Oz: Ozma of Oz

Eric Shanower Skottie Young L. Frank Baum

You are here: Home - Uncategorized - Oz: Ozma of Oz


Oz: Ozma of Oz

Oz Ozma of Oz Dorothy Gale plunges into adventure again this time with a talking chicken named Billina Dorothy and Billina are washed off their sailing ship to face drowning starvation and screaming Wheelers str

  • Title: Oz: Ozma of Oz
  • Author: Eric Shanower Skottie Young L. Frank Baum
  • ISBN: 9780785142478
  • Page: 106
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Dorothy Gale plunges into adventure again, this time with a talking chicken named Billina Dorothy and Billina are washed off their sailing ship to face drowning, starvation and screaming Wheelers, strange men with wheels instead of hands and feet The multiple Eisner Award winning and New York Times bestselling team of Shanower and Young returns to Oz with this comics aDorothy Gale plunges into adventure again, this time with a talking chicken named Billina Dorothy and Billina are washed off their sailing ship to face drowning, starvation and screaming Wheelers, strange men with wheels instead of hands and feet The multiple Eisner Award winning and New York Times bestselling team of Shanower and Young returns to Oz with this comics adaptation of L Frank Baum s third Oz book Collecting OZMA OF OZ 1 8

    Ozma of Oz Ozma of Oz A Record of Her Adventures with Dorothy Gale of Kansas, Billina the Yellow Hen, the Scarecrow, the Tin Woodman, Tik Tok, the Cowardly Lion and the Hungry Tiger Besides Other Good People Too Numerous to Mention Faithfully Recorded Herein published on July , , was the third book of L Frank Baum s Oz series It was the first in which Baum was clearly intending a series of Ozma Oz Wiki FANDOM powered by Wikia Ozma of Oz Oz Wiki FANDOM powered by Wikia Ozma of Oz was the first Oz book to be printed in a Canadian edition Many plot elements from Ozma of Oz were used in the Disney movie Return to Oz as well as Ozma of Oz Oz, by L Frank Baum Ozma of Oz A Record of Her Adventures with Dorothy Gale of Kansas, Billina the Yellow Hen, the Scarecrow, the Tin Woodsman, Tik Tok, the Cowardly Lion and the Hungry Tiger Besides Other Good People too Numerous to Mention Faithfully Recorded Herein. Ozma of Oz Books eBay RINKITINK IN OZ OZMA OF OZ L Frank Baum illustrated by John R Neill THE TIN WOODMAN OF OZ THE LAND OF OZ THE LOST PRINCESS OF Ozma of Oz by L Frank Baum, Paperback Barnes Noble Ozma of Oz The Oz Books It is the first Oz book where the majority of the action takes place outside of the Land of Oz Only the final two chapters take place in Oz itself. ozma of oz Wizard of Oz Illustrated Series Books, Wonderful Wizard of Oz, Marvelous Land, Dorothy and the Wizard, Road to Oz, Emerald City, Ozma of Oz, Patchwork Girl, Glinda of Oz MORE Apr , by L Frank Baum and Doma Publishing House Ozma of Oz Public Domain Super Heroes FANDOM powered Origin While still an infant, Ozma, the daughter of the former King Pastoria of Oz was given to the witch Mombi by the Wizard of Oz Mombi transformed Ozma into a boy and called him Tip short for Tippetarius in order to prevent the rightful ruler of Oz from ascending to the throne Thus Ozma of Oz by L Frank Baum Free at Loyal Books Ozma of Oz A Record of Her Adventures with Dorothy Gale of Kansas, the Yellow Hen, the Scarecrow, the Tin Woodman, Tiktok, the Cowardly Lion and the Hungry Tiger Besides Other Good People too Numerous to Mention Faithfully Recorded Herein published on July , , was the third book of L Frank Baum s Oz series. Princess Ozma Princess Ozma is a fictional character from the Land of Oz, created by American author L Frank Baum She appears in every book of the Oz series except the first, The Wonderful Wizard of Oz She is the rightful ruler of Oz, and Baum indicated that she would reign in the fairyland forever, being immortal.

    • ✓ Oz: Ozma of Oz || ☆ PDF Read by ✓ Eric Shanower Skottie Young L. Frank Baum
      106 Eric Shanower Skottie Young L. Frank Baum
    • thumbnail Title: ✓ Oz: Ozma of Oz || ☆ PDF Read by ✓ Eric Shanower Skottie Young L. Frank Baum
      Posted by:Eric Shanower Skottie Young L. Frank Baum
      Published :2018-07-01T12:31:29+00:00

    One thought on “Oz: Ozma of Oz

    1. Alejandro on said:

      The story is far from ending up!Creative Team:Writer: Eric Shanower (based on the original works by L. Frank Baum)Illustrator: Scottie YoungBEWARE THE WHEELERS!Dorothy returns in another adventure but to her surprise she may not being in Kansas anymore but it's not Oz either.Dorothy and her new companion, Billina, are now in the wonderful land of Ev!Billina is a hen, but unlike Toto, the dog, Billina is able to talk while she is in the magical realms, making her more interesting to read in the s [...]

    2. Sarah Sammis on said:

      While Dorothy ends up proving herself worthy of being Ozma's champion in this book, there's a second hero who is sometimes overlooked — Bill the chicken. pussrebootsir/blog/2015

    3. mekkaouii_ on said:

      Didn't really enjoy this one as much, mainly because the plot wasn't all that (and what's with the title?). Also, switch Ozma back to Tip please :\

    4. Cathy on said:

      This is another book that I grabbed off of the kids' shelves because it looked fun. And the story was, but the design was confusing. It's the third book in the graphic novel series of the Oz books, so it must be selling well. But I wonder who the audience for these books is because of some of the design choices.The story was the classic Baum tale. The story editing allowed the heart, humor and drama to come through very well. So that would work for kids or for grown-up fans of the series. But I [...]

    5. Justyn Rampa on said:

      This was without a doubt my favorite book of the bunch. The original text served as the other half of the inspiration for the film "Return to Oz" and is full of wonderful little bits of plot. At this point, this is the third OZ book by Baum. A series he never intended to happen but once Wonderful Wizard of Oz was so popular, he decided to make it a series. While the first two books I felt lacked some plot logic and had some characters giving up quite easily, this book really starts to develop in [...]

    6. Karissa on said:

      This is the third book in Marvel’s Oz series, these are graphic novel retellings of the L. Frank Baum’s Oz books. This was a fantastic book I really really enjoyed it. I loved the illustration and colors and really enjoyed that Dorothy was back in the story.Dorothy has returned to Oz with her only company being the chicken Billina. Right off the bat they run into some very scary Wheelers and find and activate Tik-Tok who assists them in their flight from the Wheelers. The whole thing culmina [...]

    7. Samantha on said:

      I LOVE this series! In this 3rd book in the series Dorothy comes back and we meet many new characters. Dorothy and Uncle Henry head off on a journey by ship to Australia. As fate would have it Dorothy washes overboard and ends up on a strange island with a talking hen named Bill. Dorothy resolves to call her Billina and the two explore the mysterious Land of Ev. It isn't long before they get involved in the problems of the Land of Ev. They find a mechanical man named Tik Tok who fills them in on [...]

    8. Sesana on said:

      Ozma Of Oz is a great book, and much of the storyline from Return to Oz is borrowed from the plot elements here. If you're familiar with that movie, you'll know what's coming most of the time. And Ozma does have some really great plot elements, plus it introduced the fabulous Billina. I'm really enjoying how Shanower is adapting the Oz books. He obviously has a great deal of affection for the source material, and I'd say that it's a fairly close adaptation, from my memory. I do like the art styl [...]

    9. Nick on said:

      While I'm not a huge fan of Skottie Young's art [too many facial expressions involving mouths open very wide] this is a fun graphic retelling of the third Oz book. Shanower's pacing seemed well suited to the material, and the story moved along quickly and in a way which will entertain readers, whether they've read the originals or not.As in the original prose version, this volume added several characters to the world of Oz, including the delightful Tik-Tok, a copper mechanical man that needs to [...]

    10. Malapata on said:

      Después del bajón del segundo volumen, éste vuelve a subir el nivel. La historia es sencilla y entretenida, aunque siga lejos de la del primer volumen, y los dibujos de Skottie Young se notan más trabajados que en la segunda parte.

    11. Nickcole on said:

      Rating: 4 The retelling from the story was really great and Mr. Shanower does an excellent forwarding letter, which gets you really excited about reading the story and why he loves it so much. The art was excellent like always and it was an exciting read.

    12. Ro on said:

      I truly felt like I went on a journey, reading this book. Illustrations with a sense of scope, and the text had humour as well as a philosophical bent.

    13. GabrielBenítez on said:

      Parece que Marvel se ha dado la tarea de realizar una muy fiel y bien hecha adaptación de la serie de la Tierra de Oz y esta vez toca el turno a la tercera novela del grupo (son 14, las originales con una 15ava. escritra por otra autora terminando un trabajo de Baum). En esta ocasión, Dorita —quien no aparece en el segundo libro— llega a la Tierra de EV, donde el maligno rey Gnomo mantiene cautivos en calidad de objetos a la famila ex-real de Ev, y la recien estrenada soberana de Oz,Ozma, [...]

    14. Sandra Girard-Demontigny on said:

      I thought it was the first book cause it was the only one at my library and it doesn't say it's the third anywhere in the book. I enjoyed reading this comic, but it's a small and correct read. I expected a better story than this one especially since it's from Marvel. I will still read the rest, hoping to love the rest more. I found that it lacked of a little action, when thinking of Marvel, we often think of superheroes and action.Je pensais que c'était le premier puisque c'était le seul à ma [...]

    15. Bethany on said:

      This is my favourite Oz book and the illustrations are fantastic. I'm used to the drawings from the original version and the new ones are very different but remind you just how young Dorothy and Ozma are, and I love the highly stylized art. The Wheelers are terrible though, I think the artist has seen The Mask too many times. I adore the rest and appreciate the different body types the artist used. Love this book!

    16. Sue on said:

      Dorothy is traveling with Uncle Henry to Australia, but gets swept off the ship by a big wave during a storm, lands in a shipping crate with a talking chicken, Billina and washes ashore at the land of Ev. She finds a key that unlocks Tic-too, a mechanical man. They then travel to the Capital and embark on a journey to save the Queen and her family.

    17. Jessica on said:

      Another great sequel. I loved the designs for the Wheelers! They're definitely a new favourite for me.I can't remember if it was this way in the original book, but here the Scarecrow had some surprisingly cold lines. He was almost sadistic in this one - almost. It was hilarious!

    18. Emily on said:

      I love, love, love this artwork! The story is wonderful, but the artwork keeps me reading. I always want to see how new characters will look!This is a great story about Dorothy finding herself in the Land of Ev, and meeting up with her friends from the Land of Oz.

    19. Miles on said:

      The third volume in this series. While I enjoyed Shanower's adaptation and Young's artwork, this series has run its course for me. I'm sure that there are many more volumes to come, but I've had my fill.

    20. Jennifer Girard on said:

      Ok so apparently I read the third one but it doesn't change a thing haha I was expecting so much more from this graphic novel. The art style wasn't that good and the story was boring I won't continue the series.

    21. Glire on said:

      Lindas ilustraciones y ¡esos colores! Visualmente es un espectáculo. Lástima que la historia me haya parecido tan, tan mala.

    22. Jarrah on said:

      Loved this Shanower/Young adaptation of Ozma of Oz. The Hungry Tiger made me laugh out loud and Bill the chicken steals the show.

    23. Quinn Rollins on said:

      Last year I discovered Marvel Comics' adaptations of L Frank Baum's classic Oz books. Beginning with The Wonderful Wizard of Oz, and continuing with The Marvelous Land of Oz, the combination of Eric Shanower's adaptation of Baum's writing with Skottie Young's amazing artwork had me sold from the first pages. The third volume, a hardcover comic collecting the eight comic book issues of Ozma of Oz, is now in stores, and is my favorite so far in this Oz series.If you're familiar with the Walt Disne [...]

    24. Katrina on said:

      Infuriatingly suffers from the same problem as Oz. The Marvelous Land of Oz, with the illustrations not always matching up with the text. The most glaring example comes from the Nome King's bargain: if Ozma or any of her companions can correctly identify the ornaments into which the royal family of Ev have been turned, they will be freed. If they fail to make a correct guess, they will be turned into ornaments as well. The secret is that the members of the royal family are the only purple orname [...]

    25. Sarah on said:

      The third in Shanower and Young's very successful set of graphic novel adaptations, Ozma of Oz emphasizes both the strengths and weaknesses of the series. Young's art continues to be fresh and vibrant; special praise is due for his zaftig Princess Langwidere and her voluminous masses of hair, the world-weary and sarcastic glares of Billina the hen, and best of all, the wispy, furry little Nomes who populate the Nome King's Dominion. These are wonderful creations, and if his Nome King seems littl [...]

    26. Adriana on said:

      The tale of The Wonderful Wizard of Oz is a classic loved by many. I personally love Judy Garland's portrayal of Dorothy Gale and the journey she takes on the yellow brick road to get to get back home to Kansas. I read the original story a while back and I saw quite a lot of editing done in the movie compared to the book. I felt it was much needed editing after I finished reading it. There was just too much filler. But, I decided to give Ozma of Oz a try because generally comics make stories see [...]

    27. Travis Mueller on said:

      I have vague memories of seeing the movie Return to Oz years ago. I mainly recalled that it was sort of creepy and weird, especially to my younger self when I saw it. My vague recall of it was triggered by reading the previous book in this series, since it had some characters in common, but I see that more of the source material of the movie was adapted from this book. The creepy things I recall from the movie are less bothersome here, though whether that is because I'm older or just because the [...]

    28. Becky B on said:

      As with the rest of Marvel's Oz graphic novels I've read, this one does a good job of remaining very faithful to Baum's original story while adding spectacular visual elements and toning down the rather graphic parts (like the creepy Princess who switches heads) to make it kid friendly. In case you aren't familiar with the original, in this Oz book, Dorothy is traveling to Australia with her Uncle when she gets swept overboard in a storm. She awakes to find herself traveling with a talking chick [...]

    29. Miss Ryoko on said:

      These graphic novels really are super awesome! The artwork is bad ass! I like that even though these are considered children's graphic novels that the artwork is sometimes a bit creepy . Skottie Young is seriously boss! I've never read any of the Wizard of Oz books before other than the junior version of the original, so I'm not particularly familiar with the story of any of the books (outside of the movie for the first one), but I really liked this one! Billina the hen was so fabulous! And I re [...]

    Leave a Reply

    Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *