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How the Wizard Came to Oz
The true origin of the Wizard of Oz.
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Comic language: English
Genre: Fantasy
Activity status: Active
Archive url: Visit archive
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Last update: 11th Nov 2018, 11:41 AM
Number of comics: 177
Number of subscribers: 4
Visitors: 9931 visitors (33640 pages viewed)
Rating: 5 (7 votes)

Comic description

How the Wizard Came to Oz is the story of a clever ventriloquist named Oscar Zoroaster Diggs who is carried away by a balloon to the Land of Oz, where he quickly runs afoul of the Wicked Witch of the West and her sister the Wicked Witch of the East. This comic is based on my book 'How the Wizard Came to Oz' that was published in 1991.

Authors

donabbott
I am the author and illustrator of six children's, 'How the Wizard Came to Oz' being the first, as well as a number of freelance cartoons.

Most recent comments left on How the Wizard Came to Oz

Marcel
10 days ago
Marcel
This isn't Ray Bolger's Scarecrow. Definitely not!
Left on page 67
donabbott
11 days ago
I'm glad you like the comic. In my original 1991 children's book the Winkies do say "Oh,my!" I really don't remember why I decided no to do it in the comic.
Left on page 26
Marcel
12 days ago
Marcel
Did you think "Oh my!" was laying it on a bit too thick? I would have done it. Loving this comic!
Left on page 26
Joseph Bongiorno (Guest)
17th Jun 2018
"Wizard's arrival"
Hey Donald, sorry I missed your response until now. The region was called Omaha from at least as early as 1813 when Manuel Lisa established a large trading post there. Omaha is named after the tribe that lived there. So it was called that long before it was established by the U.S. in 1854.
Left on page 142
donabbott
5th May 2018
Thank you for your kind words. I haven't stopped. I just had another project I had I to finish. There will be more pages added to "How the Wizard Came to Oz" very soon.
Left on page 166