Some years ago I officially went insane and decided to rewrite L. Frank Baum’s first Oz novel (which, like the first 14 books, is public domain), The Wonderful Wizard of Oz, taking Dorothy Gale out and putting my own superhero character, Fleischer, in. A draft of the novel is finished and being revised, and myself […]
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.
As noted in part one of this series (click HERE), Fleischer began very much as a parody of Superman, and added to that was a parody version of Green Lantern. This one, however, was named Green Latrine, who we described as British actor Dudley Moore (Arthur) “mixed with Green Lantern with puke stains.” Like Fleischer, […]
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.