Kabuki plays are almost entirely about ghosts... The drama’s form, nearly invariable, has the ghost disguises as human in the first half of the play, the latter half being devoted to its recognition and subsequent exorcism.
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Home Message Boards Bendis: March 16-20, 2004

Re: So now that my Finch/ASM theory is debunked...
Mar 16, 2004 8:03 am

I'll be announcing the details of my Marvel writing involvement soon!
It is really, really good news!

Have to wait until Marvel gives me the OK to anounce!


Re: does anyone know why bendis and mack left caliber?
Mar 17, 2004 4:54 am
 
I know exactly the reason. But I prefer not to talk about it.
There were some great things we learned there, many fond memories, many good times, but there were many situations that occured that were annoying. Much of this dealt with production problems. We wanted to stay there and grow and wanted the company to grow with us. We resisted many high profile and advance money offers from many high profile publishers in order to cultivate our reliationship with the publisher we began at. We only left when it was made impossible for us to stay.

Again the only thing I'm going to discuss about it is the production problems. The final straw was that when they made our first collected trade paperbacks, the books fell apart when our fans read them.

Despite many tries at reprinting them, the readers and stores, were continually given replacement copies that continued to fall apart.

We were able to stomach a certain amount of personal, financial, and production comprimise, but when our readers were ripped off by not getting books that stayed together, we were forced to leave.

We intended to continue to make paperbacks, and if the company was unable to make books that did not fall apart, we had no choice but to go somewhere that would make books that fulfilled our production standards and delivered to our readers what they paid for.


Re: ALEX MALEEV DRAWS ROBOTS
Mar 17, 2004 4:59 am

Fantastic!

Your going to love Maleev's new alternate Kabuki cover!


Re: ALEX MALEEV DRAWS ROBOTS
Mar 17, 2004 9:39 pm

I loved Andy's NYC MECH art so much in B/W that I wasn't so sure it needed color. But I think the color works great! It does add an extra dimension!
Congrats!



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