For Sale

Unlike comic book artists, comic book writers have no original art or commissions to sell. What we do have are photocopies or printouts of many of the comic book scripts, series proposals, and book manuscripts that we've written. In my case, that includes stories for a wide range of characters, from Superman and Green Lantern to Archie Andrews and Scooby Doo...including some unpublished comic book scripts featuring Hawkman, Green Lantern, Supergirl, and Superboy. Please see a list of what is available, below.

I will happily personalize and autograph any script so please indicate how you would like me to sign.

I also have limited copies of comic books and books I have written or featuring stories I have written. These are also available personalized and autographed.


Orders are placed by contacting me at Please include the items you want, the quantity, how you want them personalized and/or autographed, and your mailing address.

Shipping is $5.00 (USPS Priority Mail). I'll ship multiple items together, as long as they fit in a Priority Mail envelope. Payment is made through PayPal.

You can also find me, sans commercials, at And Then I Wrote....

All characters and titles are trademark and copyright by their respective owners. I do not sell any scripts before the stories have been published, except in the case of scripts that have been written off and will never see publication. These scripts are solely for entertainment and educational purposes. No rights to reproduce or publish this material in any manner, shape, or medium is attached to the sale and are not mine to grant.

Wednesday, December 15, 2010

My second eBook from Buffalo Avenue Books has just gone online at and is available for download! It's called In My Shorts: Hitler's Bellhop and Other Short Stories, and looks something like this...

eBook Price: $8.99 USD. 40,570 words. Fiction by Paul Kupperberg, published by Buffalo Avenue Books at on December 14, 2010. 

Included are three previously published short stories, "Reflected Glory," (from the anthology Superheroes), "Food For the Beast" (from Fear Itself), and "Man Bites Dog" (from Vampires: Dracula and the Undead Legions), as well as three never-before-published pieces:

Hitler's Bellhop, a story told by a film magazine essay and the lost fragments of a Jerry Lewis screenplay that never was but, really, could have been;

A Stone for the Grave of Mr. Aronson, a mood piece about a man's last hour of life, set in a lonely graveyard;

The Zombie King, a piece of flash fiction that takes a Roger Cormanish look at the New Testament.

The cover is courtesy of Kansas City's own Rick Stasi, my pal and graphic artist extraordinaire.

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