Paul Kupperberg is the author of The Same Old Story and In My Shorts: Hitler’s Bellhop and Other Stories (Crazy 8 Press), and more than two dozen books of fiction and non-fiction for all ages, including Jew-Jitsu: The Hebrew Hands of Fury (Kensington Books) and the GLAAD Media Award nominated YA novel Kevin (Grosset & Dunlap), featuring the first gay character in the Archie Comics universe. He has contributed to anthologies from Pocket Books, Titan, Ace, HarperCollins, Warner, Bantam, DAW, Moonstone, and others.
Paul is also a prolific writer of more than 1,000 comic book stories for DC Comics, Marvel Comics, Archie Comics, Charlton Neo Comics, and others, including the controversial 2012 “Marriage of Kevin Keller” and 2014 “Death of Archie” storylines (Archie Comics). He created the comic series Arion Lord of Atlantis, Checkmate, and Takion, wrote for Superman, Supergirl, Masters of the Universe, Captain America, Conan, The Simpsons, Scooby Doo, and scores of other characters, as well as on-line web animation, the syndicated Superman and Tom & Jerry newspaper strips, and humor and parody for Marvel’s Crazy Magazine.
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