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Review - Oz: Return Of The Wicked Witch - Part 1
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A new chapter begins from Zenescope Entertainment - this is Oz: Return Of The Wicked Witch - Part 1.
In a time before the Emerald City, a Wicked Witch of the North ruled all of Oz. Banished to the southern lands many eons ago and kept at bay by ancient magicks far beyond her control, she languished. Now, with the witch’s exile finally coming to an end, Dorothy and her friends will witness the return of the true Wicked Witch to the Marvelous Land of OZ!
STORY - JOE BRUSHA, RALPH TEDESCO, DAVE FRANCHINI & DAVID WOHL
WRITER - DAVID WOHL
ARTWORK - GUILLERMO FAJARDO
COLORS - WALTER PEREYRA
LETTERS - JOSH REED
EDITOR - DAVID WOHL
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Oz has gone through some changes recently. It has been under attack from it’s past and had a new ruler. The mantle seems to have gratefully been given up by Dorothy, and a weight off of her shoulders.
Even so, things are not all great in Oz and a magical power is making itself known and attacking villages. These attacks are having the knock-on effect of causing distrust between other tribes with the realm.
This issue has a good build to the beginning of this story, with a nice tease to what to expect from this issue. It also shows a lot of the different areas of Oz, the people, and the magic involved. The classic group also works well, with their different skills and methods.
This was a good beginning story with a cliffhanger finish of the issue.