Check out BattlinMurdock's newest screenplay, The Good and The Ready for a tale of vigilantism, apocalyptic doom, and a study of faith, religion, and belief from the eyes of a new street-wise hero, a determined local pastor, and the girl merely trying to find her identity in the chaos.
In the vein of Sam Mendes' dark, noir CBM Road to Perdition and The Wolverine director James Mangold's 3:10 to Yuma, here's BattlinMurdock's opening scene for his Western, Triumph!
Check out BattlinMurdock's dream Daredevil film cast and crew, set in the 1970s!
It's arrived! You already saw the sizzle trailer for The Man Without Fear, now check out Splenda's trailer for the fan-favorite sequel Speak of the Devil!
Check out the newest poster for BattlinMurdock's Spider-Man series, collectively called In The Eight Months, produced by the famed Bobby Fernando!
Check out this awesome sizzle reel trailer, edited by CMB user Splenda for fellow CMB user BattlinMurdock's full-length feature script!
Check out the intro to what I'm not sure will end up either a film or graphic novel yet. "1 Girl. 34,500 Cops. And odds are, you'll be the one to find her."
A few writing tips that may help aspiring writers in future endeavors. Also, share your tips here, too! Nobody knows it all! Everyone can learn!
Two CBM users have joined forces through the power of the Internet! Check out Jolt17's fantastic posters for BattlinMurdock's Daredevil trilogy..
My final Spidey short film! So, where exactly was Spider-Man during the final events of Born Again?
Spidey battles quite the shocking foe in my newest short film!
Mary Jane Watson's introduction into the short Spidey films I've been penning that take place between Speak of the Devil and Born Again!
What's this, I see? Peter Parker decides to join forces with another spandex-y red fella who fights in New York's streets. Whoever could that be?
My next script endeavor will follow Spider-Man as he takes on his rouges gallery of villains without following the linear progression of a set story. Check out the next chapter here!
I'm looking to see if Spider-Man is a hero I'd like to develop a screenplay for. Throw me your thoughts with this off-the-cuff "promo" of the style, tone, and direction of my "Spider-Man."