Chris and Reggie’s Cosmic Treadmill

Weird Comics History, Episode 8: The History of Charlton Comics, Part Two

July 6, 2017

​In this episode, Chris (@AceComics) and Reggie (@reggiereggie) dive into the lesser known history of Charlton Comics, from 1968 until its total demise in 1992. We'll learn about new Editor-in-Chief George Wildman and his assistant Nicola Cuti, who brought many innovations and new talent to Charlton's one-stop publishing process. We'll also learn about some new characters created for Charlton by some familiar names, and the ultimate fates of Charlton Comics' stable of superhero characters! You've hit the Bullseye with this one!

 

 
SOURCES:
 

Back Issue #79 (April, 2015)

Comic Book Artist #9 (August, 2000)

Comic Book Artist #12 (March, 2001)

http://www.toonopedia.com/yang.htm Don Markstein’s Toonpedia

Modern Comics http://www.ramonschenk.nl/charltoncomics/moderncomics.htm

Various Internet holes
 
FOR MORE CHARLTON, VISIT: 
 
Charlton Spotlight www.charltonspotlight.net
Charlton Arrow and Charlton Neo morttodd.com
Charlton Comics: The Movie charlton-movie.net
 
TAGS: Charlton, Charlton Comics, comics history, comic books, 1970s, 1980s, George Wildman, Nicola Cuti, Connecticut, Santangelo, John Byrne, Joe Staton, Alex Toth, E-Man, Rog-2000