Urb’l Remedy is no more.  For those who remember or even care, that was my music/entertainment blog/site for another company that I was running like a weekly column.  Let’s chalk it up to creative differences, but really it was due to lack of support and communication on the part of the host company.  The focus was higher up and I was on the bottom of the totem pole.  Really like an afterthought.  I wrote all about it at my tumblog, the freddie beat.  If you want to read it and rehash it check it out here.

Since then, I’ve tried to moved on.  One of my dreams has always been to write super hero comic books in the style of Marvel and DC.  Since I don’t draw and only doodle, I cannot draw out my own stories or comics.  Don’t get me wrong, I can doodle a character concept and costume like no other, but, alas, I still need collaborators to make my vision a reality.

My challenge has always been finding those collaborators.  I’ve always been more of a loner and homebody, so I don’t have a collective of friends or associates, with similar interests, that I can pull from.

So, I created Cartwheel Group 3 Comics as an online showcase for aspiring comic creators, like myself, and posted ads on Craigslist across the country (and a couple of other countries) to try to find them.

So, the idea is to feature one stand-alone story a month with different characters, concepts, and creators.  Creators, characters, and concepts can be revisited, but this way it’s not a long-term commitment for anyone.  I’m still looking for artists, but the first 2 scripts are written.  A logo is also in the works.

Please check out, follow, and ‘like’ Cartwheel Group 3 Comics at:

+the official site
+the Facebook Page
+Twitter, and

If you want to check out, ‘like’, or follow my personal social networks you can find me at:

+Twitter, and

If your interested in being featured at CG3 Comics and working with me or have any questions email me at cartwheelgroup3[at]gmail[dot]com.

peace, love & all that jazz,

Freddie Rodriguez aka freddie beat
Cartwheel Group 3 Comics Creator/Editor


Hailing from Washington, DC, Muhsinah has been lighting the soul and hip-hop underground with her production for a minute now, working with Hezekiah, Oddisee, and even covering Radiohead.

Now her latest work, which according to her website, is in part a re-issue of 2007’s day.break.  Would love to hear your feedback on these two pieces of trip-hop soul called “Discovery,” then “Yiy” from her latest release, The Oscillations: Sine. Yes, I know that the phrase “trip-hop” is quite 90’s, however I think it’s the best description for the soul music you’re about to hear.


If you haven’t purchased day.break, then by ALL means get The Oscillations: Sine at your online music shop of choice.