Review: Creepy Archives Volume 1

Mike Gold

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6 Responses

  1. Rick Taylor says:

    Mike – I miss Archie, too.He had the greatest sense of humor.He always got the best out of his talent.Working with guys like Archie, Denny O'Neil and Joe Orlando at DC made it worth coming into work every day.

  2. Jon M says:

    I'm looking forward to picking this up today. Having been obsessed with the spinner racks back in the sixties, it was some time before I started looking at the other magazine displays, and finally discovered the Warren stuff. It was an epiphany for me. Remember those ads for the Lancer Conan books? I still get goosebumps when I see one of those.

  3. mike weber says:

    Reading Creepy and Eerie in my teens, i used to figure that "Archie Goodwin" was a house name – not only was it the name of a well-known fictional character, but it was on so flippin' many stories every month…

    • Mike Gold says:

      The two Archies shared the same cleverness gene. Other than that, Nero Wolfe's assistant was patterned after Gary Cooper, while our Archie Goodwin clearly inspired Gary Oldman's Commissioner Gordon.

      • Alan Coil says:

        All during the Dark Knight movie, I'd see Gordon and think of Archie Goodwin.Archie Goodwin—one of the most important people in comics.

      • mike weber says:

        Geeze; you're right – at least that he looke like him; was he actually doing a Goodwin tribute, or was it just coincidence?