Magic Magazine For All Magicians
|Magic Magazine For All Magicians|
|First issue||April 1952|
|Final issue||September 1956|
The subject matter covered every kind of magic from stage and cabaret, to children's effects and serious mentalism. The magazine had contributions from many of the magical thinkers of the 1950’s. George Blake and Eddie Joseph ran a regular columns. Contributors included Billy McComb, Frederick Barlow, Robert Harbin, Ken Brooke, Richard Himber, Harry Leat and Roy Baker.
The final issue was Vol. 5 issue No. 6. The magazine, as well as Max Andrews' entire Vampire Magic business, terminated without any warning.