Pferdzwackur - The Tin Man
Summary: The Wizard of Oz, from the Tin Man's perspective. Or, a Robot in search of Intellectual Property. L. Frank Baum is 75+ years dead. His creepy children's tales are fat, ripe, lolling in the public doman. Herein we get hold of his story, mess it up, and put it back together again. You betcha.
Featuring the end of the series, and a note from the author.
Featuring Disembodied Dance, by Paul Cantrell, and For the Chairlift, by Steve Putt
The Terrible Wizard, of Oz fame, is always good for a fix, is he not?
Electromagnetic Flux is at the root of all kinds of naughty wayward thoughts, did you know?
The secret of the Tower of Babel is revealed, to wit.
We entertain multiple versions of why the Tin Man is hell-bent on Hell.
The river has stars in it, dude.
The distinction between Sunflowers and Poppies is established.
Forty-One times is not enough.
A long setup, so to broach the subject of patience.
The magpie's manifesto: A false sign is not a sign, but it's still a landmark. The Tin Man disagrees.
We make it to the end of the backwards yellow brick road.
Were Karl Marx to lecture John Calvin, it might sound like this.
Sunshine daydream, and a guy walks into a bar.
A new brain and a new heart, backwards down the Yellow Brick Road.