Add New Content  |  Top Issues  |  Register  |  Marketplace  |  Forums  |  Request a Feature  |  Help  |  Mobile  |  Home
 

Login
Username:  
Password:  
   

Register for free
Social Media: Facebook Twitter Tumblr
Search:
   
   
   

  Search by Cover Date

Browse:
  Titles
  Creators
  Characters
  Groups
  Story Arcs
  Publishers
  Imprints
  TPBs/HCs
  Podcasts
  Awards
  Members
  Contributors
  Public Collections
  Public User Lists

Last 10 titles added:
  1. Omni (2019)
  2. Snow, Glass, Apples (201...
  3. Pretty Violent (2019)
  4. Headless (2019)
  5. Jim Cornette Presents: B...
  6. The Incredible Hulk: The...
  7. Paradox Girl (2019)
  8. Captain America: First V...
  9. Firefly Legacy Edition (...
  10. Image Firsts: Unnatural ...
   View All

Last 10 creators added:
  1. Benjamin Zeus Barnett
  2. Robert Ahmad
  3. Alexander Banchitta
  4. Eric Moss
  5. Jim Cornette
  6. Domy Guitierez
  7. Leonardo Patricia
  8. Henry Ng
  9. Ray Vukcevich
  10. Brian Dale
   View All

Last 10 characters added:
  1. Plank, Sarco
  2. Judge Gallows
  3. Ziggy (Dreaming)
  4. Balam (Vertigo)
  5. Bazooka Mel
  6. Sawyer, Evan
  7. Sandiego, Carmen
  8. Stalking Wolf
  9. Warbunny
  10. The Blue Emissary
   View All


   
Patchwork Girl
Real Name: Scraps
Search for 'Patchwork Girl' on Amazon

Bio:
Margolotte Pipt assembled the Patchwork Girl to be a servant. Her husband, Dr. Pipt, had spent seven years stirring the pots to create the Powder of Life in order to use it on the Patchwork Girl. She was not to be given much in the way of brains--just enough to understand how to do her job. When Ojo and Unc Nunkie arrive to seek the Pipt's hospitality, Dr. Pipt is just about to finish stirring the Powder of Life. Ojo thinks it is unfair to intentionally give the Patchwork Girl so little brains, so he makes sure that she has lots of cleverness and only a touch of obedience. When brought to life, she is rambunctious and intelligent, but her first move upon coming to life accidentally results in the Liquid of Petrifaction being spilled on Margolotte and Unc Nunkie, which results in the Patchwork Girl taking her first quest. During this adventure she befriend's Oz's famous living Scarecrow, renowned for his wisdom throughout the land, and the two would often be seen together subsequently. Her major adventures are told in such volumes as _The Lost Princess of Oz_, _The Gnome King of Oz_, and _A Runaway in Oz_ (1943/1995), in which she is the title character.

Notes:
Book appearances:

The Patchwork Girl of Oz (1913)
The Lost Princess in Oz (1917)
The Tin Woodman of Oz (1918)
The Magic of Oz (1919)
Glinda of Oz (1920)
The Royal Book of Oz (1921)
Kabumpo in Oz (1922)
The Cowardly Lion of Oz (1923)
Grampa in Oz (1924)
The Lost King of Oz (1925)
The Hungry Tiger of Oz (1926)
The Gnome King of Oz (1927)
The Giant Horse of Oz (1928)
Jack Pumpkinhead of Oz (1929)
The Yellow Knight of Oz (1930)
Pirates in Oz (1931)
Ojo in Oz (1933)
The Wishing Horse of Oz (1935)
Handy Mandy in Oz (1937)
Ozoplaning with the Wizard of Oz (1939)
The Wonder City of Oz (1940)
The Scalawagons of Oz (1941)
Lucky Bucky in Oz (1942)
The Magical Mimics in Oz (1946)
The Shaggy Man of Oz (1948)
The Hidden Valley of Oz (1951)
Merry Go Round in Oz (1963)

First Appearance: None listed.

View a chronological listing of this character's appearances

Issue Appearances:
Adventures in Oz (2006)
Oz (1994)
Oz: Daemonstorm (1997)
Oz: Romance in Rags (1996)
The Blue Witch of Oz (1992)
The Oz/Wonderland Chronicles (2005)
Worlds of Color: Welcome to Oz Adult Coloring Book (2016)

Group Affiliation(s):
None.

Famous Quotes: - Add a Famous Quote
None.



< Previous Character | Next Character >




Add this character to a run of issues in a title

Suggest an image for this character

View the contribution history for this character

     

© 2005-2019 ComicBookDB.com - Terms and Conditions - Privacy Policy - DMCA Special thanks to Brian Wood for the ComicBookDB.com logo design