It’s been a while, but Fleischer is back in an all-new mini-adventure. This time out he discovers that his Golden Age pal Atomic Mouse is in trouble and he offers a helping hand in the way that only Fleischer can. The script is by Ed Gross and Leon McKenzie, the art by Fernando Sosa.
Remember in the ancient days when the world went insane for James Cameron’s Avatar? We do and we did, which resulted in this installment of the Media Geek & Friends comic strip in which Media Geek, his girlfriend Eileen, Fleischer and (not so much) Roddy are worried about the growing obsession for the film that’s […]
More and more I find myself wondering how Fleischer would react to certain situations, and after watching the feature film Star Trek: First Contact, I couldn’t help but imagine our hero’s encounter with the Borg. The result is the strip which follows, which was written by Ed Gross with art by Fernando Sosa.
The art for this first installment of Fleischer & Friends: Al’s Place (which is set at the home base for the characters making up the forthcoming comic book series Fleischer & The Group) was handed in by Fernando Sosa the same exact day that Warner Bros. revealed its slate of films based on various DC […]
When I walked out of Zack Snyder’s Man of Steel a decade ago, my mind pondered the ways in which the events of this first film would inform the sequel and allow the character of Superman to continue his journey to becoming the hero we all know him to be. But then came word that […]
Over the past couple of years we had done a number of comic strips focusing on Fleischer and some of his friends who were not originally designed to be part of the Fleischerverse. Among them were Media Geek (Ed Gross’ sort of online alter ego), Roddy (Epa’s “slower” brother) and Timmy Tribble, who dedicates himself […]