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From The Wallace Wood Checklist: “A self-promotional book, created for distribution to art directors, displaying 23 Wally Wood illustrations, including comics (Pipsqueak Papers, Battle of Britain!), book illustration (Bobbs-Merrill) advertising art (Scandinavian Airlines, Chemstrand, American Airlines, Alka-Seltzer), toys and games (Red Riding Hood, Sea Hunt), comic strips (Bucky’s Christmas Caper), and magazine illustrations (MAD, Galaxy, witzend)."
The second scan is an insert that came with #1 promoting four-issue subscriptions.
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.
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.
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.
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.