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When I Get Back to Emerald County

Way back in the first Oz book, we learn that there’s an area around the Emerald City that’s green in color instead of matching any of the color-coding of the quadrants surrounding it. The people wear peaked hats like the … Continue reading

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The Wonderful Waterways of Oz

From pretty early on, Oz was established as having two major rivers, the Munchkin and Winkie, both of which flow into a lake outside the Emerald City, later named Lake Quad. Whether this means the city is on low ground … Continue reading

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Are We Having Fungus Yet?

Between the original books and more recent sequels, just about every substance has been made into a character or group of characters in Oz. Mushrooms are no exception, appearing in two of Eric Shanower‘s stories. Both of these appeared in … Continue reading

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Oz Fish

Although L. Frank Baum wrote a fantasy taking place under the sea and referenced it a few times in the Oz books, he really didn’t say that much about aquatic life in Oz and its surrounding nations. In Glinda of … Continue reading

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