Here's some cool stuff from the last week or two:
First, Shawn Douglas at Cosmic Comics has some kind and flattering things to say about the company on the occasion of the tenth anniversary: "AiT/Planet Lar gave me Astronauts in Trouble (written by Larry Young, who runs and is largely responsible for the creation of AiT/Planet Lar) which I adored and from there I continued to find new and interesting projects to devour. I found Channel Zero by Brian Wood, which changed the way I thought about comics and who made me wish I was making my own graphic novels, too. It fed the part of me that wanted whole, self-contained stories. That made me want to dig into the meat of a book, have my way with it and let it push me to the next story like a man with a horribly expensive addiction."
Shaun Manning interviewed me for CBR, which had some cool insights, but I particularly appreciated John Dallaire's comment in the discussion thread for the story: "In my experience there has been nobody more personable, encouraging, enthusiastic, and just plain friendly at any convention or online than Larry. Everyone should buy as many of the books he puts out as possible - there truly is something for everyone in his list."
...and good ol' Graeme McMillan displays some mind-reading powers by giving a timely shout out to Hench on www.io9.com