Case 000: The Beginning
Frank, meet FELIX. FELIX, meet Frank. Readers, meet your new favorite cops.
Case 001: Joseph Alphonse
The discovery of a handless, headless and footless body in a playground leads Frank and FELIX on a race against time from downtown to LAX to catch the killer. Featuring mild hallucinogens, a talking camel, and a crazy old lady on an airplane. Plus: Dr. Elvis begins his quest to exact financial retribution on Frank.
Case 002: Charles Liu
When a Chinese delivery driver is found with two bullets in his chest, the murder hits home for his best customer: Detective Frank Gorman. Two detectives from Homicide Special are put on the case, but Frank vows to catch the killer himself, and FELIX must choose between his partner and his idol to see that justice is served.
Case 003: Melanie Holman
While the Central Division deals with a new robotic officer, Frank and FELIX investigate the murder of a woman who was thrown from the 71st floor of the tallest building in Los Angeles.
Case 004: Policeman’s Ball
It’s the night of the LAPD’s annual Policeman’s Ball, and Frank, FELIX, Kirsten, TATM and the whole gang are just looking for a fun, crime-free night. But murder is just waiting for a chance to crash the party…
Case 005: Jesse Bingham
Frank and FELIX try to deal with the shocking fallout from the Policeman’s Ball, but they still have murders to work–most pressingly, a dead dirtbag covered in animal bites. But first: a flashback to 1990, when Frank was but a young beat cop…
Episode 70 (Frank figures it out)
Case 006: Kelly Conroy
Already consumed with unraveling a decades-long conspiracy, Frank and FELIX find themselves in the spotlight when their lives become a TV show–and a murder on the set forces the detectives to go rogue to solve the case and free an innocent man.
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Occasionally Frank, FELIX and/or the RW brain trust will go visit another webcomic, wreck the place, and get the hell out before anyone’s the wiser.
Frank’s grandfather, “Gorgeous” Francis Gorman, was a P.I. back in the 1940s–and the star of a series of pulp detective tales by writer Donald Carroway and artist Jack Stansfield. We’re tracking these down in rare book shops around LA, scanning them for posterity and presenting them for your amusement and edification.
The Tiger’s Key (1941)
With a mug like his, Gorgeous Gorman doesn’t get much attention from the ladies–so when a beautiful woman approaches him in a seedy bar, it’s less an invitation to romance than a prelude to a nightmare involving kidnapping, Nazis and killer robots.
Amazing guest artists (with occasional help from the RW brain trust) bring you significant moments from the lives of our cast members!
Frank’s First Foot Pursuit by Rob Simmons (with Gardner & Chris)
Race Baño is a sentient toilet who thinks he’s a secret agent. These are his adventures. Illustrated by Rob Simmons.
License to Spill
In which FELIX steals Race’s crimefighting thunder.
In which Race goes undercover to catch a killer Claus.
Frankie and FELIX
Frankie is a six-year-old obsessed with law and order. FELIX is a calculator who comes to life when no one else is around. Frankie and FELIX is our little homage to Calvin and Hobbes.
The 12 Crimes of Christmas
For Christmas 2010, we counted down the criminals that Frank and FELIX busted over the holidays. Illustrated by Rob Simmons.
Every Thursday, we take a look at the vast mosaic of crime in Los Angeles County.
November 26 (Thanksgiving with Torg Bornson)
April 15 (Endeavour) |
The Weeks of Hype
Between cases we run previews, behind-the scenes materials and other such circumstantial evidence.