Sunday, November 13, 2016

Hanging Offense

Back Again With Some
Scary Tales From Charlton.
Art By Jose Delbo, Recreo,
Vince Alascia And Charles
Nicholas From Issue #44.



  1. It seems Charlton made its own version of a ghost gal who returns to life in 'The Wildest Rose', using Winnie as the narrator is always a win as far as I am concerned.

  2. A fun story once again from Charlton. The Art by Charles Nicholas and Vince Alascia was very nice as was the script by Joe Gill..

  3. I kind of like the design of the host from the second story, Mr. Dee Munn. Apparently all the stories in this issue are reprints from other series-hence the different hosts in each tale.

  4. I'm a big fan of Winnie The Witch. I wish they had given her an origin story. At least I don't think there is one...

    Charlton closed shop in 1986 so yes at this time (1984) they were only publishing reprint books I believe.

  5. Charlton Comics closed thirty years ago, gone but not forgotten. Many of their horror stories still hold up pretty well all these decades later.