"Ryan Stock is a mutant, he always amazes me." -David Blaine
"I don't know if he's super human or just plain crazy." -Stan Lee
"They always steal the show. The faces of the audience members watching says it all!"
What will they teach?
Water in Eye- This "do as I do" routine has hilarious moments with an audience volunteer jumping into a rain poncho and then successfully following your every move... that is until you appear to drink water with your eye and proceed to spout it out your mouth in a nice neat stream.
Skewer through Cheek- A large knitting needle is gruesomely pushed through your cheek, the audience is aghast until they learn it's all a gag.
Mental Floss- A modeling balloon is partially inflated and then pushed up the performer's nose and pulled out the mouth. The air in the balloon is then squeezed back and forth from nose to mouth.
Can on Finger- An ordinary can of food is brought high into the air and then smashed down onto the magicians finger with no ill effects or pain whatsoever.
The Kernel Catch- This "bullet catch" style effect is simple and gross. A popcorn kernel is loaded into a straw and fired across the stage toward the magicians mouth, however it misses its intended target and winds up in the magicians eye.
Who are they?
Las Vegas Headliner Ryan Stock and AmberLynn are no stranger to the public eye, they have toured the world with their unique brand of entertainment for over 15 years. Swallowing swords, juggling chainsaws and even firing flaming arrows at each other.
With hundreds of television appearances under their belt including The Tonight show, Ellen, Penn and Teller: Fool us, and making it all the way to the quarter finals of America's got talent, where their act resulted in one of the most talked about and viewed moments in the shows history prompting the judges to bring them back for America's got talent "The Champions."
Their stage show is unlike anything you've ever seen, combining stupid human tricks and super human stunts with hilarious interactive comedy.
This product was added to our catalog on Thursday 01 January, 1970.