A heavily doctored Charles R. Knight painting is probably the skeletal underpinning for this image. Half-toned stats used in its production were done with the assistance of Processed World, a radical magazine of the era.
The "indictment" is signed by "Winston P. Smith, Conspiracy Attorney," an ironic reference to the protagonist of George Orwell's 1984.
Tuttle and Bodkin had appeared in previous Kinney-Mavrides strips and Tuttle originated in a Kinney-Sonntag strip in Occult Laff-Parade in 1973.
Text story occupies right side of page 34 and left side of adjoining page 35.
Satire of the international arms market, featuring a character reminiscent of Fat Freddy of the Freak Brothers.