Category: Vladimir Tod
Vladimir Tod Returns…

A few years ago, I adapted the Heather Brewer Vladimir Tod books into Graphic Novels for Penguin Teen, and then, as is the way with writers, I sat back and waited for a while. Years, in fact, as I realised this week that I started the first adaptation, Eighth Grade Bites, exactly three years ago this month. That came out [&hellip

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Avoid The Slayers…

So this week the first of a series of Vladimir Tod adaptations that I did with Heather Brewer, Eighth Grade Sucks is released as a graphic novel. As a fan of the critically acclaimed and award winning books (and of Heather herself, one of the nicest and most genuine writers in the business) it was an absolute joy to adapt [&hellip

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The Year That Was… And What Will Be…

So. 2012 is finally ending, and the newborn 2013 is already starting to make it’s way around the world as I write this, my summary of the year. A year where I began at my lowest ebb and slowly clawed my way back up. Well, that might be a little melodramatic – after all, I wasn’t ending the year at the [&hellip

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Vladimir Tod – the GN…

Well, it was announced by Heather Brewer on her blog this week, so I can talk about it now – for the last few months I’ve been working with Heather and the guys at Penguin Books USA on adapting all five of her New Tork Times Best Selling List The Chronicles Of Vladimir Todbooks into graphic novels. The first, Eighth Grade Bites was scripted [&hellip

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