Hutchison's use of the Scarecrow as the magnet for Gale's expository dialog works better here than it did when he was using Toto in that role, and now that most of it's out of the way in the first issue, it's much less prevalent here anyway. Save for the Wicked Witch, but she's doing the villain monologue to her big ugly monkeys, so that's to be expected. There's not a great deal of depth to the story, but it's imaginative, fun, and a refreshing change of pace. Read Full Review
This series is still very enjoyable and definitely one of the best from Big Dog Ink. Since it’s independently produced it doesn’t have a set shipping time that I know of, but when it does come out I’m always excited to read it. Really the only thing this series needs to do is kick the spurs and speed up the story some. There will be plenty of character building opportunities for the story later, but right now it needs to hook me on it’s original story rather than the concept twist. Read Full Review
The art of the book is really detailed and beautiful, It complements the story in every way imaginable. Its obvious Big Dog Ink is dedicated to producing high quality comics. At $3.50 it is a bit on the pricier side especially for a small press book but I have to say its worth every penny. If youre looking for something with an engrossing story, memorable characters and top notch art Legend of Oz is for you. If you are a hardcore fan of the Wizard of Oz but yearn for more than what Zenescope offers or something different than Marvel has put out again this book is for you. Read Full Review
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