The "Official" Oz Books by other authors
After L. Frank Baum passed away in 1919, his widow and the publishers entered into an agreement to continue the series, with other writers taking over.
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Queer Visitors from the Marvelous Land of Oz: The Complete Comic Strip Saga 1904-1905
. For the first time since their original newspaper publications, all of L. Frank Baum's newspaper comic pages are collected in their original form, at full size, in color. This book also collects W. W. Denslow's competing comic, "Denslow's Scarecrow and the Tin-Man," plus other early Oz comics and works by "Queer Visitors" artist Walt MacDougall, Denslow, and even John R. Neill. This is an important, historic collection of early Oz and comic materials.
The Scarecrow and the Tin-Man of Oz by W. W. Denslow
- Oversized hardcover edition
- Also available directly from the publishers, Sunday Press Books.
. For the first time, all of W. W. Denslow's stories about the Scarecrow and the Tin-Man are collected in one volume, with the original illustrations. Includes the "Denslow's Scarecrow and Tin-Man" comic page stories and the Denslow's Scarecrow and Tin-Man
picture book. (No, this isn't really considered to be an "official" Oz book, but as illustrator of The Wonderful Wizard of Oz
, Denslow is a major player in the history of the Oz books. And this collection does represent the earliest Oz stories not written by Baum.)
- Hardcover book, illustrated by the author.
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