Peter Kuper Archives

The Daily LITG - 22nd September 2019
You can sign up to receive it as an e-mail here. The 21 most-read stories yesterday Dan Didio Finally Gives DC Fans the Crossover They Deserve Proper Nightwing to Return in 2020 in James Tynion IV's Batman Run Back to Watchmen and Batman With Tom King IDW Cancels "Magic The Gathering: Chandra: The Trials Of Alara" Comic Before Publication James Tynion[...]
Peter Kuper's Ruins Could Make Your Year
I had the good fortune to meet Peter Kuper at San Diego Comic Con, as he sat with his only copy of Ruins, the new graphic novel coming out in a couple of months from SelfMadeHero. And what a joy it was to sneak a peek. Ostensibly it's a road trip movie, only in that the driver[...]
Things To Do In New York This Week If You Like Comics(UPDATE)
Monday, November 3rd Politics and Comics, a special panel discussion including Peter Kuper, Jeff Danziger, and Liza Donnelly will be held at the Butler Library of Columbia University, room 532, from 6 to 8PM They say: "From Thomas Nast to Garry Trudeau, comics have a long tradition of political content and political inclinations Join Peter Kuper,[...]
Comic Con India Sells Out With Style!
Hopefully one of these days he might be willing to actually make the long trip across the globe and meet some of his ardent Indian fans in person. Amongst the star guests in attendance from lands far, far away (for just the 3rd time in the history of Comic Con India) in the form of several[...]
Things To Do In New York This Week If You Like Comics(UPDATE)
They say: "Celebrating the release of a new 320 page hard-cover anthology, artist/editors Peter Kuper, Seth Tobocman, Sabrina Jones and Sandy Jimenez will give you a behind the scenes history of the of the long-running zine's past, present and future with visual presentations". Wednesday, October 1st JHU Comics at 32 East 32nd Street in New York will[...]
Things to do in New York And Connecticut This Week If You Like Comics
The event is free and open to the public. Presentations will be by Scott Cunningham and Peter Kuper, moderated by Karen Green Bad For You co-author Scott Cunningham will read the opening comic about America's comic book censorship and burnings during the late 1940s and 50s, as well as other excerpts from his book with Kevin[...]
World War 3 Illustrated, An 'Open Platform For Protest' Celebrates 35 Years At MoCCA Fest
He also noted the propensity of WW3 to document the "slow transformations of neighborhoods from real communities to wastelands". Panelists included Sandy Jimenez, Seth Tobocman, Peter Kuper, Sabrina Jones, and Kevin Pyle, many of whom had worked as both editors and contributors in the anthology's 30 year history. For Peter Kuper and Seth Tobocman, the history of[...]
Things To Do In New York and Philadelphia This Week If You Like Comics
They say: "Comic book stories about death? Not easy material, but World War 3 Illustrated has never set out to gather and anthologize soothing entertainment; rather the magazine's editors (Peter Kuper, Scott Cunningham for Issue #45) continually strive to serve up illustrated narratives that relate to real concerns beyond the page, issue after issue It[...]