Tag Archives: Adam Lance Garcia

It’s Not Easy Being Green

Jethro Dumont (aka the Green Lama) adopted a number of conflicting identities when he returned to the U.S. from a 10-year sabbatical in Tibet. He was a Buddhist, an Asura demigod, a tulka, a billionaire, a womanizer, a fop, a … Continue reading

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The Lama Lies Down on Broadway

Author Adam Lance Garcia calls the Green Lama “the world’s first Buddhist hero.” And that’s true, we suppose. Certainly he predates Judomaster, the Question, Iron Fist, and the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. And we can’t find any evidence confirming Siddhartha … Continue reading

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Superhero Novels: The Best of 2010 and a Peek at 2011

Masked, a collection of straight-up superhero stories was the best book of 2010. So sayeth SuperheroNovels.com. Each of the contributing authors fearlessly embraced the tropes of superhero fiction and successfully expanded the genre’s horizons. Hats off to the project’s editor … Continue reading

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Hail the Jewel in the Lotus Flower!

The Green Lama has been around a long time but he never attained cross-generational success like Doc Savage or the Shadow. His story started in pulp magazines during the ’40s, and later migrated to comics and radio. Eventually he faded … Continue reading

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