ABOUT STORYBOARD GRAPHIC NOVELS

   We're graphic novel and comic-book professionals who can help you take advantage of the hottest trend in Hollywood, by turning your screenplay into a published Graphic Novel or Comic.

   We assist screenwriters, directors, producers and actors in bridging the gap between the worlds of publishing and filmed entertainment.

   The number of high-profile films and television programs that were first launched in book form continues to grow. Now your project can be launched as a Graphic Novel or Comic, with story adaptation and art by recognized industry pros.

   Not only will your film/tv project benefit from first being published in book form – but your book will also provide revenues for you from both print and digital sales.




    Storyboard Graphic Novels president Stephen L. Stern is best known as the creator/writer of the indie comic-book Zen Intergalactic Ninja that has sold over three million comics and graphic novels and been licensed for videogames, action figures and numerous other products.

    He is also the creator of Shygirl and Frickin' Butt-Kickin' Zombie Ants, and the author of Beowulf: The Graphic Novel and the A Christmas Carol Graphic Novel, both published by the UK’s AAM Markosia. His other works include Alien Hero, a collection of novellas and stories about Zen, and the upcoming Majestic Comics Graphic Novel.

    Stern is a native of New York and former advertising agency president with clients including Johnson&Johnson, Rosenthal China and The Singer Company. He now lives in Los Angeles, where he has launched Storyboard Graphic Novels, working with several of his longtime friends and associates—who just happen to be some of the highest-profile artists and writers in the industry today.

    Storyboard's Creative Consultant David Raether has had a long career in film and television, as well as magazine publishing.

    An award-winning TV writer/producer, Raether worked on shows for ABC, CW, NBC and CBS, and with studios and production companies such as Warner Brothers, Sony Television, and Castle Rock.

    He has also done extensive work in feature film rewrites. He spent more than four seasons on 'Roseanne', and during his career has worked on shows that won Emmys, Golden Globes and the George Foster Peabody Award.