According to The Hollywood Reporter, the firm will also represent Adams' Continuity Studios, which develops animatics, storyboards and computer graphics for the film industry.
The artist's career spans five decades and includes stints illustrating several high-profile books, including X-Men, Superman and Green Arrow. Adams is also credited with bringing Batman back to his dark roots in the wake of the comedic Adam West television series.
He has recently made a name for himself in the field of motion comics, adapting Joss Whedon and John Cassaday's Astonishing X-Men as digitally distributed animation.
Adams is reportedly hoping to follow in the footsteps of Cassaday and Frank Miller, and break into helming Hollywood movies.