Posts tagged Dorothy Gale
Posts tagged Dorothy Gale
just reminding you how awesome are the adaptations of marvel of Baum’s books.
The Wizard with a pair of guns. And people say Oz is for kids.
Sky Pyrates Over Oz, by Sherwood Smith - Back in 2005, Random House became the first major publisher in some time to put out a traditional Oz book, Smith’s The Emerald Wand of Oz.
Doroty vs Alice
Who would win?
Come on, Dorothy grew up on a farm, and Alice in an upper-class Victorian English home.
Lady Aurex, from “Glinda of Oz”
When Benny, the living statue from Boston in Ruth Plumly Thompson’s The Giant Horse of Oz, arrives in Oz, he asks the Scarecrow if the country is a republic. The straw man replies, “Indeed not! We are a magic monarchy under the beneficent rule of a little fairy.” For the most part, the rulers of Oz are absolute, but that doesn’t mean the people never have any say in who rules over them. In John…
The Wonderful Wizard of Oz by L. Frank Baum - Design : Laurent Durieux.
The Emerald City’s fifties redesign didn’t last very long.
THE ROAD TO OZ - Book 5 in The Wizard of Oz Collection. To be released 24th April 2014!
Princess Ozma’s birthday celebration is set to be the most magnificent party of all time, and everybody who’s anybody in Oz is desperate for an invitation. As for Dorothy and her friends, lost out in the lands beyond the Deadly Desert, they must use their heads and discover a way to get back to the Emerald City if they are to be in attendance on this most special occasion. But will they manage to get there in time
In The Wonderful Wizard of Oz, Dorothy’s three companions all end up as rulers: the Scarecrow of the Emerald City, the Tin Woodman of the Winkie Country, and the Cowardly Lion of the Quadling Forest. In later books, only Nick Chopper’s position endures, as Ozma takes her rightful place as ruler of Oz, and the Lion makes his home in the Emerald City. There are hints that the Lion retained his…
Even in the Most Encroaching of Darkness, There Is Always, Always Oz
Dorothy and Ozma, by Erin Ptah
u people talk about lesbian princesses
go read the oz series
hell princess ozma is a transsexual >:P
Oh there’s all kinds of queer fun to be had in Oz. The Tin Woodman and the Scarecrow have a very close friendship in later books, and there are those who think the…
The Glass Cat is also described as female (pretty much the default gender for cats in fiction). I think the fact that these magical creations are assigned one gender or other based on their appearance says something about our perceptions. It’s like how we all know Barbie is female and Ken male despite the fact that neither one has genitals.
A race between the heroes and the villain of the book? Was this the inspiration for Mario Kart?