I am a writer/musician/composer who lives in Baltimore, MD. I have won two Individual Artist Awards in scriptwriting from the Maryland State Arts Council. My one-act play, "Mr. Mahler Finds a Dollar," won Baltimore's Artscape98 one-act play contest. Other one-act plays include, "After Thoughts," "The Men's Room," and "If God Had Meant for Man to Fly..." My full-length musical, "Spies of Life," is still looking for a producer.
I served one year as Chief Writer for 'Radio Showcase', writing short skits and entertaining advertising for a local radio variety show that aired out of Hagerstown, MD, in 1998. I also wrote restaurant reviews for CitySearch.com and served four (nonconsecutive) terms as president of the Maryland Writers' Association. I am currently working on screenplays.
This comic is worth its weight in dead undead ninjas.
The concept of family and legacy tends to get obscure in the Marvel universe. That's to be expected when there are so many clones, time travelers, and shape-shifting aliens running around. On paper, the idea of a child carrying on the legacy of a parent seems like the most logical and appropriate thing in the world. In the pages of Marvel comics, however, that's just not enough. There has to be some sort of elaborate,…