One of the very best…
We’ve done a number of 13 COVERS salutes to the late Joe Kubert over the years — unsurprising given his stature in the field.
This year, on what would have been Kubert’s 92nd birthday — he was born Sept. 18, 1926 — I could have chosen to spotlight one of those characters again, given just how compelling his work was on them. Instead, I’ve chosen to include them all — as well as a broader look at many of the other projects the artist was involved in over the years. (For the heck of it, I started in the Silver Age.)
This is by no means meant to be definitive. It clearly is not. But it does give an idea of the considerable impact Kubert — an artist, teacher and mentor — had on the world of comics.
Here we go:
— The Humanistic and Heroic Art of JOE KUBERT. Click here.
— 13 BRILLIANT PAGES: Inside Kubert’s TARZAN AND THE LION MAN Artist’s Edition. Click here.
Most covers and credits from the illustrious Grand Comics Database.