Bleeding Cool has reported that comics veteran Joe Kubert has passed.

I can’t claim that I was close with Joe Kubert; we never worked together; I didn’t attend his school; but I can say that he was one of the kindest and most giving individuals I had the great honor of meeting. Back before this site had even launched I was looking around, contacting anyone who I thought might give an upstart like me the time of day. One of my emails went out to Joe. He got right back to me. We didn’t meet right away, he was “kinda jammed up with work” at the time. But I waited a month, and got back in touch with him and before I knew it I was walking up the steps to the Kubert School. I was brought into his office; piles of papers and comics all over. And in one corner was his drawing table. Pens and pencils and rulers lined up next to it. He had to move some drawings out of the way. He showed me pictures of his grand children and called them the latest issue. For two hours he gave me a window into his life and shared a mountain of inspiration with me. A lifetime devoted to telling stories; stories that gave us wonder, hope, and for many of us a dream of finding a place behind a drafting table just as he had.

Many many thanks to Mr. Kubert and condolences to his family for such a giant loss.

Michael Furth

Here is one of the resulting videos from that interview he granted:

Writer and artist Scott Young talks about his time at DC Comics working as a production artist in the days just before digital took over that aspect of comics.

To find out more about Scott and info on how to buy his autobiography, click here.

Every professional comics creator at some point decided to put in motion a plan to get into the field. Here is how Scott Young decided he would become a pro.

To find out more about Scott click here.

Everyone has their own unique path to a career in comics.  Here writer and artist Scott Young talks about his.

Scott is currently running a kickstarter for an autobiography about his life in and out of comics.  Definitely worth checking out.

With the new volume of fan favorite “Empowered” out in shops this week, writer-artist extraordinaire Adam Warren took some time to talk with us about Emp, drawing skimpy clothing and all things awesome. Click through for the whole she-bang!