Rich Buckler has a weekly spot for his anecdotal memories over at DIVERSIONS OF THE GROOVY KIND and this week he talks about Woody and Warren as well as quite a bit about non-confomity in general.
"I was fortunate early on to have one of my pencil jobs inked by Wally Wood (Creepy Magazine #75)--that was a thrill. It was a dark, emotionless and dreary story about cannibalism--the script was unrelentingly macabre--but I found inventive ways to make it a dynamic reading experience. Wally Wood's inking was flawless."
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