Perhaps creating keeps you young. There is no time when you are in the creating space. The more of this world’s time that you spend there, the less you age.
-- Kabuki: The Alchemy #4
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Comic Book Tattoo Production Update
From David Mack:
I finished my story in this right before I left for New York. I'm really happy to be a part of this book. The story I did is "Flying Dutchman." It has the title lyric in the song, Comic Book Tattoo, and I tried to work that into the story in a unique visual way.

That song was also written by Tori about Rantz here. At least inspired by him and Tori as they worked to make their artistic dreams come true in some formative years.

New Ending in Kabuki: The Alchemy Hardcover
From David Mack:
I should mention (I don't remember if I mentioned this when the issue #9 hit stores) that the issue originally had a different ending. It had an extra little scene at the end. Fully painted, lettered, all finished. But there was so much stuff in this issue to absorb, as you mention in your post here, that I felt the scene at the end overwhelmed that a bit, and I didn't think it worked in the individual issue because it gives you quite an extra twist to think about as well.

But I think that last scene works as a whole with all the stories together, so I plan to put it back in the story when it is collected in the new hardcover.

John Woo's Seven Brothers Series 2 Trade Paperback
Thanks to Taylor Cayes for reporting that Virgin Comics released a trade paperback of John Woo's Seven Brothers Series 2, which collects the five-issue series and includes the covers created by David Mack, issues four and five. The collection was found at a Borders store and is also available at ($11.54 - SRP: $14.99). Below is the solicitation for the collection, which was solicited in the December 2007 issue of Previews and released on December 27, 2008 according to
by Benjamin Raab, Deric Hughes & Edison George
Meet Gabriel, Jagdish, Daniel, Ronald, Muhammad, Robert and Baz: seven bizarre, but special individuals from all over the world who happen to be descendents of a wizard. They discovered that they?re brothers with a little bit of magic stamped into their DNA. When we saw them last, these Sons of Heaven had defeated the Son of Hell with a little help from their sister, Rachel Kai. Now, this newly found family is having some family issues. Ronald’s been kidnapped and the man threatening to take his power is someone from Rachel’s past, someone who she was supposed to protect like family. And hell hath no fury, like a brother scorned. MATURE THEMES
Softcover, 7" x 10", 144 pages, Full Color

David Mack Mentioned in Singapore Newspaper
From The Electric Paper in Singapore:
Terry Moore's epic Strangers In Paradise and Neil Gaiman's work have always attracted a large female following (as proven by the crowds Gaiman caused here in 2004).

Other artists can only wonder what David Mack's character Kabuki has that causes those long queues of women at his signings.

Two Pittsburgh Comicon 2008 Photos
RubenSr. posted two photos of David Mack at the Pittsburgh Comicon.

Pittsburgh Newspaper Plugs David Mack
Each Comicon is a chance to meet the artists and writers of your favorite comics -- from Tom DeFalco and Ron Frenz of "Amazing Spider-Girl" to "Sgt. Rock" writer-artist Billy Tucci to "Kabuki" creator David Mack -- as well as browse and buy their work.

Release Date Anniversary
The Kabuki: Masks of the Noh trade paperback (first printing) was released 10 years.

Auction Spotlight
The Kabuki: Volume 6 - Scarab trade paperback (SRP: $19.95) is available on eBay ($12.99 - Buy it Now: $13.99).

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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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