"This is a well-thought-out and audience-tested routine." -Payne, M-U-M Magazine
"brand new method adds an extra layer of impossibility.
Simple preparation. Suited to small scale shows. Well engineered prop." -Paul Preager, MagicSeen Magazine
"The Examiner is an intriguing method and does not need a jacket. Preparation time is reasonable. The method involves a bit of handling but is a worthy contribution to the cannon of torn and restored newspaper methods. "
-Lucian J., NingThing.comFull Review
"Whether looking for a new piece to fill time in an emcee slot or to use as a feature effect in the main show, this is a whopper of a “packs small, plays amazing” piece that is certainly newsworthy in the magic world." -Francis Menotti, Magic Magazine
"Is Examiner the ultimate torn and restored newspaper? It’s darn good and that’s news in itself."
-Wayne Kawamoto, Magic.About.comFull Review
"This is very strong and works like a charm..."
-James Conti, ReviewerFull Review
"Graham’s step-by-step instruction is very clear and the video is shot from the performer’s point of view, sometimes the spectator’s point of view and also different angles for the different steps. This is immensely helpful in being able to learn the method quickly. "
-Stuart Philip, MyLovelyAssistantFull Review
"It's super clean.. even inspect-able after the effect is over with. You can literally give them the newspaper as a token of the effect..."
-David Kenney, ReviewerFull Review
"A little time put in to working on this will give you a routine your audiences will remember as it allows an incredibly clean handling and leaves the spectator’s with a personalized souvenir." -Paul Romhany, *Reviews Vanish Magazine
"This is a great newspaper tear. I loved it. I can’t recommend this enough.
-William Draven, ReviewerFull Review
"this will work in a corporate environment. The method is going to work closeup, in a parlor show, in a very small intimate cabaret. "
-David Penn, Wizard Product ReviewsFull Review