David Mack, (October 7, 1972, Cincinnati, OH – )

Mack, the son of a musician and first-grade teacher, is a world-renowned artist and comic-book writer. He graduated from Ludlow High School in 1990 and Northern Kentucky University in 1995 with a BFA. Mack has worked on Marvel Comic’s Daredevil series and numerous other projects, both of his creation and others. But his most noted work is his semi-autobiographical Kabuki graphic novels. The nature and media of Mack’s work, hand-painted and collage-based, has earned him nominations for five International Eagle Awards, six Eisner Awards, and both the Kirby and Harvey awards for best new talent. Mack currently lives in Bromley, Kentucky.

Works Available at KCPL

Kabuki 741.5973 K11m

Young Dracula: Diary of a Vampire – KR 741.5973 F828y

 

References

Barb, Brandon. “Kabuki Creator Discusses Career,” The Northerner, October 13, 2011.
Mack, David. Interview by James C. Claypool, February 9, 2007, Bromley, KY.
Samples, Karen. “Artist Living in Quiet Fame,” KE, August 2, 1998.

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