Jim Beck is a freelance writer who resides in Burbank, California with his loving wife, adoring son, and cute little dog named Monster. He has written for the Cartoon Network show Pink Panther and Pals, produced a short zombie film and independent feature film, and is currently awaiting the release of his first direct-to-DVD film.
In his spare time, he enjoys watching movies, having open-heart surgery (though it was not his choice), playing video games, and searching the universe hoping to find more spare time.
If you have any corrections, compliments, insults, or are a king in need of getting money into the United States, you may contact the writer at email@example.com. He promises to answer each and every e-mail he receives.
Please visit www.blackroostercreations.com for more details on his upcoming projects.
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Against his better judgement, FBI agent Mitch Goodman joins forces with an L.A. detective to investigate a series of murders where the victims appear to have been torn apart by an invisible force. Mitch soon focuses his efforts on a hitman who seems to possess a supernatural ability that allows him to remotely kill his victims. But as he delves deeper, what he discovers is much more sinister.
Virgil: A Superhero Tale
Stripped of his superhero status due to violent tendencies, Virgil has been banished to his hometown to live out what remains of his now humdrum, boring life.
But upon saving a young girl from a killer, he realizes that he can no longer abide by the agreement he made with the government. With no powers and a girl to protect, he sets out to reclaim his former glory as the city's lone vigilante.
"I love a good zombie yarn..." -- Jonathan Maberry, NY Times bestselling author. Summary: After an experimental procedure involving nanotechnology to fix a brain tumor goes awry, Robert Forrester finds himself slowly turning into a zombie. Told from the point of view of the zombie virus itself, this is the story of a single father, his son, and a zombie outbreak.