Cover Reveal: Supertown

We’re excited to share with you the cover for a wonderful new novel by Eisner Award-nominated author, Paul Kupperberg.

Supertown is a top-flight sci-fi adventure that introduces readers to a very memorable—and relatable—protagonist in Wally Crenshaw. Paul Kupperberg blends his decades of expertise writing fun, engaging superhero comics with skillful prose to create a can’t miss YA novel. This book is a blast.”—Alex Segura, author of Secret Identity

“In his captivating novel, Supertown, Paul Kupperberg embraces his inner kid, the one who fell in love with comic books and superheroes. With heart and soul and a sense of humor, he brings to life that fantasy we’ve all dreamed of at one time or another: what it would feel like to become a superhero in real life!”—Michael Uslan, Originator and Executive Producer of the Batman movie franchise and author of The Boy Who Loved Batman

All young Wally Crenshaw wants is to be a super, ever since he saw Hyperion and the Justice Brigade save the day in Washington, DC.

But nothing ever happens in his hometown. A strange atmospheric anomaly means the internet is only on a couple of hours a day and cell phones don’t work there at all. In many ways, Crumbly-by-the-Sea, New Jersey is the town that technology forgot.

And that’s exactly why a certain super has retired there, hoping never to have to risk life and limb fighting superpowered villains or inter-dimensional aliens ever again.

Paul Kupperberg (Person) - Comic VineBut sleepy Crumbly-by-the-Sea is about to get a wake-up call, and things may never be the same.

Paul Kupperberg is the writer of the best-selling and critically acclaimed Life with Archie: The Married Life Magazine for Archie Comics, nominated for a 2012 Eisner Award in the Best Publication for Young Adults category and a 2013 Harvey Award for Best Graphic Album Previously Published. Life with Archie was also nominated for a 2014 GLAAD Award (Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation) for “Outstanding Comic Book.” His young adult novel, Kevin, featuring Kevin Keller, the first openly gay character in the history of Archie Comics, was published in April 2013 by Penguin/Grossett & Dunlap. He is also the author of hundreds of books, stories, comic books, and newspaper comic strips.

February 28, 2022 | 368 Pages | Juvenile Fiction (Middle Grade) | Trade Paperback

$15.99 | ISBN: 978-1-937868-85-7

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