Glinda discovers the deception right away and leads the pursuit of Mombi, who is finally caught as she tries to cross the Deadly Desert in the form of a fast and long-running griffin . Under pressure from Glinda, Mombi confesses that the Wizard brought her the infant Ozma, whom she transformed into ... the boy Tip. At first, Tip is utterly shocked and appalled to learn this, but Glinda and his friends help him to accept his destiny, and Mombi performs her last spell to undo the curse, turning him back into the fairy princess Ozma.

The restored Ozma is established on the throne after defeating Jinjur and her army. The Tin Woodman invites the Scarecrow to return with him to the Winkie Country along with Jack Pumpkinhead. The Gump is disassembled at his request (though his head was a hunting trophy that can still speak), Glinda returns to her palace in Quadling Country, the Woggle-bug remains as Ozma's advisor, and the Sawhorse becomes Ozma's personal steed. The forgotten prophecy is finally fulfilled and Oz is politically whole once more, with Ozma in her rightful position as the child Queen of Oz.

The Wonderful Wizard of Oz had been transformed into a stage play , and in this work, several elements were clearly incorporated with an eye to that adaptation and to the possible adaptations of this work. [4] The Marvelous Land of Oz was dedicated to David C. Montgomery and Fred Stone , the comedians "whose clever personations of the Tin Woodman and the Scarecrow have delighted thousands of children throughout the land..." in the 1902 stage adaptation of the first Oz book. Following the Tin Woodman's and the Scarecrow's importance to the play, a similar importance is given them this work, where neither Dorothy nor the Cowardly Lion appear. [4] [5]

Glinda discovers the deception right away and leads the pursuit of Mombi, who is finally caught as she tries to cross the Deadly Desert in the form of a fast and long-running griffin . Under pressure from Glinda, Mombi confesses that the Wizard brought her the infant Ozma, whom she transformed into ... the boy Tip. At first, Tip is utterly shocked and appalled to learn this, but Glinda and his friends help him to accept his destiny, and Mombi performs her last spell to undo the curse, turning him back into the fairy princess Ozma.

The restored Ozma is established on the throne after defeating Jinjur and her army. The Tin Woodman invites the Scarecrow to return with him to the Winkie Country along with Jack Pumpkinhead. The Gump is disassembled at his request (though his head was a hunting trophy that can still speak), Glinda returns to her palace in Quadling Country, the Woggle-bug remains as Ozma's advisor, and the Sawhorse becomes Ozma's personal steed. The forgotten prophecy is finally fulfilled and Oz is politically whole once more, with Ozma in her rightful position as the child Queen of Oz.

The Wonderful Wizard of Oz had been transformed into a stage play , and in this work, several elements were clearly incorporated with an eye to that adaptation and to the possible adaptations of this work. [4] The Marvelous Land of Oz was dedicated to David C. Montgomery and Fred Stone , the comedians "whose clever personations of the Tin Woodman and the Scarecrow have delighted thousands of children throughout the land..." in the 1902 stage adaptation of the first Oz book. Following the Tin Woodman's and the Scarecrow's importance to the play, a similar importance is given them this work, where neither Dorothy nor the Cowardly Lion appear. [4] [5]

The epic continues! Fresh off their landmark run on THE WONDERFUL WORLD OF OZ , superstars ERIC SHANOWER ( Age of Bronze ) and SKOTTIE YOUNG ( X-MEN ) return with L. Frank Baum’s MARVELOUS LAND OF OZ. Join new characters Tip and Jack Pumpkinhead as they’re whisked to Oz, and meet foes and friends! You’ve NEVER seen L. Frank Baum’s masterpiece like this before…

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Tip makes a pumpkinhead man to scare his guardian, the evil Mombi. She brings Jack Pumpkinhead to life, however, to replace Tip with, and plans to turn Tip into a statue. Tip escapes with his now living creation and runs away to the Emerald City, beginning some wacky circumstances with new friends along the way as they try to rescue the city from the revolting General Jinjur.

There were a lot of funny moments when the characters made jokes, intentional and unintentional, like a revolting army made up of pretty girls. Though the book is entertaining enough just in the middle of it, the end has a really interesting twist to it that solves all their problems. This is a really great sequel to the beloved children's classic! No wonder people let L. Frank Baum write a whole series about this fantastic place.

L. Frank Baum was known for "sanitizing" his stories. Therefore, the only problem one could have with the book was the mention of witchcraft.

"But it is nearly dark," said the Tin Woodman; "and unless we wait until morning to make our flight we may get into more trouble. I don't like these night trips, for one never knows what will happen."

So it was decided to wait until daylight, and the adventurers amused themselves in the twilight by searching the Jackdaws' nest for treasures.

The Woggle-Bug found two handsome bracelets of wrought gold, which fitted his slender arms very well. The Scarecrow took a fancy for rings, of which there were many in the nest. Before long he had fitted a ring to each finger of his padded gloves, and not being content with that display he added one more to each thumb. As he carefully chose those rings set with sparkling stones, such as rubies, amethysts and sapphires, the Scarecrow's hands now presented a most brilliant appearance.

Glinda discovers the deception right away and leads the pursuit of Mombi, who is finally caught as she tries to cross the Deadly Desert in the form of a fast and long-running griffin . Under pressure from Glinda, Mombi confesses that the Wizard brought her the infant Ozma, whom she transformed into ... the boy Tip. At first, Tip is utterly shocked and appalled to learn this, but Glinda and his friends help him to accept his destiny, and Mombi performs her last spell to undo the curse, turning him back into the fairy princess Ozma.

The restored Ozma is established on the throne after defeating Jinjur and her army. The Tin Woodman invites the Scarecrow to return with him to the Winkie Country along with Jack Pumpkinhead. The Gump is disassembled at his request (though his head was a hunting trophy that can still speak), Glinda returns to her palace in Quadling Country, the Woggle-bug remains as Ozma's advisor, and the Sawhorse becomes Ozma's personal steed. The forgotten prophecy is finally fulfilled and Oz is politically whole once more, with Ozma in her rightful position as the child Queen of Oz.

The Wonderful Wizard of Oz had been transformed into a stage play , and in this work, several elements were clearly incorporated with an eye to that adaptation and to the possible adaptations of this work. [4] The Marvelous Land of Oz was dedicated to David C. Montgomery and Fred Stone , the comedians "whose clever personations of the Tin Woodman and the Scarecrow have delighted thousands of children throughout the land..." in the 1902 stage adaptation of the first Oz book. Following the Tin Woodman's and the Scarecrow's importance to the play, a similar importance is given them this work, where neither Dorothy nor the Cowardly Lion appear. [4] [5]

The epic continues! Fresh off their landmark run on THE WONDERFUL WORLD OF OZ , superstars ERIC SHANOWER ( Age of Bronze ) and SKOTTIE YOUNG ( X-MEN ) return with L. Frank Baum’s MARVELOUS LAND OF OZ. Join new characters Tip and Jack Pumpkinhead as they’re whisked to Oz, and meet foes and friends! You’ve NEVER seen L. Frank Baum’s masterpiece like this before…

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Glinda discovers the deception right away and leads the pursuit of Mombi, who is finally caught as she tries to cross the Deadly Desert in the form of a fast and long-running griffin . Under pressure from Glinda, Mombi confesses that the Wizard brought her the infant Ozma, whom she transformed into ... the boy Tip. At first, Tip is utterly shocked and appalled to learn this, but Glinda and his friends help him to accept his destiny, and Mombi performs her last spell to undo the curse, turning him back into the fairy princess Ozma.

The restored Ozma is established on the throne after defeating Jinjur and her army. The Tin Woodman invites the Scarecrow to return with him to the Winkie Country along with Jack Pumpkinhead. The Gump is disassembled at his request (though his head was a hunting trophy that can still speak), Glinda returns to her palace in Quadling Country, the Woggle-bug remains as Ozma's advisor, and the Sawhorse becomes Ozma's personal steed. The forgotten prophecy is finally fulfilled and Oz is politically whole once more, with Ozma in her rightful position as the child Queen of Oz.

The Wonderful Wizard of Oz had been transformed into a stage play , and in this work, several elements were clearly incorporated with an eye to that adaptation and to the possible adaptations of this work. [4] The Marvelous Land of Oz was dedicated to David C. Montgomery and Fred Stone , the comedians "whose clever personations of the Tin Woodman and the Scarecrow have delighted thousands of children throughout the land..." in the 1902 stage adaptation of the first Oz book. Following the Tin Woodman's and the Scarecrow's importance to the play, a similar importance is given them this work, where neither Dorothy nor the Cowardly Lion appear. [4] [5]

The epic continues! Fresh off their landmark run on THE WONDERFUL WORLD OF OZ , superstars ERIC SHANOWER ( Age of Bronze ) and SKOTTIE YOUNG ( X-MEN ) return with L. Frank Baum’s MARVELOUS LAND OF OZ. Join new characters Tip and Jack Pumpkinhead as they’re whisked to Oz, and meet foes and friends! You’ve NEVER seen L. Frank Baum’s masterpiece like this before…

Until you earn 1000 points all your submissions need to be vetted by other Comic Vine users. This process takes no more than a few hours and we'll send you an email once approved.

Because you're new to wiki editing, we sent your submission off to our moderators to check it over. Most changes are approved within a few hours. We'll send an email when it is.

Tip makes a pumpkinhead man to scare his guardian, the evil Mombi. She brings Jack Pumpkinhead to life, however, to replace Tip with, and plans to turn Tip into a statue. Tip escapes with his now living creation and runs away to the Emerald City, beginning some wacky circumstances with new friends along the way as they try to rescue the city from the revolting General Jinjur.

There were a lot of funny moments when the characters made jokes, intentional and unintentional, like a revolting army made up of pretty girls. Though the book is entertaining enough just in the middle of it, the end has a really interesting twist to it that solves all their problems. This is a really great sequel to the beloved children's classic! No wonder people let L. Frank Baum write a whole series about this fantastic place.

L. Frank Baum was known for "sanitizing" his stories. Therefore, the only problem one could have with the book was the mention of witchcraft.


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