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Bryan Edward Hill Wikipedia
Bryan Edward Hill is an entertainment industry consultant, author, screenwriter, musician, graphic novelist, and graphic designer.
Hill was born in Chicago and moved to St. Louis, Missouri as a child, where he attended the prep academy John Burroughs School.
Hill was hired by Top Cow Productions to expand the Witchblade universe by writing the trade paperback Broken Trinity:Pandora's Box with former Top Cow Productions editor Rob Levin. Hill later wrote the book 7 Days from Hell for Top Cow Productions, and was later hired to adapt it into a screenplay. He also wrote co-wrote Netherworld, a comic book, for Heroes and Villains. His comic book Postal #1 was released in 2015.
In 2013, Hill began work on several feature screenplays, including the action-thrillerGone, sold to Universal Studios. He wrote the screen adaptation of the video game series Just Cause 2 (Square Enix).
Hill has acted as a consultant on popular culture, narrative communication, and media consumption to PepsiCo, JP Morgan Chase, M&M Mars, Unilever, and Chiat/Day. Hill has written articles for the Thinktopia: NewIdeas Blog.