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The Joe Kubert School of Cartoon and Graphic Art has been fostering the next generation of talent for the last 35 years. In this spotlight, Joe Kubert (Sgt. Rock, Hawkman) and his son, Adam Kubert (Astonishing Spider-Man/Wolverine), answer all your questions about the Kubert school. During this session, Joe Kubert will also demonstrate his drawing techniques in a live demo. The piece he creates in the demo will be raffled off with the proceeds benefiting the National Cartoonists Society Foundation to aid indigent cartoonists. Stop by the the Joe Kubert School booth (#2289) Friday or Saturday for details and to purchase raffle tickets. Don’t miss out on this chance to see a living legend create a work of art right before your eyes!
Watching him create the art was really awesome. It was simply amazing to watch him make Hawkman and of course learning about the school.
Today’s comics are built on the shoulders of giants, many of whom we are lucky enough to not only still have among us, but who are also still producing quality work. This year’s Golden/Silver Age panel features AL JAFFEE (Mad magazine; Al Jaffee’s Mad Life), JERRY ROBINSON (Batman; Jerry Robinson: The Ambassador of Comics), JOHN ROMITA (Spider-Man; Captain America), IRWIN HASEN (Justice Society; LoverBoy) and RAMONA FRADON (Aquaman; Brenda Starr). Moderator ARIE KAPLAN (From Krakow to Krypton: Jews and Comic Books, Masters of the Comic Book Universe Revealed!), who grew up reading Golden and Silver Age comics.
It is always great to hear the legends, the true legends speak.
Michael Uslan talks about Batman and his passion and involvement in the many mediums of Batman at New York Comic Con 2010. This was really fascinating to hear him speak on all of this.