It wasn’t until she reviewed the tapes of the sessions, watching from the eye of the camera that she realized I was speaking to her. In one session, she noticed my eyes blinking in irregular patterns. Morse Code.
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Home Production Notes Kabuki Card Set

Ken Meyer, Jr. (February 1, 2005):
Ken Meyer, Jr. posted an image of his Ice artwork to his website:

David Mack (January 8, 2002):
Hey, Mr. Mack man, any truth this age old rumor that there is a Kabuki card set in the works? And who might the other artists be, if any besides yourself, that would be featured in said set?
-- Ken Meyer
WOW! This could only be a visit from acclaimed artist Ken Meyer, Jr!

Besides contributing a piece of art to the Kabuki Gallery in 95, I've heard that he is rumored to have painted a new Kabuki piece (Ice to be exact, I mean I HEARD) to appear in the Kabuki Card set. I heard that he painted it long ago and gave it to Mr. Mack to put in the Kabuki card set. Only the card set still has not come out! And Ken's Ice painting has still not been returned to him.

I heard that it was to be a 90 card the card set and that plans for it fell through a couple times with two previous card set producers and that Mr. Mack was now talking with another card set producer in hopes for this card set to finally come out (especially so acclaimed artist Ken Meyer, Jr's Ice painting would eventually see the light of day and be appreciated by fans worldwide, and that once it was printed Mr. Mack would finally return Ken's orignal painting to him).

But that is just what I heard.

Kabuki Newsletter #1 (September 1997):
On page four, a release schedule states:
Coming Early 1998 - Kabuki Card Set (90 cards, lots of new art)

David Mack in Combo #32 (September 1997):
I'm also working on a Kabuki trading card set that will be out in early 1998. The set will be released through Krome Productions, who do a fantastic job [in the] market, promoting as well as creating the best-quality trading card sets.

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