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Dec022008

DC COPICS "THE SPIRIT" REVEALS HIS MAGIC COACHES IN DECEMBER'S ISSUE 22

In a magic referenced filled December Issue of DC Comic's "The Spirit" (Issue Number 22 "(Half) Way Out West"), the super hero reveals his magic coaches before solving the murder of magician/inventor Ogden Thompson. They are three truly fantastic real life performers, one of which has been a guest on our podcast. The first is  Magic Castle Vice President "Pop" Whit Haydn. The second is Richard "The Cheat" Turner and the third is  Johnny "Ace" Palmer. In addition to the many inside jokes and a profusion of magic, there is an appearance by the lovely Misty Lee.  With a great deal of attention being given to "The Spirit" in anticipation of the Movie Adaptation to be released on Christmas Day 2008, this is certainly a welcome addition to the world of magic.  Thanks to Whit Haydn for bringing this to our attention. WATCH THE SPIRIT MOVIE TRAILER:

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