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Review - Oz: Return Of The Wicked Witch #3
From Zenescope Entertainment
From Zenescope Entertainment is the final part of Oz: Return Of The Wicked Witch - out now!
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 JOSHUA REED
EDITOR DAVID WOHL
PRODUCTION & DESIGN CHRISTOPHER COTE
Finishing off this issue with aplomb, we get the end of the story arc and a lot to take in.
We get more of the history of the wicked witch. What she did, and how she fell. It is a compelling story and well told. There are some points where you have sympathy for her - the road to hell is lined with good intentions.
The battle makes up most of this story, and it is well played out throughout the story, as both sides have ups and downs. Even momentary lapses are fraught with potential danger as things may or may not go to one side’s liking.
The artwork is well done in this issue, with the different types of magic being used and the locations; the art and colours pop well and make this an easy read.
As we get towards the ending, we do get closure for the story, but - and this is a big but - there is a question mark over that finish, and potentially something for the future of Oz.