I think we all see the world though our own reality map. A transparent graph from which we view life in order to navigate through it.
-- Kabuki: Metamorphosis #4
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Home Message Boards Bendis: March 6-10, 2004

Mack Covers I forgot I had!
Mar 09, 2004 12:59 am

I did a pin up for the Transmetropolitan I hate it here book.

But besides that and the three Swamp Thing covers, that is all the DC work I've done that I can think of at the moment. But there may be something I've forgotten.

Other cover work I can think of:
-The covers to the five issue Rulle series
-All the ALias covers 28 issues right? Though I did a few more covers than that, maybe 3 or 4 of them have not been published.
-And I did 22 Daredevil covers

Re: BENDIS! Trivia!
Mar 09, 2004 7:46 am
What a fun game! If Brian hasn't seen it yet, I'll mention it to him

Sam & Twitch was the first Bendis Maleev team up.

What comic did Bendis pencil that was based on a real life Playboy centerfold?

Re: BENDIS! Trivia!
Mar 09, 2004 7:38 pm

As far as the Bendis and Mack cameo in a comic, I know that Joe Queasada included photos of both of us on the same page in my first DD story that he drew. When DD opens Kingpin's vault there are photos of both of us from his files.

As for the other one, Bendis drew us all in a real life cameo that took place in Fortune and Glory! I'm guessing that is your reference:)

As for the psychi Gun and Sickle tour, that may be before my time

That west coast tour was Me, Bendis, Greg Horn and James Hudnell in 96 and in 97.

What book marks the first time Bendis had a PUBLISHED work of Kabuki. Hint- Gaydos and Paul Pope have Kabuki art in this same book.

Re: Did the Bendis Board make ammends?
Mar 09, 2004 11:42 pm

Hey Gaspar,
Thanks for introducing her to Kabuki!
Let me know what she thinks when she finishes it. That volume, Dreams, collects my first painted comics ever and it reads more like a poem, sort of an epilogue to the first volume. The other books have more of a narrative drive. If she likes it, I hope she will try the others. Metamorphosis, Circle of Blood, and Skin Deep are my favorites of the stories.


Re: NYC MECH @ comic book resources
Mar 10, 2004 3:43 am

Hi Ivan,
Looking forward to it!
I just saw Kelsey in Orlando this past weekend.

Hoping to see you in New York when we do the show there in early April.

Re: A question for Comic Creators regarding Success
Mar 10, 2004 8:49 am

I feel my work on Kabuki is the best example of my work in comics and gives me more of a sense of accomplishment. All the work is rewarding, but in different ways. When I work for Marvel, I do it in the spirit of collaboration. Even if I am the only creator on the project, I am still collaborating with the rich history of a character that I did not create. I really enjoy doing it in between my creator owned projects as a chance to flex different creative muscles. It is a different challenge.

With Kabuki, it is completely self generated from every level. It is very rewarding to begin creating the history of this character from the beginning.

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