An old genius and his giant robot meet the modern world.
It’s the best part of the story. Thanks for reading it!
Thanks for reading, Happy! I have plans for my Fire Story, but I don’t think it’s right for GoComics.com. For one thing, right now it’s too short (though I’m working on making it longer)! For the time being, the best place to find it will be my blog: http://brianfies.blogspot.com/2017/10/a-fire-story-complete.html
You’re welcome. Thanks for reading!
I was delighted to notice that coincidence when I uploaded the page to GoComics. It IS a coincidence, but a good one!
As long as he gets to be played by Christopher Plummer.
Thanks, Scoutmaster, I appreciate it. My family, pets and I are all right, and better off than a lot of our friends. And if I can’t convince my old backup to talk to my new computer, November’s “Last Mechanical Monster” could be a lot less colorful. But I think I’ve got it figured out.
In 1941, the Inventor tried to kill Lois Lane by pouring a vat of molten metal onto her. Superman flew down and shielded her with his body (and, somehow, his cape). The hole is where metal DIDN’T hit the ground because it splattered off of Superman! Just a little nugget for those who’ve seen the original cartoon.
He’s lean and wiry.