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Writers / Artists: Wally Wood

Witzend #10

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Woodwork Gazette, The #1

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Described in the indicia as “the official organ of the FRIENDS OF ODKIN,” and published by Wood.  Includes “The Word from Wood,” a letters page including letters from John Hitchcock, Jonathan Victor, and Richard Pryor (publisher of Wood’s Weird Sex Fantasy Portfolio).  Also features an interview with Wood by Rick Stoner, and a page where Wood shares his thoughts about “The World of the Wizard King” and his efforts to create a magazine for James Warren.

Woodwork Gazette, The #2

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Features updates from Wood about his various self-published projects, and a letter section including letters from Paul Kirchner, George Erling, Jackie Estrada, Jim Wisniewski, Robin Snyder, and Martin Greim.  Also included in this issue is Wood’s original version of “The End,” a story that appeared in 1984, albeit heavily altered and re-written by James Warren and Bill Dubay.

 

 

Woodwork Gazette, The #3

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Features updates from Wood about his various self-published projects and convention appearances, and a letters section including letters from Max Allan Collins, Andrew Offutt, and Jack Robinson.  Also features Part One (A thru I) of a checklist of work by Wood.

Woodwork Gazette, The #4

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Title changed to WOODWORK with this issue, and editing and printing chores taken over by Jack Robinson.  Features “A Word From Wood” about the status of his self-publishing efforts, a letters section including letters from Richard Bassford, John Hitchcock, Bill Loebs, Robert Barrett, and Jack Robinson, and Part Two (I thru Y) of a checklist of work by Wood.

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