Laurent Beretta CD", Crazy-8, Easy Float, Flight case, Float, The Lusthaus card system.
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* Issue 3 was late being released
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* Issue 4
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Latest revision as of 12:48, 1 February 2015

For the utility prop, see Foo Can.
The Foo Can
TheFooCan.jpg
First issueNovember 2001
Final issue2009?
Total issues4?

The Foo Can was an electronic subscription magic magazine distributed in PDF format.[1]


Issues

  • Issue one had some effects, gave people the first taste of its humor, and was free.
  • Issue Two had more effects, many layout improvements and some controversial humor. 24 pages containing 8 effects with cards, money, a trick with a pencil and even one with a light bulb. Contributions from Roy Walton, Ryan Swigert, Peter Duffie, Luke Dancy, Andy Hurst, Darian O'Quinn, Robin Robertson and Jay Sankey. Also included reviews of: "The Yves Doumergue - Laurent Beretta CD", Crazy-8, Easy Float, Flight case, Float, The Lusthaus card system.
  • Issue 3 was late being released
  • Issue 4


References

  1. https://web.archive.org/web/20081120162552/http://www.foocan.com/