Michael Kupperman

Michael Kupperman Michael Kupperman (born April 26, 1966), also known by the pseudonym P. Revess, is an American cartoonist and illustrator. He created the comic strips ''Up All Night'' and ''Found in the Street'', and has written scripts for DC Comics. His work often dwells in surrealism and absurdity "played as seriously as possible."

His work has appeared in ''The New Yorker'', ''The New York Times'', ''LA Weekly'', ''The Wall Street Journal'', ''Screw'', ''Fortune'', ''The Independent on Sunday'', ''Libération'', ''Nickelodeon Magazine'', ''The Believer'', and ''Heavy Metal'', as well as in comics anthologies such as ''Hotwire'', ''Snake Eyes'', ''Zero Zero'', ''Hyena'', ''Hodags and Hodaddies'', ''Blood Orange'', ''Rosetta'', ''106U'', and ''Legal Action Comics''. He has also worked on many books and projects for McSweeney's. Provided by Wikipedia
by Kupperman, Michael, 1966-
Published 2018
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