Posts tagged ‘Czarover Vig’

March 31, 2021

“Goodbye Yellow Brick Road”

strip620Next: home again!

March 24, 2021

“Victory lap”

strip619Looks like Watusi may have a hard time readjusting to life in Wonder Valley, where dogs are a less rare breed!

March 10, 2021

“Look to the future”

Kinda sounds like I’m setting up a spinoff comic, doesn’t it?

November 11, 2020

“Dancing in the Street”

Good news, indeed!

October 7, 2020

“Thanks for stopping by!”

Not quite the reaction the Magistrate was looking for, I guess…

September 2, 2020

“Star struck”

 

But is it “welcome” … or “welcome” (to a trap)?

August 19, 2020

“Return to the Emerald City”

 

Looks like our cast has completed their journey …  only to end up (as in many Oz books) back where they started!

(As with the other double-page spreads in this story, this episode can be viewed at a larger size if you’re interested (or want to read the text easier)– just click on the image.)

August 5, 2020

“Let’s do it again”

Needless to say, Jinjur and the Scarecrow share a rather contentious history. Baum wrote a whole book about it, in fact: The Marvelous Land of Oz, which you can read here courtesy of classics-illustrated.com.

(As with the other double-page spreads in this story, this episode can be viewed at a larger size if you’re interested (or want to read the text easier)– just click on the image.)

July 22, 2020

“Old home walk”

While Baum created too many characters for me to include them all in this story, I wanted to find some place for the Patchwork Girl. A big thank you goes out to Kevin Williams for helping me find an approach for the character beyond just “Scarecrow’s love interest”. Thanks, Kevin! By the way, Kevin and I are working on a collaboration that (pandemic willing) will see print later this year…

(As with the other double-page spreads in this story, this episode can be viewed at a larger size if you’re interested (or want to read the text easier)– just click on the image.)

July 8, 2020

“Tough crowd”

One of the things about this story I regret not playing up more is the fact that dogs are not a native species to Oz, and so Watusi should’ve enjoyed more of a celebrity status than he did. Guess that’s price he paid for trying to keep a low profile while on the lam …

(As with the other double-page spreads in this story, this episode can be viewed at a larger size if you’re interested (or want to read the text easier)– just click on the image.)