My thanks to Joe, for all of the wonderful moments he has provided to me via his incredible narrative work. I'm thrilled that I was able to finally meet him at the last C2E2 convention that he made an appearance at in Chicago. Such a kind, gracious man. Thank you for everything.
The Kubert family we are so sorry about you loss. And these are times that we are at a loss. But never alone the Almighty God is with us. And we fine protections and he tell us how. Isaiah 43:13 and i have found comfort in this. Soon now all us will welcome back our love ones Matthew 5:5
I only had one chance to meet Joe. I dragged my youngest daughter to his school during a trip to visit my mom in D.C. I waited for him to come back from lunch and begged him to sign some of the books I had brought with me. He was very gracious. I will always remember this moment. It saddens me greatly to hear of his passing.
Our sincerest condolences to the Kubert family. Our son, Dennis, graduated from the his school in 2000. He loved every day he was there and had much admiration for Mr. Kubert and the staff. The world of art has lost a treasure. Most Sincerely, Dennis, Joyce, Dennis, Jr. and Jaime Lynn Budd
I go to Saturday Classes at the school...Saw him once there Joe Thank you for creating the best school in the world. RIP
I never had the honor of meeting Joe Kubert personally, but I pass my upmost sincere condolences to his family and look forward to attending his school. We know he'll live on not only in his works and loved ones, but through the students who were fortunate enough to learn under him.
Adam, Andy, David and the Kubert family,
Unfortunately I was out of state and did not hear about Joe's passing until my return. I regret not having attended his services, my deepest sympathy to the family. He was one of the greatest men I'd ever known and had changed MY life completely. He'll be missed by many.
I had the pleasure of meeting Joe Kubert as a student in his school. He was always very kind, a consumate professional who loved what he did, and he always had his door open to exchange opinions or to give you a Master class. Joe, thank you for teaching me what it meant to be a professional.
Rest in peace
My deepest sympathies to the Kubert family. I've followed Joe Kubert's career since I was a kid back in the early '60s, with Sgt Rock and Hawkman. He was truly a giant in the field. I only met him once, at the DC convention in the '70s when he drew me a picture of Tarzan, which I will continue to cherish. Another giant in the field is gone. He will be missed!
I had the privilege of being one of his students at the school class of 1985. My deepest sympathies to the family!
Although I have never met Joe Kubert personally, I have had the opportunity of learning from him through his correspondence courses on how to draw comics from the Kubert school.
Over the years I have been inspired by his talent and story telling brilliance.
I am thankful for Joe Kubert and his family for having provided us the fans the opportunity to attend his school and take his courses.
I am saddened for all of those whom knew him personally and professionally for their terrible loss.
And for those I would just ask them to remember that love is how we stay alive, even after we are gone, and Joe was loved by those who knew him and his fans alike.And he will live forever.
God bless the Joe kubert and his family.
Eric J Rizzo
I met Joe Kubert at the graduation of my daughter and son-in-law from the Kubert School. He had kind and encouraging words for their talents and future. As a parent, I am grateful to Joe for his school and his daily influence as an artist, educator, and humanitarian. He was a gentleman in the truest sense of the word.
My condolences to the Kubert Family . A great man and a great loss.
He changed the world in his own way. He made it better. It was an honor to have known him
It's hard to imagine comics without him. I believe he had the longest run of productive work of any comic book artist, ever. His work at age 85 was as good as his work at age 40, if not better.
To the family of Joe,
I so enjoyed Joe's acquaintance with me during our Rotary years in Dover. He was a fine gentleman. My heartfelt sympathy to all of you
Mr. Kubert was a good man. That really enjoy his work and helping others. May you find joy in the times you shared. Better days are ahead.
Lot´s of love and respect and a many Great Thanks for all the inspiration and amazing stories and art. May your work live on into infinity!
All the best and lot´s of strength from over here in Holland!
Mr Kubert will be greatly missed! Thoughts and prayers to his family.
I have many happy childhood memories that involved Sgt. Rock, waiting on a new issue to come in the mail, reading it, sharing it with friends, recreating scenes as we played. . . I pray that God will bless you in your time of loss.
You will always live in our hearts and prayers.
We are so sorry to hear this very sad news. Your family will be in our thoughts and prayers. Our son, Daniel, has been attending Mr. Kubert's school since 5th grade~~he is now 17. He'll miss seeing Mr. Kubert there. It is truly one of his most favorite places to be. Mr Kubert is such a great inspiration and truly a special gift to the world!
We hope your family find peace in the words Jesus spoke to Martha at John 11:21-26.
I'm sorry to hear of your loss. I did not know your father personally, but I knew him through his art and all of his work. He will be missed, but not forgotten. RIP Joe
Both my children have been attending the summer camp at Mr. Kubert's school. He always would take the time to stop in and give them encouragement. He truly loved his work, he was a lucky man.
Adam & Andy,
Sorry to hear of the passing of your dad. I enjoyed reading Sgt. Rock as a teen. A few years ago, I was at the American Armoured Foundation Tank Museum in Danville, VA and saw a copy of a Sgt. Rock comic book in a display case. The industry will miss him, but also live on because of him.
Joe was the most wonderful "big brother" I could ask for. He was married to my sister, Muriel, for more than 50 years. He was always there for me, and very insightful and encouraging to me in my youth and later on in life.
Joe will be remembered as a loving, spirited and talented man, always humble and grateful that he could "play" every day at his drawing board (cartooning was never work!
Joe will be greatly missed by me; by all.
Lenore Fogelson Millian