Martin Pasko

Paul Kupperberg on May 12th, 2020
Keith Giffen, me, Marty Pasko, at Terrificon, August 2017.

I made Marty Pasko my comedy bitch one night at a comic book convention in the late-1970s or early-1980s. I could always make Marty laugh; I’m a fairly funny guy and he was a fairly easy audience, but I didn’t own him until that night when a bunch of us were gathered in somebody’s hotel room where some drinking might have been taking place, and I announced, likely apropos of nothing, that I could crack Marty up in just three random phrases.… Read the rest

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Paul Kupperberg on January 14th, 2018

One of my duties in the early 2000s as an editor in DC Comics’ Licensing Group was to write or re-write a variety of DC Superhero themed stunt and stage shows presented at the various Six Flags Amusement Parks across the country.… Read the rest

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Paul Kupperberg on September 15th, 2017

It must have been 1968, just before DC Comics (then known as National Periodical Publications, or just National) move from 575 Lexington Avenue, and I was a thirteen year old comic book reader making my first visit to the Manhattan offices of DC Comics.… Read the rest

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