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Saturday, October 20, 2012

Alice in Wonderland by Robert Gill/Zenoscope

The one thing known is that her time spent in a world full of insanity left her a broken adult. However, her courageous will to survive is what ultimately saved humanity.
Now the story of Alice’s visit into Wonderland is fully revealed and the truth of the terror will be told in full!
From Raven Gregory, Ralph Tedesco, and Joe Brusha, the minds behind Grimm Fairy Tales and Return To Wonderland, comes the series that Zenescope fans have been waiting for!
Follow Zenescope back down the rabbit hole and discover a world of madness like you've never seen before!

This is an Alice and Wonderland for adults, from the scantly clad women with large chests to the gore that accompanies the usual inhabitants of Wonderland.

It is definitely a  twist on the tale I have grown up with and loved. Truly a tale that would inspire nightmares and madness, I can understand why certain darker friends of mine found the graphic novel to be one of their favorites.

 What I liked most about the graphic novel was the start of each chapter. The picture's were absolutely beautiful, I could see the pictures hanging on my walls. I also liked the editors note telling what issues facts could be checked in or read more about.

Unfortunately this unique twist was not for me. The gore and the psychotic tendencies that were way to out there and advanced for me, I prefer the wonderland where some good came from the occupants.

2.5 Out of 5 Raven's

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