About Nicholas Graff

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A Southern California native (which seems to be a rarity as everyone seems to migrate here from outside the state, and everyone else born here ends up leaving for less crowded spaces), but for Nick, he loves it here. Nick has been writing since he was a teenager, self-published his first book trilogy, 'The Legacy of the Roras' back in 2011, and in 2014 published the inaugural issue of his first comic book, 'The Shadow of Aquaterra.' While not working on my own projects, he is working as a technical film editor at a major television network in their digital media division and recently began writing news and recap articles for ScienceFiction.com, a position which he has found extremely rewarding.
Favorites: Star Wars, Indian Jones, The Lord of the Rings, Star Trek, Back to the Future, Pirates of the Caribbean, The Matrix, Watchmen, X-Men, Spider-man The Animated Series, LOST, Supernatural, Arrow, Avatar: The Last Airbender, Fringe, The DC Animated Universe, Game of Thrones, The Legend of Zelda Series, His Dark Materials, The Harry Potter Book Series, The Killing Joke, The Dark Knight Returns, Superman: Red Son, Marvel's X-Men Vs Avengers, Marvel's Civil War.
Location: Los Angeles, CA

Nicholas Graff - Writer

  • Flashpoints Of Interest: How Will ‘Arrow’ Be Affected By ‘The Flash’ Finale? Will Felicity Get A New Boyfriend?

    Posted Monday, August 1st, 2016 09:00 pm GMT -4

    As to the main question of whether the time-altering decision of Barry Allen to save his mother in ‘The Flash’ Season 2 finale will affect the world of ‘Arrow,’ the answer is, yes, but apparently only a few characters will be majorly affected. According to Executive Producer Wendy Mericle, there will be “Some impact, but […]

  • Courting Disaster: Luc Besson Loses Lawsuit With John Carpenter Over Supposed ‘Lockout’ Plagiarism

    Posted Monday, August 1st, 2016 07:00 pm GMT -4

    It is not that uncommon to watch a movie and suddenly realize how similar it is to another movie you have seen at one point or another, or even to see a trailer and realize how closely the plot seems to be mimicking another movie in recent memory. For example, one might say ‘The Secret […]

  • Weaving Dissent: Sigourney Weaver Defends Neill Blomkamp’s ‘Chappie’

    Posted Friday, July 29th, 2016 07:00 pm GMT -4

    Well, it seems Sigourney Weaver has her director’s back, which in a way is refreshing nowadays after how often you hear about ego clashes on set between actors and their directors. It seems the Oscar nominated actress recently sat down with the folks at Collider to discuss her upcoming collaboration with Neil Blomkamp, ‘Alien 5,’ […]

  • Taking Kara: Marc Guggenheim Teases Details Of Big CW DC Crossover

    Posted Friday, July 29th, 2016 03:00 pm GMT -4

    The big question on the minds of anyone who is a fan of the CW/DC Universe (or as some call it, the ‘Arrowverse’), is what the catalyst is going to be this season that will start the big cross-over event that will occur on ‘Supergirl,’ ‘The Flash,’ ‘Arrow,’ and then ‘Legends of Tomorrow.’ According to […]

  • Such A Tick: ‘The Tick’ Creator Ben Edlund Shares Plans For New Series

    Posted Thursday, July 28th, 2016 02:00 pm GMT -4

    As many ‘Tick’ fans already know, the cult favorite will be returning to the airwaves once more in the near future, though the show will look entirely different than the last time we saw it, with Peter Serafinowicz taking over the role of the titular hero from Patrick Warburton. According to creator Ben Edlund, it […]

  • SDCC 2016: Tournament Of Nerds

    Posted Thursday, July 28th, 2016 01:00 pm GMT -4

    The final Screen Junkies panel we attended was more of a contest of improv and nerd knowledge than anything else, but in many ways, it was the most entertaining of all the panels. ,Various people from Screen Junkies dressed up as some Various people from Screen Junkies dressed up as some fan favorite characters from […]

  • Surly Temple: Nickelodeon Releases First Trailer For ‘Legends Of The Hidden Temple’ Movie

    Posted Wednesday, July 27th, 2016 08:00 pm GMT -4

    Fans of 90s nostalgia certainly have a lot to look forward to movie-wise, as we are already getting that new ‘Power Rangers‘ movie, but now it seems, there is another property being brought back, but in a very new form. The 90s Nickelodeon TV show ‘Legends of the Hidden Temple‘ is getting its own movie […]

  • Beyond Fears: Paramount Conjures Up Excuses For ‘Star Trek Beyond’ Low Opening Weekend Numbers

    Posted Wednesday, July 27th, 2016 04:00 pm GMT -4

    Well, it seems that Paramount is trying to spin some disappointing news for the new ‘Star Trek Beyond‘ film, which has failed to go beyond its predecessors in terms of box-office success so far. Though the film did manage to bring in an impressive $59 million over its opening weekend domestically, that number was behind the opening […]

  • Super-Sized CrossOver: ‘Arrow’ Executive Producer Shares Details From Massive Crossover in Upcoming Season

    Posted Wednesday, July 27th, 2016 03:00 pm GMT -4

    The big event for the CW’s slew of DC superhero shows this year is the massive, 4-series cross-over event that they have been planning, and it seems the creative forces behind the show are just as excited for the big event as the fans are. While sitting down with Comicbook.com recently, ‘Arrow’ Executive Producer Wendy […]

  • SDCC 2016: ‘American Horror Story’ Fearless VR

    Posted Wednesday, July 27th, 2016 12:00 pm GMT -4

    The final activity I attended at Comic Con 2016 was most definitely the scariest and most entertaining, which of course means I attended this year’s ‘American Horror Story’ event. It was called the Fearless VR, and was meant to take you inside the depths of fear, which I can attest, it did a pretty amazing job […]

  • Movie Review: ‘Batman: The Killing Joke’

    Posted Wednesday, July 27th, 2016 10:00 am GMT -4

    I had the good fortune this past Monday night to be able to score a ticket to one of the Fathom Event showings of ‘Batman: The Killing Joke,’ which I was understandably very excited about. The latest offering from the DC Animated team had everything going for it, an outstanding source comic that they were […]

  • SDCC 2016: ‘Adapting A Comic Book’ Panel Recap

    Posted Wednesday, July 27th, 2016 09:00 am GMT -4

      I got to attend yet another panel put on by the Screen Junkies folks this weekend, and this one involved the painstaking craft that is adapting a comic-book to movie or TV format. The majority of the panel revolved around Joe Henderson and Ildy Modrovich, the show runners for Fox’s ‘Lucifer’ discussing the upcoming […]

  • SDCC 2016 Cosplay (Part 3): Spider-Men, Deadpools, And Hawkpeople, Oh My!

    Posted Tuesday, July 26th, 2016 05:30 pm GMT -4

    Well, the final day of SDCC 2016 certainly did not disappoint when it came to cosplay. I finally saw some amazing Spider-Man costumes (no pun intended), a pretty slick Mega Man costume, and a spectacular Ahsoka costume, with the woman who wore it proudly displaying her functional white lightsabers for the photo. Favorites of the day […]

  • SDCC 2016: ‘Star Trek Fights!’

    Posted Tuesday, July 26th, 2016 03:00 pm GMT -4

    Continuing my coverage of various SDCC 2016 panels, I was also fortunate enough to attend ‘Star Trek Fights,’ featuring some of the folk from Screen Junkies, and also including one of the prolific writers of ‘Star Trek’ and various other science-fiction stories, Brannon Braga. They were there to discuss pressing matters of import to the […]

  • SDCC 2016 Cosplay (Part 2): From Pinball Wizards To Sausage Parties, Plus The Ambiguously Gay Duo And Much More!!

    Posted Monday, July 25th, 2016 07:00 pm GMT -4

    Day two of SDCC 2016 did not disappoint when it came to cosplay, featuring many inventive and creative costumes, with Comic Con inspiring people to try out many new ideas for costumes that they might not have tried before. Today we saw folks dressed up as food from the upcoming ‘Sausage Party,’ a real life […]