Here are just a couple of the cleaner pages from Wally's stinging and raunchy indictment of the comic book industry, SUPER COSMIC COMIC CREATOR COMIX. This little known five page story (not even listed in the Stewart/Vadeboncoeur Checklist), apparently done in 1977 around the time (or just after) when Wood was finishing up his final DC run, is actually among the best of his later works. It turned up with little fanfare in 1992's SLOW DEATH # 11, the last (to date) issue of that venerable underground comic. Filled with genuinely amusing gags, inside jokes and quite good art, this was a nice surprise when one thought one was aware of all of Woody's work. The art is interesting and I find myself wondering just who assisted with it. Quite frankly, it looks to me like Tom Sutton but that strikes me as unlikely. I see what seems like a bit of Ralph Reese, too, but Ralph was long gone from Wood's employ by that point. I do not see the smoother work of Al Sirois who had been assisting the artist during that last boom period. Were you in on this, Al? Know who was? Does anyone have the definitive story on this and why it sat on the shelf so long? It looks like it would have been perfect for the WOODWORK GAZETTE with its vitriloic treatment of the industry.