Beethovenís ninth symphony is his last and strongest symphony, the culmination of all his previous works. There is a finality to it and a freedom to that finality.
-- Kabuki: Metamorphosis #9
* Dates Subject to Change *
Kabuki - The Alchemy Hardcover & Trade Paperback: ON SALE
Daredevil - Parts of a Hole Premiere HC: ON SALE
Kabuki - Reflections: Volume 1 Hardcover (regular & limited edition): ON SALE
Daredevil - Echo: Vision Quest Premiere Edition Hardcover: ON SALE
Kabuki - Volume 1: Circle of Blood Hardcover (Regular & Limited Editions): ON SALE
Se7en French Edition Blu-ray: ON SALE
Electric Ant Hardcover: ON SALE
Green Arrow #8: ON SALE
Dream Logic #3: ON SALE
Days Missing - Kestus #4: ON SALE
5 Ronin #4: ON SALE
Justice League of America #56: April 20

Boston Comic Con
April 30 - May 1, 2011
Boston, Massachusetts

Houston Comicpalooza
May 27-29, 2011
Houston, Texas


Home News March 2006 27th

Photos of Kabuki Bronze Statue
Sculptor Clayburn Moore has kindly shared two sets of photos of the upcoming Kabuki Bronze Statue, which will be limited to 30 statues and will retail for $3,000.

1.04 mb

1.26 mb
Also, four artist proof editions of the Kabuki Bronze Statue will be created and will cost $3,200.

Alias Omnibus Cover
The dust jacket for the Alias Omnibus (SRP: $69.99), which will debut Wednesday, March 29 at a comic book store near you, was recently posted to the Brian Michael Bendis message board:

Video Interview at LIETV
Thanks to Latest Issue Entertainment Producer Emmanuel Ortiz for reporting that an on-camera interview with David Mack, which was conducted at the New York Comic-Con, is available (2m:21s - 4.06 mb).

Toy Shop Magazine Interview
David Mack's Toy Shop interview, which was printed in the magazine's April 2006 issue and will be on sale this week ($4.50), is available at During the interview, Mr. Mack revealed: "Diamond [Select Toys] is also considering making affordable, plastic versions of the masks for fans who missed them the first time around."

Kabuki: The Alchemy #6 Review
Below is an exceprt from J. Kevin Carrier's review of Kabuki: The Alchemy #6:
Ukiko continues to build a new life and identity for herself, as an old acquaintance from her espionage days turns up on her doorstep. As the two immerse themselves in their respective creative/scientific work, they expound (I'm assuming) David Mack's own philosophy towards productivity, creativity, and life. This runs the risk of getting too pedantic (as Alan Moore's PROMETHEA was often accused of), but it's all relevant to Ukiko's voyage of self-discovery.

Kabuki Movie Film Meetings
From David Mack:
And I've been doing meetings involving the Kabuki film all week.
Some REALLY interesting stuff going on!
So juicy I wish I could say more.
Can't say more right now, but hopefully I can make a more public update soon.
VERY interesting stuff happening!

Fan Artwork
Below are links to Kabuki-related fan artwork:

Created by: Gremlyn

Created by: elysion

Created by: buchstabensuppe

Created by: elysion

Created by: Super-Munkyboy

Created by: mobiusant

Created by: quicksilver641

Created by: Evil-kat

Created by: luckydice

Kabuki & Noh Masks
Created by: Dwelian

Auction Spotlight
Clayburn Moore's latest Kabuki Statue (SRP: $159), which sold out in February 2006, is available on eBay ($130).

Order Kabuki: Reflections -
Volume 1 Hardcover Today!

April 11: Webmaster's note

April 7: David Mack attending New York's MoCCA this weekend, MoCCA pre-party, thoughts on two films & more

April 6: Photo of upcoming Dream Logic shirt, David Mack and Tony Solomun art jam zine, David Mack plugged in Qatar newspaper & more

Designed and maintained by David Thornton, is an unofficial website dedicated to the artwork and stories of David Mack, who created and owns the copyrights to Kabuki and all related characters. All other characters and images are copyrighted by their respective owners and are used by only for the purpose of review.