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|News from Glinda's Great Book of Records|
|Oz-Story Magazine No. 2|
Hungry Tiger Press, San Diego
Front Cover Drawing by John R. Neill, celebrated Imperial Illustrator of Oz Colors by David Maxine A portrait of the royal Ozma of Oz
The Greed Goblin of Oz / Page 4 A comics story with art by Anna-Maria Cool, illustrator of The Hidden Prince of Oz Story by Eric Shanower, author of The Giant Garden of Oz The Scarecrow and the Sawhorse learn to be careful what they wish for.
Dorothy and the Mushroom Queen / Page 6 Read an excerpt A short story by Janet Deschman Illustrated by Eric Shanower When the Glass Cat of Oz brings news of a hidden midnight spectacle, Dorothy and Flicker are off to investigate. What they find takes them deep into the earth beneath the Land of Oz where Queen Piopelp rules an ancient tribe of mushroom creatures.
Mary Marvel inThe Modern Wizard of Oz / Page 29 A comics story with art by the Jack Binder Studio Shazam! The world's mightiest girl has an adventure with several Oz characters!
Abby / Page 37 A short story by Eric Shanower Illustrations by Frank Kramer When Twink and Tom Jones were children, they had an amazing adventure in the Land of Oz. Now they are adults with adult problems--and the land over the rainbow once more beckons to them. A sequel, of sorts, to Jack Snow's The Shaggy Man of Oz.
The Clockwork Man / Page 66 A lyric by L. Frank Baum, creator and first Royal Historian of Oz Illustration by Vlada Stolikovich Tiktok's theme song.
The Wonderland of Oz / Page 67 Part II of the earliest comics adaptation of L. Frank Baum's The Land of Oz Art by Walt Spouse
The King of the Corn / Page 85 A poem by Ruth Plumly Thompson, second Royal Historian of Oz Illustration by W. W. Denslow, original illustrator of The Wonderful Wizard of Oz The Scarecrow in his cornfield.
The Magic Land / Page 86 A short story by Eloise Jarvis McGraw, sixth Royal Historian of Oz Illustrated by Lauren Lynn McGraw, seventh Royal Historian of Oz A sensitive account of how L. Frank Baum named his marvelous, magical land.
Toyland / Page 88 A Toyland Resident's Sad Kitchen Experience A comics story by John R. Neill
Christmas in Pumperdink / Page 89 A merry short story by Ruth Plumly Thompson Illustrated by Mark Grammel What can you get for the Prince who has everything?
Who's Afraid? / Page 90 A poem by L. Frank Baum Illustration by John R. Neill Bears, giants, witches--what's to fear?
Skin Deep / Page 91 A comics story with art by Dan Parent, cartoonist of Archie, Sabrina, Josie and the Pussycats, Story by Eric Shanower, Ozma and Dorothy find that beauty really is in the eye of the beholder.
Policeman Bluejay / Page 93 The complete 1907 fantasy novel by L. Frank Baum Illustrated by Maginel Wright Enright When the evil Tuxix transforms Twinkle and Chubbins into half-bird, half-human creatures, they visit the wonders of the forest, including the magical Paradise of the Birds.
If Six Great Cartoonists / Back cover A comics feature by Eric Shanower What would Oz look like drawn by Winsor McCay, or by Jack Kirby, or by . . .?
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