The perfect team 


Jeffrey Marvin

Jeffrey Marvin is a writer specializing in historical fiction, science fiction, and action/adventure. He has published two graphic novels, Cycle’s End and Rise of the Outlanders, both with artists, writers, and editors from the comics collective he helped to found, Cave Drawing Ink. The author of eight original feature film scripts, including four with writing partner Benjamin Soreff, Jeff’s trademarks  include rich characters with legendary backgrounds and iconic struggles. In addition, he has developed a serial comic, Samurai of the Plains, addressing the nineteenth-century Western fascination with Japanese culture; and written Grave Soldiers, a screenplay and now comics adaptation that mixes political satire and action with a hint of horror. He is currently at work on another comic series in association with Andaway comics called the Virgin Killers. He is also interested in adapting historical fiction.

Educated at the University of North Carolina School of the Arts where he earned a B.F.A. in film, Jeff has experience in production, screenwriting, and film sales and marketing. He worked in television production in New York City before moving to film distribution at Paramount, Overture,  Relativity Media and now has moved across the country to work for Sony Pictures. Jeff lives in Sherman Oaks, CA with his family.


Tamar Marvin

Web designer extraordinaire, she knits, she sews, she is a mother of three, and if that wasn't enough, she has a doctorate in Medieval Jewish Studies. The microphone has been dropped. 


J. Mill

Jill is originally from NYC where she worked for Loews Cineplex Entertainment in film buying, and now resides in Los Angeles where she has been for the past 6 years.  She most recently worked for Sony Pictures Entertainment in film distribution for 3.5 years. Jill is a writer and cartoonist, who enjoys many genres of film, comics and television.  Her favorite decade of film, movies, television, cartoons and music is the 80’s! She has a passion for all things 80’s and will be focusing on this type of entertainment content on the blog.