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Charlton Comics was an American comic book publishing company that existed from to , having begun under a different name (T.W.O. Charles History - Early years - Silver Age - Bronze Age. This is a list of Charlton Comics publications.
Title, Series, Issues, Dates, Notes. Abbott and Costello, #1 - 22, Feb. - Aug. , Based on the TV series. Based out of Derby, Conneticut, Charlton was unusual in that they owned the late sixties and early seventies published their own line of superhero comics. Charlton Comics was, in the words of comics scribe Tony Isabella, “the low-rent district of the comics industry.” Comic books were never more than a sideline for.
Early Days Charlton Comics was a sub division of Charlton Publications, active from to During that time, the company (which was a totally self. Charlton was sort of the Terrytoons of comic books — a small, very inexpensively -run outfit, renowned for the poor quality of its output (tho occasionally turning. It's a term I began using over at my Charlton Arrow facebook page a few years ago to describe a certain facet of the era that pops out: Ditko's. Charlton Comics entered the comic-book business as a way to keep busy the expensive presses they used to publish magazines.
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Charlton Comics was an American comic book publishing company that existed from to , having begun under a different name (T.W.O. Charles.