Marvel's Frank Baum adaptations continue with Road to Oz #1, and we've got a variant cover by Eric Shanower.
Source: Press Release
Marvel released this variant cover for Road to Oz #1 by Eric Shanower, which shows Dorothy and Toto's first encounter with legendary comics creator Alan Moore. Moore, in the guise of "The Shaggy Man," joins Dorothy in this story, in which the group will travel to a birthday party in the land of Oz and have many adventures along the way, culminating in the Wizard of Oz stealing the Shaggy Man's intellectual property and making toasters. Here's the press release:
Eric Shanower Covers ROAD TO OZ #1!
Marvel is proud to present your first look at Eric Shanower’s variant cover to Road to Oz #1! Dorothy is off on another fantastic journey to Oz, and she’s bringing Toto along for the ride! But when the dusty Kansas roads turn into magical highways, where will it lead them? And even with the help of Dorothy’s new companions – an old man with a magic magnet and a young child named Button-Bright – will they be able to find their way?! Dorothy’s all-new adventure, courtesy of the Eisner Award winning team of Eric Shanower and Skottie Young, begins in Road to Oz #1, coming to comic shops everywhere, the Marvel Comics app, and Marvel Digital Comic Shop this September.
ROAD TO OZ #1 (JUL120602)
ROAD TO OZ #1 SHANOWER VARIANT (JUL128062)
Written by ERIC SHANOWER
Pencils and Cover by SKOTTIE YOUNG
Variant Cover by ERIC SHANOWER
FOC – 8/13/2012, On Sale – 9/5/2012
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