Writing and art by Mike Grell; inks by Vince Colletta
- The dwarf men (last seen in issue #33) look like munchkins from The Wizard of Oz, but the ladies are decidedly cuter and more curvaceous--like Elinore from Bakshi's Wizards.
- This issue features filmic transition captions.
The title of this issue references vistavision, a widescreen film format developed by Paramount as a competitor for CinemaScope. This fits in with a number of film references in the issue. Captions between scene changes in the issue are all film transition terms.
Also, there are a couple of set-peices seem homages to specific sequences in film. The tree bridge greatly resembles the who from the original King Kong (1933). The bone scarecrow on a cross resembles who the Talyor (Charlton Heston) and his fellows come across in Planet of the Apes (1968).