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  • Originally, the drawing was used as part of a submission for a local comic book store art contest (the store's called Alakazam, so a magician seemed apropos), but since I'm planning on playing a similar character I figured I'd recycle it and post.

    Major Spoilers

  • I'm also hoping it won't sound like "Wham, Bam, Alakazam", but I'm not holding my breath. chris

    Obama praises Afghan election

  • I have ordered the Shaw brothers version from the 60's no subtitles, so it will be background video in minutes! but have hesitated on "Alakazam the Great!" even though it was a childhood favorite.

    WIZARDS

  • I came up with Abrakadabra, and Kathleen suggested Alakazam!

    Steven Crandell: Za-boo-la-roo!

  • And then Alakazam told me that this was it sort of, but that politicians were not magicians but were sons of bitches, that's what he said ...

    La Profesora Abstraida

  • Y entonces el Alakazam me dijo que eso mero, pero que los politicos no eran magos sino que eran unos hijos de puta, asi dijo ....

    La Profesora Abstraida

  • Alakazam (a magician) was explaining to me how he works his magic, so that things appear and disappear and that he reads people's minds.

    La Profesora Abstraida

  • Alakazam! — and her face went blank, her mouth closed, her arms went slack, and she backed out of the room, stunned, as if she were blowing away like a small brown leaf, thin, brittle, lifeless.

    The Joy Luck Club

  • Heck, I know that after I saw The Bourne Identity, I was left so lost that I felt like Alakazam hit me with a Pokémon

    MuchMusic.com | Blog

  • Alakazam and Jolteon can be a real pain, if you don't pay attention ... the rest are just OK.

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