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Joe Kubert Presents

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For over seven decades, Joe Kubert helped create some of the most memorable characters and stories in history. Now,  the legendary, industry-defining creator unleashes an anthology-style graphic novel with original stories with far ranging characters and settings. Included in this new collection are tales featuring heroes from his most famous works, Sgt. Rock and Hawkman, ...more
Paperback, 304 pages
Published November 19th 2013 by DC Comics
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Nov 30, 2016 Skjam! rated it really liked it
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Joe Kubert (1926-2012) was one of the all-time great comic book artists. The bulk of his work was done for DC Comics, including many Hawkman and Sergeant Rock stories. Joe Kubert Presents was his final series, a tribute to him by the company he’d done so much for. Mr. Kubert was given free rein to choose which stories to do, and which other creators he wanted to share the spotlight with. Rather than risk an announcement of the series ahead of time only to not be able to deliver (this had ...more
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Jan 12, 2016 Nick Jones rated it liked it
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As one would expect from a multi-author and -illustrator anthology that contains content from among the genres of science fiction, war, nautical fiction, humor, et al, the quality of Joe Kubert Presents is extremely inconsistent. There's nothing that ties the various stories together thematically, and the tone of the jocular Angel and the Ape is worlds removed from something like the poignant Sgt. Rock, making for a jarring read at times. Some of the stories were clearly written and drawn quite ...more
Dec 16, 2013 Shawn rated it liked it
As with most anthologies, it's a bit uneven. The Redeemer story is definitely a product of it's time, but it is interesting enough that I wish he had been able to do the full 12 issues series he had planned. Didn't care for Spit, the artwork is beautiful, the story just doesn't do a thing for me.

In addition to Kubert, he had a couple of other's contribute to the series and my favorite was easily Brian Buniak's Angel and the Ape. I would love it if DC would let him do more with these characters o
Sep 28, 2015 Michael rated it really liked it
Great artwork, worth the price alone. Mostly solid stories, though few you'd really be missing out on if you missed. Budiak's "Angel and Ape" is cute initially, but runs out of steam, and Glanzman's U.S. Stevens stories are good. Kubert's contributions are gorgeous, but not as fully realized as his best work.
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Dec 05, 2013 T. Scott rated it really liked it
A really enjoyable read. What a great perspective on some of the events of WW2 is provided by USS Stevens.
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Joe Kubert was a Jewish-American comic book artist who went on to found the Joe Kubert School of Cartoon and Graphic Art. He is best known for his work on the DC Comics characters Sgt. Rock and Hawkman. His sons, Andy Kubert and Adam Kubert, have themselves become successful comic-book artists.

Kubert's other creations include the comic books Tor, Son of Sinbad, and Viking Prince, and, with writer
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