Pablo Marcos

Paul Kupperberg on February 15th, 2020

Ripped from the pages of Green Lantern #156 (September 1982)… “The Gladiator’s Apprentice,” another Tale of the Green Lantern Corps, this one by me, artists Paris Cullins and Pablo Marcos, letterer Adam Kubert, the mighty Jerry Serpe on colors, and, as always, editor Dave Manak.… Read the rest

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Paul Kupperberg on June 25th, 2019

In 1988, I wrote a 4-issue PEACEMAKER miniseries (based on the original Charlton Comics character, created, written, and drawn by the late, great Pat Boyette), which featured art by Tod Smith and Pablo Marcos, but another deep dive into the files reveals the following proposal for an ongoing PEACEMAKER series that I pitched, apparently after the cancellation of CHECKMATE #33 (January 1991), where the character had been appearing since his reintroduction in VIGILANTE a few years earlier.… Read the rest

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Part 2 of a script I wrote for Pablo Marcos for a comic he produced for a Mexican publisher, Suko, The Eternal Samurai

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1 (CUT TO: the POV of someone hiding in the shadows at the mouth of a filthy, rubble and debris filled alleyway, watching the people being herded along past the alley.)
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Paul Kupperberg on July 20th, 2010
During the late 1980s or early-1990s, I wrote a couple of scripts for South American artist Pablo Marcos (famous for his work on Marvel’s Conan and just about everything for DC Comics), who packaged Suko, The Eternal Samurai, a Conan rip-off he had created for a Mexican comic book publisher.
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