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CO Creator / Executive Producer

Kevin M.J. Murphy is an author and entertainment IP creator specializing in Action, Fantasy, Science Fiction and Boys animated and live-action properties. He began his career writing for highly acclaimed independent “Quest Studios Anthology" Comic Series. Has worked as a freelance writer and concept creator for Hasbro Toy Group’s Fantasy Factory, Elric of Melnebone, Wizards Of The Coast, Magic The Gathering. Wrote original screenplay for Ratti Entertainment “Black Salt” feature & created Legend Of New Shaolin animated series. Landed distribution deals with Fox 4Kids & Porchlight Entertainment.

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CO Creator / Executive Producer

M. Nicole Smith has had her hands deep in entertainment and concept development for years.  In 2014 she helped launch the 12 Strong Weeks online writing portal as one of it's site developers and original authors.  She has worked in online publishing and as  concept consultant for 808 Media & Entertainment.  Her years of experience in design and customer engagement  has helped to hone her sense of what entertains and excites.  She is currently assisting in developing several  IP's for television and film for KDS Entertainment.



CO Creator / Executive Producer

A man of many hats, With experience and Hands-on knowledge in consumer products, branding, and business innovation, Deon has provided design direction for the complete range of product concepts and designs for companies such as Lions Gate, Disney, Marvel, DreamWorks, and Fox. Deon got his start in Toy Design working for Kenner / Hasbro and later moved into the entertainment industry creating for, Comics, Toy’s, TV, animation and video games. 



Director / Executive Producer

James Gilmore is the CEO and President of The November Company, a production company based in the Midwest. James founded The November Company in 2013.  James has a proven talent for executive producing and directing film projects.  James has produced and directed over 25 projects from Hollywood, California to his home state of Columbus, Ohio.  James has established The November Company into a full cycle production company that specializes in producing stories through its lifecycle.

James has recently written and directed a documentary that focused on a thriving neighborhood dealing with segregation in the 1960s in Central Ohio.



Director / Producer

 Writer | Producer | Director

Wayne Stamps is a Los Angeles native who is currently writing for former host of The Daily Show, Jon Stewart’s highly anticipated new HBO project. Wayne recently completed writing on Comedy Central’s The Nightly Show with Larry Wilmore, who Wayne also wrote jokes for when Wilmore hosted the 2016 White House Correspondent’s Dinner. The Jon Stewart project marks Wayne’s return to HBO having worked last summer as a Producer on the networks original comedy series Brothers In Atlanta under Lorne Michael’s Broadway Video. Wayne is also Supervising Producer for BET’s award winning comedy series Real Husbands of Hollywood starring Kevin Hart. Wayne sold an animated comedy series to BET entitled The Common Family starring Academy Award winning musician Common and R&B songstress Jill Scott. Prior to that, Wayne wrote for TV One’s Love That Girl starring The Fresh Prince of Bel Air’s Tatyana Ali. He also created, wrote and executive produced the critically acclaimed and highly politicized animated comedy series B-Rock, which follows the whacky and wild adventures of President Barack Obama and his gangsta alter ego B-Rock. The animated series has been licensed by and can be seen on Russell Simmons’ All Def Digital YouTube network (ADD). Wayne’s other TV writing credits include UPN’s Moesha, Disney Channel’s animated series The Proud Family, Disney Channel’s Phil of the Future, Nickelodeon’s Just Jordan, Bounce TV’s first original scripted comedy series Family Time, and the 3D animated series Da Jammies, which was recently acquired by Netflix. 

Wayne has also transitioned into the world of directing with his first short film, Adventures of Old Man, which he also wrote and produced through his production company, ENTERWAYNEMENT, INC. The action-comedy follows the story of Norman Wu, an unassuming 86-year-old semi-retired superhero who now resides in the same nursing home as his wicked 83-year-old arch nemesis, Stanley Malick, as he tries to overcome bullying and old age in order to save others in need of a hero. The film stars legendary actors James Hong (Chinatown, Blade Runner), Jamie Farr (M*A*S*H), Nichelle Nichols (Star Trek), Millicent Martin (Frasier) and Marla Gibbs (The Jeffersons, 227). 

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