Mike Ambrose's CHARLTON SPOTLIGHT #7 is out and is highly recommended for all fans of the late great Charlton Comics company. It's been a few years since the last issue, but it's well worth the wait.
The focus this issue is an interview with Bronze Age editor George Wildman, the man who oversaw the second great rise of the company and the debut of fan-fave titles like Staton's and Cuti's E-Man, Byrne's Doomsday+1, and Howard's Midnight Tales.
The issue also features Paul Kupperberg's reflection the career of the other great Charlton editor, Dick Giordano, the man who fathered the "Action Hero" line featuring Ditko's Blue Beetle, PAM's Thunderbolt, McLaughlin's Judomaster, and others. There are other features as well, including a letter (ta da) from yours truly.
So check it out. Mike will appreciate the business.
And here are the earlier issues of this significant fan magazine.