Arcana Comics is preparing for FREE COMIC BOOK DAY 2013, where we will debut The Steam Engines of Oz, a gorgeous re-imagining of the world of Oz, set 100 years after the events from The Wizard of Oz, a story we all love and cherish.
FCBD, however, is not the end of Oz… not by a longshot! In June, we will be releasing The Steam Engines of Oz issue 1, taking place immediately after the events of the FCBD edition. Don’t worry, though, we’ll have a recap of the FCBD events, PLUS make sure that all readers have read the FCBD story.
Based on initial orders of The Steam Engines of Oz FCBD, we’ve broken all of our previous records for FCBD. Please make sure your local comic book shop orders plenty of copies of The Steam Engines of Oz Issue 1!
Oh, and scroll down for a full color preview of The Steam Engines of Oz FCBD edition AND the very FIRST look at the cover for Issue 2… You’ll love it!
TITLE: The Steam Engines of Oz Issue 1
STORY BY: Sean Patrick O’Reilly & Erik Hendrix
WRITTEN BY: Erik Hendrix & Sean Patrick O’Reilly
ART BY: Yannis Roumboulias
DIAMOND CODE: APR13 0795
DESCRIPTION: Straight from the pages of our FCBD Preview, The Steam Engines of Oz has arrived! Find out how the Emerald City has transformed in the last 100 years as Victoria Wright and her friends plot their escape only to fall into the clutches of a terrifying threat. This re-imagining of Oz through a SteamPunk lens is a must read for fans of Oz, SteamPunk, an exciting story, and fantastic art
Oh, while we’re at it… Why not take a look at the cover for The Steam Engines of Oz issue 2, coming out in July??? Who are these guys? They’re Munchkins, but they’re not part of the Lollipop Guild, though, I’ll tell you that much!
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