The famed Kubert School is proud to announce, for the first time in its history, that it will be offering an online studies program to the general public beginning Wednesday evening, April 15th.

The courses being offered are NARRATIVE ART taught by Tom Mandrake (The Spectre), INKING by Joe Prado (Superman), SCRIPT WRITING for COMICS taught by Amy Chu (Red Sonja), and BASIC DRAWING taught by Fernando Ruiz (Archie).

Each class will meet once a week over the course of 6 weeks.

“This is a wonderful opportunity to be able to help share the specialized curriculum taught at The Kubert School with people who are looking to break into the industry. The instructors involved are some of the best working professionals today and I am so proud to be involved with the launch of this new program.” says Anthony Marques, President of The Kubert School.

Each course costs a special introductory price of $175. Please visit for more information or to sign up. Space is limited.

The Kubert School’s faculty consists of working professionals in the various fields of cartooning, illustration, design and animation. Besides Mandrake (THE SPECTRE), Chu (GREEN HORNET), and Ruiz (ARCHIE), other artists that the Kubert School employs as instructors are Andy Kubert (Batman), Lee Weeks (BATMAN), Kim DeMulder (SWAMP THING), Jan Duursema (STAR WARS), and Giovanni Valletta (JOHN WICK).

The Kubert School was founded by award-winning cartoonist Joe Kubert (HAWKMAN, SGT. ROCK) in 1976. It is an accredited, 3-year vocational school, which is highly respected worldwide.

Well-known JKS alumni who are working professionals include Amanda Conner (POWER GIRL, VAMPIRELLA), Jenny Frison (WONDER WOMAN, RED SONJA), Anna-Maria Cool (WIZARD OF OZ, BARBIE), Derek Drymon (SPONGEBOB SQUAREPANTS), Brandon Vietti (YOUNG JUSTICE, THE BATMAN), David Nakayama (WITCHBLADE, CITY OF HEROES), Adam Kubert (SPIDER-MAN, CAPT. AMERICA), and Andy Kubert ( BATMAN, SUPERMAN).

For additional information on the Kubert School, please visit or email


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