Charlton Neo

Paul Kupperberg on April 18th, 2016

A great time was had by all at the 2016 East Coast Comicon Charlton Comics: Past, Present and Future panel! Thanks to all for being there…but if you weren’t, here’s the audio portion of our programming, featuring Mort Todd, Jackie Zbuska, Keith Larsen, Karl Wildman, and myself.… Read the rest

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Paul Kupperberg on February 27th, 2016

WaybackWay back in 1975, I made my first professional comic book sale to editor Nick Cuti at Charlton Comics. It was a one-off five-page sword & sorcery story entitled “Distress.” The story appeared in Scary Tales #3 (December 1975) and was drawn by a fellow newbie, Mike Zeck. Read the rest

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Paul Kupperberg on February 25th, 2016

angelJust when I think I can’t take the deluge of nasty, petty, partisan inanities that fills social media, something happens that reminds me the internet isn’t all useless memes and misinformation. One of those somethings was meeting P.D. Angel Gabriele. More or less the same age, we started in the comic book business at around the same time but I don’t think our paths ever crossed.… Read the rest

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Paul Kupperberg on October 13th, 2015

TCA4_coverYou know about Charlton Neo, don’t you? The Charlton Comics Facebook page started by Fester Faceplant that lead to what was supposed to be a one-off “fan” publication The Charlton Arrow, which somehow blossomed into Charlton Neo, the little comic book company with a big heart that I help oversee with pals Roger McKenzie and Mort Todd.… Read the rest

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Paul Kupperberg on February 12th, 2015

There’s something loosely akin to the feelings you have on the day you first hold a new publication of yours and those on the birth of a child. I’m now saying the two events are equal. They can’t be. The gestation period of a child is a mere nine months.… Read the rest

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