about the author

To speak openly (and, more importantly, in the Third Person), Bryan is a Wondernaut/fairweather Fictionary who has written for the CW's (formerly the WB's) "Smallville," staffed on seasons eight, nine and ten. Bryan has also penned the third volume of DC Comics' "Batgirl." He is currently writing "Smallville Season 11" for DC Comics, as well secret things for secret companies, organizations and publishers.

It should also be made clear that he has almost never seen a Frankenstein.

curriculum vitae

Donuts are awesome and I like to eat them.  I would like people to know where they can find donuts worth eating.

Friday
Jan182013

THE KICKSTARTER IS L-I-V-E!!!

Goodness, gracious. The flips my stomach is doing can only mean one thing. I've finally pushed the "launch" button on KICKSTARTER. So, after all this build up, what IS "Earthward"?

A full-color, ALL-AGES (7+), 110-page graphic novel celebrating adventure, exploration and family. IN SPACE!

Curious? CLICK HERE to head straight over to the Kickstarter page.

Funding incentives include the following (and are going fast):

Pencil and ink, any character, from anything, commissions (9x12) by MARCIO TAKARA - PERE PEREZ - CAT STAGGS - DUSTIN NGUYEN - JAMAL IGLE - KELLEY JONES - MARCUS TO - all in addition to getting the actual book and some goodies.

Marcio and I are very proud of the work we've been doing on it, and sincerely hope you'll help us complete funding and make the book a reality!

 

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