gale the witch

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Originally posted by emeraldcitysource

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Ding Dong the Wicked Witch is dead! 

These shoes are from from Blondie Lockes’ Birthday Ball heels repainted to be Dorothy’s magic ruby shoes! I thought the light blue socks were perfect so I left that alone and repainted the rest, and then coated it lightly with glitter :3

Y’all, I need a Marvel/Emerald City Fusion asap!

Just imagine it, this being Darcy Lewis’ mother..

Originally posted by my-beautiful-wickedness

Yes :) Darcy being the daughter of the Witch of the West.

She’s born and raised in Oz, learning everything Mother West can teach her. But as she gets older, she realizes that Mother West and Aunt Glinda aren’t all they’re cracked up to be and seeks help from Dorothy who she comes to know because of Uncle Roan/Lucas. 

Since she knows that Dorothy travels between Oz and a place called Kansas, she asks to be taken away to a new life where she’s not feared because of her Mother and magic. So a plan is concocted where Darcy “dies” in Oz and Dorothy sneaks her out under the cover of night, and gives her a home with Aunt Em in Kansas.

Darcy of Oz then becomes Darcy Gale Lewis.

Darcy learns to adapt to this new world, is home schooled by Aunt Em and Dorothy (when Dorothy isn’t in Oz), and surprisingly is smart enough to earn a scholarship to college.

Darcy still chooses Political Science as her major, but she’s quite knowledgeable in medicine thanks to Aunt Dorothy. Jane takes her on as an intern and is outed when Thor lands and becomes a trusted ally. Jane, Eric and Thor are the only three to learn of Darcy’s Oz heritage, and the two humans are quite flabbergasted because everyone knows The Wizard of Oz is a children’s tale. 

Darcy then ends up skimming through the true story of Oz and how it’s not just a children’s tale. It’s home and there’s nothing cutesy about it.

Fast forward to after the Avengers are formed and Darcy makes connections with each of them when a tornado, of all things, pops down atop Stark Tower. Everyone thinks it’s the Bifrost, but Darcy knows better. 

It’s Dorthy in full Oz wardrobe: 

Originally posted by emeraldcityedits

Originally posted by nbcemeraldcity

..to tell her that Oz needs her. Oz is under attack.

Darcy then has to tell the Avengers about her heritage and the Avengers all jump at the chance to visit the fairy tale land. And yeah, that’s as far as I got. 

What do you guys think could happen there?

A few years ago I did Wizard of Oz. I understudied for Dorothy and The Witch, but ended up helping our student director: an eccentric, mysterious senior named CoShawn who was The Best Actor and everyone wanted to know more about him because he was so mysterious and lowkey funny, and because he was the director and he played The Witch (best performance of the Witch I’ve ever seen in my life). And he was so chill and cool and collected and smart and elegant. I mean this guy did impromptu backflips while playing Petruchio in cloth shoes and he didn’t fall on his face. It was only me and a couple other people who saw the other side of that, and we really knew him. So on the third(?) show, the one that was packed and filmed, we get to the hourglass scene (where The Witch is yelling at Dorothy and threatens her saying that when the hourglass runs out she’ll kill her), and CoShawn had stolen the whole freaking show and was so into it that when he does the part in our blocking where he slams down the [antique iron] hourglass, it. breaks.
This guys eyes bugged out of his head so big I thought they’d fall off. So here’s this crazy talented kid, Our Star, who is crazy muscular and ripped and attractive (seriously, he was a ripped curly-haired Dominican actor, I was one of the only ones who didn’t Like Him In That Way) but wearing a large dress and a brassiere, and who our group somehow knew as the most collected person ever, sitting onstage staring at broken pieces of an hourglass, looking offstage at me (the youngest in the group) asking for help with his eyes. Dorothy, who knew CoShawn as well as I did, had been crying out of fear before The Incident and was now struggling to stay in character, so now this girl who had just been told she would be killed and had tears still on her face was red in the face trying not to laugh. The audience was going nuts. Backstage was frantic, nobody knew what to do. I was just standing there in the wings in my Jitterbug costume maintaining panicked eye contact with CoShawn. So he stayed out of character and tried hopelessly to put it back together, much to the delight of the audience. Eventually he decided that he’d just keep going with the lines, and it worked fine until he was like “when THIS hourglass” and then he stopped and stared at it in dismay (audience laughs) “runs out…..I’ll um….. [blah blah blah]…” When he finally got offstage I think the makeup artists had to reapply some of his green makeup because he’d sweated so much of it off out of panic

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Guess who got to see Wicked for the first time and thought to herself “What if I just reimagined the Wonderful Wizard of Oz?” And this happened. I have an entire story planned and everything and I just needed to post a long series of concepts. In order of appearance it’s Dorthy, “the Wicked Witch”, and Glinda for a nice sneak peek at a potential project I’m working on.