The Three Stooges Team

Meet the knuckleheads behind THE THREE STOOGES comics!

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Jim Salicrup


Jim is the editor-in-chief of Papercutz. He has edited numerous titles for Marvel Comics and Topps Comics, where he served as editor-in-chief, including Spider-Man, Uncanny X-Men, Avengers, Fantastic Four, Transformers, X-Files, and Bram Stoker’s Dracula. He edited Spider-Man #1, which landed him in The Guinness Book of World Records as the editor of the best-selling Spider-Man comic book of all time. In 2011 he was voted “Favorite Editor” in the Comics Buyer’s Guide Fan Awards for his work with Papercutz.

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George Gladir


George was best known for his work on several series for Archie Comics over the course of 40 years, during which he co-created the character Sabrina the Teenage Witch. In 2007 he was the recipient of the Bill Finger Award for Excellence in Comic Book Writing at San Diego Comic Con.

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Stefan Petrucha


Stefan is the author of such YA series as TimetripperSplit, and The Rule of Won, as well as NANCY DREWPOWER RANGERSPAPERCUTZ SLICES, and many other series from Papercutz. He has written X-Files comics for Topps, Disney comics for Egmont, and he was nominated for a Stoker Award for his graphic novel, Kolchak: The Devil in the Details.

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Stan Goldberg


Stan started his comics career in 1949 at age 16 as a staff colorist for Timely Comics, now known as Marvel Comics, where he color-designed some of the most popular characters of the 1960s. His extremely prolific career includes comics art for Archie Comic, illustrations for many leading consumer magazines, and NANCY DREW AND THE CLUE CREW for Papercutz. In 2012, Stan was inducted into the National Cartoonists Society’s Hall of Fame as a recipient of the prestigious Gold Key Award. Sadly, Stan passed away in 2014. But his legacy of fine comics lives on.

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