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  1. #111

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    Re: Please introduce yourself...

    This is my first post. Had to register when I found a David Mack moderated board. You the man, David.

    Where you are based.

    Santa Barbara, CA

    What you do.

    I am a curator at a local museum.

    What you like to do.

    Comics, blogging, reading, tennis, travel, art consumption, living life with healthy doses of chillin'.

    Are you an artist? What kind of art do you like?

    Not really. I like to sketch and occasionally paint in oils, but I am not really good though. I have been experimenting with collage. It's all for fun and to feed the soul, kinda thing.

    Are you a student?

    Not these days.

    What age you are?

    33

    When did you first start reading Kabuki?

    Not since the last two or three years. I got introduced to it via David's mainstream Marvel work at first, and was immediately pulled in.

    What are your favorite parts of the Kabuki story?

    Alchemy has been beautiful. It's non-linear storytelling (if you can call it that) meshes so well with the art and composition. It's the kind of comic I can show others who poo-poo the industry and get a reaction akin to a 180-degree turn on their part.

    Or anything else that comes to mind.

    Met David once in LA earlier this year and was amazed at how candid and accessible to his fans that he was.

  2. #112

    Re: Please introduce yourself...

    Quote Originally Posted by MisterFanboy
    This is my first post. Had to register when I found a David Mack moderated board. You the man, David.

    Where you are based.

    Santa Barbara, CA

    What you do.

    I am a curator at a local museum.

    What you like to do.

    Comics, blogging, reading, tennis, travel, art consumption, living life with healthy doses of chillin'.

    Are you an artist? What kind of art do you like?

    Not really. I like to sketch and occasionally paint in oils, but I am not really good though. I have been experimenting with collage. It's all for fun and to feed the soul, kinda thing.

    Are you a student?

    Not these days.

    What age you are?

    33

    When did you first start reading Kabuki?

    Not since the last two or three years. I got introduced to it via David's mainstream Marvel work at first, and was immediately pulled in.

    What are your favorite parts of the Kabuki story?

    Alchemy has been beautiful. It's non-linear storytelling (if you can call it that) meshes so well with the art and composition. It's the kind of comic I can show others who poo-poo the industry and get a reaction akin to a 180-degree turn on their part.

    Or anything else that comes to mind.

    Met David once in LA earlier this year and was amazed at how candid and accessible to his fans that he was.


    Hi!
    I remember meeting you at the LA show. You said you were a curator at the museaum.
    Thanks for posting and welcome to the board.

    If you are in San Diegon next week, stop by and say hi.

    My booth is 2729.
    davidmack.com & davidmackguide.com (updated daily with news)

  3. #113

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    Re: Please introduce yourself...

    Quote Originally Posted by MACK!
    Hi!
    I remember meeting you at the LA show. You said you were a curator at the museaum.
    Thanks for posting and welcome to the board.

    If you are in San Diegon next week, stop by and say hi.

    My booth is 2729.
    Yep that's me. Will do.
    Mister Fanboy: Embracing the inner geek, comics, film, music, TV, popular culture and whatnot.

  4. #114

    Re: Please introduce yourself...

    Where you are based.

    Hewitt, Texas

    What you do.

    I'm a video writer/producer/director/editor.

    What you like to do.

    Read comics, watch movies, play with my son, goof off on the internet.

    Are you an artist? What kind of art do you like?

    I can't draw at all, but I do love anything that moves me.

    Are you a student?

    I've got Bachelors and Masters degrees in Communications - my school days are done!

    What age you are?

    43

    When did you first start reading Kabuki?

    Around 1998.

    What are your favorite parts of the Kabuki story?

    I love showing "Metamorphosis" to my non-comics reading friends and family, just to watch their head pop off - "This is a comic book?" "The Alchemy" has been the most personal for me.

    Or anything else that comes to mind.

    Totally psyched about the "The Alchemy of Art" DVD - I've been working on it all night!

  5. #115

    Re: Please introduce yourself...

    Quote Originally Posted by Jurls
    Where you are based.

    Hewitt, Texas

    What you do.

    I'm a video writer/producer/director/editor.

    What you like to do.

    Read comics, watch movies, play with my son, goof off on the internet.

    Are you an artist? What kind of art do you like?

    I can't draw at all, but I do love anything that moves me.

    Are you a student?

    I've got Bachelors and Masters degrees in Communications - my school days are done!

    What age you are?

    43

    When did you first start reading Kabuki?

    Around 1998.

    What are your favorite parts of the Kabuki story?

    I love showing "Metamorphosis" to my non-comics reading friends and family, just to watch their head pop off - "This is a comic book?" "The Alchemy" has been the most personal for me.

    Or anything else that comes to mind.

    Totally psyched about the "The Alchemy of Art" DVD - I've been working on it all night!

    Glad to hear that!

    There is a blurb about it in the new Kabuki issue.
    I want to let people know ahead of time to make sure they know to order it.

    I listed your site in the book, for them to go and find more info.
    davidmack.com & davidmackguide.com (updated daily with news)

  6. #116

    Re: Please introduce yourself...

    Great, thanks David! We'll update the website before then to give folks an idea of all the features on it.

  7. #117
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    Re: Please introduce yourself...

    My name is Christina, and I don't really know what else to say! Other than I hope David comes to FanExpo in Toronto this year. It's been some time since I've seen him at a con, and I really enjoyed the experience!

    Where you are based.

    Thorold, Ontario, Canada. Sort of within St Catharines, about 1.5 hours from Toronto.

    What you do.

    I'm a lowly student, studying History, mostly medieval at Brock University

    What you like to do.

    I love to read anything i can get my hands on. Fantasy, sci-fi, horror, comics, non-fiction, mysteries...absolutely anything

    Are you an artist? What kind of art do you like?

    I can't draw, but I do a lot of work with polymer clay, making miniature food and things for dolls' house. I work in a dolls' house museum in the summer. As for other art I like, pretty much anything. SOme of my favorite artists are ANdy Warhol, Van Gogh and Chagall

    Are you a student?

    yep. Like I said before! I'm entering my honours year, and after that I intend on going to Scotland for Teacher's college

    What age you are?

    21

    When did you first start reading Kabuki?

    about 3 years ago, when I got a few freebies at the Canadian National Expo from David. it was like a drug. I bought just about everything he had over the next 2 days, and since then I've found everything I didn't buy then in various other places. I love everything

    What are your favorite parts of the Kabuki story?

    I love the art. I love how non-traditional the newer stories are as far as the style of the panels and things. ALso, I love that Kabuki is a strong female character, without being built like a porn star.

  8. #118

    Re: Please introduce yourself...

    Hi, just joined great site :up:

  9. #119
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    Pittsburgh, PA
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    Re: Please introduce yourself...

    Where you are based.

    Pittsburgh, PA

    What you do.

    I'm a graphic designer. I work for a company that has a contract with Heinz. So, basically I'm a in house designer for Heinz.

    What you like to do.

    Reading, occassionally painting, video games, movies, and having a good time with friends.

    Are you an artist? What kind of art do you like?

    Yeah I guess. I've been kinda I'm just been super busy for so long haven't been able to time aside for creating. I like mixed media, but I really like water color.

    Are you a student?

    I just got a BS in Graphic Design 3 monthes ago. I do plan on getting my master in hopefully a year or so.

    What age you are?

    24

    When did you first start reading Kabuki?

    Right after I picked up Mr Mack's arc with Joe Q on Daredevil. So that had to be around spring 2001.

    What are your favorite parts of the Kabuki story?

    All of it. Mostly how the typography is used as part of the art. The story are great too. I like how it tends to get your mind free and how it has a mythology feel.

    Or anything else that comes to mind.

    David Mack has been a huge influence on me as a student, artist, and professional. I remember showing one of my illustration teachers in school David's stuff and it blew his mind especailly since it was in a comic book

  10. #120

    Re: Please introduce yourself...

    I live in Valparaiso, In. I work in Chicago as an autoworker for Ford. I'm in school for Information Technology. I enjoy playing with my kids, reading, sports, and watching movies. I first read Kabuki when it was published by image and Parts of a Whole was running through Daredevil. It is one of my favorite comic storylines. I just picked up the new Icon series from Mr. Mack's table at Wizard World Chicago. He took the time to sign each issue and talked to me for several minutes. I came away very impressed with him as a person, not to mention as an artist. I enjoyed the new series very much and I am now going to go back and pick up the stories I have missed. This is my first post on the board. I am looking forward to future issues of Kabuki and also Mr. Mack's unannounced new marvel project. Here's hoping for that Echo series we talked about!

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