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Sign, Sign, Everywhere a Sign

The program books at the Winkie Convention/OzCon International, edited by David Maxine, have some pretty good essays and other material. My first contribution appeared in this year’s, which also included Robert Pattrick’s story about the Tin Woodman and Tin Soldier … Continue reading

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Sizing Up and Down

Characters changing in size is a pretty frequent occurrence in the Oz books. It’s sort of a transformation, but not entirely, as someone exposed to such magic keeps the same shape. At least, that seems to be the case for … Continue reading

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The Missing Crinklink

I’ve been looking recently at how the Wizard of Oz is portrayed throughout the Oz series, and this Lit Brick comic offers another good example of the character being a jerk, and oddly enough it’s known that it’s not entirely … Continue reading

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