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Genre-meld feature – Unforgiven meets An American Werewolf in London. Tone: tongue-in-cheek, w/good scares and some of my favorite bits of dialogue.
Feature buddy comedy – TITLE: Two Boobs – Tone: Forgetting Sarah Marshall.
Feature comedy spec called “perfect” and “screen ready” by Weinstein (sadly, this was just before they ran out of money and had their re-org).
Superman feature concept Solicited treatment by the production co. (before calling in that Nolan guy…)
Horror Franchise Feature – FEAR EVERYTHING – low-budget horror franchise. I decided horror films needed a Ripley – so consider this a sort of origin, as the female lead’s arc is all about her gaining strength.
Arkham Asylum vs. The Aliens (approved by DC/Dark Horse but unpublished)
Superman out-of-continuity mini-series (TREATMENT)
My take on Amazing Spider-Man’s “One More Day”:
Amazing Spider-Man 545: One More Day, part 4 (redux)
Amazing Spider-Man 546: Just Another Day
Amazing Spider-Man 547: Spider-Man vs. SHIELD or HOW I LEARNED TO STOP WORRYING & LOVE OL’ SHELLHEAD
Amazing Spider-Man 548: It’s a Jungle in Here, Part 1
Amazing Spider-Man 549: It’s a Jungle in Here, Part 2
Amazing Spidey 550 (part 1): It’s a Jungle in Here, Part 3
Amazing Spidey 550 (part 2)
Marvel Samples Requested by Myriad Marvel Editors:
The following essays are from my book “72 People I’ve Met On The Subway”: