*Charlton: Legend has it that Charlton’s printing press was mainly used for printing cereal boxes, and that the comics line was only to keep the printing presses running 24/7; hence, it is averred, the… to be polite… random nature of their publications and the staggering diversity of their output. We have topped up around fifteen of their series, from the 1950s to the 1980s, including the 1981 ‘Showcase’ title Charlton Bullseye (complete 10 issue run now in stock), the rather lovely 1966 one-off Fantastic Giants by Steve Ditko, a 64-page mix of Konga and Gorgo reprints with new material and the inexplicably popular racing car titles, Hot Rod Racers, Hot Rods and Racing Cars, Teenage Hotrodders and Top Eliminator. In the media adaptation front, new issues are listed of Gorgo, the Partridge Family and the Six Million Dollar Man; the Charlton Action-Hero Universe is touched on by Srage Steel and Thunderbolt, science-fiction is represented by Space Adventures and Mysteries of Unexplored Worlds, and, last but not least – the power! The fury! Sarge Snorkel, unleashed!