After 20 years as a dramatist and screenwriter, Ric Gibbs made a startling discovery: the myths and heroes that were underlying his fictional characters, were inhabiting his real life as well. Quick, Where’s My Cape? is a riveting exploration of the unconscious stories that shape our lives, and the steps we can take to draw power from them – to draw sword from stone, as it were – and live the lives we are meant to live.
The last thing Wyatt McHenry wanted was to find himself dragged into a lopsided war, by a do-good American female hell bent on saving a nation! But that’s exactly what happens in this calamitous misadventure. Part romance, part thumb-in-your-eye rivalry, McHenry’s Guide to Treasure Hunting is full-on adventure, both hilarious and deeply felt. Genre: Adventure, with a strong dose of romance and hilarity.
Based on a true story of a young woman’s extraordinary odyssey through the underworld of sex slavery, and the young man who becomes entangled with her. Ric Gibbs’ first novel explores a hard hitting world that exists right under our noses.
Genre: Mystery, Romance.
Coming in 2018.
Author, filmmaker, and educator based in Los Angeles, California. During a twenty-five year career in film and television, Gibbs has written for such well known producers as Mark Wahlberg & Stephen Levinson, Jon Landau & James Cameron, Mel Gibson, Joel Silver, Gale Anne Hurd and Lawrence Bender. And for Paramount, Universal, Cinergi, USA, Fox, NBC and Warner Bros Television.
He holds his MFA in film and television from Northwestern University and currently teaches in the Entertainment Studies program at UCLA, with a focus on developing original television series – an area of opportunity he calls, ‘the most exciting and dynamic storytelling of the new era.’ He is also a visiting lecturer at several American and international universities, where he conducts workshops in all manner of storytelling and dramatic formats.
In addition to his teaching and screen work, he has written two novels. His newest non-fiction work Quick, Where’s My Cape? is a practical guide to seeing how our most important story patterns – those we call myths – continue to express themselves in our creative work – and our everyday lives. (read more).
Voltage Pictures; Producer: Nicholas Chartier
Paramount Studios; Producers: Mark Wahlberg/Leverage & Mel Gibson/Icon
Producers: Grant Curtis/Ghost House & Adi Hasak
Disney/Cinergi; Producer: Andrew Vanja
Universal; Producer: Hal Lieberman
Real Life Adventure Series, in development
NBC / Fox Studios; Producers: Keri Selig & Craig Silverstein
Warner Bros Television; Producer: Joel Silver