Series: Oz : Shanower

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The Enchanted Apple of Oz by Eric Shanower1
The Secret Island of Oz by Eric Shanower2
The Ice King of Oz by Eric Shanower3
The Forgotten Forest of Oz by Eric Shanower4
The Blue Witch of Oz by Eric Shanower5
The Salt Sorcerer of Oz and Other Stories by Eric Shanower6
The Giant Garden of Oz by Eric Shanower7
The Wonderful Wizard of Oz [graphic novel] by Eric Shanower8
The Wonderful Wizard of Oz Sketchbook by Eric Shanower8.1
The Marvelous Land of Oz [graphic novel] by Eric Shanower9
Ozma of Oz [graphic novel] by Eric Shanower10
Dorothy and the Wizard in Oz [graphic novel] by Eric Shanower11
Road to Oz [graphic novel] by Eric Shanower12
Little Adventures in OZ Book 1 by Eric Shanoweromnibus 1, 3
Little Adventures in OZ Book 2 by Eric Shanoweromnibus 2, 4, 5
Adventures in Oz by Eric Shanoweromnibus 1-5
Oz-Story, No. 1 by David MaxineCollaborator
Oz-Story, No. 4 by David MaxineCollaborator
Paradox in Oz by Edward EinhornIllustrator
The Living House of Oz by Edward EinhornIllustrator
The Runaway in Oz by John R. NeillIllustrator
The Rundelstone of Oz by Eloise Jarvis McGrawIllustrator
The Visitors from Oz by L. Frank BaumIllustrator

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