Anthony Schiavino (Ska-vee-no) is known for creating and writing the comic book SERGEANT ZERO, represented by David Hale Smith, and co-publishing EPISODES from the ZERO HOUR! From the halls of Marvel Comics as an x-mutant editorial intern, to the heights of the Flatiron designing book covers, and straight on through as newspaper art director, he’s seen action and then some. His greatest achievement, however, is and will always be his daughter.
His first, untitled (#SHOTGLASS), novel is currently in progress.
Body of Recent Work
NPR This I Believe: I Believe in the power of words on paper (Column)
The Consequences of Responsibility (Short Fiction)
Your Mug on A1 (Short Fiction)
Jack Rose (Short Fiction)
The Treacherous Road (Short Fiction)
The Treacherous Road Part 2 (Short Fiction)
- Originally aired on Shotgun Honey April 15th, 2011.
The Treacherous Road Part 3 (Short Fiction)
Cherry Bomb (Short Fiction)
Learn To Live (Short Fiction)
C.T. and the Savage Chimps of Cannibal Mesas (Short Fiction)
- Originally published in Episodes from the Zero Hour! Volume 3
White Noise Withdrawn (Microfiction)
NOT AT THE END – Zombie Comic Book Script
Read all of the above on Google Drive.
Of Moon and Stars or Other Matters of the Night
- To be published in Episodes from the Zero Hour! Volume 4 (Fiction)
SERGEANT ZERO sees action for the first time in the Black Forest, Germany. His unit, complete with photographer for propaganda initiatives (pulps, slicks, and celluloid), goes over the border from southern France, to a small town in the heart of the forest where they find Krieger Keep. Intelligence believes this to be a place of interest to Hitler. What they find, however, is something more sinister than any tangible artifact: a gateway into a Lovecraftian world.
G.I.JOE: INITIATE (2012) Screenplay – Co-Writer, Poster Design; IMDB Page