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Home Production Notes Kabuki

Action Figures:
· Butoh
· Ice
· Siamese
· Snapdragon
· Tigerlily
· Shocker Toys: 6" Indie Spotlight & 3" Indie Spotlight Shockins
Agents of the Noh Miniseries
· Butoh
· Ice
· Siamese
· Snapdragon
· Tigerlily
Card Set
Cat Clock
Companion Book
Cover Gallery
Drinking & Shot Glasses
Lunch Box
Masks of the Noh Art Book
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The Movie
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Painted Orb
Scarab Art Book
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Tigerlily Art Book
Video Game
Vol. 7: The Alchemy

David Mack (December 7, 2001):
I will also continue to personally write and draw future Kabuki stories for a long time.

David Mack (July 30, 2001):
There are a ton of other great things that happened at this show. Jon Muth drew a great portrait of Anh that I will print in a future book. It looks like Kent Williams, Thom Ang, Greg Spalenka, and Dave McKean will also each be doing a Kabuki piece. It was great to hang out again with Allen Spiegal and all of these artists at his table. We also met and had some good talks at the Graphitti design party.

David Mack (May 31, 2001):
One of the best things about doing some non-Kabuki projects is that it really makes me look forward to getting back into the groove of a regular Kabuki series.

It is great to do a project that I do every aspect of, but after being immersed in it for a long time, I tend to think that it would be nice to do a collaboritive project (ala Scarab, and both DD stories), then after a collaboritive project I tend to look forward to the one man show project again.

As soon as I get into the groove on one way of working I tend to like to flex different muscles and try another approach and vice versa. I think I probably just need to work in this kind of cycle to keep everything fresh. Constant change.

Speaking of which, I do have the next three Kabuki storylines written. And it is very interesting to see how much Kabuki changes and how different some of the future stories will be compared to some of the earlier ones. Based on these upcoming stories, I think that all of these books collectively will really feel like sort of a biography of all the different eras in one person's life.

David Mack (December 13, 2000):
As for saying that all the Noh Agents are going to die, I don't think I said that. Sure they are going to die, from the same perspective that we all will in that they are not physically immortal. But I have a lot of story planned for their life which I am currently more interested in.

I did say that the story of Kabuki is sort of a biography of this character's life, from birth to death, and that I have written the next three Kabuki storylines, and that eventually she will die, and that I have outlined that story as well.

David Mack (October 26, 2000):
I have the next three Kabuki stories written.

I do plan to continue with more Kabuki stories. But I also plan to do a couple of other creator owned projects in between. The writing of all of this comes pretty quick and naturally, but the art takes a lot more time.

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