Home Message Boards WFC: April 6-10, 2001
Re: Kabuki on Amazon.com:
FRI, 4/6/01, 11:49 p.m. - In Response To: Kabuki on Amazon.com: (~Adam)
Actually, I don't think the paperback is planned to be offered until
August or Sept. Sept I think.
And reading level 4-8? What?!
I mean, I'm glad Amazon wants to sell the paperback... but 4-8?
Looks like our favorite line of children's books are finally
available on Amazon!
Kabuki, Vol. 5
by David Mack
Our Price: $24.95
This item will be published in May 2001. You may order it now and
we will ship it to you when it arrives.
Category: Children's Books
Reading level: Ages 4-8
Paperback - 288 pages (May 2001)
Image Comics; ISBN: 1582401705
Other Editions: Paperback
Amazon.com Sales Rank: 1,967,579
Re: David I need to ask an important question of y
SAT, 4/7/01, 5:15 p.m. - In Response To: David I need to ask an important
question of you (Dave Cummings)
Thanks for your interest in honoring my work in your project.
Yeah it is okay. There are a few basic rules that we have to agree to
so I can cover my interests. The basic rules are:
1) THere may be some situation in the future that may require that you
remove it. Dealing with licenses and rights. You never know when some "exclusivity"
notion will come up in the future.
2) Do not show any images that imply or depict violent, sexual or nude
situations. If any of this happens in the story, it is part of a story,
and I can't stand to see it out of context.
3) For any other reason that comes up in the present or future, I must
reserve the right to be able to veto any images for any reason and reserve
the right to discontinue the project for any reason.
I don't see any problems with it now or in the future, but I just have
to state this as conditions of our agreement.
Hope that's cool.
I'll answer the questions when I get a bit more time. Your welcome to
restate them if need be.
Warmest regards and thanks for reading
In my web page design class, the final project is to design a full
website devoted to a hobby, well I decided to do mine on comics. Also this
site is going to be a beta version of a much more perminent site that I
am working on.
Well the questions I would like to ask of you is first , is it alright
with you if I use some of your work online for like an artist feature type
of thing? I just like to ask and make sure because I respect people's wishes.
and the second question is if it is alright with you could I do a really
quick five question interview with you? I'll go ahead and leave the questions
so you could just email them to me or however you would like to do it.
And if you would like to contribute anything else that you feel like, go
ahead. And now to the questions.
1. To you that is the best part about working in comics?
2. What is the worst part about working in comics?
3. What is you proudest acheivement?
4. Which creators do you think are deserving of more attention?
5. And the last question is something that you probably have been
asked countless times, but Where do you personally think the comic industry
is heading, what will it evolve into and which trends or creators will
dominiate in the next few years?
Thanks for taking the time to read this, it means alot to me.
Re: DD #16!!!!!!!!!!!!
SUN, 4/8/01, 3:39 p.m. - In Response To: Re: DD #16! (~Adam)
I appreciate your comments. I obviously don't think I "do Quesada" as
good as the REAL Quesada, but it was a fun challenge [in Daredevil #16]. It was one style in a lot more different styles that you will see in this run. It is sort
of a "Child's perception of supeficial Quesada-isms". You'll understand after you read the story. I think it gives an interesting sense of continuity while adding to the many DIMENSIONS of reality that are in this story.
But please lets not give anything away until everyone has a chance to
read it and unravel it for themselves.
After seeing this message, I HAD to check it out... And
David, you do a good Quesada...hell you do Quesada better then Quesada! Must have been strange for you to do art like that.
I take it this is just a corny little intro that seguays into the
serious story. I mean "BOOP!"?? Anyway, I can see why Bendis posted that
he didn't want people looking at the first looks, as people might get the
wrong idea about the book. But personally, I can't wait to see what comes