Saturday, October 10, 2020


CGC is hosting a very special, private signing event with an amazing group of creators.  (And me, too!)  If you're interested in having your books signed, 
click on over here.

Friday, October 9, 2020


Today would have been John Lennon's 80th birthday. Forty years here, forty years gone. Astonishing—and still so very sad.

Anyone who's followed this blog (and my career) knows that Lennon remains my one true rock and roll hero. (For further proof, just read this.) His music is more alive, more vibrant, more urgent and necessary today than ever before.

Happy birthday, John.  Shine on.

Thursday, October 1, 2020


I had a great conversation with James Enstall of Geek To Me Radio—covering everything from my first TV sale to Deathstroke: Knights & Dragons and my Imagination 101 writing workshop—and you can listen to it right here.

Sunday, September 20, 2020


Today's the birthday of the late, great Steve Gerber, one of the best—and, for me, most influential—writers to ever work in comics.  I could go on and on about the unique power of Gerber's work, but, instead, I'll point you to this post I wrote a few years back.

His voice is missed now more than ever.

Thursday, September 17, 2020


Here's a shameless plug for the upcoming Batman: Death in the Family Blu-ray, which includes two shorts I wrote ("Death," bringing Neil Gaiman's Sandman character to animated life, and "Adam Strange"—from a story by director Butch Lukic).  Along with the title short adapting the classic Batman tale and a Phantom Stranger adventure, the disc also include a Sgt. Rock short (written by Tim Sheridan and Walt and Louise Simonson) that features the Creature Commandos—one of the very first series I ever created, wayyyy back in my early days at DC.

Batman: Death in the Family will be out in October.  End of shameless plug!

Wednesday, September 9, 2020


I've been doing my Imagination 101 writing workshops for some years now and I'm very excited to finally be bringing it online this November.  It's two weekends, ten hours, of exploring the worlds of imagination, from the practical to the metaphysical.  Hop over to my workshops page for more info and to register!

Tuesday, September 8, 2020


Star Trek warped onto our television screens for the first time 54 years ago today.

This is the speech that defines it all:  written by Trek creator Gene Roddenberry, delivered with passion and power by the great William Shatner.

Live long and prosper!