Solson Publications

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Solson Publications
Former type Comic publisher
Industry Comics
Founded 1986
Founders Gary Brodsky
Defunct 1987
Headquarters Brooklyn, New York
Key people Rich Buckler

Solson Publications was a New York-based black-and-white comic book publisher active in the 1980s. The company was founded by Gary Brodsky, son of long-time Marvel Comics executive Sol Brodsky; the name of the company was derived from Brodsky's name: "Sol's son" = Solson. Solson Christmas Special: Samurai Santa featured DC Comics co-publisher and WildStorm founder Jim Lee's professional debut as an inker.

Cover of Reagan's Raiders #1 (October 1986).

Titles published[edit]

  • Amazing Wahzoo
  • Blackmoon
  • The Bushido Blade of Zatoichi Walrus
  • Christmas Comic
  • Codename: Ninja
  • Escape To The Stars
  • How To Become A Comic Book Artist
  • How To Draw Adult Anime
  • How To Draw Aliens
  • How To Draw Anime For Dummies
  • How To Draw Comics Comic
  • How To Draw Erotic Art
  • How To Draw Erotic Witches And Vampy Vampires
  • How To Draw Fantasy Art
  • How To Draw Fetish Art: Ultimate In Sensuality
  • How To Draw Halloween Girls
  • How To Draw Heads Every Which Way
  • How To Draw Heavenly Bodies
  • How To Draw Sexy Career Women
  • How To Draw Sexy Witches, Wenches and Vampires
  • How To Draw Sexy Women
  • How To Draw Spaceships And Futuristic Stuff
  • How To Draw Super-Heroes
  • How To Draw Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles
  • How To Publish Comics
  • Iron Maidens
  • Ninjutsu
  • Reagan's Raiders[1]
  • Rich Buckler's Secrets of Drawing Comics
  • Rock Heads
  • Samurai Funnies Featuring...
  • Santeria: The Religion
  • Scream
  • Solson Christmas Special: Samurai Santa
  • Solson's Comic Talent Starsearch
  • Sultry Teenage Super-Foxes
  • Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Martial Arts Training Manual
  • Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Teach Karate
  • Those Crazy Peckers
  • The Three Stooges
  • T.H.U.N.D.E.R.

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