Self proclaimed Pharaoh of Lower Egypt, Shogun of Harlem and ill-ass Lemony Snicket, Fyl Frazee is a writer and film maker who is always working on something. Having created hundreds of videos as well as a feature length film, Fyl has switched gears to writing more recently. “I can do anything in a novel without having to worry about a budget,” is his current line of thinking. He is a father of two, a husband to one, and a member of the Society of Children’s Book Writers and Illustrators.
As captain of the Jumpin Jack 42 travels the galaxy taking cargo transport jobs as well as an assortment of other odd jobs while searching for some trace of the long lost ancient race that created her. 42, you see, is an android. The only one of her kind in fact and far advanced from that found throughout the galaxy. She body is host to a suite of gadgets that pop out at random which she has no control over. Sometimes they are helpful for the situation at hand. Other times they serve as a reminder that there is so much about herself that she doesn’t know.
In her journeys she runs across an assortment of colorful characters such as Teef Arnell, an intergalactic poacher and big game hunter, and his dimwitted crew Rawn and Moh. She is also joined by her co-pilot The Admiral who is a strange creature with the head of a Corgi, the body of a kooshball, and four disembodied limbs that somehow propel him despite not being physically attached to his body.
Victims of wicked men
Victims of Wicked Men is the story of four people from different walks of life that meet each other after events in their lives drive them to joining a support group for people just generally having a terrible life. As the story progresses we learn that their lives are more interconnected than they ever imagined and they join forces to solve their problems with vigilante justice
What happens when a young princess escapes the confines of her castle and goes on an adventure all her own? A little girl who doesn’t need a hero to rescue her wanders the lands in search of fun times, that’s what. What started as a silly video starring our young children turned into something much larger with a short film, a picture book, and plenty of artwork for more. What’s the princesses name? Do you really need to ask?
Bubblegum Punk is the story of a young girl born and raised in a brutal world of zombies and other nastier creatures. She’s been on her own for a long time but then she rescues a toddler from his zombie father and adopts him because no one else is going to do it. What began as a silly improvised video has grown much farther and we are now developing it as a visual novel. It’s a lot of project for just a couple of people but we’re working on it in between everything else.
the mile high cup
The Metro. Every day, over ten thousand people arrive or depart through its gates, traveling via jet airliners. Deep in the bowels of the Metro lie the humble food service shops eager to prey on passengers during their long wait for boarding. There, at the heart of this battle between capitalism and the common man, you can find The Mile-High Cup, a coffee shop with airport-themed drinks and staffed by women brought together by the common bond of service industry slavery.