Oz: Kingdom of The Lost #1
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Oz: Kingdom of The Lost #1

Writer: David Wohl Publisher: Zenescope Entertainment Release Date: August 16, 2023 Cover Price: $5.99 Critic Reviews: 3
8.8Critic Rating
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32 Pages of content!

Dorothy and her team must venture far from the Emerald City in search of the missing Tin Man. What they uncover along the way will unlock mysteries that have been hidden from the citizens of Oz for generations and will change everything they believe about the so-called Wonderful Land they call home.

  • 9.5
    SciFiPulse - Ian Cullen Aug 7, 2023

    Oz Kingdom Of the Lost works as a great jump-on point for anyone wanting to read Zenescope's take on The Wizard of Oz and it will not take too long for readers to get to grips with the modernized versions of the characters. In this comic book universe of Oz. Dorothy has been on OZ for quite some time and has also been its Queen at one point. Now she works as a guardian for Oz and the Emerald City and continues to have close friendships with Scarecrow, The Lion, and of course her Wolf Toto. Read Full Review

  • 8.5
    Comical Opinions - Gabriel Hernandez Aug 16, 2023

    OZ: KINGDOM OF THE LOST #1 reinvigorates the adventures in Oz when a new villain claims the Tin Man for an evil purpose. The storys central premise is its highlight, and the art looks great. Read Full Review

  • 8.4
    The Fandom Post - Richard Gutierrez Aug 16, 2023

    While Oz: Kingdom of the Lost may present an interesting premise with the return of an old ally, it is the hurried push into an expected search for answers which leaves knowledgeable readers with a heavy sense dj vu, this same foundation having been presented in prior Oz titles with the same results, all as any sense of mystery as to an unknown liberator is swiftly dismissed due to the overt introduction of a new character, allowing the reader to make an educated guess as to his identity all while spoiling any sense of intrigue which might have been carried over to future work. Yet as we become fascinated by intensely depicted forms and vibrant colors, it is an overuse of heavy linework which also detracts from the visual enjoyment of watching our heroines push forward, their scowling faces becoming disagreeable even as we watch with growing disinterest as to what may unfold upon the next page. However, as the darkness behind the Tin Man's disappearance grows under the predictable natu Read Full Review

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