Thanks, Link. See if one of the guards is alive and have him take you home.
-- Kabuki: Circle of Blood #5
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Home Message Boards Bendis: June 26-30, 2004

Re: Mark Bagley and Ultimate Spider-Man Scriptbook
Jun 26, 2004 7:24 am

Great story.

I dig the scriptbook too. It is very educational as far as what goes into making a book and all the considerations that a writer and artist put into the work.

And a great introduction and commentary


Re: Mikes Got A Date Friday!
Jun 26, 2004 7:46 am

Mike Storniolo!

He's the Man!

Motherf*cker!


Re: African-Americans in the mainstream? Are there any?
Jun 29, 2004 6:23 am

Just go to a comic book convention. You'll see creators of all shades and shapes :)

The artist I've collaborated the most with, Rick Mays, (Scarab, Masks of the Noh, Ultimate Marvel Team Up, etc.) is black.

He just finished doing the interiors of the new Iron Fist for Marvel. He's been doing the covers for them. And he's doing a new Marvel project right now with Adam Warren.

It is kind of interesting how this medium gives you a sort of invisible celebrity. You can be a fan of peoples work and have no idea what they look like, what race, or shape or vibe. It's always interesting to meet creators at cons and see what they look like or what their pesonal demeanor is compared to what vibe you get from them thru their work.


Re: Cool News of the Day: Joe gets a postcard from Chris War
Jun 29, 2004 1:47 pm

That's cool. I've always dug his stuff too. I ran into him in Holland once, and spoke with him briefly there.
And once on the phone too.

Bendis introduced me to his stuff about nine years ago. How was the talk he gave?


Re: How old where you when you stopped trick or treating?
Jun 30, 2004 7:54 am

I think 1998 was the first year I didn't go.
That was because I was in Hong Kong that year. And they didn't seem to care about Halloween in Hong Kong.

I used to go with my brother and a friend. My friend would play his guitar as we walked around and as we approached the porch he'd do a diddy, and my brother and I'd do a little clown dance (we were all three dressed as some kind of clowns).

People seemed to really get a kick out of it and give us some great candy.
If someone asked me if I was too old, or how old I was, I'd say I was 13 but I had a gland problem.

Or we'd say we just started puberty and hit our growth spurt. Once I said I had a thyroid condition.

One time some kid trick or treating next to us on a porch made the mistake of sneering at my brother's homemade costume, and asked "what are you supposed to be?" My brother said "I'm supposed to be your biological father".


Kabuki letters collumn... 2cool4you
Jun 30, 2004 8:00 am

Hey 2 cool,
You are Andy from Portland right?

I think you have a letter printed in the new Kabuki #1

Just giving you the heads up.


Re: Comic book creators on Ebay?
Jun 30, 2004 10:08 pm

My girlfriend, Anh Tran is my dealer.
You can get stuff from her on ebay or directly. Just e-mail her at and let her know of anything you are interested in.
Best,
DM



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