Wolverton, Thief of Impossible Objects

Wolverton Thief of Impossible Objects is a brand new Indie comic book in the style of Indiana Jones, The Pirates of the Caribbean, Sherlock Holmes and Harry Potter.

Jack Wolverton is a gentleman thief who specialized in stealing magical items: The Monkey's paw, The Portrait of Dorian Gray and The Hope Diamond.

Meet THE WRITERS, Michael Stark & Terrell T. Garrett


Michael and Terrell are just two guys south of the Atlanta airport (now know as Hillbilly Hollywood) who’ve consumed way too many comic books, wrestling matches, monster movie marathons, ultra-violent video games and tawdry-covered paperbacks. Perhaps it shows.

As quaint as it may seem, they actually did meet in church.  Look, we told you it was quaint. we live in the south -- That's the meet cute down here!

Together, they've written a half dozen insanely-expensive-to-produce screenplays that they hope to one day reverse engineer into more comic books, including a pot head version of The Day of The Triffids and the rollicking misadventures of Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show in Victorian London! The screenplay of Wolverton got the duo on both the prestigious Hollywood Hit list and The Young and Hungry List!

Michael Stark (the elder of the duo) played in various 1980s NYC punk and garage bands , wrote for the national music magazine, Request, and later optioned a few original screenplays to Disney and Universal.  After a chain of unfortunate and surreal events, this nice, Jewish kid from long Island left the movie business and became a minister in the deepest depths of the rural south. He now owns a bookstore in the shadows of Pinewood Studios, specializing in rare horror and science fiction.

Terrell T. Garrett is a former video game designer and eSports champion (2nd place at Quakecon 2000, top 12 Razer CPL and top 24 Babbages CPL).  He has short stories published in the Georgia State Review and The Ankeny Briefcase. His solo script, Twitch, brought him to Sundance last year and he's currency adapting the Alistair MacLean novel, Fear is the Key for the big screen. Terrell is also a new father, so, please, send chocolate cigars.