KABUKI, HC Vol.1 (David Mack)

Pour les 20 ans de Kabuki, l’éditeur Dark Horse publiera quatre volumes (de presque 400 pages chacun) compilant l’intégralité de la série imaginée par l’artiste David Mack (dont les six volumes parus chez Image Comics et le dernier paru chez Marvel).

La belle Kabuki est membre des masques de No, un groupe des services secrets japonais lié à la fois au gouvernement et à la mafia nippone. Jusqu’au jour où Kabuki découvre le double jeu que joue l’organisation et se retourne contre ses supérieurs avant de tirer sa révérence avec perte et fracas.

Le premier volume comprendra les deux premières séries “Circle of Blood” et “Dreams”, ainsi que plusieurs illustrations d’artistes tels que Brian Michael Bendis et Jim Steranko.

Aucune date de sortie n’a été fixée pour le moment.

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[quote]Kabuki Library Edition HC, vol. #1
Story by David Mack
Art by David Mack
Cover by David Mack
Publisher Dark Horse Comics
Cover Price: $39.99
Release Date Jul 8th, 2015
Celebrating twenty years of Kabuki, this is the first volume in a complete set of large oversize library editions collecting the entire critically acclaimed Kabuki series.
This edition collects the first two original Kabuki volumes: Circle of Blood and Dreams. With eleven issues and loads of extras, this is the book that fans of Kabuki have been waiting for and the perfect starting point for brand-new readers.

  • Extra features include Kabuki drawings from Brian Michael Bendis, introductions by Bendis and Jim Steranko, and more![/quote]

Source: www.comicbookresources.com

  • The first of four oversized library editions!

[quote]It has been incredible to revisit the stories and collect the stories together in this new shape. The first volume collects my very first painted stories and my first black and white stories, and it is 400 page volume of the work that I did in college and turned for my senior thesis in Literature.
So it represents a lot of evolution and growth for me.

I can look at these stories in a fresh way, and see things in them that I was not conscious of at the time of making them.

Fortunately, I feel like there is marked improvement and growth in each chapter of the story… for the characters… but also my self as a very young creator in a formative time of my life, when I was using these stories as a means to work out a lot of challenging things that I was experiencing at that time.[/quote]

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