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Founded by comics art legend Joe Kubert in 1976, the Kubert School provides a 3-year degree in Cartoon and Graphic Art that can be applied to comics, animation, and other visual storytelling fields. A myriad of noteworthy artists in the comics industry are Kubert School alumni, including Joe’s sons Adam and Andy.
SAW is a school for sequential artists in Gainesville, Florida founded by Tom Hart, an award-winning independent comics creator. It offers individual workshops as well as formal year-long programs in sequential art.
Originally established by John and Pamela Morrow in 1989 as an advertising company, TwoMorrows began publishing magazines in 1994 to commemorate the death of legendary comics artist Jack Kirby. They have since expanded to publish more magazines—as well as books and DVDs—on virtually every aspect of the comics industry, from writing to drawing to interviews with and retrospectives on major comics creators.