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David Mack's Kabuki Gets a Paperback Omnibus for 25th-Anniversary

David Mack's Kabuki Gets a Paperback Omnibus for 25th-Anniversary

Dark Horse is collecting David Mack's Kabuki in a paperback omnibus edition, retailing for just $29.99 in December. That's ten dollar's cheaper than the library edition hardcovers Dark Horse released back in 2015, and just in time for Kabuki's 25th-anniversary. In addition, Dark Horse says the book will contain "new art and text," though it's […]

Total War: Three Kingdoms Releases a Web Comic by David Mack

Total War: Three Kingdoms Releases a Web Comic

As part of the build-up to seeing Total War: Three Kingdoms be released next month, Creative Assembly has released a new webcomic. You can read the comic at this link, as you can check out the additional talents of David Mack, Sebastian Cheng, Sunshine Barbito, Clem Robins, and Andre Siregar. The story itself is kind […]

When Brian Bendis Told David Mack to Make a "Purposely Bad Cash-Grab Comic"

In a shocking interview, superstar writer "The Great One" Brian Bendis ordered a collaborator to make a "purposely bad cash-grab comic." And no, we're not talking about Civil War 2. Bendis was chatting with DCComics.com about Cover, his new creator-owned comic with superstar artist David Mack about a comic book creator who gets pulled into […]

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Cover #1 Advance Review: Great Dialogue, Better Art, Lukewarm Story

Comic artist Max Fields is approached by a strange woman named Julia at a comic convention who is a big fan of his work. She buys thousands of dollars' worth of his work. At another convention, Max runs into Julia again, and she buys more of his art and takes him out to dinner. There, […]

Focus on David Mack at SDCC: Inkpot, Jessica Jones, Autism, and Me

The panel kicked off with a well-deserved awarding of Comic-Con International's Inkpot Award to David Mack for his contributions to comics, television, film, and humanity. Next the panel moderator Wendy Browne from Women Write About Comics. kicked off the panel by showing a music video that Mack did for Amanda Palmer's song 'Pulp Fiction' that was […]

Jessica Jones Artist David Mack Wins Inkpot Award at His SDCC 2018 Panel

David Mack, artist known for his Jessica Jones/Alias cover artwork and co-creating Echo with Joe Quesada, received an Inkpot Award at his San Diego Comic-Con panel today. Mack is also known for his cover artwork to American Gods and Fight Club, as well as his concept work for Captain America: The Winter Soldier. He also has written for Marvel's Daredevil and is the writer of Kabuki, a comic […]

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David Mack Directs New Dashboard Confessional Music Video 'We Fight'

Comic book artist David Mack, creator of Kabuki and co-creator of deaf Marvel superhero Echo with Joe Quesada, has become the latest comic artist to make the foray into music videos. Creating the promo video for Dashboard Confessional's latest single, We Fight, Mack lends his signature artistic style to the video, which you can see […]

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Temple Of Art: The SDCC Panel You Didn't Know You Didn't Want To Miss

I'd been looking forward to the Temple of Art panel for a while, but I'm guessing that since it was at 8 p.m. on Saturday night at SDCC, most people did not have it on their radar. With a panel that included filmmakers Allan Amato and Olga Nunes, as well documentary subjects Bill Sienkiewicz, David […]

Nerdcore Thursday With MC Chris AKA MC PeePants From ATHF

Adam Hart writes, While some people might have been watching a sneak preview of NetFlix's highly anticipated Death Note movie. Or perhaps they were attending an elusive comic-con party. However I was having a blast elsewhere. I was at a pretty sweet little venue called The Music Box with my a packed house full of […]

John Carpenter's 'The Thing' Commemorative Art Book At SDCC

This year marks the 35th anniversary of the horror classic by film legend John Carpenter, The Thing. The film, which starred Kurt Russel, Keith David, and Wilford Brimley, is easily among the most influential horror movies ever made and, alongside the equally influential Halloween and Escape from New York, helped launch John Carpenter's directorial career into […]

Titan Comics To Bring You More Samurai Action This September

After a successful run of Samurai: The Isle with No Name, Titan has announced a second series for the property by Jean-François Di Giorgio and Frédéric Genêt. And like the first one, Samurai: Brothers in Arms #1 will have a variant cover by David Mack… along with covers by John McCrea, Jung Shan and Steve […]

4001 A.D. Starts This Week And We Have A Preview

Valiant is about to kick off their newest crossover event, 4001 A.D. with the first issue hitting stores on May 4th. The issue is written by Matt Kindt and drawn by Clayton Crain and David Mack and with covers by Crain, Tula Lotay, Ryan Bodenheim, Clayton Henry, Ryan Lee and Ryan Sook. Here is an […]

David Mack To Join Valiant's 4001 A.D. Event

Word out of Emerald City Comicon 2016 is that artist David Mack (Fight Club 2, Daredevil) will join writer Matt Kindt (DIVINITY, Mind MGMT) and artist Clayton Crain (RAI, X-Force) for 4001 A.D. #1.  This is the first issue of Valiant's big summer event uniting Rai with the 41st century's versions of the Valiant heroes and some new ones. "David Mack […]

Titan To Publish New Samurai Tale From Di Giorgio And Genet

This March, Titan Comics will be releasing Samurai: The Isle with No Name from Jean-François Di Giorgio and Frédéric Genêt. This new series picks up right after the previous Samurai stories and follows Takeo on a new adventure. The first issue will be released with covers by Genêt and Kabuki creator David Mack. SAMURAI #1 WRITER: […]

SDCC '15: The Fight Club 2 Scratch-And-Sniff Bookmark Contest

We mentioned this during the coverage of the Chuck Palahniuk panel yesterday, but now we have the official announcement and art to go with it. Yes, here are the details for the Fight Club 2 Scratch-and-Sniff Bookmark Contest. The contest is in support of the Fight Club 2 mini-series, which is written by Palahniuk, illustrated by Cameron Stewart […]