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|News from Glinda's Great Book of Records|
|Oz-Story Magazine No. 5|
Hungry Tiger Press, San Diego
Front Cover / Mark Crilley The creator of Akiko gives us his version of Oz.
So Long, Kiddo / Page 4 In Memoriam--Rachel Cosgrove Payes A fond farewell to the fifth Royal Historian of Oz
The Wonderland of Oz / Page 5 Art by Walt Spouse Part I of the amazing comics adaptation L. Frank Baum's The Emerald City of Oz
There's No Place / Page 33 A poem by Julie Schneider Kansas just ain't what it used to be.
Unauthorized Magic / Page 34 A short story by Edward Einhorn, author of Paradox in Oz Illustrated by Eric Shanower, illustrator of Paradox in Oz Magic is illegal in Oz, but Dr. Majestico isn't one to back off from a challenge--especially when it comes from Tempus, the Parrot-Ox!
John Dough / Page 42 A lyric by Frederic Ranken Illustration by John R. Neill Here's the Gingerbread Man, but where's that Cherub?
The First Brown-Haired Princess / Page 43 A comics story with art by Trina Robbins, author of From Girls to Grrlz--The History of Women's Comics from Teens to Zines Adapted by Eric Shanower from the story by Ruth Plumly Thompson Can a princess with brown hair find a man?
Denslow's Scarecrow and Tinman / Page 48 Three episodes by W. W. Denslow, original illustrator of The Wonderful Wizard of Oz This time the boys from Oz are off to the Yucatan and New Orleans.
The Artful Arab / Page 56 A short story by Ruth Plumly Thompson, second Royal Historian of Oz Illustrated by Marge, creator of Little Lulu A man's best friend is his--camel?
Blow, Winds, Blow! / Page 58 A poem by L. Frank Baum, creator and first Royal Historian of Oz A rare Baum writing from his newspaper days.
The Ruby Heart / Page 59 A short story by Michael O. Riley, author of Oz and Beyond Illustrated by Eric Shanower When the Glass Cat breaks in half, it's up to Dorothy and company to help her. But not before they run afoul of Brickbats, a giant hawk, and the Deadly Desert.
Prince Inga vs. Prince Caspian / Page 69 A comics story by Megan Kelso, cartoonist of Girlhero and Queen of the Black Black Two princes of children's literature face off.
The Magic Sled / Page 70 A short story by Jack Snow, fourth Royal Historian of Oz Illustrated by Eric Shanower A magical Christmas ride with an Oz twist.
Jack Pumpkinhead's Day in Court / Page 72 Read an excerpt A short story by J. L. Bell Illustrated by Eric Shanower Jack Pumpkinhead proves that he's Ozma's heir-head apparent.
Steven of Oz / Page 76 A comics story by David Kelly, cartoonist of Steven's Comics and Boy Trouble When Dorothy has a birthday, it's up to Steven to get everything ready.
The Woggle-Bug Book / Page 77 The complete 1905 picture book by L. Frank Baum Illustrated by Ike Morgan Prof. Woggle-bug chases a skirt--literally--and it leads him into all kinds of trouble.
Paradox in Oz--Chapter One / Page 125 An excerpt from the book by Edward Einhorn Illustrated by Eric Shanower The Soldier with the Green Whiskers is rapidly becoming the Soldier with the White Whiskers.
Back cover / Eric Shanower A glimpse of Singra, the Wicked Witch of the South.
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