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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From the “Lost Stories” file comes this, “The Children’s Crusade,” a proposal I wrote in January of 1989 for a 3-issue DC Comics Prestige Format Black Canary miniseries that was, according to the title page, to be drawn by Michael Davis.… Read the rest

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Paul Kupperberg on August 23rd, 2012

Back in 1990, the most talented Chuck Fiala (creator of Bullet Crow, Phantom Bunny, etc.) and I worked up a proposal for a funny science fiction graphic novel called Waystation. I wrote, Chuck drew, and, if memory serves me, Bob Pinaha lettered, six pages of sample story that went something like this…

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