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Woozy Memories

The origins of the Woozy are never addressed in the canonical Oz series, but there are a few apocryphal stories that propose different explanations. March Laumer gave his story in “The Woozy’s Tricky Beginning,” in which he’s the result of … Continue reading

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We Ain’t Got No Brains and We Ain’t Got No Hearts

A Refugee in Oz, by Kim McFarland – When Nomes invade the peaceful oasis in the Deadly Desert that serves as home to the Madou, a blue-skinned tribe that uses magic in everyday life, an apprentice named Kokoro journeys to … Continue reading

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