We’re off to see the Wizard!

Win a signed copy of THIS COMIC!
Win a signed copy of THIS COMIC!

…the Wonderful Wizard of Oz!

We’re talking to Eric Shanower, writer of Marvel’s Wonderful Wizard of Oz and upcoming Marvelous Land of Oz, and we’re giving you a chance to win a signed copy of the issue #8 of Wonderful Wizard of Oz!

How do you win?  It’s so simple!

In the talkback below, leave a question for our interview with Shanower.  We’ll pick a couple of winners at random, and those lucky winners will received a signed copy of the comic!

Here’s the rules.

You can submit more than one question, but only one entry will be counted for the contest.

Winners will be chosen at random.

Books will only be shipped within the continental United States.

Contest ends Wednesday, July 1 at 5:00 pm Eastern time.

Another way to enter?  Follow me on Twitter @IoMPaul and, when you get the message on how to enter, follow the instructions!

15 comments on “We’re off to see the Wizard!Add yours →

  1. Eric, have you raised seriously to adapt to comic the rest of the books? For example up to “Emerald City of Oz” or even “Royalbook of oz”.

  2. Hi Eric,
    I have to ask this because I actually took a class on Children’s Literature and the first Oz book was on my syllabus of reading. The first book has a whole lot of material which you were able to miraculously weave in. Is there anything from that first book which you feel is weak story-wise? My professor finds that certain things like the porcelain village really are in there, and really have no purpose to the ultimate end of the story. I like the first Oz book alot, i just wanted to hear your thoughts.

  3. Eric,
    Your drawings are such a masterful tribute to John R. Neill’s, keeping so much of his character and architecture design in your art. How do you manage to keep your work so true to that design, and yet so unique?

  4. Eric with as many current works as there are in the “Oz World” what if anything do you do to make this work uniquely your own? Or if you don’t agree with changing the work to your style what steps do you take to remain true to L. Frank Baum’s original works?

  5. Eric,

    If the Wizard of Oz had not been a success as a Broadway play in 1903, how do you think “Marvelous Land of Oz” would have differed from Baum’s finished copy?

    Blair Frodelius

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