Your guess is as good as mine.
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My name is Charles, and I can’t Magic Eye.

Despite what the elderly might tell you, the ‘90s were a particularly odd (read: often bad) time for optical illusions masquerading as entertainment. Take, for example, Magic Eye, the books popularized by N.E. Thing Enterprises that convinced people they were having a good time staring at images distorted to give the impression that they had depth to them.

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In its latest bit of reminding you that Captain Marvel is set in the ‘90s, the movie’s Twitter account has posted a series of Magic Eye images that presumably reveal something interesting about the characters, but I couldn’t tell you because my eyes are apparently not at all magical. What exactly am I not seeing here?

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Captain Marvel hits theaters March 8.


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