This week I have worked, as Homer Simpson would say, like a Japanese beaver. Among other things, I did the following:
* Finished the script for the first issue of the new series of "Death, Jr." comic books. That will now go to Ted Naifeh so he can start working his magic pencilling, inking and coloring the sequential art. Meanwhile, the cover art is currently being produced by the very talented Dan Brereton. I've seen the first sketches and it looks absolutely great.
* Finished up the latest draft of REAPER, on which I hopefully will have some very exciting news to report soon.
* Wrote up treatments for three (count 'em!) different movies, all very different and interesting projects. One is a re-invention of a world-famous movie hero franchise to which I am attached to write, one is an original horror/thriller to be pitched to producers next week, and the third is for a big-budget movie remake of a popular TV show that I loved as a kid and would kill to write as a grown-up. We'll find out soon if the producers like my take on it.
* Started working on an idea for an off-the-wall comedy which I'm pretty excited about. I pitched the idea to my managers, and they immediately asked me if I was high. I must be on the right track...