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Double origin issue! Find out how both the Scarecrow and the Tin Woodsman came to be. Romance and dismemberment, spontaneous life and evil spells—this issue has all sorts of surprises. Plus, you’ve never seen a Cowardly Lion before like Skottie Young’s big bashful ball of fur! Join young Kansas farm girl Dorothy on the road through the Land of Oz as she collects companions with severe identity issues.


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Continuing down the Yellow Brick Road 0

Skottie Young's art is really the driving force behind Marvel's Wizard of Oz. I'm enjoying the story for the first time! I never wanted to read it before because I hated the movie so much. However, I've tried very hard to get over my Oz fear. I've watched "Tin Man" which was beautiful to look at it but barely mediocre in all other aspects; I read Image Comics version of the legendary tale and there were so many grammatical errors that I couldn't enjoy it. Marvel did the right thing and got a tal...

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