Stage Center Productions, an NYC-based theater and cinema production house and talent agency for actors and writers focused on Latino and/or LGBT literature, theater, and cinema did an interview with Cartwheel Group 3 Comics Creator/Editor, Freddie Rodriguez calling him a “creative force.” He discusses CG3 as well as his other creative endeavors. Click here and, then, click on his picture to read the interview.
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Cycle 1 (Launch Cycle)
These are the six titles (stories) that will launch Cartwheel Group 3 Comics.
Polka Dots & Plaid: Drawing inspiration from What Not to Wear and A Clockwork Orange, Polka Dots and Plaid are the hosts of a week-long makeover show of the same name where guests’ style is made-over in front of the camera while their souls are made-over behind it.
Fame + Fortune: The Phamai (pronounced famay and heard as “fame” to human ears) are an alien race who have chosen a human champion and endowed him with super powers to fight off an impending monster invasion of earth.
Adelmira, the War Mage: A Frazettian-style sorceress warrior woman from another dimension crosses over to earth through the moon to chase and kill an incorporeal dragon before the prophecy of it being birthed into physicality by three earthen zombie brides is fulfilled.
Trinity: The tale of a vampire (Reckless Abandon), man-made shape-shifting human monster (Mongrel), and space sorcerer (Soul Weaver), who represent the mind, body, and soul, and how they met while running away from They, an organization that may have been instrumental in their coming together.
Immortals, Inc.: Our version of “the seven” (You know who they are!), with Gilded Lady, Nonchalant, That Guy!, Ebb & Flow, Time Bandit, Little Johnny Gomez, and Outlier, as their base is attacked by a known enemy.
Panamaniac: An adventure of Panama’s premiere superhero with sidekick, Panama Joven (Young Panama), while defending the regular folk of the nation.