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|Solicitations from August 2005 Previews|
|Below are the solicitations for the David Mack and Kabuki-related projects that are scheduled to be released in October and November according to the August 2005 issue of Previews:|
||RUULE: GANGLORDS OF CHINATOWN TP
written by JEFF AMANO & IVAN BRANDON
art by MIKE HAWTHORNE & RICK REMENDER
colors by GIULIA BRUSCO
cover by DAVID MACK
Featuring a brand new DAVID MACK (KABUKI) cover, Beckett's controversial first
series is finally collected into one massive volume. Chinatown has been overwhelmed by
vicious biker gangs. One man is chosen to lead his people to freedom, but the price of
victory is more costly than blood and darker than war. Includes a cover gallery as well as
behind-the-scenes info with the creators.
October 12 - 224 pages - Full Color - $19.99
David Mack and the CS Moore Studio bring you the sculpture for which you've waited 9
years: Kabuki! Beautifully sculpted by Clayburn Moore, this striking interpretation of the title character from David Mack's award-winning Marvel comic will become the centerpiece of any sculpture collection. This 14" affordable masterpiece will set a benchmark in the comic sculpture field. Limited to 1,800 pieces worldwide, this statue is fully painted and ready for display. Scheduled to ship in November 2005.
DAVID MACK'S KABUKI BARWARE SET
From the award-winning art of David Mack comes the official Kabuki Glassware
Collection. This captivating set of four highball glasses is meticulously hand-etched with
a unique image from the Kabuki series on the front, and the Kabuki logo on the back. Each glass comes with an individually signed and numbered Certificate of Authenticity signed by the etcher. Limited to only 101 sets.
|San Diego Comic Con 2005 Photos & Movie|
|Dawn has kindly shared three photos that were taken at the San Diego Comic Con.
Also, Dawn forwarded a video (11 mb - 320 x 240 - 40 seconds) of herself dancing with Jeff while performing a David Mack theme song written by her cousin, Ami, who was not able to attend the show.|
|Fan-Made Echo Mini-Bust|
|Thanks to Ted Hamer for sharing images of his Echo minibust, which was given to David Mack at the San Diego Comic Con.