Name:

    Archie Goodwin Type: GCD Official (type is deprecated)

Other Names:

  1. Archie Type: Given (birth) (type is deprecated)
  2. Robert Franklin Type: Pen Name
  3. Goodwin Type: Family (type is deprecated)

Schools:

  1. University of Oklahoma ? to ?

  2. School of Visual Arts [NYC] ? to 1958


Signatures:

  1. aG [generic]
  2. G [generic]

Awards:

  1. 1971: Warren Awards - Best All Around Writer
  2. 1973: Shazam Award - Best Writer (Dramatic Division)
  3. 1974: Shazam Award - Best Writer (Dramatic Division)
  4. 1982: Inkpot Award - [no name]
  5. 1992: Bob Clampett Humanitarian Award - [no name]
  6. 1993: Eisner Award - Best Editor
  7. 1994: Squiddy Award - Favorite Editor
  8. 1997: Thompsons - Best Achievement by an Editor
  9. 1998: Comics Buyers Guide Fan Awards - Favorite Editor
  10. 1998: Eisner Award - Hall of Fame
  11. 1998: Squiddy Award - Editor
  12. 1998: National Book Awards (UK) - Roll of Honor
  13. 2008: Bill Finger Award - Deceased Creator
  14. 2013: Ghastly Awards - Hall of Fame Inductee

Awards for Stories:

  1. 1973: Shazam Award - Best Individual Short Story (Dramatic)
    Chapter 1: The Himalayan Incident (Manhunter [DC]) comic story, 8p
  2. 1974: Shazam Award - Best Individual Story (Dramatic)
    Gotterdammerung (Batman) comic story, 20p
  3. 1974: Shazam Award - Best Individual Short Story (Dramatic)
    Chapter 5: Cathedral Perilous (Manhunter [DC]) comic story, 8p
  4. 1997: Eisner Award - Best Short Story
    Heroes (Batman) comic story, 8p

Art Influences:

Archie Goodwin (b. 1937) stated influences by:
  1. Harvey Kurtzman (b. 1924)
  2. Leonard Starr (b. 1925)
Influences by Archie Goodwin (b. 1937) were stated by:
  1. Kurt Busiek (b. 1960)
  2. Howard Chaykin (b. 1950)
  3. Chuck Dixon (b. 1954)
  4. Paul Kupperberg (b. 1955)
  5. Steven Roman

Memberships:

  1. Academy of Comic Book Arts Type: member
    Notes: Past board member


Non Comics Works:

  1. Publication Title: Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine (magazine) - Role: writer - Year: 1964
    Employer Name : Dell Magazines

  2. Publication Title: Redbook (magazine) - Role: assistant - Years: 1959 - 1960; 1963 - 1965
    Employer Name : Hearst Communications
    Notes: Assistant Art Director

  3. Publication Title: Weird Heroes (magazine) - Role: writer - Year: 1976
    Employer Name : Byron Preiss