Joshua Hale Fialkov

Purveyor of sheer awesomeness.

Joshua Hale Fialkov is the Harvey, Eisner, and Emmy Award nominated writer of graphic novels, animation, video games, film, and television, including:

THE LIFE AFTER, THE BUNKER, PUNKS, ELK'S RUN, TUMOR, ECHOES, KING, PACIFIC RIM, THE ULTIMATES, I, VAMPIRE, and JEFF STEINBERG CHAMPION OF EARTH. He's also written for NBC's CHICAGO MED and SYFY's upcoming INCORPORATED.

Photograph by Heidi Ryder

News and Things

Ah... November slips away,  Just wrapped up the last work for hire for the year (it's for Marvel, and I'm really looking forward to everybody seeing it), and put the finishing touches on a few other projects includind the Manga for Seven Seas Entertainment, the Wildstorm comic, and the 4th Volume of Princess Resurrection.  My plan is to spend December doing 'personal development' on a couple of creator owned projects I'd like to get going for early next year.   I'm finally getting the hang of having a balance of work that pays the bills and makes me happy. Speaking of which... the Punks Christacular is on it's way to stores, with an estimated ship date of the 2nd week of December.  I just sent out preview PDF's to critics and friends and if you'd like one, just drop me an e-mail.

In other things I done did... I redid Christina's Ann Dvorak site (http://www.anndvorak.com) with Wordpress and some Gallery plugins.  I think it turned out pretty good, and is worth checking out.  I'd bet there'll be some wedding pictures added on there relatively soon... which I'll link to.

Married life is everything it's cracked up to be, especially when married to the coolest chick in town.

There's a few other projects (including the aforementioned Marvel, Seven Seas,  and Wildstorm books) that'll be announced soon, one of which is a collaboration with screenwriting superstar Mark Wheaton for one of my favorite publishers.  Next years going to be very kickass.

Oh, also on Punks... once the pesky WGA strike is over, there's going to be some super cool news... something that Kody and I have been chomping at the bit to get going on... but the strike came in before the contracts could close, and while the strike doesn't strictly get in the way of the project... we decided we'd rather be supportive of the strikers (at least two of which are my best friends) than start work.

So there ya go.  Keep on smilin'.