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Creators Title Comments & References Year Source Page AA Categories
T. Nelson Downs Third Method spectator peeks in his own hands, risky bridge, also with rubber banded deck
Related to 1909 150
Bold Table Switch deck next to packet, deck minus bottom cards moved on other packet, top of page
Related to 1937 345
Russell T. Barnhart Secret Reverse on Table passive or with a riffle shuffle
Related toVariations 1945 10
Claude Kimball Substitutes for the Pass - A New Method card is levered up with left fingers
Related to May 1945
Hugard's Magic Monthly (Vol. 2 No. 12)
118
Karrell Fox The Question Is...
Related toVariations 1948/27 96
Edward Marlo Second Method imperfection, nailnick, edgemark
Related to 1956 6
Edward Marlo Sixth Method - Tilt Glimpse glimpsing card
Related toVariations 1956 16
Jerry Andrus The Clip Slip card from injog position into right hand clip between right fingers to top or bottom
  • Variation
Related toVariationsAlso published here 1956 57
Dai Vernon The Jumping Jack using only two cards apparently, using Tenkai Palm
Variations 1957 78
James Steranko Introduction
1960
James Steranko Chapter One - Fundamentals chapter intro
1960 5
James Steranko The Simplex Turnover riffling up with right first finger until two remain
1960 5
James Steranko Diagonal Jog Push Thru card ends in-jogged
Variations 1960 6
James Steranko The One Hand Mexican Turnover
Variations 1960 8
James Steranko Chapter Two - The Action Center Reverse chapter intro
1960 10
James Steranko The Action Reverse bottom card(s) reversed during tabled riffle shuffle
Related to 1960 10
James Steranko The Action Center Reverse bottom card(s) reversed to center during tabled riffle shuffle
Related toVariations 1960 12
James Steranko Chapter Three - Positive Card Control chapter intro
1960 14
James Steranko Cut Control breakless double cut
1960 14
James Steranko The Peek glimpsing selection during double cut
1960 15
James Steranko The Crimp bottom right corner with left fourth finger
1960 16
James Steranko The Riffle Bridge bottom third bridged, for placement of card in center at brigde
1960 17
James Steranko Chapter Four - The Lateral Palm chapter intro, "Certainly, I do not contend to have invented this method of holding a card."
1960 18
James Steranko Top Palm with Lateral Palm details
1960 18
James Steranko Bottom Palm
VariationsAlso published here 1960 20
James Steranko Replacements to top or bottom
1960 21
James Steranko Steranko's Shadow Steal
  • card into right hand Lateral Palm as top half is replaced
  • as direct control to top
  • as color change from center to top
Related toVariations 1960 22
James Steranko Reverses follow-up to Shadow Steal
1960 24
James Steranko The Twist Bottom Reverse follow-up to Shadow Steal, card directly pivoted around right edge to bottom
1960 25
James Steranko Center Jog Palm insertion steal into right hand lateral palm
1960 25
James Steranko Diagonal Jog Shift Palm to right hand lateral palm from injog
Related to 1960 26
James Steranko Side Steal Lateral Palm to right hand lateral palm from break
Variations 1960 27
James Steranko Steranko's Center Steal Change card from injog position into right hand clip between right second and third finger and on top of deck
Inspired byRelated to 1960 28
James Steranko The Push Off Spread holding out a lateral palmed card during in-the-hands spread
1960 30
James Steranko Spread Replacement placing lateral palmed card at wanted position during in-the-hands spread
1960 31
James Steranko Packet Replacement Variation addition to packet, or card-at-a-number
1960 31
James Steranko, Jerry Andrus Riffling the Deck two-handed riffling while holding out lateral palmed card
1960 32
James Steranko Lateral Turnover Change lateral palmed card added to tabled single card and double turned over
1960 32
James Steranko Lateral Afterthoughts
  • crimping
  • transfer to Tenkai or Rear Palm
  • different anchor fingers
1960 34
James Steranko Steranko's Multiple Shift Chapter Five
hindu shuffle from injog position
1960 36
James Steranko Multiple Insertion flourishy way to insert four cards at different positions
1960 36
James Steranko False Hindu Shuffle stripping cards from bottom
Related to 1960 37
James Steranko Chapter Six - Card Miscellanea chapter intro
1960 40
James Steranko Diagonal Jog Drop Out Vanish card pivoted out and lapped
Related to 1960 40
James Steranko Concealed Card Addition
1960 40
James Steranko The Pinky Count
1960 41
James Steranko Bottom Reverse bottom card
Related toVariations 1960 42
James Steranko Multiple Card Switch Mexican Turnover with block of cards, switching all of them
Inspired by 1960 43
James Steranko Two Methods for In Jogging a Card
  • The Thumb Jog (as top half is replaced)
  • The Push Thru (card hit through loosely held deck)
Related to 1960 43
James Steranko Flip Over Count
1960 44
James Steranko The Duplex Cull openly removing two sets of cards, flourish
1960 45
James Steranko Bottom Stock Safety block slip shuffle
1960 46
James Steranko Chapter Seven - Cues on Cards "a few little touches that will aid in gaining a finer card technique"
  • Cue on Cards (what cards to use?)
  • On Routines
  • On Confidence
  • On Skill
  • Capsule Cues
1960 47
James Steranko Setting up During Performance through routining
1960 48
James Steranko No-Touch Key Placement spectator selects and replaces card while performer has his back turned
1960 50
James Steranko Chapter Eight - Quick Trix
1960 51
James Steranko A Flashy Opener deck appears spread on table between the hands
1960 51
James Steranko A Question of Time same as "The Question Is..."
Related to 1960 52
James Steranko The Jumping Card card jumps from table back to deck
1960 53
James Steranko Chapter Nine - Trio chapter intro
1960 55
James Steranko Suspension of Thought "Brainwave with an Ordinary Deck", named card is reversed in deck
1960 56
James Steranko Voodoo Card "An Experiment into the Unknown"
card named and removed and turned over, mate turns over in deck, they transpose, Triumph phase
Variations 1960 58
James Steranko Turnover of bottom half as top half is cut off
1960 61
James Steranko Sudden Thought faced deck method
1960 63
James Steranko Action Half Pass as top half is replaced
1960 63
James Steranko Aces in Abstraction Chapter Ten, A Lesson in Extraordinary Card Technique
  • Part One: Aces and Kings removed, Kings shuffled back, Aces placed in deck reversed, when deck is spread the Kings are face up and Aces have vanished
  • Part Two: Kings placed in row, deck placed on each and they change to Aces
1960 67
James Steranko Card Eclipse Chapter Eleven, The Ultimate in Color Change Routines
three routined changes on top of deck, then card vanishes from hand and reappears in deck
1960 76
James Steranko Dead Man's Hand Finale Chapter Twelve, "A Lesson in Card Artistry"
spectator choses card, they turn out to be Dead Man's Hand (pair of Eights and Aces), third Ace appears between them
1960 83
James Steranko Pick-Up Turnover end-for-end as pack is picked up from table, approved by Dai Vernon
1960 85
James Steranko Five as Four Spread
1960 88
James Steranko Saliva Vanish reversed card vanishes
1960 89
James Steranko Fantasy Card Routine Chapter Thirteen
  • Oneway Faces (not pointer cards, but uneven printing)
  • The Division (spectator cuts to a card behind the performer's back and replaces)
  • The Afterthought (selection from in-the-hands spread)
  • The Bisection (two selections by cutting of small packets and remembering bottom cards)
  • The Retention (fake memory demonstration, move-a-card)
  • The Abstraction (one of three cards thought of, OOSOOM)
  • Fantasy Notes
1960 93
James Steranko The Turnabout Square turning orientation of bottom half
Related to 1960 96
Jerry Andrus The Panoramic Shift pivot action of in-jogged card with right thumb, heel of right hand or right fourth finger, also pivoting against left fingers instead of left thumb base
Inspired byRelated toVariationsAlso published here 1961 5
Edward Marlo First Method: The Comparison Method comparing two packets, cited as Mechanical Estimation, but it's rather visual
Related to 1962 2
Edward Marlo Key Card Plus Estimation: Second Method spectator cuts anywhere, remembers bottom card, replaces, then performer notes bottom card and spectator cuts a few times
Related to 1962 26
Edward Marlo Key Card Plus Estimation: Fourth Method two card location, deck cut into three packets, bottom card of two of the packets remembered, all assembled and cut, estimation and key card
Related to 1962 28
Edward Marlo Key Card Plus Estimation: Eleventh Method real riffle shuffle in lieu of a faro after estimated fingertip peek
Related to 1962 33
Edward Marlo Color Eliminator color reflects on back of other card or nail polish on fingertip, (back-)dated "over a dozen years ago", quoted from a 1958 letter
Related to 1962 35
James Steranko Introduction
1962 8
James Steranko The Ultimate Move chapter intro
1962 9
James Steranko The Ultimate Move on estimating cuts by sight
Related to 1962 10
James Steranko Habit Cut small cut with fingertips is always of the same approximate size
1962 11
James Steranko The Study of Card Spelling knowing which cards spell with how many letters
1962 14
James Steranko Ultimation some more comments on estimating a spectator's cut
  • Partial Judgment vs. Total Judgment (packet pulled out of center)
  • Delayed Completion
1962 14
James Steranko Part One spectator cuts anywhere, remembers bottom card and replaces, then cuts again, performer takes cards behind back, then spectator spells out his card, including one additional cut in the estimation
1962 15
James Steranko Part Two spectator cuts anywhere, remembers bottom card and replaces, then cuts again as often as he likes, deck spread face up and performer finds card
Related toVariations 1962 16
James Steranko Part Three two cards selected by cutting off packets, all assembled and cut a few times, performer finds cards
Related to 1962 17
James Steranko Plus One spectator cuts anywhere, remembers bottom card and replaces, gives deck a riffle shuffle, performer finds card
Inspired byRelated to 1962 17
James Steranko Technotes chapter intro, "Technique Tomorrow" is heading according to Genii review
1962 21
James Steranko The Gentle Touch deck thrown on table so it spreads, spectator takes a card, either force or two key cards, toss force
Inspired by
  • "The Touch" (James Steranko, Genii, Jan. 1962, p. 191)
Related to
1962 22
James Steranko Force of Evil spectator cuts the deck and remembers bottom card, performer divines it, risky, with location as out
1962 24
James Steranko Take Five spectator removes any five cards, remembers one and performer divines it, risky
1962 25
James Steranko Pile of Trouble deck with in-jogged card dribbled on table, then Checkerino to apparently square cards and control selection
Related to
  • "Checkerino" (James Steranko, Genii, June 1961, p. 411)
1962 27
James Steranko E=MC2 fingertip peek control with bridge
Related to 1962 28
James Steranko Psycussion saliva put on selection during peek procedure, not for vanish but identification
Related to 1962 29
James Steranko Kinetic Energy fingertip peek, method to make the selection move to an in-jogged position, then nail nick
1962 31
James Steranko Impact fingertip peek, left third fingernail enters break briefly, nicks card and break is lost
1962 32
James Steranko Impulse fingertip peek, left third fingernail holds break
Related to 1962 34
James Steranko Influence in demo riffle a card is nail nicked and peeked, then it is forced in fingertip peek position
Related to 1962 36
James Steranko Further Adventures of the Lateral Palm introduction
1962 41
James Steranko Lateral Bottom Palm deck held in right hand end grip and taken with left hand, bottom card palmed in right hand later palm
1962 41
James Steranko One-Eyed Jacks selection placed between two Jacks and put on table, sandwich changes into three Aces and original sandwich found reversed in the deck
1962 45
James Steranko Lateral Bottom Block Palm bottom cards twisted inwards and moved into right-hand lateral palm
1962 46
James Steranko Lateral Palm Packet Switch
1962 46
James Steranko Tabled Lateral Palm Replacement into Center palmed cards inserted into center of tabled deck
1962 52
James Steranko Monte Classica Ten through King of Spades cards change into four Jokers one by one, then back
1962 53
James Steranko Display Sequence and Addition top cards turned over one by one and taken into right-hand end grip, card added with last shown card
1962 53
James Steranko Plunger Move some cards in ladder configuration, top one is a double, it is apparently dealt off but bottom card of double is left behind squared with next card
1962 66
James Steranko Lateral Card Change Nr. 1 starts with double, face-card stolen into lateral palm
1962 69
James Steranko Blackjaq three transpositions, using only two cards apparently, Lateral Palm and duplicate
Inspired by 1962 73
James Steranko One-Handed Double Revolve double pivoted over with first finger between tips of thumb and second finger and both long sides
1962 74
James Steranko Lateral Card Change Nr. 2 starts and ends with double
1962 75
James Steranko Wheelin' and Dealin' chapter intro
1962 83
James Steranko The Crossfire Deal one-handed flourish deal in which top card spins out
Variations 1962 83
James Steranko Backfired second deal with Crossfire Deal
Inspired by 1962 85
James Steranko Blues Up and Down stud-deal handling of Crossfire Deal
Inspired by 1962 85
James Steranko Dial "A" For Action intro to chapter of techniques, "Parable of Action" is heading according to Genii review
1962 89
James Steranko The New Approach card ends in-jogged
Inspired by 1962 89
James Steranko Third-Level card inserted into deck, deck is held with one side against table, table is responsible for pivoting card out perpendicular, it is moved out and deck dropped on top, control to bottom
Variations 1962 90
James Steranko Rebound variation in which card is moved out face-up and deck dropped on top face up, control to top
Inspired by 1962 94
James Steranko Boomerang multiple shift variation
Inspired by 1962 94
James Steranko Stiletto another multiple shift variation
Inspired by 1962 96
James Steranko Night Shift card inserted into tabled deck in riffle shuffle position, pivoted out and to the bottom secretly
Variations 1962 96
James Steranko Roundabout Midnight card ends up reversed on the bottom
Inspired by 1962 100
James Steranko Quarter to Three variation in which card ends up second from top
Inspired by 1962 100
James Steranko Ocellus color reflects on back of other card, color separation, also in peek position to see full index reflection
Related to 1962 105
James Steranko Dimensia featuring partial clocking of a block of consecutive cards (The Dimensia Group)
  • Part One (free selection placed into that Dimensia Group is found)
  • Part Two (card selected from Dimensia Group and displaced is found)
  • Part Three (more elaborate selection procedure, a few cards end up tabled and deck shuffled face-up/face-down)
Related to 1962 113
Edward Marlo The Crimp - D.F.C. bridge where spectator stops, two methods
Related toVariations 1970 6
Edward Marlo The Variant Fingertip Peek applying substance to peeked-at card with right second finger
  • The Basic Method
  • Daub Variant
  • Saliva Variant
  • Adhesive Variant
Related toVariations 1970 74
Dai Vernon Vernon's Peek Card Vanish No. 23, moisture on left third finger for card vanish after peek
Related to 1972 11
Ken Krenzel The Invisible Bottom Reverse
Related to 1978 45
James Steranko, Henry Bihari, Jerry Andrus Lateral Palm Side Steal
Nov. 1979
Apocalypse (Vol. 2 No. 11)
268
James Steranko Lateral Palm Position
1979 42
Karl Fulves Blocking clocking used with only a known section in middle of deck
Related to 1979 39
Ken Simmons Tabled Reverse Throw Off to second from bottom
Inspired by 1981 27
James Steranko The Steranko Move bringing a double from dealing position at the fingertips
1982 30
John Cornelius Oh-Calcutta Shuffle false Hindu Shuffle
Related toAlso published here Mar. 1982
Apocalypse (Vol. 5 No. 3)
604
James Steranko, Jerry Andrus Lateral Palm Side Steal
1982 399
Edward Marlo The Fingertip Peek Steal fingertip peek handling, to top or Tenkai palm
Related to 1984 173
Dai Vernon A New Peek Control using finger nail
Related to 1987 86
James Steranko The Steranko Move bringing a double from dealing position at the fingertips
1988 153
Dai Vernon The Dual Crimp two crimped key cards in tabled spread
Related to 1988 4
Dai Vernon アクションリバース (Action Reverse) Named by Steranko, reversal during table shuffle
Related to 1993 97
James Steranko Flourish Count
Related to 1993 4
Guy Hollingworth, James Steranko The Voodoo Card selection in deck behaves like isolated card that is torn and torched
Inspired byAlso published here 1996
The Art of Astonishment — Book 3 (Issue Astonishing Friends)
303
Guy Hollingworth Voodoo Card selection in deck behaves like isolated card that is torn and torched
Also published here 1999 14
James Steranko Action Reverse tabled riffle shuffle
2002 31
Peter Duffie, Robin Robertson Back-Flip Half-Pass opposite direction than usual
Related to 2003 132
Thomas Solomon Escape Artists We Have Known
  • Harry Houdini
  • Theo Hardeen
  • James Randi
  • James Steranko
Sep. 2003
Genii (Vol. 66 No. 9)
40
Jerry Sadowitz, James Steranko Sterankowitz as deck is cut to the table
2004 11
Jerry Sadowitz, James Steranko Ambitious Steranko top card stays in position despite straight cut
2004 12
Wesley James, James Steranko The Steranko Move Handling bringing a double from dealing position to the fingertips
Related to
  • "The Steranko Move" (Steranko, Genii, Vol. 27 No. 3, Nov. 1962, p. 127)
2004 35
Karl Fulves Fractional Counts clocking used with only a known section in middle of deck
Related to 2005 21
Tom Gagnon Push Through Jogs card ends up injogged
Inspired byAlso published here 2011 14
William Goodwin Rotator turning orientation of bottom part during all-around square-up
  • Notes
Related toVariations 2011 1
James Steranko Trancendia "A New Double-Lift"
hit type with thumb at left edge
Also published here
  • Genii, Jan. 1961
Nov./Dec. 2012
Genii (Vol. 75 No. 11 & 12)
70
James Steranko The Twist out-jogged card is pivoted once around the deck
Also published here
  • Genii, Mar. 1961
Nov./Dec. 2012
Genii (Vol. 75 No. 11 & 12)
71
James Steranko Gonesville
  • lapping a card by throwing it straight through the tabled deck, apparently into the center
  • lapping bottom card after riffle shuffle, incomplete shuffled deck on edge, bottom card flicked with upright cards
Also published here
  • Genii, Apr. 1961
Nov./Dec. 2012
Genii (Vol. 75 No. 11 & 12)
72
James Steranko Checkerino control in which the deck is tapped onto table while retaining fine in-jog
Also published here
  • Genii, June 1961
Nov./Dec. 2012
Genii (Vol. 75 No. 11 & 12)
73
James Steranko Steranko Cuts the Pack four packets
Also published here
  • Genii, Dec. 1961
Nov./Dec. 2012
Genii (Vol. 75 No. 11 & 12)
74
James Steranko The Touch deck thrown on table, one card more exposed, single-card crimp
Also published here
  • Genii, Jan. 1962
Nov./Dec. 2012
Genii (Vol. 75 No. 11 & 12)
75
Lateral Palm Steal Stealing bottom card into Lateral Palm
Related to 2014 12
James Steranko, Guy Hollingworth The Lateral Palm position, angles, covers
2015 6
Guy Hollingworth The Voodoo Card selection in deck behaves like isolated card that is torn and torched
Also published here 2015 50
Michael Brewer Tent Change Card held in tent position changes visually
Inspired by 2015 38
Jean-Pierre Vallarino Lateral Bottom Steal different method to get bottom card into lateral palm, see also p. 185
Inspired by 2022 37
James Steranko, Bernard Bilis Bottom Reverse Half Pass bottom card
Inspired by June 2023
Genii (Vol. 86 No. 6)
34
Richard Kaufman Steranko Lives! introduction to republished James Steranko section from November 1962 Genii
Aug. 2023
Genii (Vol. 86 No. 8)
12
James Steranko Steranko: An Amalgam of New Effects Plus an Exclusive Interview - Stacked Deck intro
Also published here
  • Genii, Nov. 1962
Aug. 2023
Genii (Vol. 86 No. 8)
13
James Steranko Steranko: Legend credited to Bill Larsen, but presumably written by Steranko, see p. 12
Also published here
  • Genii, Nov. 1962
Aug. 2023
Genii (Vol. 86 No. 8)
13
James Steranko (reviewer) The Ultimate Move credited to Bill Larsen, but presumably written by Steranko, see p. 12Also published here
  • Genii, Nov. 1962
Aug. 2023
Genii (Vol. 86 No. 8)
16
James Steranko Stacked Deck intro to a selection of tricks
Also published here
  • Genii, Nov. 1962
Aug. 2023
Genii (Vol. 86 No. 8)
17
James Steranko Improvisation Part One spectator stops riffle four times so four packets are cut, the cut-to cards change into Aces of same suit one by one, then they are distributed reversed in the combined four piles and change back to the indifferent cards, Aces are reversed in remaining packet
Also published here
  • Genii, Nov. 1962
Aug. 2023
Genii (Vol. 86 No. 8)
18
James Steranko Packet-to-Packet Addition bottom card of packet in right-hand end grip added to left-hand packet as they briefly touch, no get-ready
Also published here
  • Genii, Nov. 1962
Aug. 2023
Genii (Vol. 86 No. 8)
19
James Steranko Bottom Lateral Palm brief
Also published here Aug. 2023
Genii (Vol. 86 No. 8)
19
James Steranko Lateral Palm Drop Addition card dropped onto tabled packet from lateral palm with packet in same hand, other hand brushes table
Also published here
  • Genii, Nov. 1962
Aug. 2023
Genii (Vol. 86 No. 8)
19
James Steranko Improvisation Part Two four indifferent cards reversed together in packet, Aces put reversed in another packet, they transpose
Also published here
  • Genii, Nov. 1962
Aug. 2023
Genii (Vol. 86 No. 8)
20
James Steranko Bold Table Switch deck held next to packet, deck minus bottom cards moved on other packet, choreography with both hands
Related toAlso published here
  • Genii, Nov. 1962
Aug. 2023
Genii (Vol. 86 No. 8)
21
James Steranko Attitude Half Pass two halves are replaced face to face via rhythm
Also published here
  • Genii, Nov. 1962
Aug. 2023
Genii (Vol. 86 No. 8)
21
James Steranko The Turnabout Cut deck cut and secretly turned over in the process, see also p. 23 for another use and explanation
Also published here
  • Genii, Nov. 1962
Aug. 2023
Genii (Vol. 86 No. 8)
21
James Steranko Diabolique deck is cut and halves placed face-to-face, spectator and performer each select a card, one from each half, they match and have also been predicted
Also published here
  • Genii, Nov. 1962
Aug. 2023
Genii (Vol. 86 No. 8)
22
James Steranko Scoop-Up Turnover one half of ribbon-spread faced deck is scooped up, a card added, and half secretly turned over
Also published here
  • Genii, Nov. 1962
Aug. 2023
Genii (Vol. 86 No. 8)
23
James Steranko Cardman's Blues routine with two packets of nine red cards and nine black cards
  • Transposition (the nine-card packets transpose)
  • Follow the Leader
  • Oil and Water (9&9)
Also published here
  • Genii, Nov. 1962
Aug. 2023
Genii (Vol. 86 No. 8)
24
James Steranko Lateral Palm Transfer used as alternative to Vernon Transfer
Also published here
  • Genii, Nov. 1962
Aug. 2023
Genii (Vol. 86 No. 8)
25
James Steranko Hot Spell two cards selected, one turns over and is used to spell to the second one
Also published here
  • Genii, Nov. 1962
Aug. 2023
Genii (Vol. 86 No. 8)
26
James Steranko Lateral Palm Side Steal Reverse card side stolen and deck turned over later palmed card
Inspired byAlso published here
  • Genii, Nov. 1962
Aug. 2023
Genii (Vol. 86 No. 8)
27
James Steranko Triplication
  • Part One (four-of-a-kind placed in deck on the table, deck covered with magazine, quartet penetrates table)
  • Part Two (whole deck penetrates table)
  • Part Three (four-of-a-kind penetrates table once more)
Also published here
  • Genii, Nov. 1962
Aug. 2023
Genii (Vol. 86 No. 8)
28
James Steranko Setting Tabled Angle Jog deck in riffle shuffle position
Also published here
  • Genii, Nov. 1962
Aug. 2023
Genii (Vol. 86 No. 8)
29
James Steranko Lapping Choreography bottom cards of top half as tabled deck is cut and another card placed onto lower half
Also published here
  • Genii, Nov. 1962
Aug. 2023
Genii (Vol. 86 No. 8)
29
James Steranko Jubil-Ace-tion four Aces, one placed face down on the table, it transposes with one of the Aces in the hands, repeated, then red and black Aces transpose (with unusual handling)
Also published here
  • Genii, Nov. 1962
Aug. 2023
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30
James Steranko Steranko Move bringing a double from dealing position to the fingertips
Also published here
  • Genii, Nov. 1962
Aug. 2023
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31
James Steranko The Last Word
Also published here
  • Genii, Nov. 1962
Aug. 2023
Genii (Vol. 86 No. 8)
32