Though never as popular as DC, Marvel or even Archie, Charlton Comics had a long run from 1944 to 1985 and also produced a line of successful publications like Hit Parader. They didn’t spawn the superhero icons other publishers did but released a variety of titles that have become beloved by millions. They were fortunate to employ an array of legendary writers and artists who displayed a creative passion in the Charlton titles more than with other publishers, where they received more pay and fame.
When Charlton closed shop, they sold off most of their properties, with many left to languish in limbo. If anything, appreciation of their comics has grown over the years, with fan publications, such as Charlton Spotlight, dedicated to their memory. THE CHARLTON ARROW is the fruits of those labors and we hope it properly honors the Charlton legacy!
The Charlton Arrow #1 is a 44 page color comic blockbuster, featuring stories and art by well-know contributors to such companies as DC Comics, Marvel and Archie, including a few Charlton veterans, alongside amazing new talent! The comic features comics, pin-ups and articles by over a dozen creators.
THE GHOSTS OF EVILS PAST by Paul Kupperberg, Rick Stasi and Barbara Kaalberg
CAREER GIRL ROMANCES by Larry Wilson and Joe Staton
DOOMSDAY +1 by John Byrne
SPOOKMAN by Roger McKenzie and Sandy Carruthers
MISS BIKINI LUV by Batton Lash
The comic will be released in March 2014, but not available in stores, only through mail order. If you order now, before the release date, you can get this first issue collector’s item for cover price with FREE shipping! The comic is $6.99 and after March, there will be an additional $2.95 charge for shipping & handling. You will get a confirmation email from the publisher Comicfix via morttodd.com. Allow 4 to 6 weeks for delivery.
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See a preview of the contents at http://morttodd.com/charlton.html