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By Ted Cruz
Banning speech with a constitutional amendment is playing with fire
Topic - Joe Kubert
Joe Kubert, a groundbreaking comic artist and educator best known for co-creating DC Comics' iconic Sgt. Rock character, has died. He was 85.
Reviews of DC's Wednesday Comics, Marvel's Sub-Mariner: The Depths, Dark Horse Comics' Predator and Image Comics' Pherone
"He was a kid when it started and he did his best to help it grow as he did," he said. "If you could look back at a single career in American comics to emulate, all the way back to the very beginning, it would be his."