Writer/Producer/Film historian Bruce Scivally has written articles for Filmfax, Variety, High Life and British Esquire. His latest book, The Last Stage, explores the final days and troubled history of Wyatt Earp as the one-time lawman lays dying in a Los Angeles bungalow in 1929. Scivally's prior books include Dracula FAQ, a survey of Dracula and vampires in literature, movies, music, and other media, Billion Dollar Batman, a comprehensive history of the Dark Knight from 10 cent comic book to global icon, and Superman on Film, Television, Radio and Broadway, which celebrates 70 years of Superman in popular culture.

In addition, he was co-editor of The Special Effects and Stunts Guide and co-author of James Bond: The Legacy, which was featured on The Today Show, CNN, Fox News Network and Headline News, and was highlighted in magazines as diverse as Glamour, Entertainment Weekly, New York Magazine, The New Yorker and Playboy.

Scivally is a producer and writer of the upcoming streaming series The Miracle Show, Previously, he served as producer, director and writer of special features for the Special Edition DVD releases of the James Bond films, the Charlie Chan and Mr. Moto mysteries, The Pink Panther, The Great Escape, Legally Blonde, A Fish Called Wanda, A Bridge Too Far, Doris Day and Alice Faye films, and many others. He also worked on the 2001 Academy Awards broadcast, the PBS special The Great American Songbook, and wrote an episode of A&E's Biography series. He earned his BA at the University of Southern California and an MA in playwriting and scriptwriting from Regents University, London.