The Kubert School faculty are some of the most interesting artists working today, each specializing in a specific field. Our faculty are committed educators and working professionals who personally invest in nurturing their students and help define them into the artist they aspire to be.

Get to know our Practicing Professionals and staff of The Kubert School.

Currently, The Kubert School boasts a staff of instructors who are practicing professionals in their chosen field. Their talents range from Fantasy Illustrations to Computer Graphics. Faculty members are professionally oriented, practicing artists/designers with broad teaching experience in the diverse areas of the art world.The staff is available to assist in all aspects of the student's education and training.


Lee Weeks


Lee is an alumnus of the Kubert School. His first professional assignment was penciling, inking, and lettering a short story ("Friends Don't Let Friends Drive Drunk") for Tales of Terror #5 (March, 1986), a horror anthology published by Eclipse Comics.

He is best known for his work for Marvel Comics on the Daredevil series (1990 –1992), where he pencilled the “Last Rites” storyline. He later collaborated with writer Howard Mackie on the Gambit limited series in 1993 –1994.

At Dark Horse Comics, Lee drew the Predator vs. Magnus, Robot Fighter and Tarzan vs. Predator: At the Earth's Core crossovers.

Back at Marvel, he wrote and drew the Spider-Man: Death and Destiny limited series in 2000 and worked with Tom DeFalco on Spider-Man: The Mysterio Manifesto the following year. Other Marvel Comics titles he has contributed to include Justice (1988 –1989), The Destroyer (1989 –1990), Spider-Man's Tangled Web (2002), Captain America vol. 4 #17-20 (with writer Dave Gibbons) (2003), The Incredible Hulk vol. 3 (2002, 2005) and the five-part Captain Marvel (2008) mini-series.

In a brief period with DC Comics, Lee penciled the 1997 48-page bookshelf format book, The Batman Chronicles: Gauntlet, which was written by Bruce Canwell. He also worked as a storyboard artist for Superman: The Animated Series.

Lee is the writer and artist of "Angels Unaware", the opening three-issue storyline of the eight-issue, Marvel anthology miniseries Daredevil: Dark Nights. He worked on Superman: Lois and Clark in 2015 with writer Dan Jurgens. And in 2017, Lee drew a Batman/Elmer Fudd one-shot.