Miraculously, the medics bring me back. But part of me felt like it did not belong in this world. Either part of me was left on the other side, or I brought a part of my mother back with me.
-- Kabuki: Circle of Blood #1
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Home Message Boards Bendis: November 6-10, 2004

Re: Artists who've left indelible marks on comic characters.
Nov 09, 2004 10:11 pm

Just to make things fair:
Just DO Alex Maleev

Just want to thank all of you who came to WW Tex...
Nov 09, 2004 10:19 pm

Thanks for stopping by my table and saying hello!

And it was fun taking pics with you.

It was good to see all you friendly Bendis boarders at the show and at the hotel lobby and bar

All hail Bendis!
Bendis La La La La!

Seriously, you were great.
I'm glad Brian has such wonderful readers here.

And thanks for all the support of the M.O.B. and for making our ICON imprint succesful!!!

It was great to see so many Powers and Kabuki readers and hear your feedback about our work.

Warmest wishes!

Re: Who here hasn't read THE GIFT...if so, the why hell not?
Nov 09, 2004 10:28 pm
Ravengregory wrote:
I just had to throw this one in.
Issue eight is in stores tomorrow. Check it out!
HI Raven,
I read the issue you gave me, I think it was #8, when I was on the plane.
And I was very impressed by your writing on it.

In answering your question, I guess I had not read it before, cause some of the Images I had seen made me think it was not really my cup of tea.
But the cover, and art, and story on the issue I read was a welcome change of pace from most things I see at cons and was very emotional. I can see why people really appreciate your writing.

PS. Sorry for running off with your silver pen in Arizona

Glad you picked it up from me in Texas

Re: Just want to thank all of you who came to WW Tex...
Nov 10, 2004 7:47 pm
Jason wrote:

Thanks for being such a great guy on top of being such an amazing writer / artist. Donna is really enjoying the trade and Bryan had a blast playing gymnast with you in the lobby Saturday.

You make people smile.


That was so fun! It looked like Bryan really got a kick out of it! I did too
It was great to meet your family.

And thanks for the shirt!

I'm glad you made the trip!

Re: Just want to thank all of you who came to WW Tex...
Nov 10, 2004 7:49 pm
Taki Soma wrote:
hey David, ours were a brief meeting, we didn't really get to do the intreptive dance, but never fear! next time.

I did however, stop by your table on Sunday and you were MIA, and I was a busy little bee in artist alley   tis' a good thing though!

Until next time, keep up the beautiful work... the trades I'm reading of Kabuki are awesome by the way!

- Taki Soma

Was great to see you.
I was willing to pop down the interpretive dance at the bar
But at least we got some fun pics!

Re: Just want to thank all of you who came to WW Tex...
Nov 10, 2004 7:51 pm
arthur,present wrote:
Seriously, Mack you were great. I've never been happier to give a person my milk money. Just started Circle of Blood and I'm lovin it.
Hey glad to hear that!

Please let me know what you think when you finish.

Thanks for picking up all the trades.
And was good to see you at the hotel too!
We got some good pics there

Re: Just want to thank all of you who came to WW Tex...
Nov 10, 2004 7:54 pm
justJeffery wrote:

I sent a young lady to you late Sunday. She was a really cute girl with dark hair and glasses who I met in line for Michael Turner. The only book she had read was Fatham, so I suggested that she go and see you and pick up Kabuki.

She found me later and thanked me. You had hooked her up and, if I heard her right, had even given her a set of masks, which she ADORED!

So thank you for making me a man of my word! I told her she would not regret going see you and that any thing she bought would be money well spent... She clearly felt the same way.


Thanks for that!

You are always welcome to send the young ladies to me

Happy to make you a man
of your word

I'm glad the owner of your shop liked the print I signed to the store!

Great to see you and Tonia again!


Re: Just want to thank all of you who came to WW Tex...
Nov 10, 2004 7:58 pm
Ryan_Walsh wrote:

It was great to see you at the con. I love my sketch!

I posted the pics of you both here and on your wf message boards, I hope they meet your approval!

See you around, David!

It was good to see you again too, Ryan!

You looked like you were having a lot of fun at the show.

Thanks for the photo posts. David Thornton has all the photos on the daily news on davidmackguide.com for the last two days.

Check out all the photos there from you and Taki and Jason and others.

Re: Just want to thank all of you who came to WW Tex...
Nov 10, 2004 8:01 pm
RangerChic wrote:
I am so jealous.
You're coming to Megacon in February right Mack? Oeming is coming.


Hi RC!

Hopefully I'll know that soon.
I do love my Oeming!

Looking forward to seeing Oeming in a couple weeks at Mid Ohio Con!!!

Re: Just want to thank all of you who came to WW Tex...
Nov 10, 2004 8:08 pm
jumbopimp wrote:
Mack you were awesome! Thanks for being so cool. Like I said I loved your artwork. It was really cool to get a personalized Daredevil picture. I think next to the Silent Devil guys you had the funnest table. Sweet girls that ran at guys and hit them. And then you sitting there taking compliments left and right. I liked hanging out at your table, thanks for not kicking me out.
Good to see you there!
You seemed like you were have a great time in and out of the con
You are always welcome at the table.

But I know the ladies there at the Beckett Booth were the REAL draw

I have to give Jeff Amano, his daughter Mandy Amano, Claire Beckett and all of the Beckett crew (Gabriel, Sonya, Jennifer, Jamie) a big shout out for hosting me at their booth and bringing me to the show as thier guest at the con.

I'll be doing the cover to their new trade paperback of RUULE: Ganglords of Chinatown that should ship in April.

Re: HEY MACK!!!!
Nov 10, 2004 8:17 pm
realsandman420 wrote:
how much for the original art of that wonderfull 2 page spread in the avengers?????

that was just awesome!!!!!
and it would look great framed on my wall!!!!

your da man!!!

Hey thanks!
I've been getting a lot of inquiries about that Avengers piece.
(The only Avengers-related work I've ever done).

I had that on display in Portland and at the Texas show.
I have it priced at $1,500.
That's pretty much the starting price for a double pager from me.

I'm glad to see that image in the issue has been getting such a good response so far.

Some people had preview copies of the issue at the con.
I guess it shipped to all stores today.

Re: Creator/ fan horror stories from Cons
Nov 10, 2004 8:38 pm

Sorry for putting my hands on you
I'll act better next time!
I kid

Hey thanks all for mentioning me! In mostly good ways! Even though Eddy Newell called me a mutant freak (I'm not sure if that was a compliment or not

I really enjoy the cons.
I try to be all ready for them. but like Bendis said, usually our bedtime is at the time of day the con starts, and it may take a day for me to catch up to the new schedule.

So If we ever spaz out give us the benifit of the doubt
Usually when I spaz out people still seem to like it
Or if you ever feel like there is a misunderstanding, feel welcome to bring it up to me and I will do my best to make it right.

Usually everything seems to go great, but I never seem to have enough time to do sketches for everyone who wants it.

But some of these stories are funny

Re: kabuki: circle of blood
Nov 10, 2004 8:51 pm
bloodyhell wrote:
ok, bought this on saturday at WWT and just finished it... wow... im actually speechless... this was both gorgeous and captivating, and i cant really think of anything to say other than, thank you mack, thank you for creating this... now i just need to figure out which kabuki trade im gonna buy next...
Hey Thanks!!
Was good to meet you in Dallas and I'm very glad that you liked the first Kabuki volume!

I think it gets better as the volumes get closer to the current series.
let me know what you think

Kindest regards,

Re: Kabuki question...
Nov 10, 2004 9:01 pm
Will wrote:
Anyone know where can I get my hands on a Cirle of Blood Hardcover?
Hey Will,
Thanks for looking for it

The Image version of the Hardcovers are all sold out.

There are still a couple of the Hardcovers from the previous publisher left, but they have a different type of cover etc.

let me know if you are interested in those and I'll check to make sure I still have them and give you more info on them.


Re: It's time again to dust off The Chalice of Doom
Nov 10, 2004 11:58 pm

Happy Birthday, Miles!

And hello everyone

Order Kabuki: Reflections -
Volume 1 Hardcover Today!

April 11: Webmaster's note

April 7: David Mack attending New York's MoCCA this weekend, MoCCA pre-party, thoughts on two films & more

April 6: Photo of upcoming Dream Logic shirt, David Mack and Tony Solomun art jam zine, David Mack plugged in Qatar newspaper & more

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