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Kabuki Library Volume 2

Kabuki Library Volume Celebrating years of Kabuki This is the second volume in a complete set of the entire critically acclaimed Kabuki series in large oversize library editions This edition collects the Kabuki volumes

  • Title: Kabuki Library Volume 2
  • Author: David W. Mack
  • ISBN: 9781616557034
  • Page: 327
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Celebrating 20 years of Kabuki, This is the second volume in a complete set of the entire critically acclaimed Kabuki series in large oversize library editions.This edition collects the Kabuki volumes Skin Deep and Metamorphosis Isolated and psychologically tormented, Kabuki s only friend is found in a mystery woman who sends her handwritten notes folded into origami aniCelebrating 20 years of Kabuki, This is the second volume in a complete set of the entire critically acclaimed Kabuki series in large oversize library editions.This edition collects the Kabuki volumes Skin Deep and Metamorphosis Isolated and psychologically tormented, Kabuki s only friend is found in a mystery woman who sends her handwritten notes folded into origami animals Featuring a total of 12 separate issues and collected with loads of extras, this is the next great edition that fans of Mack and Kabuki have been waiting for.

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    1 thought on “Kabuki Library Volume 2

    1. I still love this story. It's intense, mind-bending, ambitious, and well-executed. The artwork is nothing short of astonishing. 4 stars for that. However, there were huge issues in the presentation of that artwork (issues that extended to captions and word balloons). The proportions are completely off, with most images stretched and portions of pages cut. I really don't understand what went wrong. There were issues with the resolution of some of the images, and a fair amount of the lettering nee [...]

    2. I enjoyed reading the second volume of Kabuki but I found that I enjoyed the first more. The second volume really shows Mack's art becoming much more refined and recognizable in his signature style. I just felt the writing was very dreamlike and fluid which left me feeling a little confused and lost in what was really going on. That was clearly purposeful and as Mack's art beautifully reflected that dream like quality. However for me it left me wishing, as a personal choice, that some things had [...]

    3. 4.5 starsThis was not like anything I've read before. I loved the first volume but this second one was even deeper and mind blowing. We penetrate Kabuki's mind in the most intimate way. We finally get to know her truly. He reliashionship with Akemi is what makes this book so amazing in my opinion. I think David Mack manage to describe a unique reliashionship using his weird graphic ways and writing skills in a perfect manner. I'm now very impatient to know what will become of Kabuki and Akemi. A [...]

    4. Beautiful art, kickass heroine. But a little creepy with the sexualization of her postures in traumatic situations.

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