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420 Saves Our Hero's Job in the New Installment of "Frisbee F.D."
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Apr 20, 2017

420 Saves Our Hero's Job in the New Installment of "Frisbee F.D."

In the latest edition of our weed comic series, Mayor Puddles has to pick between cutting the fire department or ambulance services.

Welcome back to "Frisbee F.D." our bi-weekly comic by artist Brian Blomerth and musician Kate Levitt. In the previous installment, we were introduced to our hero — a firedog trying to rid the world of all smoke, besides what’s sucked down his lungs. His performance on the job is aided by his love of weed, despite the fact that the town he serves (Lemonwedge, ME) hasn't had a fire since 1722.  

In a special 420 edition of the series, Frisbee's department is threatened to be cut by the town's mayor. Read on below, and visit Blomerth’s website here to see more of his illustrated psychedelic freakouts.

Visit Brian Blomerth's website here to see more of his work.

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Brian Blomerth is a talented illustrator whose comics often involve dog-people losing their shit in surreal neo-cities populated by other psychopathic dog-people. Kate Levitt is an otherworldly musician who co-writes comics with Brian. Both live in Brooklyn and are mad geniuses.

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420 Saves Our Hero's Job in the New Installment of "Frisbee F.D."

420 Saves Our Hero's Job in the New Installment of "Frisbee F.D."

  |  
culture
  |  
Apr 20, 2017

In the latest edition of our weed comic series, Mayor Puddles has to pick between cutting the fire department or ambulance services.

Welcome back to "Frisbee F.D." our bi-weekly comic by artist Brian Blomerth and musician Kate Levitt. In the previous installment, we were introduced to our hero — a firedog trying to rid the world of all smoke, besides what’s sucked down his lungs. His performance on the job is aided by his love of weed, despite the fact that the town he serves (Lemonwedge, ME) hasn't had a fire since 1722.  

In a special 420 edition of the series, Frisbee's department is threatened to be cut by the town's mayor. Read on below, and visit Blomerth’s website here to see more of his illustrated psychedelic freakouts.

Visit Brian Blomerth's website here to see more of his work.

author_231

Brian Blomerth is a talented illustrator whose comics often involve dog-people losing their shit in surreal neo-cities populated by other psychopathic dog-people. Kate Levitt is an otherworldly musician who co-writes comics with Brian. Both live in Brooklyn and are mad geniuses.

WATCH MORE FROM MERRY JANE