Van Jensen has a very nice profile of the Tor author Joe Kubert about his busy schedule (written, it should be noted, before the death of Kubert’s wife the other week):
Kubert, who started drawing comics in the late 1930s when he was just into his teens, has recently finished a revival of his classic series Tor, with the first few issues currently on shelves. He’s also creating a six-issue anthology series for DC, a second book in the planned Jew Gangster trilogy and a fact-based graphic novel on an early Vietnam battle.
“I’m fortunate in this stage of the game to pretty much be able to call my shots,” Kubert said. “It’s funny, [DC publisher and president] Paul [Levitz] at one time was my assistant when I was editor. Having him now as factotum of the whole place works out really nice. The relationship has been a great one.