Home Message Boards WFC: October 16-20, 2002
Not us, were on the MAC
WED, 10/16/02, 10:41 p.m. - In Response To: Anh might have it... (~Adam)
Also, I run strictly MAC OS and UNIX systems.
MAC and UNIX users are immune as the current viruses in
circulation only affect Windows based machines.
Angouleme, France 2003...
WED, 10/16/02, 11:14 p.m. - In Response To: Mr Mack !! Mr Mack !! (Claire)
hey mr mack i just wanted to ask you something will you
be at the festival d'angouleme next year ??? And if you are will you accept
to talk to someone who really want to work in the comics industry and give
her some advice ?? Well that's all .. Answer me please ( just for the first
question if you want) Thank 's anyway for your marvellous work on kabuki !!
I'd be happy to speak with you at Angouleme. I was there the last two
years, and I hope to be there next year as well, but I am not yet certain
Marvel France is debuting a new French Translation edition of Kabuki at that time, so I am thinking that they may also invite me to sign at the Angouleme show to promote it. As soon as I know for sure, I will post
it on this message board.
Hope to see you there.
To all French readers:
I just recieved news from Sebastien Dillain Editer in Chief of MARVEL
FRANCE about the new KABUKI stories translated to French. In Early 2002 a bookstore hardcover French Language edition of the entire collection of KABUKI METAMORPHOSIS was debuted at the Angouleme show. By the second day of the show Marvle France had sold out at the copies they brought to the show, and it continued to sell well for the bookstores.
For early 2003 (and I'm guessing to also be debuted at the January convention
in Angouleme, France) there will be a second hardcover Kabuki collection. It will included all four painted stories from the Dreams Hardcover, All four painted stories from the recent paperpack version of Skin Deep, and all four stories from the Masks of the Noh collection. It includes these three Kabuki volumes and is close to 300 pages.
Some years ago, Skin Deep and some of the stories from Dreams were published in France in single issue format. But these are pretty hard to find. This will be the first time all these stories are collected and the first time for Masks of the Noh to ever be translated to French.
Just recieved a Kabuki painting by Kent Williams!
WED, 10/16/02, 11:18 p.m.
Recieved it today... and it is incredible.
Been a fan of Kent's since I was 15 and it is amazing to finally own
one of his original paintings. Kabuki no less! Totally made my day.
I now have an amazing collection of new Kabuki paintings by some of my favorite artists. I'll be presenting them in a book someday.