At the dawn of the 20th century, L. Frank Baum's world of wonders won a permanent place in modern American culture with The wonderful Wizard of Oz. Then in 1904, to promote his second book, Baum teamed up with master cartoonist Walt McDougall to bring his characters to Earth in a new medium, the comic strip. Queer visitors from the marvelous land of Oz had arrived. At the same time, Oz illustrator W.W. Denslow offered his own Sunday feature, Scarecrow and the Tinman. Both rare cartoon features are collected here for the first time, magnificently restored and presented in full boradsheet size, with more comics by McDougall, Denslow, and Oz illustrator John R. Neill.--Cover, p. .