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Joaquin Phoenix - Joker by FrankAKadar
Batman Rebirth #1 - Gotham City Sirens by FrankAKadar
The Jedi Escapes by DarkSunProductions
Dark Forces Poster by DarkSunProductions
Current Kubert School Students
Supergirl TAS by bat123spider
DEVILMAN CRYBABY by bat123spider
Catwoman BTAS: A love card to Batman by bat123spider
The New Batman Adventures: Batman Rise Of Sin Tzu by bat123spider
Kubert School Alumni
Catwoman Stole my Cat. by nickcaponi
Lord Sesshomaru (Colors) by nickcaponi
She-Hulk! (Colors) by nickcaponi
Star Wars Masterwork 2018 artist proof by FrankAKadar
Future Kubert School Students
Ultraman by fsgu
The End Of The World by DanHenk
The BatMan by SliceofFate
spooky lady by SliceofFate
Correspondence Courses Students
The Nun mock sketch by westwolf270
Starscream vs Soundwave [Commission] by zimagzeravla
pencil assignment 5 by westwolf270
Character Color Design by westwolf270

Welcome to The Kubert School Deviant Art Site!

The Kubert School

Welcome to the Official Kubert School Deviant Art Site!

This supergroup is open to all students who are interested in The Kubert School! An exciting blog will be maintained that includes all new events involving Joe, Adam, and Andy Kubert as well as new happenings with the school and the alumni.

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The purpose of this group is to share your ideas, communicate with other students who are also interested in The Kubert School -- and most of all, to have fun, to enjoy yourselves, and to encourage others in their artwork! Please submit your work to the appropriate folder, and if need be, please contact the Admin for help in this process via e-mail at info@kubertschool.edu or by sending a note through Deviant Art. All submissions and/or posted comments are subject to approval by the Admin. Please abstain from submitting provocative or excessively violent images.

The Kubert School:

The Kubert School is accredited by the Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges (ACCSC). It is a 3-year school in Dover, NJ. We specialize in Cartoon-Graphics. Our faculty is composed of professional commercial artists. At least 95% of our graduates are employed by companies like Pixar, Walt Disney Studios, Cartoon Network, DC Comics, Marvel Entertainment, Archie Comics, Wizards of the Coast, Hasbro Toys, Hallmark Greeting Cards, and have become widely recognized in the comic book industry: Rags Morales, Rick Veitch, Stephen Bissette, Tom Mandrake, Tim Truman, Tom Yeates, Shane Davis, among others.

For more information and/or registration for any of our classes at The Kubert School can be found by going to our website at www.kubertschool.edu. If you're also interested in at-home classes which include assignments that are critiqued by professional cartoonists, go to www.kubertschool.edu/correspon… .

And you can join us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/kubertschool?… or on Twitter at www.twitter.com/TheKubertSchoo… .
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TheKubertSchool Featured By Owner May 6, 2013  Professional Artist
Thank you for your kind words. We really appreciate it. Yes, Joe is missed by us all -- but, he does live on through his work and his students.
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dondalier Featured By Owner May 6, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Quite a legacy from a very talented and dedicated individual. Wishing you all much success. "Stay thirsty my friends".
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TheKidDim Featured By Owner Feb 27, 2013
Hello, thanks for taking the time to look at this message. Well im very interested in your school and im thinking of transferring form my current college to attend the Kubert school. But my only concern is that I am primarily a manga artist. I am just wondering if attending this school will help me to achieve my goal of becoming a manga artist, or is this school only advantageous to western style artist?

Thanks in advance for any response you may give. ^.^
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TheKubertSchool Featured By Owner Feb 28, 2013  Professional Artist
Hi, all styles (including manga) are taught at our school. We think if you're seriously considering applying to our school, it might be advantageous for you to come to our next Open House on Sat., April 20, from 1-4 pm. Besides getting a guided tour of our school, there will be faculty demonstrations, Admissions and Financial Aid staff on hand, as well as Adam & Andy Kubert to answer any questions you might have. If you're interested in attending this exciting Open House, more info can be found by clicking on the following link:

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If you have any other questions, please don't hesitate to ask us. Thanks for your interest in our school.
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TheKidDim Featured By Owner Mar 1, 2013
Thanks for your reply and I will definitely be attending the open house in April ^.^
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TheKubertSchool Featured By Owner Mar 5, 2013  Professional Artist
That's great! We look forward to meeting you!
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potaroro Featured By Owner Feb 20, 2013
I'm sorry for bothering you, but I have some questions. :[ I am a high school student from Indonesia and is very interested to be a comic book artist in the future. Now, first;

-Will I get some kind of diploma if I graduate from here/is it like going to university?

-Do I have to be a high school graduate to try the correspondence course? Would I need to send a portfolio to you?

-If I want to work in DC or Marvel in the future, which type of correspondence course should I get? [The Heroes and Superheroes, Story-Graphics, Supervillains, Pencilling or Inking?]

That might be all. Thank you very much! :)
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TheKubertSchool Featured By Owner Feb 21, 2013  Professional Artist
Hi. In reply to your questions:

1. Since our school doesn't include academic subjects such as math, science, etc., we don't offer academic degrees. Instead, we DO offer instruction to our students so they will be qualified to attain professional jobs in the comic book industry. If you'd like to see the professional job positions that some of our graduates have received, please click on the following link:

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2. No, you do not need a high school diploma nor a portfolio to participate in our correspondence courses. There are no requirements to take these courses. In fact, these correspondence courses were SPECIFICALLY DESIGNED to help and encourage students (of all abilities and ages) who have an interest in this form of art. All of the courses start off with the basics and are part and parcel of what it takes to draw cartoons effectively.

3. If you'd like to ultimately work for DC or Marvel, any of our correspondence courses would be beneficial to you. We suggest that you select the course that interests yo the most. Each course contains a wide range of general information, but the main focus is in each course's title.

If you have any further questions, please let us know. Thanks for your interest in our school.
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potaroro Featured By Owner Mar 17, 2013
Thank you for your reply. If its not bothering you, I have another question. Will I get a certificate (or something resembling that) after finishing the correspondence course?
Once again, thanks very much. :)
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TheKubertSchool Featured By Owner Apr 10, 2013  Professional Artist
Sorry we didn't reply to you sooner. :) Yes, a Certificate of Completion will be issued after completion of the last lesson in each correspondence course. If you have any other questions, just let us know. Thanks for your interest in our school.
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