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Dynamite Comics
In development as TV Series

Vampirella originally came to Earth as a vengeful angel of death. Human astronauts crash landed on her planet and murdered the love of her life. Vampirella killed them and used their spaceship to come here hellbent to exact a terrible revenge. However, she soon observed that not all humans were evil and that there was much worth protecting. Despite literally thirsting for blood, she changed her way of thinking, vowing never to take a life without good reason.

Vampirella has become (and as of 2022 remains) the longest-running English-language vampire comic book of all time, its latest run, helmed by Christopher Priest (Black Panther), is its most successful yet, with more issues sold in its 50th anniversary than any previous year and it continues to gain momentum in popularity as new readers discover Vampirella’s timely storyline.


by Barbara O’Connor
In Development as Feature Film

A New York Times Bestseller/ Top 10 Middle Grade Paperback. Eleven-year-old Charlie Reese has been making the same secret wish every day since fourth grade. She even has a list of all the ways there are to make the wish, such as cutting off the pointed end of a slice of pie and wishing on it as she takes the last bite. But when she is sent to the Blue Ridge Mountains of North Carolina to live with a family she barely knows, it seems unlikely that her wish will ever come true.

That is until she meets Wishbone, a skinny stray dog who captures her heart, and Howard, a neighbor boy who proves surprising in lots of ways. Suddenly Charlie is in serious danger of discovering that what she thought she wanted may not be what she needs at all.

From award-winning author Barbara O’Connor comes a middle-grade novel about a girl who, with the help of a true-blue friend, a big-hearted aunt and uncle, and the dog of her dreams, unexpectedly learns the true meaning of family in the least likely of places.

Ella Clah

by Aimée and David Thurlo
In Development as Feature Film

Ella Clah is the central character in a series of mystery/police procedural novels by American authors Aimee Thurlo and David Thurlo.

Ella Clah, a Navajo Police special investigator, is one of the most enduring and popular characters in detective fiction today. Ella’s dedicated fans have long dreamed of the bestselling, critically acclaimed series coming to television.

Blackening Song is the debut of Navajo FBI agent Ellah Clah, who returns to the reservation to investigate the murder of her father, a minister. The ritual nature of the killing makes Ella’s brother, a medicine man, the prime suspect. Without cooperation from the tribe, the FBI, or the local police, Ella must plumb the depths of the struggle between traditionalist and modernist forces among the Navajo to find her father’s murderer.


by Kenneth Oppel
In Development as Feature Film

Silverwing is a best-selling children’s novel, written by Kenneth Oppel, first published in 1997 by HarperCollins.

Shade is a young Silverwing bat, the runt of his colony. But he’s determined to prove himself on the long, dangerous winter migration to Hibernaculum, millions of wingbeats to the south. During a fierce storm, he loses the others and soon faces the most incredible journey of his young life.

Desperately searching for a way to rejoin his flock, Shade meets a remarkable cast of characters: Marina, a Brightwing bat with a strange metal band on her leg; Zephyr, a mystical albino bat with a strange gift; and Goth, a gigantic carnivorous vampire bat. But which ones are friends and which ones are enemies? In this epic story of adventure and suspense, Shade is going to need all the help he can find – if he hopes to ever see his family again.

High Moor

by Graeme Reynolds
In Development as Feature Film Trilogy

High Moor: When John Simpson hears of a bizarre animal attack in his old hometown of High Moor, it stirs memories of a long-forgotten horror. He knows the truth. A werewolf stalks the town once more, and on the night of the next full moon, the killing will begin again.

High Moor 2: Moonstruck begins precisely where High Moor left off, and includes the introduction of Connie Hamilton, one of the most ruthless villains in horror fiction to date. John Simpson is in police custody, accused of brutally murdering several people. The love of his life, Maria, is in the morgue, and werewolf hunter Steven is in a coma, stirrings of the beast pulsing through his blood. Teams of werewolves are on their way to High Moor, intent on destroying the evidence and keeping the existence of werewolves hidden. And they will do anything to protect their secret, including their first order of business: killing John Simpson.

High Moor 3: Blood Moon The werewolves have been exposed, and our heroes are hunted, not only by the government that wants to understand and take advantage of their secrets, but by the leaders of the pack who blame them for ripping away the veil of secrecy that had protected the other werewolves. At the same time, people who live ordinary lives—except, you know, for once a month—are now targeted for extermination. And it’s all coming to a head where everything started—the village of High Moor.

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