I used to think these issues were art exercises, but with more time I am coming to recognize Mack's real ability to create something wholly amazing from a widely varied set of tools. I'm gonna be sorry to see his run end ...
But this picture you showed, I never made availble to the public. I never published it anywhere or sold it or anything. I e-mailed it to a couple close friends and family but never presented it in any public forum. I think I may have sent it to a charity event, but I don't remember the details. And I haven't looked at it since.
Transcript of Kabuki Lecture
Below is an excerpt from a transcript of Professor Andrew Miller's October 11, 2003 lecture about Kabuki:
I first heard of David Mack when the employees at Comic Book World in Cincinnati learned I was teaching at NKU. "Oh, have you met David Mack? He does comic books." In fact, David's time here at NKU overlapped with mine, but at the time I was an adjunct instructor, teaching mostly composition and not creative writing.
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