I feel like Iím seeing the world for the first time. Everything is beautiful all at once. From so many angles. Suddenly I understand Cubism.
-- Kabuki: The Alchemy #1
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Home News May 2003 5th

Brian Bendis Mentions David Mack During Interview
Brian Michael Bendis mentioned David Mack twice during an interview at SilverBulletComicBooks.com.


Kabuki Cited During Rob Vollmar Interview
From StudentNewspaper.org:
In regards specifically to storytelling methods, the two most noticeable elements of manga are its decompressed pacing and its facility at rendering motion through static images. Beginning with the second element, I believe that this facility has, in fact, already begun its incorporation into the American comics vocabulary, probably beginning with the works of Frank Miller but continuing with a strong tradition of manga-inflected action scenes that runs all through the modern superhero books. This influence is not always as obvious as having two ninjas battling it out over the soul of the last Emperor, either. Good examples of well-considered (and tasteful) approaches to incorporating manga lessons into western comics would be David Mackís KABUKI (though obvious with its many Japanese themes), Paul Popeís HEAVY LIQUID, and Scott Morseís SOULWIND (which actually brings the thing full-circle by alluding to both manga and early American animation styles).



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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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