Peter Kuper

Peter Kuper is a comics artist and illustrator whose work has appeared in The New Yorker, The Nation, and Mad (for which he writes and draws the iconic strip “Spy vs. Spy”). The writer/illustrator of a number of comics adaptations of Franz Kafka, his version of Joseph Conrad’s Heart of Darkness is scheduled for late 2019.


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Keep Even Man Where He Belongs

John W. W. Zeiser on the graphic adaptations "The Epic of Gilgamesh" by Kent H. Dixon and Kevin H. Dixon and "Kafkaesque: Fourteen Stories" by Peter Kuper....

Keep Even Man Where He Belongs


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