Kabuki Volume 2: Dreams

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Image Comics, Dec 10, 2002 - Women - 128 pages
116 Reviews
The epilogue to Kabuki: Circle of Blood, Kabuki: Dreams is a mix of Japanese mythology and a modern near death experience. A woman dies and has a vision of the afterlife in which she is visited by her dead mother. She returns to life with a new sense of resolution and purpose. The story is told with fully painted artwork.

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Beautiful art work!!! - Goodreads
The imagery and evocation are beautiful. - Goodreads
Plot-wise, nothing much happens. - Goodreads

Review: Kabuki, Vol. 2: Dreams (Kabuki #2)

User Review  - Jessica Bingham - Goodreads

Beautiful art work!!! This book picks up where Vol. 1 left off, Kabuki is bleeding on her mother's grave. We are transported into the world of dreams/death. The book ends with her and her mother having a conversation and Kabuki is being called back to life in a hospital. Read full review

Review: Kabuki, Vol. 1: Circle of Blood (Kabuki #1)

User Review  - LiteraryLover - Goodreads

I really wanted to like the Kabuki series. I'd read the Scarab book first and loved it. David Mack's art is phenomenal. However I just couldn't get into the main Kabuki issues. I just wanted to stare at David Mack's art. Read full review

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About the author (2002)

David Mack is the author of numerous Star Trek books, including Wildfire, A Time to Kill, A Time to Heal, Warpath and the critically and fan acclaimed series Star Trek: Destiny. With Marco Palmieri, he developed the Star Trek Vanguard series, for which he has written two novels, Harbinger and Reap the Whirlwind.

His other novels include the Wolverine espionage adventure Road of Bones, and his first original novel, The Calling, will publish in July 2009.

Before writing books, Mack co-wrote with John J. Ordover the Star Trek: Deep Space Nine fourth-season episode ?Starship Down? and the story treatment for the series' seventh-season episode ?It's Only a Paper Moon.?

An avid fan of Canadian progressive-rock trio Rush, Mack has attended shows in all of their concert tours since 1982.

Having recently fled corporate servitude, Mack now resides in a secret location with his wife, Kara. Learn more about him and his wo

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