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Archie Goodwin

Real Name
Archie Goodwin
Gender

Date of Birth
September 8, 1937

Date of Death
March 1, 1998

Place of Birth
Kansas City, Missouri, United States of America

Place of Death
New York City, New York, USA

First publication

Unknown





Personal History

Personal History of Archie Goodwin is unknown.


Professional History

Archie Goodwin (September 8, 1937 – March 1, 1998)[1] was an American comic book writer, editor, and artist. He worked on a number of comic strips in addition to comic books, and is best known for his Warren and Marvel Comics work. For Warren he was chief writer and editor of landmark horror anthology titles Creepy and Eerie, and for Marvel he set up the creator-owned Epic Comics as well as adapting Star Wars into both comics and newspaper strips. He is regularly cited as the "best-loved comic book editor, ever."[2]


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Work History


Official Website

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Links and References

  1. Stump, Greg. "News Watch: Archie Goodwin Dies at 60," The Comics Journal #202 (March 1998), p. 27-28.
  2. Pilcher, Tim and Brooks, Brad, The Essential Guide to World Comics (Collins & Brown, 2005) ISBN 1-84340-300-5, p. 42

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Preceded by
Gerry Conway
Marvel Comics Editor-in-Chief
1976–1978
Succeeded by
Jim Shooter
Preceded by
Julius Schwartz
Detective Comics editor
1973–1974
Succeeded by
Julius Schwartz
Preceded by
Bill Mantlo
Iron Man writer
1976
Succeeded by
Gerry Conway
Preceded by
Stan Lee
Fantastic Four writer
1971–1972
Succeeded by
Stan Lee
Preceded by
Roy Thomas
The Incredible Hulk writer
1972
Succeeded by
Steve Englehart
Preceded by
Peter David
Wolverine writer
1989–1990
Succeeded by
Jo Duffy

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