Oz appears in 349 issues.
A village in the Quadling Country of Oz where everyone and everything is made of baked goods.
A kingdom in Oz inhabited by rabbits.
A mighty and grand forest, hundreds of years old. Its big tree-trunks stand close together with their branches entangled above, and their roots entangled below.
A location in Gillikin Country in the Land of Oz.
An enclave hidden in a forest in the Quadling Country of the Land of Oz. It is surrounded by a high wall made of china.
The magical desert that completely surrounds the Land of Oz.
Unlike normal poppies, this field puts any living thing to sleep if they cross.
A village of donkeys which lies outside the Land of Oz across the Great Sandy Wastes. It is located in the same unnamed country as Foxville, Musiker Valley, and the Territory of the Scoodlers.
The capital city of the Land of Oz. It is located in the center of the Land, at the end of the famous Yellow Brick Road.
A fairyland which lies across the Deadly Desert from the Land of Oz.
The magical land that Gert seems to be stuck in forever.
One of the Defensive Settlements of Oz.
Magical fountain that gives others amnesia if they fall into it or drink the water.
A community of foxes which lies just south of the Land of Oz and across the Great Sandy Wastes. It is ruled by King Dox and is located in the same unnamed country as Dunkiton, Musiker Valley, and the territory of the Scoodlers.
A village in the Quadling Country of the Land of Oz. It is inhabited by the Fuddles.
The northern quadrant the Land of Oz. Everything there is purple, from the grass and flowers to the houses and fences. Even the mud in the road is purple. The people are known as Gillikins.
Where Fables are brought to die.
The place from which all the Fables came.
A hotel in Austina where Alice, Dorothy, and Wendy meet each other in Lost Girls.
Kansas is a Midwestern state of the US. Its capital city is Topeka, and other cities of interest are Smallville, Keystone City and Lawrence.
An underground country inhabited by Gargoyles and is sometimes called the Country of the Gargoyles.
An underground fairyland inhabited by the Mangaboos. It is also sometimes called the Vegetable Kingdom.
Strange inhospitable land in which the vile Scoodlers lived and terrorized travelers.
The land from H.R. Pufnstuf.
The eastern quadrant of the Land of Oz and is sometimes also called Munchkin Land. Munchkin Country is distinguished by the color blue, which is worn by most of the Munchkins and is the color of their surroundings.
Setting for C.S. Lewis' Chronicles of Narnia series of novels
The Magical otherworld where Peter Pan and his friends resides.
The home of the Nomes and is sometimes referred to as the Dominions of the Nome King.
The home of L. Frank Baum.
The mountain inhabited by the dreaded Phanfasms.
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