May Solicitations: Big Dog Ink

The Legend of Oz: The Wicked West #8

Writer: Eric Esquivel
Artist: Carlos Reno

Cover A: Carlos Reno
Cover B: Nei Ruffino
A & B covers ship 50/50

The epic western themed adventure in the land of Oz continues as Jack Pumpkinhead squares off against an old friend who was believed dead…and maybe he would have been better off if he stayed that way!

The Legends of Oz: The Scarecrow #2 (of 2)

Writer: Pat Shand
Artist: Carlos Reno

Cover A: Carlos Reno
Cover B: Nei Ruffino
A&B covers ship 50/50

The epic finale of our first Legends of Oz spin-off.  The Scarecrow must not only face off against the evil Serulion, but also the Denslow townsfolk who have no reason to trust another scarecrow with their lives.

Critter #12

Writer/Creator: Tom Hutchison
Artist: Fico Ossio

Cover A: Fico Ossio
Cover B: Romano Molenaar
A & B Covers ship 50/50

Part 2 of Big Dog Ink’s very first event.  High Tide continues across the United States as Critter and School Girl concentrate on how to defeat Tidepool…with the help of some unforeseen friends.

The Legend of Oz: The Wicked West – Trade Paperback Volume 2

(cover image coming soon)

Writer/Creator: Tom Hutchison
Art & Cover: Alisson Borges

Dorothy Gale and the Wicked Witch of the West have disappeared.  Months have passed since their face to face meeting and no one in Oz knows the outcome. Now it is up to Gale’s friends, The Scarecrow, Tin Man and Lion, to find out just what happened.  Collecting issues 1-5 of the hit ongoing series. It’s Oz as you have never seen it before!


About Big Dog Ink
Founded in 2009, Big Dog Ink is an independent publisher of diverse comic book properties such as PENNY FOR YOUR SOUL, URSA MINOR, CRITTER, KNIGHTINGAIL and REX: ZOMBIE KILLER.  Since its inception, Big Dog Ink has quickly become a top publisher in the industry with its hit series, THE LEGEND OF OZ: THE WICKED WEST, which has consistently charted in the “Diamond Top 300” list.  BDI has gained a loyal fan following due to our high quality art, stories and dedication to elevating the art of small press and creator owned publishing.

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