Jud Hurd's Cartoonist Profiles article on the unique all-in-one operation at the Derby, Conn. plant
Alex Toth—'Before I Forget'
The master comic book artist on his few but memorable contributions to Charlton in the '70s
George Wildman Interview
Charlton's comics editor (and Popeye artist) talks about helming the line for over 15 years
Nicola Cuti Interview
Artist, writer, and assistant editor at Charlton on reinvigorating the Charlton comics line in the '70s
Rocco Nigro talks to our cover artist on his Charlton work—from Primus to E-Man to Space: 1999
The superstar artist on his humble beginnings at Charlton, Wheelie & the Chopper Bunch, and Rog-2000
ALL-NEW E-MAN STRIP!
E-Man & Nova in "Come and Grow Old With Me", a new two-page strip by creators Nick Cuti and Joe Staton!
The Art of Don Newton
Our favorite Welsh comics historian, David A. Roach, on the late artist of Charlton's Phantom comic
Tom Sutton Interview
Comics' quintessential horror artist on freedom and expression, however macabre, at Charlton comics
Mike Zeck Interview
Before Secret Wars and Beastly Nights, there was Mike's start at the Derby, Conn. publisher!
Jack Keller Interview
THE hot rod comic artist/writer from his Golden Age beginnings to his retirement from the field in 1973
Pete Morisi Interview
Glen D. Johnson's second CBA interview with PAM on the artist's Charlton work in the '70s
Warren Sattler Interview
The ubiquitous Yang and Billy the Kid artist on his '70s Charlton work and a long life in comics
Bob Layton Interview
The artist on his fan publishing experiences from Contemporary Pictorial Literature to Charlton Bullseye
The future comics writer on robot maintenance, working with Byrne, and doing time at Derby
Rich Larson Interview
A mini-chat with the "good girl" artist on his short tenure at Charlton
Dan Reed Interview
Chris Irving chats with Dan on jumpstarting Charlton Bullseye and his brief foray at the all-in-one publisher
Closing The Books: Charlton's Twilight and Afterlife
Chris Irving examines the Charlton copyright morass with sidebars by Bill Black and T.C. Ford