Andy Kubert - Early Life

Early Life

Andrew Kubert is the son of Muriel (née Fogelson) and Joe Kubert. His siblings include a sister, Lisa, and brothers David, Daniel, and Adam. He and his siblings were raised in Dover, New Jersey. He graduated from the Joe Kubert School, which was founded by his father in Dover.

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