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|December 2003 Release Schedule|
|Below are the David Mack-related projects scheduled to be released in December 2003 according to Previews, which will be on sale September 24:|
Ruule: Ganglords of Chinatown #2
Previews Product Code: OCT03 2161
by Brandon, Hawthorne, Remender, & Brusco
Chinatown has found its hero. A young teenage boy named Gid, who just days before was looked upon as an outcast by his own people. But now, speaking with a newfound power and authority inspired by his mysterious visions, Gid has urged his followers to strike back against the marauding Ganglords. But Gid knows that no matter how brave they are, it will take more than inspiration to defeat their rulers. It will take a war. Cover by David Mack. Perfect Bound.
48 page - $5.95
Kabuki: Siamese Twins Bust Set
Previews Product Code: OCT03 3532
Moore Creations, Inc., is proud to announce the release of the Siamese Twins Busts.
Third in the series of busts based on characters from David Mack's award-winning Kabuki comic, these pieces were stunningly sculpted by Dene Mason. Mirror images of each other, the Siamese Twins don cybernetic arms of destruction with wings of beauty.
Each piece measures 5 Ĺ" tall. Both pieces come packaged together as a set. Painted and ready to display. Scheduled to ship in December 2003.
(CAUT: 4) RES. from Previews Vol. XII #12 (DEC023527)
Set (x2) - $75.00
Previews Product Code: OCT03 1551
Written, penciled & cover by DAVID MACK
"VISION QUEST" CONCLUDES! The climactic issue of Echo's vision quest! With her newfound understanding, where will Echo fit in Daredevil's life?
32 PGS./MARVEL PSR...$2.99
|David Mack Mentioned at F5Witchita.com|
||It was comic book artists like David Mack and Dave McKean that gave me an awareness of fine art. I remember picking up an issue of David Mack's Kabuki and being blown away by it. Comics can be a serious art medium. They combine the power of words with the beauty of pictures. They merge the best of visual art with the best of literature. If it wasn't for comic books I probably wouldn't be an artist. I'd just be plain old pathetic.||