Synopses & Reviews
When an earthquake swallows Dorothy, her kitten Eureka and cousin Zeb, and Zeb's horse Jim, they're captured by the Mangaboos! The Wizard of Oz must save them by winning a magic contest - using only his wits and nine tiny piglets. Then: watch out for the savage Invisible Bears, who devour anyone they catch! Dorothy and her friends race across the Invisible Valley, trying to reach the spiral staircase inside Pyramid Mountain. But halfway up the mountain lives the strange Braided Man! Plus: Dorothy meets her old friends - the Scarecrow, Tin Woodman, Cowardly Lion and more! And Eureka is charged with murder for eating one of the Wizard's piglets! The Wizard of Oz has a secret plan to save Eureka, but can it possibly work? Don't miss this thrilling installment in the critically acclaimed Oz adaptations!
COLLECTING: Dorothy and the Wizard in Oz 1-8
Once upon a time, a tornado brought her to Oz. Now, an earthquake sends Dorothy on her latest and greatest adventure! L. Frank Baum's magical worlds come to life again as Dorothy Gale takes yet another unexpected trip. This ti me, Dorothy and her cousin Zeb tumble deep into the ground after an earthquake! They'll encounter the strange Mangaboos and invisible bears. They'll tussle with fierce wooden gargoyles and hungry 66-year-old baby dragons! But Dorothy will have an old friend at her side: the wonderful Wizard of Oz! But can the Wizard's guile save Dorothy and Zeb? And what master plan has he been hiding? Experience Marvel's fourth amazing adaptati on of the L. Frank Baum classics, written by award-winning scribe Eric Shanower (Age of Bronze) and illustrated by Skotti e Young (New X-Men).
COLLECTING: DOROTHY and THE WIZARD IN OZ 1-8
About the Author
Eric Shanower is an American comics artist and writer, best known for his Oz novels and comics and the on-going retelling of the Trojan War as Age of Bronze
. He currently lives in San Diego, CA
Skottie Young is an American comic book artist and illustrator who works exclusively for Marvel Comics. He has gained critical acclaim for his work on the New York Times Best Selling and Eisner Award winning series The Wonderful Wizard of Oz published by Marvel Comics. The follow-up graphic novel The Marvelous Land of Oz also made the New York Times Best Sellers List.