Archives for: October 2011
Lunching with Syd…

There are moments in any writer’s life that stand out, and will stay with them for years, if not decades. The time Stan Lee grabbed my shoulder and said ’son’ is one of them. The day I visited Al Capone’s grave with Terrance Dicks is another, as I’d been reading his books since I was, well, able to read. The day I did a [&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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A Writer’s Regeneration…

So this weekend was the finale of Doctor Who, and a fine one it was, too. And just as one series ends, so too must another. IDW Publishing have announced that I am leaving the ongoing Doctor Who comic from issue 12, and that Eisner nominated I, Vampire writer Joshua Hale Fialkov would be following me for a four part arc. This hasn’t been an easy decision [&hellip

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