Released in November 2010 from IDW publishing, this is a must for any fan of Stan Goldberg. The stories in this
collection span more than four decades of Stan’s work at Archie. Each story was handpicked by Goldberg connoisseurs and has been re-colored to match the flavor of how it was originally published. Also features bonus pin-ups, photos and other material from Goldberg's own collection. 



Best of Stan Goldberg

Every week new original comic book art is listed on ebay that come directly from Stan’s personal collection. You can view this weeks listings here.


Stan is now part of the Schoolism Online School of Art. In this new 93 minute video, Stan talks about his early career in the Golden and Silver Age of Comics, what helped him achieve his goals, and stories of how his career unfolded. You will learn about the mediums he uses, his techniques, and much more! > CHECK IT OUT

Stan Goldberg Honored with
National Cartoonists Society
2012 Gold Key Award

Comic book legend Stan Goldberg received the National Cartoonists Society’s prestigious Gold Key Award at the 66th Annual NCS Reuben Awards on May 26th 2012 in Las Vegas, Nevada. The Gold Key, awarded by unanimous vote of the NCS Board of Directors, honors the recipient as a member of the NCS Hall of Fame. 


The Three Stooges

Moe, Larry, and Curly are back in this Papercutz collection of all-new stories by writers Jim Salicrup and George Gladir with longtime Archie artist Stan Goldberg. In the title story, the stooges find themselves as exterminators in a house full of priceless works of art. Can the three clear the house of bugs and leave the place intact?


Written by Sarah Kinney and Stefan Petrucha, this all new giant sized Nancy Drew graphic novel is illustrated by the Stan Goldberg and features Nancy and her Clue Crew friends Bess and George as pre-teens on an adventure to find a missing volcano. Published by Papercutz in November of 2012, this first volume is great read for Nancy Drew fans young and old!


A Whole New Nancy Drew

In 2012 Archie Comics Co-CEO, Nancy Silberkleit, published "Rise Above." Illustrated by Stan Goldberg, in his familiar teen style, it's a story about a young girl who moves to a new town and finds herself being bullied. The goal is for the comic to be used in schools to help students learn what they can do about bullying.


A new comic book helping kids

‘Rise Above’ bullying