Joe Kubert comic
In conjunction with DC's launch of fantasy / adventure titles, writer and artist Joe Kubert revived Tor, the caveman whose legend began in the early 1950s. Tor was now a more experiences caveman, and Kubert a far more seasoned story teller. His powerful vistas provided authoritative narration as Tor recalled his younger years and the challenges of manhood - challenges that conveyed man's primitive, instinctive nature. Kubert's revival of Tor lasted 6 issues, though the series' sheer power and brilliance has transcended time.
Joe Kubert is one of the great comic book artists. His career literally traverses the history of comics, beginning in 1938 when he became a professional at age 12, to today as one of the greatest draftsmen working in the field. Kubert is known and respected as much for his sinewy, passionate drawing as he is for his consummate storytelling skills. Over his 70-year career in comics, he has worked as an artist, an editor, a publisher, an entrepreneur, and a cartooning auteur. The Art of Joe Kubert is a deluxe, full-color book that honors this legendary creator with beautifully reproduced artwork from every phase of his career as well as critical commentary by the book’s editor, comics historian and Kubert biographer Bill Schelly.
For decades, Joe Kubert has shown readers the true face of war – all the suffering, horror, loss and heroism of our fighting forces. With DONG XAOI, he goes a step beyond to tell a gut-wrenching tale of sacrifice that will linger long after you are done reading.
With great emotional power, YOSSEL draws a dark and brutal reality of ghetto life, of the stories he hears of the concentration camp atrocities, and ultimately portrays the final act of defiance and courage that drives the fatal uprising of the Warsaw Ghetto.
Genre: Graphic Novels
- Issue # TPB (4 years ago)
Don't miss the start of this far-ranging collection of stories from comics legend Joe Kubert and other great talents! This debut issue includes:Joe Kubert writes and illustrates two stories: A new Hawkman epic, and a tale of hard times called "Spit." A tale of Angel and The Ape from writer/artist Brian Buniak.Plus: Writer/artist Sam Glanzman returns to comics with a new tale of the U.S.S. Stevens!
Few artists can capture visceral action sequences and the dynamic human form like Joe Kubert, and his expressive talents are fully realized in his 1970s Tarzan comics. This beautiful archive collection-with an introduction by Kubert and color restoration based off of Tatjana Wood's original colors-is a must-have for fans of timeless adventure tales and Joe Kubert's undeniable intensity and skill. Beginning with this first volume, Dark Horse's hardcover series reprints Kubert's entire Tarzanwork. Join us on these primal adventures, as Tarzan discovers the pleasures and perils of the African wilds ... and the many dangers posed by both man and beast! Joe Kubert's Tarzan,Volume One, reprints issues 207 through 214 of the 1970s run, featuring "Origin of the Ape Man" (a bold adaptation of Edgar Rice Burroughs' first Tarzan novel), "Jungle Tales of Tarzan," and other stories inspired by Burroughs' books-all written and drawn by the legendary Joe Kubert!
In 1945, we told the world, "Never again." In 1992, the promise was broken into bloody shards. That was the year the war broke out in Sarajevo, Bosnia, the year that genocide revisited the planet. It was the year that Ervin Rustemagic an international businessman whose clients included author Joe Kubert found himself and his family trapped in a city under siege. Ervin's only means of communication to the outside world was via his fax machine. As Joe began to receive these messages from Ervin, he did what he had done for years he put the story to paper.
- Issue # TPB (5 years ago)
From legendary creator Joe Kubert comes this moving coming-of-age story set within Depression-era New York City. Ruby is a handsome young man growing up in a poor Brooklyn Jewish family. When Ruby falls in with a local mobster called Monk, his initial eagerness to make a few dollars to support his saintly, hardworking parents ends up getting him in way over his head in the organized crime world. Now he's caught up in both a war between the Jewish and Italian mobs over unionizing factories and an affair with his dangerous mentor's gorgeous moll.
- Issue # TPB (5 years ago)
Sgt. Rock and the Easy Company faced insurmountable odds from the Axis powers and lived to tell the tale. But have they finally been given a mission that will stop them in their tracks? Comics legend Joe Kubert returns to DC's legendary unit for a six-issue limited series based on a true story!