Home Message Boards WFC: January 11-15, 2004
Re: David Mack Weekend at SimplyJD Online!
MON, 1/12/04, 4:48 a.m. - In Response To: Re: David Mack Weekend at
SimplyJD Online! (MarZom)
Checked it out, somre real good questions asked there.If
you notice one or two questions that seem a lot less intelligent and a
lot more demanding, they were my suggestions. What can I say, I want more
Dove. Especially like the first question, I'm convinced now that Mack has
deliberately left the Scar on Ukiko for a reason that he'll explore in
Alchemy, rather then the alternate of getting it removed somehow at the end of Metamorphosis for a complete tabla rasa.
Welcome to our message board!
Thanks for reading my books. And I appreciate all the kind words and
support that you and JD show for my work on the comicbookresources message
I tried to post there once to give my regards and thanks for your good
tase and loyal readership, but the registration process didn't accept my
e-mail or password or some thing. So please give my kindest and warmest
regards to all of my readers on those boards.
I saw your suggestion for the questions too! Thanks for the initiative
and interest. Dove does have some future involvements in the story! I'm
glad you like the character so much!
Glad you liked the Echo story too.
Happy New Year,
Re: Steve Martin's Lifelong Education in Art
MON, 1/12/04, 4:50 a.m. - In Response To: Steve Martin's Lifelong Education
in Art (Mike B)
Thanks for posting this!
This is really good.
[ To read the article, please download the January
2004 message board posts. ]
Re: brits rule!
TUE, 1/13/04, 8:27 p.m. - In Response To: Re: brits rule! (Andy_Leeke)
Oh the fans are hear, but for the most part they'll only
admit it once they're inside a comic shop, if they're lucky enough to have
a local one.
I got into comics only about a year ago with a few issues os spiderman...my
collection grew quickly, (currently at 500+) and one of the first graphic
novels i bought was Wake up. I remeber reading it in a hospital waiting room (waiting to see if i had cancer believe it or not) i read the entire thing in one go...the ammount of emotion i went through was huge for two
entirely seperate reasons but somehow felt connected in my mind. on one
hand i had my dad, a nervious wreak, worried why i was so quiet. And then,
infront of me, on the page of a comic, i was experiencing a whole different
set of emotions. Its the first time a comic...or any book for that matter
has really affected me. It turns out i didnt have cancer, just a benine
tumour in my arm... but the memory of that day is more of experiences a
truly great story told using the most amazing art id ever seen. As Corny
as it sounds, it changed my life.
And ive never told anyone this stuff till now...cos i think people
on here will understand where im coming
Welcome to the board, and thanks for reading my books.
I'm glad you could get them from Amazon UK. Hopefully Amazon will replenish their Kabuki stock
I love to see UK and all international readers on this board.
I really appreciate the story you just let us in on!
That is a very powerful story, and I feel like I understand it, and have similar experiences. Similar parallels in milestone life experiences that correspond to what I am reading, writing, or drawing.
Thanks for sharing.
Re: angouleme ???!!!!!
WED, 1/14/04, 12:27 p.m. - In Response To: angouleme ???!!!!! (claire)
Come on...tell me if you'll be there or not, please !
It's in one week !!..
Thank you !!
It is good to hear from you.
I'm not going to be at Angouleme this year. But I hope to be there
next year. Marvel France is doing a French translation of Circle of Blood later this year, so I think they may invite me back for the next one.