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David Lapham's Stray Bullets made him one of the most respected indie comics creators of the '90s. His current DC Vertigo Comics series, Young Liars, is one of the great mature reader books on the market today. Here, Russell chats with the creator about the latest issue each month.


The Truth With Liars

The Truth With Liars

Russ talks to David Lapham about Young Liars #18 closing out their look at this critically acclaimed series

The Truth With Liars

The Truth With Liars

Russ talks to David Lapham about Young Liars #17 continuing their look at this critically acclaimed series

The Truth, With Liars

The Truth, With Liars

Russ talks to David Lapham about Young Liars #16 continuing their look at this critically acclaimed series

The Truth, With Liars

The Truth, With Liars

Russ talks to David Lapham about Young Liars #15 continuing their look at this critically acclaimed series

The Truth, With Liars

The Truth, With Liars

Russ talks to David Lapham about Young Liars #14 continuing their look at this wonderful series

Young Liars Canceled

Young Liars Canceled

Russ talks to Dave Lapham about the cancellation of Young Liars, which ends with issue #18, as issue #15 is released

Young Liars #13

Young Liars #13

Russ talks to David Lapham about Young Liars #13 continuing their look at this stunning, bizarre, violent and clever title

Young Liars #12

Young Liars #12

Russell Burlingame talks to David Lapham about Young Liars #12 and continues their monthly discussion of the series

The Truth, With Liars

The Truth, With Liars

Column Launched Russell talks to David Lapham about Young Liars #11 and makes it a regular feature

Young Liars #10

Young Liars #10

David Lapham's Stray Bullets made him a highly respected creator in the '90s and Vertigo's Young Liars is not to be missed

Early Creator Q&A

Early Creator Q&A

Russell Burlingame poses 10 Questions about Young Liars to series creator David Lapham



Russell Burlingame / Comic Related Columnist
Russell Burlingame is a journalist and columnist living and working in New York City. In high school, Russell interviewed Elliot S. Maggin for a review of the Kingdom Come novelization, and since then has worked consistently in and around the comics industry. He interned for Wizard magazine, and has freelanced for Wizard and Newsarama, in addition to a number of non-comics publications, Russell is currently working on a graphic novel based on Cap'n Internet, the comic strip that ran in his college newspaper; and a graphic biography of folk singer Phil Ochs with artist Marion Vitus.

Currently, in addition to his freelance work and his comics projects, Russell writes a number of columns for ComicRelated, including Conscientious Sequentials, The Gold Exchange, What's Perhappenin', Closing Statements, Reflecting 'Pool and To See or Not To See. Russell also takes point on the Hot Shot of the Week feature.