Planet Comicon 2014 Guest: Paul Kupperberg

Paul PK_headshotKupperberg is the author of more than two dozen books, countless short stories and articles, and more than 700 comic book stories.

Paul is the author of the comic book themed mystery novel, The Same Old, as well as the Archie Comics’ Betty & Vsameoldstory_eronica Valentine’s Day Mad Libs, and the young adult novel, Kevin, featuring the first openly gay character in Archie Comics’ history which spun from the 2012 Eisner Award and 2013 Harvey Award nominated monthly Life With Archie: The Married Life mag286122_20131010221347_largeazine, which featured the bestselling marriage of Kevin Keller and Dr. Clay Walker.

Paul is also the author of more than two dozen books and has contributed short stories to many anthologies, including the ReDeus, of which he is also co-creator, as well as to the young adult story series, Latchkeys  and in the Hellfire Lounge books.61IGrFVY3dL._SY344_BO1,204,203,200_

Paul has also written hundreds of comic book stories, from Batman to Bart Simpson and Superman to Scooby Doo, as well as the Superman and Tom & Jerry syndicated newspaper strips, and numerous articles, reviews, and short stories.
Paul was editor for DC Comics for such titles as The Flash, Wonder Woman, Jack Kirby’s Fourth World, and Impulse.  Paul has written comic book stories while at DC for Superman, Action Comics, Supergirl, and Superboy titles, the “new” Doom Patrol, Green Lantern, The Brave and the Bold, Showcase, Star Trek, and many others.

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You can follow Paul at Paulkupperberg.com

Planet Comicon 2013 Creator Guests of Honor

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  1. […] Charlton was the “other” comics publisher of  mystery, romance, and superhero titles. Join Paul Kupperberg and Rick Stasi, two of the creators of Charlton Arrow, for a trip down memory lane and an […]

  2. […] for a discussion of the DC Comics that inspired them! Moderated by long-time DC editor and writer Paul Kupperberg. – ROOM 2502 (Lower […]

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