A famous guide to increasing visual interest in an otherwise non-visual scene, the original was copied and copied across the comics industry, used as reference by many artists and editors, gaining fame in its wake, in a variety of formats.Here is its most famous version;
Next week at San Diego, The Wallace Wood Estate (Booth 1709) will debut a print of the Wally Wood Panels That Always Work page in a 11″ x 17″ edition.
It was recengly recreated by Michael Van Oeming in Powers.
And DJ Coffman has it tattooed on his body.
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