To be honest, I've never really been sure exactly what this harcover book is! It came out in 1982, the year following Woody's death, so it can be assumed to be a tribute. It is NOT, however, published by Marvel Comics. According to the copyright info it is, in fact, licensed from Marvel. The publisher is Thumbtack Books. I have never heard of them in any other situation. Just this book. According to the book itself, they were based in Brooklyn but the book was printed in Italy. More than anything else it resembles a more garishly colored British Annual.
Once past that mystery, however, it is an enjoyable package. Woody loved to do self-portraits and the cover here is a nice mid-period one from "Flight of Fear," one of the TOWER OF SHADOWS reprints included in the volume. It's augmented nicely with some sword and sorcery images from the other stories. The first half of the book, in fact, is made up of Wood's late-sixties Marvel fantasy stories. The latter half is the memorable DOCTOR DOOM series from ASTONISHING TALES #1-3. Perhaps the most unusual Doom story of them all, Roy Thomas's script features aliens, mummies, other dimensions, and a Latvarian revolution, all of which are readily handled by Wood at something of a peak of his art from that period.