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.
- Amazing Wahzoo — "Wha-Whoom!"
- The Bushido Blade of Zatoichi Walrus
- Codename: Ninja — "Martial arts drama so real you'd swear it was a movie"
- Daffy Qadaffi
- How to Become a Comic Book Artist (1986) — by Rich Buckler; foreword by Stan Lee
- Iron Maidens — "Loads of musclebound fun"
- Reagan's Raiders (1986–1987) — "The Ultimate Patriotic Super Heroes Book", co-created by Monroe Arnold and Solson's editor Rich Buckler
- Samurai the 13th
- Samurai Santa
- Sultry Teenage Super-Foxes — a comic about four boy-crazy teenage girls with elemental super powers, drawn by Chuck Wotjkiewicz
- Texas Chainsaw Samurai
- T.H.U.N.D.E.R. (1987) — planned four-issue series starring the T.H.U.N.D.E.R. Agents which was never completed. One issue published; a second issue was almost done.
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