Joe Kubert is a guy from Brooklyn who ended up becoming one of the best and most influential comic artists of the Silver Age. He’s also the founder of the Joe Kubert School of Graphic Design, alma mater to many of today’s leading comics illustrators. The Kubert School is local to Aardwolf's founders, and nothing was more pleasing than to enjoy a good conversation with Joe after we bumped into him at the local grocery store or coffee shop.
Aardwolf Publishing has been working with the Kubert for many years to help develop young artists entering the world of professional development of comics and graphic arts.
You can see Joe Kubert's work in the following Aardwolf publications:
Crawling from the Wreckage
Crawling from the Wreckage is a breakthrough collection of stories by Aardwolf's premier writer Clifford Meth.
Wrapped by an awe-inspiring cover painted by Joe Kubert, this volume also includes incredible illustrations by Gene Colan (who also wrote the introduction), George Pérez, Joe St. Pierre, Ron Wagner, Bill Messner-Loebs, Nelson, Dave Cockrum, Paty, and newcomer Adlai Zander.
god’s 15 minutes is 242 pages of pure Clifford Meth adrenaline.
This single volume collects updated stories that first appeared in Meth's previous publications Crib Death & Other Bedtime Stories, This Bastard Planet, The White Man Dancing, Crawling from the Wreckage, Perverts, Pedophiles and Other Theologians, Crib Death: The Baby-sitter's Companion, Aardwolf Comics #1, and Aardwolf Comics #2.