“I really don’t think that I consider working for an audience. I’m in constant hope that whoever reads my stuff will find it as interesting as I did in drawing it, but primarily I’m doing it for myself. I love to draw. I love to tell the stories that are in my head. I love to see them come out in a pictorial form, in an illustrated form, just fermenting with those ideas in the back of my mind actually seeing them on paper solidifies it for me. That’s my gratification anyhow.”
R.I.P. Joe Kubert, comic artist behind Hawkman, Fax From Sarajevo, and Dong Xoai: Vietnam 1965.
(Quote Source Comic Book Resources)

“I really don’t think that I consider working for an audience. I’m in constant hope that whoever reads my stuff will find it as interesting as I did in drawing it, but primarily I’m doing it for myself. I love to draw. I love to tell the stories that are in my head. I love to see them come out in a pictorial form, in an illustrated form, just fermenting with those ideas in the back of my mind actually seeing them on paper solidifies it for me. That’s my gratification anyhow.”

R.I.P. Joe Kubert, comic artist behind Hawkman, Fax From Sarajevo, and Dong Xoai: Vietnam 1965.

(Quote Source Comic Book Resources)

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    One of the best ever. Sleep easy, Joe.