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Paul Kupperberg
Paul Kupperberg is the author of more than two dozen books, countless short stories and articles, and more than 700 comic book stories. His books include THE SAME OLD STORY, TWO TALES OF ATLANTIS, and IN MY SORTS: HITLER'S BELLHOP AND OTHER STORIES (available for download on Amazon.com), CRIME... show more



Paul Kupperberg is the author of more than two dozen books, countless short stories and articles, and more than 700 comic book stories. His books include THE SAME OLD STORY, TWO TALES OF ATLANTIS, and IN MY SORTS: HITLER'S BELLHOP AND OTHER STORIES (available for download on Amazon.com), CRIME CAMPAIGN and MURDERMOON (Pocket Books), JSA: RAGNAROK (DC Comics), the humor book JEW-JITSU: THE HEBREW HANDS OF FURY (Kensington Publishing), the young adult novels WISHBONE: THE SIRIAN CONSPIRACY (with Michael Jan Friedman) and HEY, SOPHIE!, and storybooks featuring Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman, Firehouse Tales, Kung Fu Panda, Megamind, and others for Stone Arch Books, Dalmatian Press, Simon & Schuster, and others. Paul currently writes the bestselling 2012 Eisner Award nominated monthly LIFE WITH ARCHIE: THE MARRIED LIFE Magazine for Archie Comics.He is the co-creator and contributor to the new fantasy anthology REDEUS: DIVINE TALES (available in print or as a ebook on Amazon.com, or directly from the author at Paulkupperberg.com) and LATCHKEYS: THE BOOTLEG WAR, an ebook young adult fantasy series, available on Amazon.com.He is author of KEVIN, a middle readers novel based on the groundbreaking Archie Comics character, coming in April 2013 from Grossett & Dunlap ("Kevin Keller is the first openly gay character in the history of Archie Comics and currently stars in his own best-selling series of comic books. In this special paper-over-board novel, we focus on Kevin's early, awkward years and the struggles and joys of his inspirational road to self-discovery. This sweet and funny coming of age story features a strong anti-bullying message and is a perfect gift for Archie fans, parents, and anyone who has--or is--struggling to find their place.").His short stories and novellas have been published in anthologies from Ace, DAW Books, Pocket Books, Warner Books, Moonstone Books, and others. Paul writes frequently on comic book history and pop culture for DC Comics and websites, including Bookgasm.com and ComicMix.com, and is the author of more than a dozen non-fiction books for young adults on topics ranging from history and biography to pop culture and science for Rosen Publishing and Facts On File. He has also written humor and satire for Marvel's CRAZY Magazine, syndicated newspaper strips (Superman, Tom & Jerry), online animation, coloring books, and advertising. Meanwhile, in his day job, he has been an Editor for DC Comics, Executive Editor of WEEKLY WORLD NEWS and Senior Editor of World Wrestling Entertainment's WWE KIDS Magazine. You can visit Paul at PaulKupperberg.com.

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Grimlock ♥ Ultra Magnus
Grimlock ♥ Ultra Magnus rated it 2 years ago
Because this is about Archie and the gang as adults, it gets a little more serious: a shooter targeting gay people, Kevin Keller as a senator, Cheryl Blossom has cancer, and the list goes on. It's still a bit too cutesy for my taste, but I enjoyed it more than I expected because of some of the adu...
Irresponsible Reader
Irresponsible Reader rated it 3 years ago
This is the strongest collection of stories that I can remember reading in the last few years -- 15 stories and only 1 that didn't work for me (it was fine, I just didn't think it took advantage of the SF setting). I really would like to post a few paragraphs about each story -- but wow, that's too ...
Shelf Indulgence
Shelf Indulgence rated it 6 years ago
I started reading comic books back when I was about 12 or 13, and around that time, I discovered Ambush Bug. It was the perfect sort of reading for someone that age, since Ambush Bug was all about the silliness. What I didn't understand at the time was that a lot of the jokes were about the comic ...
Rich's Gulag
Rich's Gulag rated it 7 years ago
Ambush Bug is one of those unique characters ... an actually funny, fourth-wall-breaking kinds guy. This Showcase Presents volume features all of his appearances from the 20th century. It's hilarious stuff, but very in-joke-ish; you have to be a comic fan to get a lot of the references, and being a...
Amadan na Briona
Amadan na Briona rated it 42 years ago
Read this a long, long time ago (when it was first published). Enjoyed it as a kid, though I knew even then it was just a cheap pulp novel.
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