Here is the story "THE WOODS", such as it is, that George Turner starred in. He had a BALL playing Uncle Fogey, got into the costume changes etc with great enthusiasm. He owned a "native shield" prop from his beloved KING KONG which you can see on the wall in one shot, although that is not the room he was actually in. This was my first experiment with "live action comics" which I actually thought I had invented, forgetting for a moment there was a whole tradition called "fumetti" where captions are added to photos! Of course the digital manipulation involved was not same as the fumettis I had seen (where one simply took pictures and added words to whatever was in them). I collaged my people into whatever backgrounds and situations I needed and added the monsters etc. Dark Horse published three volumes of these stories as trade paperbacks but this particular story is not in them. It was a perfunctory exercise- I needed a story to try out my technique so I just banged one out and went with it- and I know it's not much of a story which is why I didn't use it in the books. But it DOES feature the late, great George Turner and will always be special to me for that.