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Monthly Archives: November 2010

Comics Written by Greg Pak Vision Machine

Submit a letter-to-the-editor TODAY, get free advance copy of “Vision Machine” #2

Issue #2 of “Vision Machine,” Greg Pak’s newest sci fi comic book series, will be released online next week. But here’s your chance to get a special advance PDF of the book THIS week!
All you have to do is send a letter-to-the-editor TODAY to vm at pakbuzz dot com — include “OKAY TO PRINT” in the email to allow us to publish the letter in “Vision Machine” #2.
To read the first issue of “Vision Machine,” visit or
A few press clips:

“Pak is absolutely on fire here… Meanwhile, RB Silva is creating some of the most intricate and well rounded art of his career.”
“Somewhere on the cynicism scale between Warren Ellis and Cory Doctorow, Greg Pak creates a story that makes you reexamine your iPhones and Twitter feeds, wondering, just whose future are they truly benefiting?”
“Book of the Week” honors from Awesomed By Comics – “Vision Machine” discussion begins around 1:05:40
Awesomed By Comics
Big interview with Comics Alliance about the book’s Creative Commons distribution license and giving it away for free.

Comics Written by Greg Pak Vision Machine goes live!

The “Vision Machine” comic book now has its own dedicated website at! Check it out!

Amadeus Cho Comics Written by Greg Pak Hulk

Amadeus Cho teases centaur images from “Incredible Hulks” #617 on Twitter

Fictional character Amadeus Cho has posted three pages from “Incredible Hulks” #617 on his Twitter account. The pages appear to depict Cho and Bruce Banner, aka the Incredible Hulk, confronting centaurs. “Incredible Hulks” hits comic book stores on November 24.
Centaurs + Beer = Whuh-oh. From "Incredible Hulks" ... on Twitpic Reasons 2, 3, and 4 I don't like centaurs. From "In... on Twitpic Reason 437 I like the Hulk. From "Incredible Hulks"... on Twitpic

Comics Written by Greg Pak Vision Machine

“Vision Machine” beta site up – check it out!

A fancy new beta site for “Vision Machine” is up at Please check it out — and Tweet your comments or suggestions to @gregpak!


2010.10.23 – Greg Pak in Philly! “Mister Green,” comic book signing, “A Conversation with Greg Pak” at the PAAFF

UPDATE: FREE USB drives containing issue #1 of Greg Pak’s “Vision Machine” comic will be given out at the Brave New Worlds signing and “A Conversation with Greg Pak” event!

Filmmaker and comic book writer Greg Pak hits Philadelphia for three big events on Saturday, October 23. Here’s the full, updated schedule!

1:00 to 3:00 pm
The Philadelphia Asian American Film Festival screens Greg Pak’s award-winning short film “Mister Green” at 1 pm in “Shorts Program 2: Visions” at the Asian Arts Initiative, 1219 Vine Street. Click here for full details.

3:30 to 4:30 pm
Greg Pak signs comics at Brave New Worlds, 45 N. 2nd Street.

6:00 to 7:30 pm
The PAAFF awards Pak a special award at a FREE program entitled “A Conversation with Greg Pak” at the Ibrahim Theater at the International House (3701 Chestnut St). Here’s the info from the official website:

PAAFF is excited to present a free special event with Greg Pak, award-winning director of “Robot Stories” and Marvel Comics writer (“Hulk”). Greg will be in attendance for live Q&A and will also be receiving the PAAFF 10 Emerging Voice Award. Moderated by Lorraine Ballard Morrill, Clear Channel Radio


“Vision Machine” #1 nabs Book of the Week honors from Awesomed by Comics

The Awesomed by Comics podcast has chosen “Vision Machine” #1 as one of its Books of the Week!
Click here to listen to the podcast.
The “Vision Machine” discussion begins around 1:05:40.

Amadeus Cho Comics Written by Greg Pak Hercules Pak Talks Comics

Pak Talks Comics: How many issues in “Chaos War”?

A quick edition of Pak Talks Comics to clear up a bit of confusion:
Joseph W.: Hello there Mr. Pak, I like to say that I’m a new fan of you works. I’m currently reading the great Chaos War event. However I noticed an error on the front cover. On the top corner the issue number says that it is issue 3 of 4, yet the prior issues and even in the check list of the Chaos War events says that it is a 5 issue series. Is this a small error and to be ignored or did a scheduling incident occur and you can only do a 4 issue series instead?
Pak: Thanks for the kind words, Joseph! Please rest assured that the “4” is a typo. The series runs for five issues.
Click here to submit your own question to “Pak Talks Comics.”

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