Jack Kirby, né Jacob Kurtzberg le 28 août 1917 dans le Lower East Side à New York et mort le 6 février 1994 à Thousand Oaks en Californie, est un dessinateur de bande dessinée et l'un des artistes les plus influents, célèbres et prolifiques de la bande dessinée américaine.
Kirby 25, a sailboat designed by Bruce Kirby and produced in the mid-1980s; Kirby Award, an award presented from 1985 to 1987 for achievements in comic books; Kirby College of Further Education, now part of Middlesbrough College, North Yorkshire, England; Kirby High School (disambiguation) 51985 Kirby, an asteroid named after Jack Kirby
Jack Kirby received a Shazam Award for the original metaseries in the category "Special Achievement by an Individual" in 1971. In 1998, Jack Kirby's New Gods by Jack Kirby, edited by Bob Kahan, won both the Harvey Award for "Best Domestic Reprint Project" and the Eisner Award for "Best Archival Collection/Project". See also