Category: Comics
Also Known As – Screenplay and GN Announced…

Apologies for the late posting of this, but with recent announcements and workloads, I’ve been lax in updating. But this is a doozy. About 18 months back I was hired to re write an existing IP for a production company, a screenplay called Also Known As. They also wanted to build a full transmedia franchise, so we always knew that [&hellip

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It’s Never Too Late…

So last week, The Thrill List did one of their posts on ‘people who didn’t accomplish anything until their were in their 30s’, showing again that some of the people that have accomplished the most in their lives didn’t start until late into them – and it reminded me of some things I’ve been saying in schools of late. One thing I [&hellip

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The Crossover That Never Was…

So with ATOP THE FOURTH WALL revisiting the Star Trek: TNG / Doctor Who crossover, I’ve had a sudden surge of activity on my Twitter and my Facebook page, asking things like ‘why did you only do four episodes’, ‘why didn’t you use DS9’ and ‘What about Clara?’ Well, the fact of the matter is that by the time I [&hellip

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52 Pickup – The Movie…

Over a decade ago, back in early 2004 in fact, I had an idea for a six issue mini series. Entitled 52 Pickup, it was a ‘Battle Royale’ of Super villains, all fighting each other in a ‘last man standing’ fight for an item of unimaginable power. I spoke with Mark Paniccia at Marvel about it, but nothing ever happened. [&hellip

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That Was The Year That Was…

So the year draws to a close, and with it a roller-coaster ride of a career path, which has slowly made the transition from comics to film and television, while also moving me into the world of reluctant reader novels. I’ve made some new, amazing friends, reconnected with old ones and I’ve lost people along the way, but at the end [&hellip

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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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Amanda Hocking’s HOLLOWS…

So a year ago, I mentioned that I was both enhancing and adapting a series of comics based on Amanda Hocking’s million selling zombie novel Hollowland for Dynamite Comics. Today I learned that the first two issues of this are now available to download on Amazon, Comixology and Dark Horse Digital, with the first issue downloadable for free. I’m massively proud [&hellip

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