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Dorothy Gale: Journey to Oz

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Genre: Fantasy
Date Added: 17 February 2006
Last Update: 16 February 2006
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Current Comic Ranking: 15542/26237
Views This Month: 26   (More...)
Average Views a Month: 30   (More...)
Favourite of: 37 members
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A modern and surreal re-telling of the Wizard of Oz. Warning: Contains strong language and mature themes.

Written and Illustrated by Shane Kirshenblatt.

Freefall Entertainment and Jack Lake Productions released this as a printed work back in early 2005. Now this and upcoming installements will be posted online for readers everywhere to enjoy, free!

Now online:

Book One
Book Two (part one)
Book Two (part two)

Coming soon:

Book Three (part one): April 10, 2006

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musicologist101 5/5
It was updated today (August 29th 2006) for the first time in five months! Woot! (since April 10th)
Glumthecomic 5/5
Very good, it has the same format as a lot of other modern comics. The way it's done reminds me of some of the stories in 'the dark horse book of hauntings'. The artwork is stunning.
teeronline 3/5
Fairly good, good artwork but not a comic in my own definition of a comic book, its got not divided by panels, every page has only 1 panel. I gave up on page 4.

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