I would love to learn from him here in LA! I agree about creating a
graphic novel first.
--- In SciFiNoir_Lit@yahoogroups.com
, "Chris Hayden"
> (More on Grevioux)
> --- In SciFiNoir_Lit@yahoogroups.com, "ravenadal" <ravenadal@>
> > From the September 2008 issue of Ebony magazine:
> > If you are a fan of the vampire/werewolf saga UNDERWORLD, you
> > want to know Kevin Grevioux, its creator. He's the brain behind
> > movie and the personification of the character Raze, a werewolf.
> > Grevioux writes comic books and screenplays. He creats
> > writes their back stoies and sells his ideas to publishers like
> > Marvel, where he writes the book "The New Warriors."
> > After earning a degree in microbiology at Howard University,
> > realized - midway through the first year of grad school - that he
> > didn't really want to be a genetic engineer. Science Fiction was
> > passion, and he had to pursue it.
> > This Los Angeles resident doesn't care that being a sci-fi head
> > a "proper" black career. "Yes, I have "Malcolm Speaks" on my
> > shelf, but I also have 'Man and Superman" by George Bernard
> > says the avid reader. "It shouldn't be looked upon as black sci-
> > I have sci-fi with black characters in them. I just like the
> > and whatever strikes my fancy, that's what I write about."
> > Grevioux's hot tip: "Break into this business by first creating a
> > graphic novel. That way, you own your characters and your story
> > Grevioux came up with his story and then a movie house picked it
> > and hired another writer to work with him.