Kubert School instructor Darren Auck was interviewed about his career, comic books and teaching.
2011 graduate Anthony Marques who has been working as an assistant editor on all the Superman titles at DC Comics is leaving his position to concentrate on his drawing and wil begin working on something for Dark Horse Comics.
The Kubert School will be attending Eternal Con, held at the Cradle of Aviation Museum in Garden City, Long Island, NY on June 14th and 15th.
Adam Kubert will be a featured guest of the convention on Sunday the 15th.
Adam Kubert will a special guest of The Amazing Las Vegas Comic Con, held at the south Point Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada on June 20th - 22nd.
Andy Kubert and The Kubert School will be at the Phoenix ComicCon starting today, June 5, 2014!!
If you are in the area, stop by the our booth, #423. Andy Kubert will be signing on Friday, 1:30-3:00 and Saturday, 11:00 - 12:00 and 3:00 - 4:00. The Kubert School Panel is Friday from 12:00 - 1:00.
On Wednesday May 21st The Kubert School celebrated the graduation of The Class of 2014 with a recognition dinner at Meadow Wood Manor in Randolph, New Jersey. This year, along with the party where we say good bye to our grads and send them out into the world, we took a moment to recognize and appreciate our own Hy Eisman.
Hy has been a member of the teaching staff since Joe Kubert started the school in 1976 and has taught a generation of artists about humor and the invaluable skills needed for comic book lettering.
Hy's own career includes working on a number of popular newspaper comic strips including, Little Iodine, The Katzenjammer Kids and Popeye.
We presented Hy with a plaque that reads: OUTSTANDING INSTRUCTOR AWARD, Hy Eisman, In Appreciation Of 38 Years Of Teaching Excellence.
A well deserved congratulations goes out to The Kubert School, Class of 2014.
Fourteen students completed their three years of training here at the school and we couldn't be more proud of them.
Take a look at the work of our newest graduates here: http://kubertschool.edu/graduating-class.html
The best small comic convention in America announces its return with a tribute to artist and teacher Joe Kubert!
On Saturday May 10th, 2014 The Hawthorne High School Comic Book Convention returns for its 7th go-round. It will have all the features that have made it a very special event on the comic book convention calendar.
The Hawthorne High School Cartooning and Hawthorne High School Art Clubs are sponsoring the event. Faculty Advisors are art teachers Allan Rosenberg, Danielle Russo and social studies teacher Matthew Ambrose. The students of the two clubs are the heart and soul of the show as they run the show and organize every aspect of the event.
The convention is a fundraiser for the Art Department and includes an auction featuring original art, signed books and other comic collectables donated by our guests and others from the comic book industry. We will be having art lessons running throughout the day available to all attendees. Our guests will also speak about careers in art.
This year we will be paying tribute to one of the greats of comics and Illustration: Joe Kubert: A great cartoonist and a great art educator. The Joe Kubert School of Cartoon and Graphic Art is one of the leading schools teaching graphic arts in the world. We are inviting graduates from The Joe Kubert School to appear as guests. A representative from the school will be with us. This tribute is a very special occasion for art teacher Allan Rosenberg. Allan’s favorite cartoonist when he was in high school was Joe Kubert and Joe was partially responsible for Allan becoming an art teacher through the example Mr. Kubert set.
Hawthorne High School Comic Book Convention
Saturday May 10th, 2014
Hawthorne High School
160 Parmelee Ave.
Hawthorne, NJ 05706
Class of 2012 graduate Brigid Allanson, just returned from PAX East, where as part of Ackk Studios she helped unveil their new independently developed video game Y II K.
Brigid created the poster as well as additional artwork for the game. Previously, Brigid was part of the development team for Ackk Studios first game Two Brothers.
As winter turns slowly to spring here in North Jersey the graduating class of 2014 is being kept very busy with a series of professional portfolio reviews.
On March 19th, the entire third year class traveled to New York City to visit the editorial offices of Valiant Entertainment. Each student portfolio was individually reviewed by one of Valiant's editors.
The following week by arrangement with the publishers our graduating class submitted e-mail portfolios to IDW Publishing and BOOM Studios for review by their editorial staff.
On April 2nd, the graduating class will take another trip to Manhattan to visit the editorial offices of DC Comics and meet with Art Director Mark Chiarello and a team of editors for individual review of their portfolios.
On Friday, April 11th comic book publishers Zenescope Entertainment and Dynamite Entertainment will be sending editors to our school here in Dover to review the portfolios of the third year class.
Additionally, on April 16th Marvel Comics will be sending an editor to visit the school for individual review of all our graduating student's portfolios.
Orange County Convention Center
March 21st - 23rd
Adam Kubert will be signing at The Kubert School booth #526 on Saturday and Sunday from 3:30 to 4:30. Adam will also lead a panel discussion on The Kubert School, on Saturday the 22nd from 2:30 to 3:10 in room S310AB.
The very talented Carli Ihde (Class of 2011) has provided animation for a video of the song Adieu.
This was for broadcast on episode 5 of Joseph Gordon-Levitt's television program HITRECORD.
Carli's work appears at the :52, 1:19, 1:40 and 1:48 marks.
Here's a link to a great interview with 2010 Kubert School grad Chris Mooneyham
In the interview Chris discusses his artistic process on the comic book FIVE GHOSTS.
Class of 1984 graduate Tayo Fatunla will be visiting the school on Tuesday February 4th.
the London based cartoonist will give a talk to the students and talk about his career and experiences as an internationally published cartoonist.
Tayo was the first international student to arrive at our school from Africa. His work appears in the weekly British magazine West Africa and his own comic strip, Our Roots which is a visual history of Africa and Africans.
Andy Kubert, vice president and instructor at The Kubert School is the focus of a recent news articles due to his latest project DAMIAN: SON of BATMAN.
This project is noteworthy because this is Andy's debut as a writer.