Greg Pak: Comics

Greg Pak work in silent auction in NYC benefitting Katrina survivors

Signed copies of various Greg Pak work will be on sale Thursday night in New York in a silent auction at an event benefitting Hurricane Katrina survivors. Items include “Robot Stories” posters, a “Robot Stories” DVD, “Warlock” comics, and the “Robot Stories and More Screenplays” paperback. For more details about the event, visit the official website. Basic info follows:

Continue reading Greg Pak work in silent auction in NYC benefitting Katrina survivors on “Marvel Nemesis” Issue 4

“Marvel Nemesis: The Imperfects” Issue 4 hits stands on Wednesday. Here’s an excerpt from the advance review [WARNING: SMALL SPOILERS]:

Pak shows a deft hand for character interaction.
I’m a whore for the Marvel Universe getting together, which is happening more and more lately. I like all the main characters interacting, like they do at DC. And here it’s all the more interesting, because the Marvel characters come from such diverse, disparate backgrounds….
Daredevil flying a Quinjet. What more is there to want? review of “Iron Man: House of M” Issue 2

An excerpt from the ComixFan review:

Based on the story alone, Iron Man: House of M belongs next to Spider-Man: House of M as the mini which uses this reality�s premise most consistently and most interestingly. This is not a Doom or Hulk solo book or a New Avengers/Astonishing X-Men crossover. It�s a book about a racist society and the compromises and dilemmas faced by those trying to survive and/or destroy it. On the strength of his writing here as well as on Phoenix: Endsong Greg Pak deserves to be given a major ongoing title.

Pak and Miyazawa to contribute story to “Amazing Fantasy” Issue 15

Newsarama reports that fifteenth issue of “Amazing Fantasy” will be an anthology featuring “five creative teams coming up with five new characters in five new stories.” Writer Greg Pak and artist Takeshi Miyazawa are contributing an eight page story about a character named Amadeus Cho, aka Mastermind Excello. Other contributing writers include Daniel Way, Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa, Dan Slott, and Robert Kirkman. The book hits stores in November.