Tag Archives: the lost boy of oz

Yookoo Hoodoo

There was originally supposed to be a panel on Yookoohoos at the upcoming OzCon, but since it’s been cancelled, I might as well say a bit about the subject here. I wrote about the two main Yookoohoos in the Oz … Continue reading

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Button-Bright Illumination

The other day, I came across a link to this bit of Oz fanfiction about Polychrome finding Button-Bright in Philadelphia and taking him to Mo. It fills in some gaps in his story, since The Scarecrow of Oz has him … Continue reading

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Absolutely Yookoohoo

The Law of Oz and Other Stories, by Paul Dana – This book contains three (or four, if you count a really short one) tales, all complete, but also all part of a continuing narrative involving Ojo and Button-Bright. The … Continue reading

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