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  1. Larry Stroman is an American comic book artist and writer. After first gaining attention illustrating the Epic Comics series Alien Legion (vol. 2), he went on to illustrate various Marvel Comics books such as The Uncanny X-Men , X-Factor , Ghost Rider (vol. 2) and Punisher , as well as work for other companies, such as DC Comics ' Darkstars and Dark Horse Comics ' The Mark .

  2. Jun 19, 2021 · According to friends, family, and Marla herself, Larry was involved in witchcraft and had a history of self-harm, social isolation, and mental illnesses. However, no one initially knew that Larry had stopped taking his medicines months prior, which eventually culminated on that fateful January day.

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  4. Larry Stroman is an American comic book artist and writer. After first gaining attention illustrating the Epic Comics series Alien Legion (vol. 2), he went on to illustrate various Marvel Comics books such as The Uncanny X-Men , X-Factor , Ghost Rider (vol. 2) and Punisher , as well as work for other companies, such as DC Comics' Darkstars and Dark Horse Comics' The Mark.

  5. 62 cover(s) "Larry Stroman" worked on; 215 image(s) "Larry Stroman" worked on as penciler; 2 image(s) "Larry Stroman" worked on as inker; Trivia. Created the best-selling African-American comic of all time: The Tribe. See Also. 1 image(s) of Larry Stroman; Links and References. LarryStroman.com; http://dc.wikia.com/wiki/Larry_Stroman; References

    • Tribe and Axis Comics
    • Recent work
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    Stroman and writer Todd Johnson co-created the million-selling Image comic Tribe, which is the largest African-American-created comic of all time. After the title was canceled in the "Image shakeup" of 1994, Stroman and Johnson founded Axis Comics to continue publication of Tribe, but the company quickly went under, after having published only nine...

    Stroman did limited work throughout the last decade, such as Jim Lee's Wildcats Annual and Marvel Comics' Heroes Reborn: Iron Man. There has been renewed interest in Stroman, with a featured mention along with partner Todd Johnson in the Road to Independence book celebrating Image's ten-year anniversary.

    Stroman returned to Marvel in December 2007 with the What If one-shot What-If X-Men: Rise And Fall of the Shi'Ar Empire, followed by the Black Panther Annual #1 with Reginald Hudlin and Ken Lash

    ↑ Benton, John (July 1994). "Axis Comics Gets the Ax: Larry Stroman Announces Axis to Be Dissolved". Hero Illustrated. pp. 17–19.

    ↑ X-Factor Week: Larry Stroman Returns - Marvel.com News

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  6. Larry Stroman is an American comic book artist. He is mostly known for his work on Marvel's X-Factor. Larry Stroman appears in 198 issues. View all.

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