A cannon, stout, noble cannon; off its
railings and loose upon the deck. The cannon points every which way with
the bounding of the sea... the cannon points this week at PREVIEWS and
its import and necessity.
Apparently this week Larry is filled with the Milk of
Human Kindness, or something, because he gives the other four premier
comic book vendors a money-making idea that his company's been using for
This week, Larry talks to writer Matt Fraction about dinosaurs, DVDs, comic books, and Getting The Job Done. You know that bit in Star Trek where Riker and Worf sit down and sum things up? This is like that.
A couple of ruminations this week, from Our Man Lar, detailing what ancillary merchandise has got to do with anything, how Spider-man first climbed up Half Dome in Yosemite, and what Mike Allred says about comic books.
This week, Larry sees a stylish rebirth of hackneyed science fiction, a "fixing" of a concept that wasn't really broken in the first place, and makes a bet with one of you folks reading this right this very second.
There's a chimpanzee at the dinner table, there's a fond remembrance of 1970s shampoo ads, and there's the one thing every person reading this can do to single-handedly double the amount of people reading comic books.