I feel like Iím seeing the world for the first time. Everything is beautiful all at once. From so many angles. Suddenly I understand Cubism.
-- Kabuki: The Alchemy #1
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Home News April 2006 7th

David Mack's Signature Chop
When asked by Robin about his signature on the Wolverine: Road of Bones and White Tiger covers, David Mack explained:
I've used these several times in various pieces of my art before over the years. I had a few of them custom-made when I was in China and Japan. One set I got for my brother and I. My chop had the character for "big brother" and his for "little brother". And also a larger chop that says "Kabuki".

The one you are referring to was a gift to me from Miss Fumiko of the First Zen Institute of America. I started using it recently (or late 2004) on the covers of Ruule: Ganglords of Chinatown and on the two Ronin Hood paintings I did, because they it sort of fit the subject matter and composition. I had painted them in a kind of Eastern style.

The Wolverine cover was also in Japan and featured Yukio on the cover, and it seemed to work there. And I thought it just worked on the bold design of the first White Tiger cover too. And the covers have it too, as there is Japanese imagery and subject matter in some of the story.

New York City Comic-Con Photo
Thanks to Christine for sharing her photo with David Mack, which was taken at the 2005 New York City Comic-Con.

Diamond Galleries Spotlights Alias Omnibus
The Alias Omnibus is was examined by DiamondGalleries.com.

Release Date Anniversary
Sunday, April 9 will mark the three-year anniversary of 411 #1.

Forum & Blog Buzz
Below are some of this week's David Mack and Kabuki-related message board threads and blog posts:
· Currently in Pink on the Doomie's Stickies Program
· I have a mouthful of hornets by clocktrivia
· David Mack, why are you so brilliant?
· A day in the life of David Mack
· What is your favorite of the Kabuki volumes?
· Kabuki Products you wish you could buy?
· I got my ALIAS Omnibus today and it is awesome!
· Mack, are you attending the Motor City Convention this May?
· BENDIS BOOK: Alias Omnibus!
· Pittsburgh Con!
· re: so mack what's going on with...
· Kabuki: The Alchemy Part 6 The empiricist's new clothes
· Re: Bendis Easter Eggs
· What is your favorite of the Kabuki volumes?
· Sellection of 48 SIGNED Kabuki prints now available from this site:
· Kabuki Products you wish you could buy?
· KABUKI #5 reviews
· You Convinced Me To Buy Kabuki.
· DM's new Signature
· Please introduce yourself...
· Which great comic book should I review for my school newspaper?
· so who do you think is missing from the Eisner noms?
· Re: Name your favorite current ongoing comicbook.
· Next in line of Kabuki busts?
· Would you buy a DD Omnibus?
· Letter pages must go
· re: Pic of Wolverine cover I did for Simon & Shuster Pocketbooks novel
· re: What are the great runs?
· Kabuki Bronze
· Clayburn Moore interview PART 1 of 2

Auction Spotlight
The Kabuki: The Inner Circle Fan Club Kit is available on eBay ($1.99).

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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

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