Nick Cuti

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 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 April 3rd, 2009

Hard as it is to believe (for me, anyway), it was 34 years ago today that I made my first professional sale as a writer. Nick Cuti, assistant editor for Charlton Comics in 1975, sent me this letter…

…Informing me that they were buying this 5-page story, art by Mike Zeck, and published in Scary Tales #3 (December 1975).… Read the rest

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