Happy 9th anniversary, AiT-Planet Lar!
Happy 9th anniversary to publisher AiT-Planet Lar, who have brought us such fine comic books and graphic novels over the years as “Astronauts in Trouble,” “Hench,” “The Homeless Channel,” and many, many more.
From AiT’s Larry Young at the AiT-Planet Lar Web site:
Today is the ninth anniversary of the date you could first walk into a comic store and buy a copy of Astronauts in Trouble: Live From the Moon #1, which is the date we count as the start of the company, even if we were working on the project for a year before that. And, you know, it was published by those titans of industry, Rob and Steve Snell, the powerful third stage of the Saturn V rocket that got us into orbit. Me, I’m spending the day lettering Dugout, Adam Beechen and Manny Bello’s creative follow-up to their last team-up on Hench.
In other words, just another day of Making Comics Better…
In honor of the 9th anniversary, here are my nine favorite books that came out from AiT-Planet Lar:
2. The Annotated Mantooth
3. The Last of the Independents
4. Astronauts in Trouble
5. Electric Girl
6. Seven Sons
7. Channel Zero
8. Couscous Express
9. Scurvy Dogs
Thanks for all the comics, Larry, and best of luck in the next nine years!
– Matt Price
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