The company was started by Everett M. "Busy" Arnold, a printer who saw the rapidly rising popularity of the comic book medium and decided to join the industry. He began by buying out the title, Feature Funnies, and added new titles which became the basis of the company.
Characters published by the company included:1950s, interest in their stable of character declined considerably. After a foray into other genres like war, humour and horror, the company ceased operations in December, 1956. In addition, many of their properties were sold to National Periodical Publications (now DC Comics) which chose to keep only a few titles running like Blackhawk and GI Combat
Over the decades, other Quality characters were revived like Plastic Man and a group of other characters in the short lived 1970s title, Freedom Fighters.