The legendary magazine, copies of all issues are now quite rare.
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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)
Condition: F - Fine
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