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Steve Waterhouse
When Lucifer finally incurs the brunt of God’s wrath and is locked away in the 10th circle of Hell, who will they find to replace him? Why, an idealistic pro-bono lawyer from Boston, of course! Rated PG-13 for naughty words and some situations.

Henry VIII
The story of a praying mantis who just wants to fall in love without getting his head bitten off. Set to the rollicking tunes of Herman’s Hermits! Rated PG for a few implications.

We Are Golden: The Boy Who Knew Too Much
Bill Brown is a middle-aged schoolteacher who is plagued by daydreams that are growing more and more invasive. What do they mean for his life? What do they mean for his wife? And who is the mysterious woman he keeps seeing in them? Based on, and with music from, the album by Mika. Rated PG-13 for situations.

Spud Russell 1&2: “November Rain” & “Thank God I’m a Country Boy”
In an alternate present, a draft-dodger with half a foot makes his way through a divided America in the hopes of connecting his family, finding love, and finding purpose. Rated PG13 for situations

Ashley & Will
Above a Latino grocery in the Bronx, a boy named Ashley and a girl named Will become serendipitous roommates and the strangest of friends. Told in installments to a mutual friend shooting a documentary. Rated R for language and situations.

Welcome to the Space Marina
In the world of Star Trek, where brave and bold captains save the universe everyday… what is it like for the average, workaday guy? Rated PG for language.

The Adventures of Johnny Faa
What does the Immortal “King of The Gypsies” do when he’s contracted by the US government for time travel experiments? Pretty much whatever the hell he wants. Rated R for language, violence, situations… pretty much all of Johnny.

Rogues’ Gallery – Book 1                               Rogues’ Gallery – Book 2

Rogues’ Gallery – Book 3

Rogues’ Gallery – Christmas Special

 I’m a sucker for the farcical, screwball romantic comedies of Japan, so I wrote a bunch of the silly stuff. My wife’s personal favorite series that she still bothers me to continue. Rated PG-13 for situations

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Child of the 80s, family of the 70s, parents of the 60s