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#7 May 15, 1978

I asked Wood about the black and white magazine 1984. Published in 1978 by Warren, the first two issues had stories illustrated by Wally Wood.

 

roboIt turns out that those two stories were meant to be one long Wizard King story for an all Wally Wood magazine, and it sat on a shelf for years until Jim Warren broke the story up and had it rewritten in more of a 'Heavy Metal' style for 1984.

In other words, they tried to make it as vulgar as possible. Wood was unaware the story(s) had been published until people mentioned it to him.

I was one of the knuckleheads who wrote him and told him that I liked them. It was a beautiful story originally,

Wood published the story in its original form in the Woodwork Gazette.

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Dear John;

I hated it! If anything, I think it was worse
than the first one. In a way I kind of admire
him for being able to take half a story, with
no plot going at all and make ANYTHING out of it,
but I guess I'm upset that it's the Wizard King
that he's expressing himself on . .
putting his stupid dirty words in.

Ok, what did you think?

Woody


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