Original Comic Art Sales and Licensing

Original Comic Book Art & Literary and Merchandising Agentx

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  Comic Art for Sale:

Will Eisner Art
Harvey Kurtzman Art
Peter Poplaski Art
Howard Cruse Art
Frank Stack Art
Denis Kitchen Art


Will Eisner
Denis Kitchen
Harvey Kurtzman

Peter Poplaski
Frank Stack
Gary Hallgren
Howard Cruse

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The Denis Kitchen Art Agency (DKAA), founded in 1991 by publisher, author, and cartoonist Denis Kitchen, represents certain artists and estates for the sale of original art and in some cases also literary rights

If you are interested in purchasing quality original comic art, go to our online comic art gallery.


DKAA exclusively represents:
Estate of WILL EISNER (1917-2005) for the sale of ORIGINAL ART from classic 1940s-50s Spirit art to Eisner’s groundbreaking graphic novels. Art currently available is featured in our web gallery. If you don’t see the Eisner art you are interested in acquiring, contact us.  If you are interested in any literary or permission rights regarding Will Eisner, contact us here.

Estate of HARVEY KURTZMAN (1924-1993) for the sale of ORIGINAL ART, from surviving 1940s illustrations to 1950s Jungle Book to 1960s Goodman Beaver, “Little Annie Fanny” and beyond. We also offer his vintage Times Square signed lithograph. Only a portion of HK art is in the web gallery: if you don’t see what you are interested in acquiring

(1944-2019). Howard’s powerful and moving Stuck Rubber Baby swept both the Eisner and Harvey Awards for Best Graphic Novel and won wide accolades, while his Barefootz series created countless giggles during the underground comix era. Wendel and his work for the groundbreaking Gay Comix evoke both smiles and sometimes painful insights. Howard is featured in the documentary film No Straight Lines, about queer cartoonists. Only a small portion of his art inventory is shown; if you don’t see Cruse art in our web gallery 
you are interested in acquiringcontact us.

PETER POPLASKI (1950-). This versatile award-winning illustrator, cartoonist and painter has created numerous covers for classic collections of Superman, Wonder Woman, and Batman (DC Comics and IDW), Steve CanyonLi'l AbnerCorporate Crime and Nard n’ Pat (Kitchen Sink), Shmoo and Crime Does Not Pay (Dark Horse), Gen of Hiroshima (Educomics) and others. 

A notorious style mimic, he drew an Alan Moore "Tom Strong" story mimicking C.C. Beck, faked out Al Capp’s own family on Li’l Abner covers, has ghosted for R. Crumb, and even Milton Caniff himself couldn’t distinguish an actual Caniff page from a Poplaski copy. If Pete wasn't so honest he'd be drawing flawless hundred dollar bills. Pete also does amazing customized commissions.
To view Pete in swashbuckling action as his hero Zorro, just look him up on Youtube.

FRANK STACK (1937-) aka Foolbert Sturgeon. Considered by many comics historians to be the very first “underground” cartoonist, he created the ongoing Jesus series, Dorman's Doggie, Amazon Comics, Dr. Feelgood and other classic underground comix, including American Splendor with the late Harvey Pekar. We offer primarily Frank’s comic art, but his watercolor paintings are also available on request.

DKAA also represents on a non-exclusive basis:

DENIS KITCHEN (1946-), himself an artist, has seldom sold his original art in the past, but that is changing: see selections in the web gallery. We also offer his signed Steve Krupp serigraph, his signed 3-D prints, signed copies of the Oddly Compelling Art of Denis Kitchen and remarqued editions of Creatures From the Subconscious. He also does original drawings on the blank back cover of Denis Kitchen’s Chipboard Sketchbook.

Note: It may seem ironic that Kitchen is not represented exclusively by his own agency, but some of his artwork is also available from the Scott Eder Gallery in NJ.

(1945-) is an underground cartoonist most infamous for the Disney-defying Air Pirates 
litigation. He’s for many years contributed illustrations and covers to publications like National Lampoon, MAD, Wall Street Journal, NY Times, and many others. He also illustrated the best-selling Dr. Oz books. He currently ghosts the popular daily strip "Hagar the Horrible” and is part of the ever-growing Ernie Bushmiller Nancy cult. We offer his acrylic paintings that parody Nancy, Sluggo, and Fritizi Ritz. Hagar dailies and Sunday originals are also available on request: contact us.

 is an illustrator best known in the comics world for the highly inventive underground series Alien Fire. That celebrated series was truncated after only three published issues, but retains a cult-ish following. Our offerings include The Devil with the Three Gold Hairs, a never-published comic intended for Classics Illustrated, replete with delightful line work. 
For more information contact us.


If you have quality original cartoon art or illustrations to sell or consign, or you have any questions related to DKAA and/or its clients, email: orders at deniskitchen dot com

(Do NOT call if you are seeking representation or career advice).

Snail Mail:

Denis Kitchen Art Agency
P.O. Box 2250
Amherst, MA

Business Hours:

Monday - Friday
10 am to 6 pm Eastern Time
Phone: 413-259-1627

If you are interested in acquiring original artwork by any of the above artists (as well as some artists not listed above) click Original Comic Book Art Gallery and view the choice items on display. Not everything in our inventory is visible on-line, so don't be shy about asking.
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