Comicscape: RIP Joe Kubert Comments -


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lazerman 8/15/2012 2:21:55 AM

over 20 years ago, I thought I could try my hand at comic book artistry, I have stories I wanted to tell, characters I wanted to create, and I got so far as to even trying an introductory course in sequential art from the JOE KUBERT SCHOOL, but alas, I lack the patience, and above all, the raw TALENT needed for this medium.

But I still love the great stories and how a genius artist, like Mr Kubert could convey so much in a single image.


You will never be forgotten sir.  I Salute you.


ObiWannaJones 8/15/2012 6:44:57 AM

That issue #1 of Dr. Fate and The Batman with the Gentleman Ghost are fond memories of my childhood. Kubert was the master, and an artist of an entire generation.

monkeyfoot 8/15/2012 7:58:43 AM

I was never a fan of Kubert's style but I still acknowledge his greatness. Good journey to you,sir.

calhob 8/15/2012 8:17:35 AM

 I collect Sgt. Rock comics mainly because the covers Kubert drew were so amazing. I could frame every one.

shac2846 8/15/2012 8:53:48 AM

Does anyone know of joe kuberts work in collected edition that are still in print. I know about his tarzan work but I believe that is mostly out of print. Maybe they'll bring it back now. I have a few things of kubert (hawkman archives and a few others) but lots of stuff from his sons. I'd love to have more of his stuff in my trade collection. 

SarcasticCaveman 8/15/2012 1:12:16 PM

 Proof that the universe is an unfair place - a real talent passes while Rob Liefeld continues to draw the same three characters with HUGE shoulder pads and crooked guns.

joelr 8/16/2012 7:52:57 AM

Nice to hear everyone's love of Kubert. I'm thinking DC should put out a nice hardback of all his covers. An instant buy.

domino2008 8/18/2012 10:37:56 PM

Joe Kubert was one of the best siver age artists that enligned many with his many characters such as ; SGT ROCK , ENEMY ACE  , HAWKMAN . Just resently He did the coloring for NITE OWL with His son Andy who drew it . Such artwork will be missed , RIP JOE , let your images thrill generations in the future as did in the past.



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