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February 25, 2018

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August 16, 2012
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

Jordi Majo
August 15, 2012
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!
August 14, 2012
I had the privilege of being one of his students at the school class of 1985. My deepest sympathies to the family!
August 14, 2012
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