Semi-prosaic reality intrudes on free-wheeling fantasy now, as Wally Wood goes back to his MAD roots, while giving his then apprentice Ralph Reese a chance to shine in Creepy. Warmonger Of Mars really does feel like a lost MAD strip ( though without the layers of 'chicken fat' background gags Harvey Kurtzman & Will Elder would've snuck in there ), and while it's obvious that at least some panels were laid out by Woody, Reese's patented beautiful grotesqueries are really the stars.
And Kurtzman would've loved that ending.
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