I've talked a lot in this blog about what John has done, and what our artists have done, but you may be wondering what I've done. Well, the answer is, "Very little." I mean, very little that anyone has read. John and I did the Secret Monkey, and we wrote a little animated web-thing called Guitar Boy, and we wrote a space opera called Star Guards (way before Battlestar Galactica was re-booted), and we wrote something called Super-Mask, and an Avengers send-off called Heroes United. Ok, well, that sounds like a lot, but I swear I haven't done much.
One thing I have done that I'm very proud of is take Andy Schmidt's Comics Experience
Writing Class. The only assignment for the class was to write a fave-page story, and it had to
have a clearly-defined beginning and end, so that it could be a stand
alone story and not just a piece of something else you had written.
Mine came out very well, I feel. In fact, much better than I
anticipated. The class decided to get together and publish an anthology of all of our stories, so we had to hire artists to do this. Naturally, I hired our pal Mark, and he turned around the pages so fast that one of my classmates also hired him, so I was glad to get him the work. Here's a little preview of my story:
here, which also features the spectacular work of Paul Allor, who was probably the only writer in the class better than me. Just kidding. I was better.