I heal animals. Animals heal humans. Through pets, people learn to respect and care for another living creature. Then they can apply that to other people and living things in general.
-- Kabuki: The Alchemy #2
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Home Message Boards Bendis: January 21-25, 2004

Re: Kabuki: The Alchemy #2
Jan 21, 2004 1:26 am

Good to see you on my messageboard at worldfamouscomics.com


Re: Peeing In The Gene Pool Award - Teen dies in Jackass stunt
Jan 21, 2004 1:32 am

Have any of you seen that footage of the kid who tried to jump over a moving car and it flipped him up and broke both his legs?

A year or two ago, I was speaking at an art class in a high school cause I knew the art teacher. And that kid was in the art class.

Re: Kabuki Metamorphosis question- spoilers!
Jan 23, 2004 6:15 am

Hey, Thanks for all the kind words. I really appreciate it.

Shwicaz, Glad you tried it out. I'm really glad you liked the first one. I do think they get better as they go. I did Circle of Blood ten years ago and I like to think it improves. I think Metamorphosis is the best example of my writing and art in comics. But I recomend that you read Skin Deep before Meta.

Glad you are digging it and thanks for all the kind words on the board. It never mentions in Meta which character is killed. You have to piece that together on your own after reading the next story

Just as Meta continues right where Skin Deep left off, THE ALCHEMY continues at the very place that Metamorphosis leaves off. For those that liked the story tone in Meta, then ALCHEMY is your thing. I'm trying to out do the story in Meta with ALCHEMY. And though Image billed it as a 6 issue series, there is a pretty good chance it will end of being longer.
It is a richly texture kind of story in the way Meta is.
And each issue sort of has a different pace and rythm and storytelling style the way Meta does. I like each chapter of the story to contrast from each other and culminate at the end.

I'm very happy to hear of all the new readers on this board trying Kabuki for the first time. Thanks for the great feedback.
Please let me know what you think of the other collections.


Re: Prequel to Lone Wolf and Cub in June: Samurai Executione
Jan 23, 2004 6:25 am

They asked me to do the covers for this, which is great because I've been a fan of Koike and Kojima since I was a kid.
It will be a really fun series.

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