Over Ten Goes To The Movies...
Platinum Studios picks up Myatt Murphy's First
what you have.
got an e-mail that perked me right up for two reasons. First,
it came from Ian Feller, an acquaintance from CrossGen Comics
who disappeared in that company's recent restructuring. He
has resurfaced as a press liaison for Platinum Studios, the
company led by Scott Mitchell Rosenberg that reps a lot of
diverse comics properties in Hollywood, including Men In
Black and Showtime's Jeremiah.
good to hear Ian got a good job, but even better his first
announcement is about another guy who showed Fanboy Planet
kindness in its early days: Myatt
reports that Platinum has picked up characters from Myatt's
first mini-series, Two Over Ten, done before Fade
From Blue appeared on the scene. Adapting one character
for a project called Unleashed, the story is described
in Variety as "The Fugitive meets Firestarter,
(following) a man with an uncontrollable affliction that causes
things he touches to explode."
like the actual mini-series will not be adapted. Rather, it
established a concept for superpowers to run amok in the world
and ended on an extremely open note. (Yes, recently Graphic
Depictions columnist Rob Sparling gave it a
less than glowing review, once again proving that the
surest way for a project to reach success is for us to trash
rate, we're very happy for Myatt's success, and look forward
to our annual standing in the center of the convention floor