Here’s Jack Kirby’s pencil script and art for the final spread from the long form Captain America’s Bicentennial Battles, as it looked as it came off his drawing table. Too bad that sliver in the center didn’t get captured.
Calgary, Alberta’s Sage Theatre is producing Crystal Skillman and Fred Van Lente’s play “King Kirby” – running at Pumphouse Theatres’ Victor Mitchell Theater from April 15-23!
The Jack Kirby Museum will have a table at the MoCCA Arts festival in NYC, April 2nd & 3rd. We look forward to seeing you there!
Season’s Greetings from Simon & Kirby’s Boy Commandos
From 1943’s “A Break For Santa” published in Detective Comics 71. With thanks to Bob Heer!
Jean Depelley’s biography of Jack Kirby, titled “Jack Kirby, Le Super-Héros de la Bande Dessinée” was recently awarded Le Prix Papiers Nickeles SoBD for 2015. The prize, a joint project between SoBD, an annual comics fair in Paris, and Papiers Nickeles, a long running French cartoon and comics journal, acknowledges the best book on comics and graphic heritage.
Jean, a contributor to The Jack Kirby Collector and the Kirby Museum’s The Kirby Effect, as well as co-curator of the 2015 “Jack Kirby: King of Comics” display at the Angoulême International Comics Festival, spent at least five years researching and writing the extensive two-volume biography published by Neofelis Editions,
Love Jack Kirby’s work? Love Science Fiction? Well, if you’re in the New York City Metropolitan Area this Saturday, come on over to Winter Con at New York City’s Resort World Casino!
At 1pm in Winter Con’s Panel Room, Kirby Museum co-founder Rand Hoppe teams up with Nightworld and the Kirby Collector’s “Kirby As A Genre” writer Adam McGovern will take a tour of Jack Kirby’s science fiction concepts.
Our efforts at the Jack Kirby Museum are made possible through your support. For example, we were able to host an event-filled three week Pop-Up Museum on New York City’s Lower East Side, just blocks from where Jack Kirby was born and raised.
With your help, we will be able to host more pop-ups, more events, and more exhibits that show the influence of Jack Kirby and his work in our culture today.
Where: 103 Allen St., NYC
When: Tuesday-Sunday (Closed Mondays & Thanksgiving) from Noon through 7pm.
We may stay open later for special events.
General · $10
Seniors & Students · $5
Ages 15-18 · Free
Ages 14 and under accompanied by an adult – Free
Kirby Museum Members · Free
Members of the Military · Free
Today is Veterans Day and the opening of the Jack Kirby Museum’s 3 week popup event, Comics Combatives: Stories Told By Jack Kirby Pfc. in NYC. There are events planned each week, check back here for more information. We’re looking forward to meeting all visitors!
Thanks to the support of Tom Scioli and Jean Depelley, we are proud to have published a new edition of their “2/12 Days In Hell: A Private Kirby Adventure” mini-comic. Available for the next three weeks at 103 Allen Street.
THRILL to the wonders of a NEW mind-blowing VisuaLecture from Pop Culture Historian, Author and Designer Arlen Schumer on Sunday Afternoon, November 15th!
Arlen is generously offering Cap ‘n’ Jack, his latest VisuaLecture, as a fundraiser for the Kirby Museum while we’re set up at 103 Allen St on NYC’s Lower East Side!
Jack Kirby Museum & Research Center presents
CAP ‘N’ JACK
by Arlen Schumer
Where: 103 Allen Street, NYC
When: 3pm, Sunday, November 15th
Showtime: Arlen will start his presentation after a short meet and greet
Snacks and drinks will be available
Arlen’s awesome book The Silver Age of Comic Book Art will be for sale!
Captain America videos will be shown before and after!