It’s not hard to find re-appropriations of The Wizard Of Oz, but it is hard to find a good one that doesn’t involve singing. The first issue of Angelo Tirotto’s No Place Like Home was an in-your-face, piercing-filled, reality check, showing that he doesn’t intend to focus on sunshine and rainbows. Rather, the creative team is focusing on the horrific aspect of that eerie land known as Oz. Let’s face it, those flying monkeys have always been terrifying. The first issue was a promising start to the series, and Bloody-disgusting has the exclusive 6-page preview of issue #2. Read on for the skinny…
Dee’s world gets even more complicated when dead bodies, family secrets and a threat from the past set her down a road that will change her life forever! Who said coming home was easy?
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