The legendary magazine, copies of all issues are now quite rare.
When the illustrator Dan Adkins began working at the Wood Studio in 1965, he showed Wood pages he had been creating for his planned comics-oriented publication, Outlet.
This inspired Wood to become an editor-publisher, and he began assembling art and stories for a magazine he titled et cetera. A front cover paste-up with the et cetera logo was prepared and even used in advance solicitation print ads, but when Wood learned of another magazine with a similar title, there was a last-minute title change.
Wood launched witzend in the summer of 1966, with a statement of "no policy" and a desire to give his friends in the comics field a creative detour from the formulaic industry mainstream.
witzend (title always in lower-case), published on an irregular schedule spanning decades, is an underground comic showcasing contributions by comic book professionals, leading illustrators and new artists. witzend was launched in 1966 by the writer-artist Wallace Wood, who handed the reins to Bill Pearson (Wonderful Publishing Company) from 19681985.
Issue 10 features Lost in a Dream by Giordano, 39/74 by Alex Toth, Howard Chaykin art, Sally Forth by Wally Wood, P Craig Russell art, Joe Staton art, Walt Simonson art.
Artists: Dick Giordano, Alex Toth, Howard Chaykin, Wally Wood, P Craig Russell, Joe Staton, Walt Simonson
Publisher: Wonderful Publishing, 1976 (Out of Print)
Number of pages: 36
Format: Soft Cover; Black & White illustrations
Size: 8" x 11" (215mm x 280mm)
Book Condition: F - Fine
Price:> £35.00 IN STOCK € $
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