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This week, ol' Lar pops the top on a coupla brews and sits down with his pal Joe Casey, who talks about the Internet, creator-owned comics, and.. oh, yeah; The X-Men and Superman.
Can you believe it? This week, Larry writes about Las Vegas, and doesn't mention Robert Urich even once. Plus, the one thing that has to happen to save the comics industry.
This week, ol' Lar reminds you that there are human faces behind your superhuman adventures.
This week we see exactly why Larry loves comics and how the "new deal" comes to the forefront. And no mention of the winner of "Survivor," because, frankly, Lar's a little steamed Elisabeth got voted off so soon.
There's a fifth taste that most aren't aware of and Larry's found that comics could use a dash of it, plus Mike Brennan's 'Electric Girl' gets a looking at.
This week, Larry stuns the comic book world by publicly proclaiming his deep-seated and long-standing love for Marvel. The heavens shall be rent asunder! Plus, a modest proposal.
A dash of this, a pinch of that, let simmer, stirring occasionally; this is the recipe for Larry's latest ruminations.
Larry opines on Jackson Pollock, recalls advertising and marketing as his first job out of college, and throws down a gauntlet to folks making comics.
An argument is made for graphic novels over the more pedestrian monthly books. You may blame Larry, as does everyone else.
In Maui, Larry sees three little girls buy comics, realizes that everything old is new again, and does a 38.2 mile bike ride down a volcano.
Why Larry loves his TiVo, why he doesn't really care for Napster one way or the other, and why Oni Press rocks him like a hurricane.
What makes a good comic? What is "terroir"? What is "arete"? What's Socrates got to do with it, got to do with it?
This week, good things come to those who wait. Napa Valley wine, a centrifuge, and American Zen figure prominently.
Do you love comics? So does Larry Young; here's exactly why. Plus, a visit to the principal's office, comic book conventions, and Avengers #119.
A most curious tale in which we find the comic book industry to be like a dead cat.
Being a most curious tale in which we find out that while you may get what you want, you may not like it.
In which we find out exactly what a Minister of Propaganda does, and what the most important feature of a comic shop is.
In which we find "My God, it's full of stars" takes on a double meaning while wearing spacesuits in Los Angeles.
Larry reacts to the recent Spider-Man news and gives Marvel some free marketing ideas.
Larry Young begins his new column here at CBR, Loose Cannon, with a bit of an introduction and a discussion of the "New Expert."