Cover art for Marvel’s unpublished Ozma of Oz (1976). Art by “Amazing” Alfredo Alcala. Colored by Eric Shanower for the Baum Bugle in Winter 1987.
The really depressing thing about this art is that the entire issue was already written and drawn. It just needed letters and coloring before Marvel pulled the plug, due to a combination of low sales on the first two books, as well copyright issues with the source material. It’s a major bummer, because Roy Thomas (the writer) and Alfredo Alcala were both really into the project (note Alcala’s reverence to John R. Neill’s art as evidence), and were planning to plow ahead onto the other books (Thomas had already started writing his script for Dorothy and the Wizard).