As a kid I had a fascination with Charlton Comics. I mainly devoured the horror titles and The Six Million Dollar Man. Crappy printing and often crappy art (to sometimes match equally crappy stories) could not keep me away ... and still hasn't to this day.
The war titles didn't do too much for me. I had a few titles, but they were always afterthoughts. The stuff I bought after everything else I wanted was gone from the rack. The small store where I purchased them usually had a smattering of the war comics left over. They were always badly bent. Attack! was a great name for a series, though it hardly lived up to its name.
The mid 1980s saw the end of Charlton. Gone were the badly printed comics and the reprints that were keeping the company breathing. To be honest, I barely noticed. The publisher's circulation had dropped to where I barely noticed the titles anymore. These days I buy them when I come across them on eBay. They still feel kind of dirty ... and I think that's why I still like them.