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Paul Kupperberg on November 23rd, 2020

After 15 Years in Limbo…

JSA: RAGNAROK is finally available in paperback and eBook!

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JSA: Ragnarok by Paul Kupperberg
Cover by Daerick Gross Sr.
Crazy 8 Press
Paperback & eBook

In the closing days of the second World War, the Justice Society of America prevented the villainous Wizard from unleashing a deadly magical evil upon the world.Read the rest

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Paul Kupperberg on February 21st, 2020

Browsing through old DC Comics house ads reminds me of probably my all-time favorite comic book, Showcase, a title I would eventually get to contribute to. Here’s the introduction I wrote in 1992 for the collected THE ESSENTIAL SHOWCASE (1956-1959) volume.… Read the rest

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Paul Kupperberg on January 12th, 2020

I love Carmine Infantino.

Well, I love his art, anyway. To be honest, in person, he could be kind of crotchety and snarly. But as a young, early-1960s comic book reader, Carmine was the first artist whose style I came to recognize and could instantly identify from his work on Flash and Adam Strange.… Read the rest

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Paul Kupperberg on December 29th, 2019

Don’t ask me what I was thinking. All I remember is, I had recently read a historical factoid that for reasons beyond reason fascinated me, and when editor Paul Levitz asked me for an Atom ten-pager for 1977’s one-shot DC 5-Star Super-Hero Spectacular (DC Special Series #1) Dollar Comic, also featuring Batman, Flash, Green Arrow, and Aquaman, I saw the chance to send the Mighty Mite back in time via Professor Hyatt’s Time Pool and confront the situation.… Read the rest

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Paul Kupperberg on July 5th, 2010

More discoveries from the bottom of the file cabinet!

A file folder labeled “Autographs/Sketches,” containing, among other things, personalized autographs from Gumby & Pokey creator Art Clokey (“Hi, Paul–Have a Gumby life, Art Clokey”…words to live by, my friends) and Mickey Spillane; a postcard from author and Elric creator Michael Moorcock (signed “Mike”); signed notes from Joe Simon (as in …& Kirby), Dick Sprang (where the “good” Batman artist of the 1940s and 1950s thanks me for a short bio I wrote of him and calls me a “superb editor”!!);… Read the rest

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