Harry Shorten founded the Silver-Age publisher Tower Comics in 1965. The two other key personnel were Wally Wood and Samm Schwartz. Tower Comics was only in existence for 4 years folding in 1969. Luckily for us they failed to add valid copyright notices on many of their titles, so they are now in the public domain.
Books published by Tower Comics were unusual for the times, as they contained 64 pages selling for 25 cents, whilst rival publishers were producing 32 page comics for 12 cents. This was a bit of a throw back to the Golden-Age, with five or six individual stories and a final one when all the main characters appear together.
Tower Comics are now known for Wally Wood's T.H.U.N.D.E.R. Agents (a mixture of secret agents and superheroes) and Samm Schwartz's Tippy Teen.
Apart from Wally Wood and Samm Schwartz other contributors to Tower's titles included: Dan Adkins, Gil Kane, Reed Crandall, Steve Ditko, Richard Bassford, Len Brown, Steve Skeates, Larry Ivie, Bill Pearson, Russ Jones, Roger Brand, and Tim Battersby-Brent.