Joe Kubert (b. September 18, 1926 – d.August 12, 2012) was a writer.
Joe Kubert was born in the village of Neuenhagen, which at the time was part of the German province of Westpommern. After 1945, Neuenhagen became part of Poland and has since been called Jezierzany.
Kubert was a comic book artist and editor, as well as the founder of the Joe Kubert School of Cartoon and Graphic Art. Joe has two sons who are likewise involved in the comics industry, Andy and Adam. The Kubert siblings have contributed material to both Marvel and DC Comics. Joe's granddaughters, Katie and Emma Kubert have also done work in the comic industry, with Katie working as an editor and Emma as a letterer.
Joe Kubert is widely recognized for his contributions to the genre of war era comics with titles such as All-American Men of War, G.I. Combat, and Sgt. Rock. He is also remembered for his work on the character of Hawkman during the early The Brave and the Bold stories of the 1960s.
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