Wednesday, April 26, 2017

Podcast for Orson and Comic Books Two Weeks in a Row!

     Hello everyone, hope all is well.  tomorrow, Thursday, April 27th, 2017, I will be heading our weekly pop culture podcast that is recorded live from the Great Lakes Mall Barnes and Noble located in Mentor, Ohio.  The show is "Lambert and Lynch in the Lobby.  But you can download us at Lambert and

     The subject this week is everything Orson and next Thursday is all about the upcoming (May 6th) Free Comic Book Day around the country where David and I will talk comics and Star Wars and some of my upcoming appearances.

     So join us in the cafĂ© lobby of Mentor's Barnes and Noble and grab a cookie and coffee and watch the show live.  You'll have loads of fun!

     Take care and collect (a funny podcast) and a comic book today!

Don Rickles. a Comic (book) Character

     Hello everyone, hope all is well.  A few weeks back, comedian Don Rickles passes away.  But besides being a iconic comedian, did you know that he appeared as a comic character in a Jimmy Olsen 2-part story in the early 70s? 

     Well it really happened as written and drawn by the also iconic, Jack Kirby.  The funniest thing about the story...his name was Goody Rickles!

     Take care and adopt a (funny) comic book today!

Monday, April 24, 2017

Another Classic Artist...Gone!

     Hello everybody, hope all is well.  Yes, yet another great artist passed away recently.  Joe Harris, age 89, who was the artist of both Underdog and the Trix rabbit.

     Somehow, I feel my childhood is dying a little bit day by day.

     Take care and adopt a (Trix box cover or Underdog) comic book today!

Thursday, March 23, 2017

Podcast and Appearance

     Hello everyone, hope all is well. Just wanted to remind everyone to listen to the "Lambert and Lynch in the Lobby" podcast at Lambert and  Also, if you are in the area of Barnes and Noble in Mentor, Ohio, come every Thursday, between 4 and 5:30 pm and listen to the pop culture podcast as David Lynch and I discuss comics, movies and culture history.

    Also, this Saturday, I will be appearing at Comics and Friends in Mentor, Ohio from 1-5pm signing autographs on several of the Bystander Adventure Series books I have written.  Hope to see you then.

     Take care and adopt a (cultured ) comic book today!

Monday, March 20, 2017

My Davy Crockett Dies!

     Hello everyone, hope all is well.  Just yesterday, Fess Parker, the actor who portrayed both Davy Crockett and Daniel Boone passed away.  Of course both folk heroes were portrayed in the comics, drawn by Dan Spiegle, a friend of mine who just passed away last month.

     Yes, paraphrasing his Boone theme song, "Fess Parker was a man, yes a reeeaal man..."  But I will always remember Parker every time I hear the end of the Disney trilogy, "Davy, Davy Crockett, (and Fess Parker) died at the Alamo!  Fess was 85.

     Take care and adopt a (backwoods) comic book today!

Bronze Age Horror Artist Passes

     Hello everyone, hope all is well.  But in the world of comics, a giant has passed on, the co-creator of Swamp Thing, Bernie Wrightson, of brain tumors.

     The cancer started some time back but the symptoms became debilitating last November.  Bernie along with writer Len Wein created one of the great Muck Monsters of all time...Swamp Thing that was revitalized in the 80s by British writer, Alan Moore.

     I met Bernie twice and he was always friendly, a kind man who will be missed.

     Take care and adopt a (Bernie drawn) comic book today!

Tuesday, February 14, 2017

Young Hearts

     Hello everyone, hope all is well.  Today is Valentine's Day.  So let's look at a few "love" comics of the 60s and 70s.
     "My Love" was on of my favorites from Marvel Comics.  The good news...they had all of those great Marvel artists, John Romita, Gene Colan, John Buscema and many more.  The bad news, it only ran about 10 issues before it went reprint.

     Over at DC Comics, they had many many love comics with series running within the books like, "The Manu Loves of Lisa St. Clair."  And let's not forget "3 Girls."  That is the good news, the bad?  DC seemed to have hundreds of love books to choose from.

     Either way, have a great lovely holiday with your sweetie.

     Take care and adopt a (love ) comic book today!