David Mack’s Kabuki turns 25 this year, with a new Omnibus edition


25 years in July, comics creator David Mack released Kabuki to comic stores readers, giving a new escape visually and creatively through his unique style of storytelling. It would continue with critical acclaim, spanning multiple series and some spinoffs. The Kabuki series will be reprinted in a 400-page Dark Horse published Omnibus collection. Its first volume is set for this coming December.

Kabuki is the long running multi-series spanning of a young woman, code name “Kabuki”, who struggles with her identity in a near-future Japan. Working as an operative for a clandestine government agency known as “The Noh,” Kabuki neutralizes dangerous individuals before they become national-level threats, but when the agency she works for is compromised, Kabuki’s personal quest sends her down a difficult path to her own self-discovery, that may bring her in direct conflict with the powers she formerly served.

The origin, the foundation of the story…The very beginning of the acclaimed series created by David Mack. Kabuki Omnibus: Volume 1 collects the first two original Kabuki volumes: Circle of Blood and Dreams in an easy to read trade paper back…loaded with extras! Cover gallery, commentary, new art & text…The perfect book for fans of Mack, his beloved series, and brand-new Kabuki readers.

Kabuki Omnibus: Volume 1 goes on sale for $29.99 on December 11, 2019, at better comic and book stores everywhere. For more info, visit www.darkhorse.com.

One thought on “David Mack’s Kabuki turns 25 this year, with a new Omnibus edition

  1. Mack: I think it’s kind of like that idea you say where both realities exist simultaneously, right? Because you can feel that way and you can know the truth one minute, and then all of a sudden something can surprise you and someone that you least expect can explain to you what ripple effect you had in their world and their actions which was very important to them and very important to their life. And I imagine as a parent, it might be a similar thing. You might have to say something over and over and over and then all of a sudden I bet Ash will surprise you about something you have ingrained into him.


Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.