Alan Kupperberg at the 2008 Big Apple Comic Convention.
|Notable works||Obnoxio the Clown
Kupperberg began writing and drawing for Marvel Comics in 1974, mostly doing fill-ins and one-shots. Eventually, he had runs on team books like The Invaders and The Defenders; and drew a number of issues of What If.
Occasionally working as a writer, Kupperberg created the 1983 one-shot comic Obnoxio the Clown vs. The X-Men as a one-man band, handling everything from writing and illustrating to lettering. In 1987, Kupperberg worked on both Spectacular Spider-Man and The Amazing Spider-Man. From 1988–1991, Kupperberg drew Spider-Ham back-up stories in Marvel Tales.
From the mid-1980s into the early 1990s, Kupperberg illustrated such DC Comics titles as Justice League of America, Warlord, The Fury of Firestorm, DC Comics Presents, COPS, Dragonlance, and Blue Devil.
Outside of comics
Kupperberg worked on script development and character design for Sullivan Bluth Studios' 1994 animated feature Thumbelina. From 1994, he worked with Nickelodeon/Viacom on the Tom Terrific animated project.
He has also done design work and scripting for numerous advertising and production agencies. His autobiographical strips have appeared in Comic Art and in the Streetwise book.
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