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"Secrets and Lies," Cloaks #4
"What They Do," Steed and Mrs. Peel #11
“Lucy’s Loophole” and “Be It Ever So Humble,” Peanuts #10
"Ballroom Dance Fu," Steed and Mrs. Peel #4
"Fearless," Batman 80-page Giant


Pitches, etc.


Steed and Mrs. Peel series pitch




Steed and Mrs. Peel #7 - 8 were originally going to be a two-partner about suicide (see series pitch above), but at the last minute the original script to #7 was rejected (perhaps correctly—the tone was much bleaker than the rest of the series and Steed and Mrs. Peel should always have some humor to it. I was processing a lot of my feelings about Sandy Hook and similar shootings in that script). I rewrote it, removed much of the darker imagery, and condensed the story to one issue. This is the unpublished first version:
         ","  Steed & Mrs. Peel #7

These Peanuts story pitches were accepted but never made. I'm sorry not to have written a little red-haired girl story.

Noel Tuazon drew both my early self-published comics (Paper Cuts and Redchapel), and a few other things that never saw the light of day. I wrote Redchapel #2 as two distinct stories to be intercut later, and the first one was drawn. Noel and I also started a one-shot called Today about a man and his giant neighbors on the last day of the world.
          "," Redchapel #2