Following are some examples of my published writing:
Star Trek: Shinsei Shinsei
Story Title: ORPHANS
When editor Aaron Suhr asked me if I had any ideas for the Star Trek manga, I tried not to leap out of my seat. I love mixing universes as long as each stays true to itself and I thought it would be cool to pit the primary manga space vehicle against the Enterprise. I was unbelivably fortunate to have EJ Su illustrate this story... he is a fabulous artist and a brilliant storyteller! This was reprinted in a collected edition released by Tokyopop and as part of a massive Star Trek Graphic Novels collection in 2019.
Star Wars: Return of the Jedi Cine-Manga adapatation
A retelling of the original Star Wars trilogy using frames grabbed from the films themselves. It was great fun to go through this entire film frame-by-frame. This movie gave us Jabba the Hutt, our first look at a Jedi in action, speeder-bikes and the biggest space-battle we'd ever seen.
Marvel Super Heroes Magazine
Writing features and creating activities for a youth-oriented magazine for global release. Wrote most of the copy for at least seven issues.
Phineas and Ferb Magazine
Writing features and creating activities for at least ten issues of a youth-oriented magazine for global release.
Marvel Illustrated Swimsuit Magazine (Attilan)
There was an internal contest at Marvel to come up with a location within the Marvel Universe for each year's swimsuit edition. I didn't realize that making the winning suggestion would mean I got to write copy for the issue as well. It was an interesting project and I loved getting to be a part of a project with so much beautiful artwork.
Story Title: THIS MAN, THIS MEAL
Humor story in which She-Hulk battles a supermarket full of re-animated food. If you like food puns, sink your teeth into this one! (See what I did there?)
Wrote product descriptions for hundreds of products in an online store (samples available on request).
Article: A lively account of the death of a dot-com (full text available on request)
Wrote skits and live ads for Marvel convention programming, including TUFF TALK, a talk show co-hosted by Wolverine and Lobo (two characters who couldn't go more than a minute or two without breaking into a fight).