I lifted the veil. I took away the grid through which she viewed me. I unfolded reality for her.
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Home Message Boards Bendis: September 16-20, 2004

Re: Ah, hell.
Sep 16, 2004 5:29 am
 
Hey!
Good to see you here.
I recieved your letter.
Thanks

Since you are here, and if the letter is still in your computor, can you post it here or pm it to me, so I don't have to retype any of it if I include part of it in an upcoming issue of the current Kabuki series?
Thanks,
DM


Re: BALTIMORE PHOTOS
Sep 16, 2004 5:52 am

Well in that case, I'd say a "Walk Off" is in order!

Just kidding  He is a handsome man.
Like Ivan.


Re: Guns N' Roses: Chinese Democracy out next year?
Sep 16, 2004 2:08 am

Did you check out "The Ballad of Buckethead"?
It is sung by Les Claypool and the video is directed by Dave McKean.
Very cool video.
I was introduced to Buckethead while talking to Allen Spiegal and Mckean in San Diego, and they gave me a copy of the video and both Bucket and McKean signed it for me.
When I met Buckett, he didn't have his mask or bucket hat and he was really nice.


Re: Showing some love for Midtown Comics!
Sep 16, 2004 5:40 am
 
MidTown is awesome!
Go Midtown!


Re: Are there any African-American artists in comics current
Sep 17, 2004 1:10 am
 
Don't forget Rick Mays!

He's currently doing Iron Fist, but I believe his best work is KABUKI: Scarab!
His longest run of work too at eight issues, 258 page collection.

And he worked in all four issues of KABUKI: Masks of the Noh!

Brian Stellfreeze and Mshindo Kuumba also did art in there and fit into your question.

I met a guy at a con named Valentine who I suggested to show his stuff to a certain editor at Marvel, and he is now on a Marvel project.


Re: Are there any African-American artists in comics current
Sep 17, 2004 1:11 am
 
Goodman, you beat me to it!
And I was just about to mention Gearges Jeanty too, and Hannibal King.


Re: The Bendis Board Week In Review
Sep 17, 2004 1:19 am
 
Hey!
Thanks for that!
I saw it and am really glad you liked the first volume.
Was very cool to hear your perspective. What you thought of it, and why you had previously avoided it.


Check out this BRAND NEW site! Launched right now...
Sep 17, 2004 1:26 am
 
Just posted on my message board. The most extensive and exhaustive info, image, and news site I have ever seen!
It has just about every thing I've ever published or said on it.

This guy is amazing at how much he knows and has catalogued. I'll look here to learn what I've done, and what I have coming out.

Also has a collaborators section that includes Bendis and Oeming and more!

What do all of you think of this?

Presenting DavidMackGuide.com

Posted By: David Thornton
Date: THU, 9/16/04, 9:20 p.m.

I'm pleased to announce that DavidMackGuide.com, which features over 120 MB of images and information about David Mack, the writer and artist of Kabuki, is now on-line.

Below are links to some of the site's many sections:
Interviews
Kabuki comics & merchandise
Release Schedule
Production Notes
News Archives
Multimedia

Thanks, Mr. Mack, for allowing me to build a website dedicated to your artwork and stories.

I hope everyone enjoys the site

Best,
David Thornton >> http://DavidMackGuide.com


Andy Lee is alive and well...
Sep 17, 2004 1:45 am
 
He was in a car accident on the way back from Baltimore con and his car was totalled.

But he crawled out of the wreckage and painted a big happy face on the ambulance wall.

His clothes were so covered with red paint, that they thought it was more serious than it was. When they cleaned the ink off of him, he was just fine.
But his handlebar mustache was bent.

He is back home with a rental car and a bandaid, and a splint on his mustache.

Apparently he sent out a mass e-mail to people waiting on his work assignments.

And my e-mail and phones are all filled up with messages of people asking if he is alive.

So I figured I'd just let everyone know he is ok. I'm sure he will contact you when he catches up to his work load and when his mustache grows back.

Long live Andy Lee!


Re: Check out this BRAND NEW site! Launched right now...
Sep 17, 2004 1:50 am
 
Hey DT!
Glad to see you finally posting here!

Thanks so much for doing such an amazing site.

When I get a chance I'll get some sketches and photos and things to send to you so you can add and include more stuff at your convenience.

DM


Re: Check out this BRAND NEW site! Launched right now...
Sep 17, 2004 10:09 am
 
I've looked at it a few different times and I still have not seen everything.

I should sent you a lot more photos of readers with Kabuki tattoos!


Re: Ok, so I changed my sig
Sep 17, 2004 9:34 pm
 
You guys are great!
This thread made me laugh out loud!

The Matt/BJ talk

And thanks for bringing me back on your sig!
Too bad I don't have a good bj sig like bendis


davidmackguide.com
Sep 18, 2004 12:15 am
 
For those that missed this:
---------------------------
Just posted on my message board. The most extensive and exhaustive info, image, and news site I have ever seen!
It has just about every thing I've ever published or said on it.

This guy is amazing at how much he knows and has catalogued. I'll look here to learn what I've done, and what I have coming out.

Also has a collaborators section that includes Bendis and Oeming and more!

What do all of you think of this?

Presenting DavidMackGuide.com

Posted By: David Thornton
Date: THU, 9/16/04, 9:20 p.m.

I'm pleased to announce that DavidMackGuide.com, which features over 120 MB of images and information about David Mack, the writer and artist of Kabuki, is now on-line.

Below are links to some of the site's many sections:
Interviews
Kabuki comics & merchandise
Release Schedule
Production Notes
News Archives
Multimedia

Thanks, Mr. Mack, for allowing me to build a website dedicated to your artwork and stories.

I hope everyone enjoys the site

Best,
David Thornton >> http://DavidMackGuide.com


Re: i want...
Sep 18, 2004 9:42 am
who cares? wrote:
i want one of those nice Kabuki sickles....

i gotta save some money and buy one...

i loved the sickles in Circle of Blood....

The sickles should be in one of the upcoming Previews catalogues!

I have one that I sometimes take to cons for display.
It should be out soon.
Looks amazing. And the handle unscrews to reveal a length of chain just like in the book.
I think it is going to retail somewhere between $100-$150.


Thanks for the great Kabuki review on SimplyJD.com!
Sep 19, 2004 1:43 am

http://www.simplyjd.com/reviews.shtml


Re: The lay from HELL!!!!
Sep 19, 2004 2:01 am
Yeah, it's just ungentlemanly to not give a some kind of warning or prep

Good to see you and Sabrina contributing here! My favorite school girls... This thread is making me laugh out loud


Re: Check out this BRAND NEW site! Launched right now...
Sep 19, 2004 2:23 am

And it has links to NohTV.com and DavidMack.net and many other Kabuki sites, so you can still find all your other fave Kabuki sites and still order art and books from Anh at davidmack.net from the links and info on davidmackguide.com.


Re: i want...
Sep 19, 2004 2:37 am

There are my sketch designs and more production info for it in Reflections #4.
Also in there are my designs for the Scarab figure and all the Kabuki busts. Inlcuding photos of the sculpting etc.

Do you have links for these on the site too, DT?


Re: Wizard World Dallas November 5th - 7th!
Sep 19, 2004 12:27 pm

I'm probably going to be there.
Not 100% yet. As soon as I know, I'll post it on this board.

Had a great time last year


Kabuki trades at last minute good prices from Anh's ebay
Sep 19, 2004 12:40 pm

eBay.com

signed too


Re: Bendis Board Book of the Month Club - PERSEPOLIS
Sep 20, 2004 9:00 am

I love this book too!

The story, and the art and storytelling are great and full of emotion and heart.


Re: Neil Gaiman signing at Dreamhaven Minneapolis
Sep 20, 2004 12:00 am

Thanks, Taki!
I'm glad you had a great time:)


Re: your favorite movie soundtracks...
Sep 20, 2004 4:07 pm

You mentioned some good ones.

My current favorite is the soundtrack to Amelie.
I've listend to it almost constantly this year when I am working.

It's a great soundtrack to write, draw and paint to.



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