Back (1984) when I was a Corrections Officer (prison guard) at Washington State Prison (in Monroe, Wa.), the staff was familiar with the comic book fantasies I had written/drawn based upon the very prison where we worked. One of the councilors asked if I could draw a little 8-page brochure about STRESS for their training center. She had some articles and info, we discussed it a while. Here is the result.
It's been packed away in a box for years. I've never presented it it before now because it's not a "real" story with my usual super weirdos, thinking it was of no interest to anyone else. However, having just recently rediscovered it, I found it pretty readable, especially since it has an insider's look at the prison environment (guard's viewpoint), and that it presented the information rather effectively. In fact, at that time it got me invited into the councilor's training program because they liked how I could organize dry information into an entertaining format.
I never did become a corrections councilor because I left on a trip around the world instead, and haven't lived in the States since then. But maybe if I show it off again (now in glorious technicolor) I'll get offered a job drawing brochures, who knows?