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Order of 5ive: Season Two: Episode Eleven: Rogue Part I

In the first installment of this three-part season finale, Senator Aldridge fires up his presidential campaign while secretly operating a black-ops program to create a group of super soldiers based on hypernatural DNA. In attempt to foil his plans, King sends Diamond and Jack to the Mojave Desert to locate the Bunker, a super secret underground government-run testing facility. But, when Riker reports that scientists are experimenting on children without resignation, King calls in West Coast Ace and Clubs as backup and sends his team of misfits on a mission to locate and infiltrate Bunker in order to discover the truth.

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Order of 5ive: Season Two: Episode Ten: Bright Eyes

When Senator Aldridge forces King to aid the New York City police in solving a crime that involves a criminal who has the ability to put his victims into a coma, King knows there's a hidden agenda. But, what the 5ive uncover from the alleged criminal proves far worse than what King initially expected. Now, they must decide whether to save the "criminal" from an inevitable death at the hands of the Senator, or turn their backs on the truth.

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Order of 5ive: Season Two: Episode Seven: Furlough

Distraught over the fact that his own team disboeyed his command to reject Riker's vaccine, King begins to regain control in his own way. First rule of order: put the East Coast 5ive on furlough. The five accept and set off to different parts of the word—Heart to China, Ace to LA, Joker off to see his autistic brother, and Jack and Diamond off on a secret lovers' getaway to an Indian reservation. What they don't know is that King is busy planning; planning to usurp Presidential candidate Senator Aldridge's control of the Order.

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I Need a Name For the Main Character in My Next Trilogy!

Thor, Captain America, Hulk, Iron Man, Avengers, X-Men, Fantastic Four, Ghost Rider, Spider-Man, Batman, Green Lantern, Punisher, Superman, phew, I’ve seen a lot of superhero movies. With all these superhero movies, how could I go wrong with writing a superhero trilogy? BTW- Fantastic Four totally sucked for me. I LOVED them, but I think they made the movies too hokey. The team should’ve been tougher like the X-Men.

Anyhoo, that’s what I am doing, writing a sort of superhero trilogy. Yes, I’ve hinted at my new series and that’s what I am deep into writing at the moment. But come on, it’s me, I can’t just write a superhero movie book series about some guy in tight blue spandex with a continual smile on his face. Nope, mine’s gotta be a super femme for one, with a sneer and hot temper, and it’s gotta be dark like the Werecat Saga, which means she’s gotta be some sort of monster mutant or something. Don’t worry, she won’t be vampire, mummy, zombie, werewolf, or werecat for that matter… I’ve already sailed that ship.

My superhero is someone cool and she’s as tough as Max from Dark Angel, Selene from Underworld, and like a female version of Eric Drave from The Crow. (Gosh Brandon Lee was soooooo hot.) And I’ve figured out exactly what she is, how she came to be and whose butt she gets to kick. This new series doesn’t take you across the US, it’s more centralized to one area and I won’t have tons of monsters in it. But, as I think about her, I get chills; she’s the baddest, most unlikely superhero you can imagine. And if you continue to read my blog posts, I may just hint at what she is.

Now, I need your help. I need a name for my girl, and for once I am drawing a blank. If any of my two fans are reading this, and you have an idea for a name, tweet it to me. Hey, it could even be YOUR real name. If I like it, I’ll use it, and I’ll even send you free copies right before each book is released. Of course, I've got to okay it with Daniel and Jaime, but those two are pushovers, ;)

So, gimme a name and it may just be the name of the main character in my next trilogy!


Avengers Assemble

I can't express how much of a thrill it is to finally see these comic book movies in such splendor on the big screen. As a kid collecting comic books (X-Men, Spider-Man, Batman, Justice League, etc.), I never imagined a day like this, where I'd be able to see my beloved characters come to life over and over again in unique and interesting ways. Sure there were movies made back in the day, but mainly the low-budget variety. Early Spider-Man, Captain America, and Punisher films failed to capture the essence of the comic books and they sank at the box office or never debuted there in the first place.

Now here we are, with Sam Raimi's Spider-Man behind us, Chris Nolan's Batman saga wrapping up, and Joss Whedon's Avengers taking serious root. I'm a kid in a major candy store! The success of these movies only emboldens fanboys like me to keep cranking out stories in an attempt to propel this collective machine forward. To see them all succeed is important, because for far too long us geeks have been put out to pasture or left on the sidelines to stew while other genres were getting their due. Now our day has come, and our heroes are getting their moment in the sun! And in the biggest way possible, what with all the record-breaking Avengers has and is doing.

I'm already so inspired I've come up with a half dozen new tales Gordon and I will push through 711 Press in the coming years, once they're tweaked and refined and such. I'll keep you posted.