Power Girl

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
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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 November 6th, 2020

Special Sneak Preview!

Chapter 1
Today

On days like this Michael Holt was glad he’d decided not to die. That the early autumn air was pleasantly crisp after a brutally hot and sticky New York City summer was only one factor contributing to his contentment.… 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 June 22nd, 2019

Christopher J. Priest (the artist formerly known as Jim Owsley) is one of my favorite people and favorite writers, a friend since the late-1970s when I was a writing for Marvel’s Crazy Magazine and he was the assistant editor thereof. We worked together on staff at DC Comics for a couple of years, and we wrote for one another’s editorial offices.… Read the rest

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Paul Kupperberg on October 18th, 2011

A fine time was had by all! Met friends old and new, talked some business, took some pictures:

Me and the cover to the first LIFE WITH ARCHIE collection at the Archie Comics Booth
Power Girl and me
Me and Supergirl
Me and Plastic Man
From left to right: letterer extraordinaire John Workman, DC writer/production whiz Bob Rozakis, me (kneeling), DC writer/editor Jack C.
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