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Facts About Original Joe Kubert Comic Art

Record Sale for Artwork:
$89,625 The Brave and the Bold #34 Cover Art

Official Website:
https://www.kubertschool.edu

Key Comic Book Issues:

  • The Brave and the Bold #34
  • Showcase #4
  • Our Army at War #221
  • Sgt. Rock #17
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How Much is Joe Kubert Artwork Worth?

Joe Kubert pieces sell for four to five figures, with covers and major splash pages commanding a significant premium.

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Value of Original Joe Kubert Art

The Brave and the Bold #34 Cover Art sold for $89,625
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Batman #319 Cover Art sold for $14,400
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The Brave and the Bold #19 Page 12 sold for $10,800
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The Brave and the Bold #34 Page 21 sold for $14,340
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The Brave and the Bold #35 Page 6 sold for $8,365
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The Brave and the Bold #35 Splash 1 sold for $36,000
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The Brave and the Bold #44 Page 11 sold for $9,000
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Claw the Unconquered #14 Unpublished Cover Art sold for $8,700
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Combat #99 Splash Page 1 sold for $8,400
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G.I. Combat #180 Cover Art sold for $6,600
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Our Army at War #165 Cover Art sold for $21,510
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Our Army at War #174 Cover Art sold for $20,400
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Our Army at War #189 Cover Art sold for $12,000
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Our Army at War #190 Cover Art sold for $10,755
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Our Army at War #190 Cover Art sold for $9,860
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Our Army at War #221 Cover Art sold for $11,400
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Our Fighting Forces #141 Cover Art sold for $9,000
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Seven Soldiers of Victory Illustration sold for $7,170
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Sgt. Rock #17 Cover Art sold for $10,800
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Sgt. Rock #21 Cover Art sold for $9,600
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Sgt. Rock #411 Cover Art sold for $6,570
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Showcase #84 Cover Art sold for $14,400
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Showcase #102 Cover Art sold for $13,200
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Star Spangled War Stories #58 Splash Page 1 sold for $10,200
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Tarzan #240 Cover Art sold for $8,660
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History of Joe Kubert in Comic Book Art

Kubert's earliest professional work was for DC Comics predecessor, known then as All-American Publications in 1943. His first assignment was pencilling and inking the 50-page superhero-team story, Seven Soldiers of Victory published in Leading Comics #8.

Throughout the 1940s, Kubert worked for a variety of publishers like Fiction House, Avon and Harvey Comics. By the 1950s, he was the managing editor of St. John Publications and it was there that he began producing the first 3-D comic books. The first was Three Dimension Comics #1 in 1953, which featured the character of Mighty Mouse.

It was sold in a large format and cost 25 cents per issue for the customer which was notably higher than the average 10 cents that most other comics cost at the time. Despite this, Three Dimension Comics #1 sold an astonishing 1.2 million copies upon its release.

In 1955, Kubert returned to freelancing for DC Comics, starting with Our Army at War #32 and by the end of the year he was working for the publisher exclusively. He was assigned the task of reviving superheroes by DC editor, Julius Schwartz along with several other writers and artists like Robert Kanigher and Carmine Infantino.

They started with an attempt to repopularize The Flash, featuring the superhero in Showcase #4. Following that he and writer Gardner Fox created a revamped version of Hawkman, whom Kubert had previously drawn for All-American Publications back in the forties.

Both characters received a positive response and this led to a renewed interest in publishing companies to produce superhero stories in what would become known as the Silver Age of comics.

He was also a regular artist on the series The Brave and the Bold. Kubert had several other signature titles in the war genre, like G.I. Combat, Star Spangled War Stories and Sgt. Rock. Kubert was DC's director of publication from 1967 to 1976, supervising series like Weird Wolrds, Tarzan and Jungle Girl.

In 1976, The Joe Kubert School of Cartoon and Graphic Art was founded in Dover, New Jersey by Kubert and his wife Muriel. Kubert himself taught at the school, educating a number of young professionals who would later rise to prominence including Steve Lieber, Eric Shanower, Amanda Conner and Scott Kolins.

In 1962, Kubert won an Alley Award for Best Single Single Comic Book Cover for The Brave and the Bold #42. In 1977, he won an Inkpot Award and in 1997 he won both a Harvey and an Eisner Award for Best Graphic Album for Fax from Sarajevo.


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