While Charlton Comics: The Movie will be packed to the gills with artists, writers and editors that are industry legends, we also need to feature some commentary from other people who can pass along knowledge of the Derby, Connecticut publishing company. One of those such people are Professor William H. Foster, a comic book historian based in Middletown, Connecticut. Professor Foster was recently featured in the PBS marathon three-part documentary "Superheroes: A Never-Endin
CharltonMovie took a trip to Kingston, New York to the home of Joe & Hilary Staton to do a second interview with the comic book art legend! What can you say about the Statons except that they are quite possibly the most endearing and welcoming people that you'll find. While we felt like a major inconvience to them invading their home for an afternoon, the Staton's were warm and inviting and we had a great time geeking out with them. We settled in on their three-season porch
A trip to Super Mega Fest Comic Con to visit Mr. Bob Layton (known for his definitive work on Marvel's Iron Man) was next on the agenda for Charlton Comics: The Movie! We met Bob in the summer of 2014 at Connecticut ComiCONN where he was on a Charlton Comics panel with Paul Kupperberg, Denny O'Neil, Frank McLaughlin & Jose Luis Garcia Lopez. Bob's energy was immediately infectious and when we approached him about participating in the documentary project, he answered with a "
Production on Charlton Comics: The Movie kicked off in late November on a blustery Sunday morning on the grounds of the old Charlton Press site on Division Street in Derby, Connecticut. Paul Kupperberg, famous from his amazing body work at DC Comics, and most recently known for being the "man who killed Archie Andrews" joined us for a solid hour of all things Charlton. Paul told us tales of his days writing at Charlton, and also spoke at length about the all-new Charlton Com