Paul Kupperberg


5 New Kolchak The Night Stalker Books Coming This February

Are you a fan of Kolchak the Night Stalker? If so, then Moonstone Books is going to be your best friend in February 2016. They are releasing 5 new Kolchak books that month. Kolchak/Dan Shamble: Zombie PI, Story: Kevin J. Anderson, Richard Dean Starr Art-Colors: Sergio Ibanez Covers: (A)Dennis Calero,(B) Woodrow Hinton lll Superstar author Kevin J […]

Alan Kupperberg Dies, Aged 62

According to his brother and fellow comic book professional Paul, veteran comic book artist and writer Alan Kupperberg died last night from thymus cancer, aged 62. Kupperberg was an artist on many Marvel comic books during the seventies and eighties including The Invaders, Thor, Marvel Two-In-One, What If, Defenders, Star Wars, Iceman, New Universe, The Punisher and Spider-Man titles […]

The All-Star Sci-Fi Anthology, Pangea, From Crazy 8 Hits Kickstarter

  Crazy 8 Press is launching a Kickstarter campaign for its latest science fiction/fantasy prose anthology, Pangea. The multi-author collection turns on the notion that mankind has always lived on a single super-continent, with a world history – and present – far different from our own. And you might recognise a few of them from […]

Thor's Comic Review Column – Teen Titans, Dark Engine, Translucid, Black Market, Seconds, Life With Archie, Journey Into Mystery: Sif, And A Few Words For Those Who Can't Handle Change In Funnybooks

This Week's Comic Reviews Include: Teen Titans #1 Dark Engine #1 Translucid #4 Black Market #1 Seconds Life With Archie #36 Journey Into Mystery Featuring Sif Vol. 1 and 2 But first, a word or two directed to those who can't handle change in their superhero funnybooks. 1. An Open Letter to People Complaining About […]


Freakmagnets and Criminal Indictments—Archie Comics at Baltimore Comic Con

Archie Comics has been called one of the most progressive comics publishers around for some time now, particularly since the 2006 introduction of gay character Kevin Keller to the Archie universe. Several soon-to-be-released series like Afterlife with Archie and The Fox suggest that Archie Comics doesn't shy away from shifting its public image these days […]