I just noticed that animation/comics historian Michael Barrier commented on this blog (and its website equivalent) in a recent post on his blog of notable things... ( http://www.michaelbarrier.com/ )
"Finally (for the moment), let me recommend most heartily Frank Young's Stanley Stories. The Stanley in question is John, the brilliant cartoonist and writer whose name is most readily associated with Little Lulu but who, as Frank makes clear, has a lot of other great things on his resume. Frank Young is not just a Stanley fan, but also a student of his work who can identify it even when it's under the veneer of another cartoonist's drawings, as it usually was. Stanley Stories reproduces some of Stanley's best (and most obscure) stories and includes a glossary of "Stanleyisms," the distinctive characteristics of his writing. A biography is promised. This is the internet at its best."
I'm honored, sir... I hope this blog can continue to please. I enjoy doing it very much!