That night I lay in my bare cell. I decide that I will not be pinned down and labeled as part of the collection in this human zoo. Akemis Disturbus.
-- Kabuki: Metamorphosis #4
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Home News February 2006 28th

Lucy Lawless Talks About David Mack
Below is an excerpt from, the official website for actress Lucy Lawless:
I am thrilled to have been painted by the great, Dave Mack. We knocked around a few ideas and came up with the idea of a totem pole of my family, which is en route to me as we speak. He also did a few studies of me just for the hell of it. I told him all I really wanted to be was a cowboy and he made me look like a total Fox!! a Brokeback Mountain sort of way. I thought Dave had to be about 50 because of his reputation. I guess I had it in my head these comic strip geniuses were all grey-bearded dudes with ponytails and roll-yer-own fags dangling from their mouths. (Not a Brokeback Mountain pun. Shame on you!) Turns out he was born in 1972 is a yoga-loving Fox in his own right. Check out the website about him It even has photos of him in Aotea Square, Auckland.

David Mack Interview at Silver Bullet Comics
Thanks to Stephanie Mangold for reporting that her David Mack interview is available at

Review of Kabuki: The Alchemy #6
From 13 Minutes:
Kabuki #6 (Marvel/ICON): Just when I think I'm ready to forego single issue installments of David Mack's grand opus about identity, art, and culture, and wait for the occassional trade, he goes and does this. He drops some major knowledge that is timed to hit me just right in my own life. This book usually contains so many nuggets of information about personal style, life, perception, and point of view, that it has the ability to resonate strongly with an ever growing readership despite major time delays in between issues. This issue has a sequence that discusses rule breaking being a basic method for problem solving. The Scott Thorpe quote "rules are integrated patterns of thinking that we mistake for truth" was powerful. Mack goes on to explain that "rules are not necessarily bad things. They are like railroad tracks. If you want to go where the track goes, they are perfect. But if you want to find a solution that is not on the rail line... Not on the scheduled stops... The only way to get there is to leave the tracks." One quibble is that this issue had a heaping dose of critique on the war on terror and some oil dependency riffs that really felt out of place, so I downgraded to Grade A-.

New York Comic-Con 2006 Photos
Miss Fumiko posted the following photos of David Mack and Mandy Amano at the New York Comic-Con:
Also, Pat Loika posted an photo of himself with Marvel's Editor-in-Chief Joe Quesada, Mike Oeming, Brian Michael Bendis and David Mack.

Daredevil: Wake Up Screensaver
Thanks to Eugene Mak for sharing a Flash-based screensaver (9.54 mb) that features artwork from Daredevil: Wake Up.

Fade from Grace & Alias in Comic Buyer's Guide
The Fade from Grace trade paperback received a perfect score from reviewer Tony Isabella in Comic Buyer's Guide #1616 (page 52). Also, Alias was mentioned as one of the best series in the last five years by reader John Genduso (page 200).

Kabuki: The Alchemy #6 Production Materials
David Mack has kindly shared several color page layouts that were created for Kabuki: The Alchemy #6. If you enjoy examining Mr. Mack's creation process, please let him know via his message boards at (no registration required) or JinxWorld (registration required). Also, please note that plot points are present in the production materials, so it is recommended that you read Kabuki: The Alchemy #6 first.

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Release Date Anniversary
Vapor Loch: Diary of a Man's Lost Soul #1 debuted 12 years ago and Daredevil #15 was released five years ago.

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Kabuki: The Alchemy #6 (SRP: $5.98/set - David Mack and Mike Mignola covers) is available on eBay (Buy it Now: $5.50/set).

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