Alice In Wonderland #1 (Alice In Wonderland: 1)

Alice In Wonderland Alice In Wonderland Manga publishing pioneer TOKYOPOP is back bringing readers Disney Tim Burton s Alice in Wonderland a retelling of the film in manga style Alice Kingsleigh was a young girl when she visited the magica

  • Title: Alice In Wonderland #1 (Alice In Wonderland: 1)
  • Author: Jun Abe
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 350
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Manga publishing pioneer TOKYOPOP is back bringing readers Disney Tim Burton s Alice in Wonderland, a retelling of the film in manga style Alice Kingsleigh was a young girl when she visited the magical world of Underland for the first time Now a teenager, she spots a white rabbit at a garden party and tumbles down a hole after him where she is reunited with her old fManga publishing pioneer TOKYOPOP is back bringing readers Disney Tim Burton s Alice in Wonderland, a retelling of the film in manga style Alice Kingsleigh was a young girl when she visited the magical world of Underland for the first time Now a teenager, she spots a white rabbit at a garden party and tumbles down a hole after him where she is reunited with her old friends Alice soon learns it is her destiny to end the Red Queen s reign of terror.

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    1. thesnowbookhollow.wordpress.c << Full review If you read my reviews you will notice an odd difference with this one. It might seem as if I was speaking ever so posh or formal during this review. It is because I just finished this lovely manga and whenever I read something that has a classy or posh written style, I acquire that style of speaking myself, for a while…My love for wonderland and anything slightly wonderland related is quite serious and contagious. So read this review at your [...]

    2. I absolutely loved these! A wonderful retelling with great art and lots of action. Fast-paced and entertaining!

    3. Review taken from my blog SugarQuills.I received a copy of Alice in Wonderland from Netgalley for an honest review.I have never read a manga before, so this was my first step into a whole new world. Being a complete noob, I wanted to start somewhere nice and easy, so Alice in Wonderland was my ‘safe’ choice.My initial reaction was confusion because I didn’t realise manga is almost always in black and white, and that it’s read right to left (I told you I was a noob ). I was apprehensive a [...]

    4. This is not the original Alice in Wonderland written by Lewis Carroll. Its the graphic story from the Disney movie.The manga is almost exactly the same as the movie except for the opening scene, where we can see small Alice having nightmares and playing with her father. In the movie we are only told about this. All the other scenes are exactly the same as they are in the movie. The drawings are spectacular. I loved Alice's eyes and I just find the White Rabbit to be absolutely adorable. Alicia a [...]

    5. -ARC kindly offered by NetGalley and the publisher in exchange for an honest review-As you can see from the plot, it is not the original Alice of Caroll but of that more adult created in Disney films of Tim Burton. Those who loved the film can not help but feel drawn to this manga as it happened to me that after three weeks of resistance, I finally succumbed to the temptation.It's remained faithful to the film, but I thought that the designs I would have liked more, but I found several flaws. A [...]

    6. I received this book for free from the publisher via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review.I have been utterly obsessed with the story of Alice's Adventured in Wonderland since I was a young girl. I devour everything that I can find regarding this beloved story. I enjoyed this Manga adaptation of Tim Burton's Alice in Wonderland. The illustrations and story are almost exactly what is in the Disney live action adaptation of the story that was directed by Tim Burton. There are some tiny diffe [...]

    7. Book – Alice in Wonderland – Manga EditionAuthor – Jun AbeStar rating - ★★★★★Cover – Gorgeous!Would I read it again – Yes** COPY RECEIVED THROUGH NETGALLEY **Wow. This is not only incredibly beautiful, with the illustrations in such detail, but the intro of how Alive entered Wonderland was unique and brilliant. In the day and age of the story, it's well possible that such things were expected of her – marry a man with a title and money, keep quiet unless it's appropriate, o [...]

    8. Alice in WonderlandJun AbeComic JuvenileReview: This is a comic rendition of the Johnny Depp Version of Alice in Wonderland. Of course it is only half of the story since it is so long. To read the whole story, you will need to also read the rest of the comic book series.I really enjoyed reading this half of the story. I have always loved the Alice in Wonderland story, so it was nice to see it in a comic book form. I enjoyed the black and white drawings in this book. They are very well drawn and [...]

    9. Received via Netgalley in exchange for a fair review.I would've liked this so much more if it weren't based on the films, but on the original story. Though this was extremely enjoyable once I got into it. The artwork is beyond insanely amazing. The Cheshire Cat is absolutely gorgeous. The Dormouse with his little samurai sword needle, I want a print of the panel where he says, "I can stick you if that would help." Because OMG. I don't see myself running to get all the volumes (Manga and I do bat [...]

    10. I received this book from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. I have always wanted to read a Manga so I was excited when I saw this as a book on NetGalley. The book does read backwards so it was a little weird to make my brain work in the proper way. The illustrations were wonderful & the book itself was good. I was hoping for a little more than just the Tim Burton movie but it followed the plot lines & everything was identical to the movie. Ultimately, the illustrations are what [...]

    11. A quick and easy read that has some pretty good artwork. I love how this manga version begins, with small but creative and plausible changes to the original story. It follows more closely to Tim Burton's adaptation, so some of the illustrations look very much like that version (surreal and dark). This book is only part #1 so it does end in the middle of the story. I look forward to the next installment. A good choice for readers who enjoy classic stories retold as manga adaptations, Alice in Won [...]

    12. Let's start with I love Alice in Wonderland. It's one of my favorite stories. I loved the Tim Burton remake as well. I, also, love Manga so this book was perfect. It's a retelling of the movie. The style is exactly what you would expect from Tokyopop. To be honest, there's not much to talk about with this book. If you liked the Alice in Wonderland movie and you at least understand Manga, this is a fun book. The best part is that Manga feels disjointed for American readers which just added to the [...]

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