The Jack Kirby Museum and Research Center is organized exclusively for educational purposes; more specifically, to promote and encourage the study, understanding, preservation and appreciation of the work of Jack Kirby by: illustrating the scope of Kirby's multi-faceted career,
communicating the stories, inspirations and influences of Jack Kirby,
celebrating the life of Jack Kirby and his creations, and building understanding of comicbooks and comicbook creators.
What We Do
The Museum will sponsor and otherwise support study, teaching, conferences, discussion groups, exhibitions, displays, publications and cinematic, theatrical or multimedia productions.
The Museum's digital archive is an ongoing project to document and scan the works of Jack Kirby. We travel to comic conventions and collector's homes to scan art in high resolution DNG format art for our collections website and to build a living archive of his work.