Captain Carrot Oz Wonderland War (1986) comic books
Scripts by E. Nelson Bridwell, Joey Cavalieri, and Carol Lay. Art and cover by Carol Lay. Double-sized fun! Magical goings-on color each page of this premiere issue! Gillikin's Highland; The Cheshire Cat contacts Captain Carrot and asks for the Zoo Crew's help in stoping the Nome King from taking over both Oz and Wonderland; The Nome King has turned several members of Oz into trinkets that must be found. The Cowardly Loin is found and returned to his normal state. Still Another Return to Oz (with Wonderland Thrown In) article by Roy Thomas. Slay it With Flowers; Captain Carrot and the Zoo Crew, along with various memebers of Oz and Wonderland travel to Munchkin land to free the Scarecrow. Jabberwocky illustration on back cover by John Tenniell. 52 pgs., full color. $2.00. Cover price $2.00.
Scripts by E. Nelson Bridwell, Joey Cavalieri, and Carol Lay. Art and cover by Carol Lay. Second part of the trilogy! Second part of the trilogy!; The Zoo Crew and characters from Oz and Wonderland rescue the Tin Woodsman from where Roquat had hidden him. Article on Carol Lay. Roquat's Red Glare; In an attempt to capture Captain Carrot, Roquat transports all talking rabbits from adjacent dimensions into a cave to fight the Frentic Five. Dinner with Denslow illustration by W.W. Denslow. 48 pgs., full color. $2.00. Cover price $2.00.
Scripts by E. Nelson Bridwell, Joey Cavalieri, and Carol Lay. Art and cover by Carol Lay. Reproduction of an illustration from the Wizard of Oz by W.W. Denslow. Double-length! The trilogy concludes with plenty of twists along the way. Jabber-Wacky; Captain Carrot, the Zoo Crew and various members of Oz and Wonderland travel to Quadling Country to rescue Glinda the Good and the Good Witch of the North. Oz, Wonderland, and Me; E. Nelson Bridwell discusses his affection for the stories of Oz and Wonderland. Oz Well That Ends Well; Oz is liberated from Roquat the Nome King, and Princess Ozma is freed from his control. Parting words from Roy Thomas and an illustration from the major Oz artist, John R. Neill. 48 pgs., full color. $2.00. Cover price $2.00.