Digital Comics by the F–klord of the Moon

Special guest Blaine Garrett stops by to talk about making digital comics and some of the insights he’s gleaned along the way in regards to comic creation and a comic tool he is programming.

There’s something about Abraham Lincoln’s lunar sexual proclivities in there too.

Also, I’d like to apologize for the weirdness of the audio this week. I got a new little recording gadget and I’m still figuring out all the tricks with it. Next week’s recording won’t be as wonky.

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Character Highlight: Cyclops

Sorry for the 1-day-late post! Nathan had the day off on Friday and hit snooze too many times.

This week we talk about the ORIGINAL X-Man, Cyclops. More specifically we talk about his family tree. Because whoa-buddy, that is one tangled web. 50+ years of stories brings a lot of baggage, so we use Cyclops and his family tree to highlight this issue of continuity and how it creates a barrier of entry for new readers.

2013’s Thor of Steel 3 Sex Saga


or 3…or 4?

We actually recorded this at the beginning of January, and figured we should probably get this one up sooner rather than later. So that’s why things are a little out of order and why we say episode 4 at the beginning.

Anyways, this episode is all about 2013 – movies, creators, books, etc. It’s all there.

This episode also stars guest caster Nick Sampson, who is part of a RPG podcast called the Side Porject Podcast. Go check them out at:

Ursan Wells & the Haircapes

Holy crap, we did it!

The inaugural podcast of Parker You’re Fired! is upon us. I feel like I should write up this huge post about how this all started as an idea almost a year ago and now we’ve finally made it into a real thing you can listen to.

But I’m not gonna do that.

All I’m gonna say is, this particular episode is very…self-indulgent. We designed it that way on purpose. We wanted to make the first recording as easy as possible with little-to-no prep needed from any of us. So, just keep that in mind, we get better, really. We do.


God, I hope we do.