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Monthly Archives: November 2012

Greg Pak talks about being Asian American and how it affects his work


By Greg Pak
A few months ago, I participated in a panel discussion organized by CYJO, the creator of the Kyopo Project, a series of portraits of Korean Americans. CYJO has posted a clip from the panel discussion in which I talk for a while about being Asian American and how it affects my writing and filmmaking.
Enjoy — and click here for more about the Kyopo Project.

Bleeding Cool says nice things about “X-Treme X-Men”

An excerpt from Louis Falcetti’s “A Crisis in Multiple Books”:

Greg Pak has been quietly writing the most fun and most readable X-book for six issues now with X-Treme X-men where a band of reality displaced X-men travel the multiverse with an Xavier head in a jar, killing evil Xaviers. More like “They Keep Killing Xavier!” amirite?

Read the whole thing here!

Cheap Greg Pak “Incredible Hulk” comics at Comixology today!

A bunch of my “Incredible Hulk” comics are on sale in digital form for 99¢ a pop at Comixology today!
For a fun, romantic, super-spy romp, I recommend the “Spy Who Smashed Me” storyline, issues #626-629.
Check it out.

Rave review for “X-Treme X-Men” #1-5

Josef Fleming at ComicsBulletin says incredible nice things about “X-Treme X-Men,” the reality-hopping, Dazzler-starring Marvel comic book series written by Greg Pak. Here’s a taste:

It’s got the sense of joy that Wolverine & the X-Men has, while still having the sense of Urgency and importance that books like Uncanny Avengers has. The humor doesn’t override the book, to turn it into a farce, the dark mission doesn’t take over and create a snuff book and the pathos doesn’t turn everything into a snore-fest. It’s walking a fine line between genres, but so far, it’s walking it perfectly.

Read the whole thing here.

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