Jack Kirby (aka "The King of the Comics") was the most influential and respected illustrator and creator of comic books, at
least of the super-hero/adventure variety. He was so important that, with that field now in recession, some are saying that when Jack Kirby
died, he took the industry with him.
Among the characters that Jack either created or co-created were Captain America, The Fantastic Four, The X-Men, The Incredible Hulk,
Boy Commandos, Challengers of the Unknown, The New Gods, Kamandi, Darkseid, Sgt. Fury and His Howling Commandos, Captain Victory, The Silver Surfer,
The Mighty Thor and at least a hundred others.
I was fortunate enough to be his utterly-unnecessary assistant for a few years, and to have him as friend and mentor for more than a
quarter-century. Not a day goes by without me applying something I learned from the man...and not a day goes by without someone asking me a
question about him. This section is devoted to him and some of those questions...
We've taken some of the most frequently asked questions about Kirby and compiled them into...
...and here's an article I wrote about...
One year after Jack passed away, his closest friends and family gathered together for...
And here's a tribute to the woman who made Jack Kirby possible...