From his precocious beginning in comics right up until his unexpected end, Joe Kubert drew with eyes of fire and a hand of rare mettle:
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“Drawing never dies, it holds on by the skin of its teeth, because the hunger it satisfies – the desire for an active, investigative, manually vivid relation with the things we see and yearn to know about – is apparently immortal.”
Robert Hughes (28 July 1938 – 6 August 2012)
Ragged Claws Network > Look Here, Read: “The Celebrated Joe Kubert” – an interview with Kubert from 1974.
Ragged Claws Network > Heads Up: WEIRD HORRORS & DARING ADVENTURES: THE JOE KUBERT ARCHIVES VOL. 1 – includes “The Mirror of Isis,” a 7-page story from Eerie #3 (Oct.-Nov. 1951) with art by Kubert.
Ragged Claws Network > Look Here, Read: “Pony Express,” with art by Joe Kubert – a 5-page story from Apache Kid #13 (April 1955).