Wednesday, January 4, 2012


By Tommy Kovac
Disney Press, 2008. 159 pgs. Graphic Novel

Although Alice is gone, there's still plenty of action in Wonderland in this graphic novel. Told from the view point of Mary Ann, the white rabbit's maid, we follow the wake of the "Alice monster" and revisit all the classic characters. I actually enjoyed Mary Ann's character the most as she tried to keep things clean and tidy in the mad world of Wonderland. Vibrantly illustrated, this is a treat for the eyes that begs the reader to sample, but don't worry: you won't become a giant if you take a taste.


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