Andy Dallas has taken the classic, No Tear Torn and Restored Newspaper, to a HOLE new level.
Remove small pieces of newspaper, one sheet at a time, all from different pockets.
Read a gag from each piece. In the blink of an eye, the pieces become a real newspaper.
There's one small problem -- the newspaper has a HOLE right through the front sheet.
No fake pieces, black art, etc. This is a REAL GENUINE HOLE.
The magician realizes that they left one last piece in their top pocket.
This piece is placed into the hole, and the front sheet is now instantly restored.
This is a brilliant piece of stand-up magic.
Fits like a glove into any type of act.
Read gags from each piece.
Perform to music.
Use as an Emcee/Compare.
Perfect for any children's show.
Trade shows, parlor shows or stage.
For the first time ever, the online video instructions teach step-by-step exactly how to make No Tear Newspaper 2, in ANY NEWSPAPER, IN ANY COUNTRY, IN THE WORLD, in less than 15 Minutes.
Highest recommendation. Easy to do.
"IN A WORD: NEWSWORTHY. I really like this, recommended."
- David Oliver Dec 13 Genii review
"Just got the No Tear Newspaper 2 from you in the mail last week. Ordering this one for a friend. Great trick! I really appreciate the fact that you keep your prices affordable and I have found you to be one of the most honest dealers in magic. Thanks!"
- Paul Amerson TX
"Just got No Tear Newspaper 2 - it's great. Where can I get more [material] to make additional newspapers or even try small comics that come in our paper which are about 1/2 size of regular newspaper. THANKS!"
- George Lawton
"My order for No Tear Newspaper 2 arrived today, Tuesday, thanks very much for the excellent service.
"I have just watched the DVD and wanted to say how clear you made the instructions for making up the paper, first class. The whole DVD is clear and shows everything perfectly.
"I just need to pick up my 3 newspapers and make the paper up which I know will be easy whilst watching the DVD.
"Looking forward to having fun with this.
"Thanks again and very best wishes"
- Doug Heath