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by Tommy Kovac

Category: Science Fiction and Fantasy
Subcategory: Children
Author: Tommy Kovac
ISBN: 142310451X
ISBN13: 978-1423104513
Language: English
Publisher: Disney Press; 1st edition (March 17, 2009)
Pages: 160
Fb2 eBook: 1699 kb
ePub eBook: 1881 kb
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Tommy Kovac and Sonny Liew present a different take on Alice's Wonderland with a story told from .

Tommy Kovac and Sonny Liew present a different take on Alice's Wonderland with a story told from the point of Mary Ann, housemaid of White Rabbit. The adventure starts when Mary Ann goes on the run after hitting the Queen of Spades (accidentally) for dirtying her apron. We then follow the adventures of Mary Ann and White Rabbit as they journey through the magical world, interacting with the very other amusing characters. This is a great book that describes the life of Maryann, Tommy Kovac and Sonney Liew do a brilliant job of bringing a side character of the Alice in Wonderland world to the limelight. The book is fun, adorable and a great read.

Author Tommy Kovac and Sonny Liew had an entirely new spin in mind when they produced six single-issue comics simply entitled Wonderland. I ask you this: Who is the one character in the original story that is alluded to and but never seen? If you’ll cast your mind back it will come to you. Mary Ann. The White Rabbit at one point mistakes Alice for his own maid. So without further ado Kovac and Liew decided to tell her story, now collected in a single handsome volume for public consumption.

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Writer Tommy Kovac's Wonderland is missing Alice herself, but it's still populated by the other characters that make the world such a curiously exciting place

Writer Tommy Kovac's Wonderland is missing Alice herself, but it's still populated by the other characters that make the world such a curiously exciting place.

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Among the numerous curiosities that have gone unexplained in the classic tale Alice in Wonderland, perhaps the most perplexing might be who, exactly, is the "Maryann" that the White Rabbit mistakes Alice for at the beginning of the story? Lewis Carroll first made us ponder this and, years later, Walt Disney again made viewers wonder who Maryann might be in his classic feature length film based on Carroll's book.

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Tommy Kovac and Sonny Liew's Wonderland is a gorgeously illustrated graphic novel that revisits the world . I got the book from the library, so I have all ready taken it back. I am trying to remember my original opinion upon the conclusion of the book, though.

Tommy Kovac and Sonny Liew's Wonderland is a gorgeously illustrated graphic novel that revisits the world Lewis Carroll created. But instead of Alice, the protagonist is Mary Ann, the housemaid the White Rabbit mistakes her for in the original book. I really feel nothing! I didn't hate the ending, but I didn't really love it either.

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Among the numerous curiosities that have gone unexplained in the classic tale Alice in Wonderland, perhaps the most perplexing might be who, exactly, is the “Maryann” that the White Rabbit mistakes Alice for at the beginning of the story? Lewis Carroll first made us ponder this and, years later, Walt Disney again made viewers wonder who Maryann might be in his classic feature length film based on Carroll’s book.Now, the amazingly talented folks at SLG Publishing, through a licensing deal with Disney, have finally answered this age-old question. In their beautifully executed comic book series, WONDERLAND, readers experience Alice’s fantastic world as they’ve never seen it before. Writer Tommy Kovac’s Wonderland is missing Alice herself, but it’s still populated by the other characters that make the world such a curiously exciting place. The Queen of Hearts is present, barking orders to lop off people’s heads, as is the Cheshire Cat, the White Rabbit, the Mad Hatter and the rest of Wonderland’s beloved cast. And there are some new faces, too, including the book’s main protagonist, the mysterious Maryann herself. All are beautifully illustrated by Wonderland’s artist, Sonny Liew.The graphic novel will collect the six issues that comprised the Wonderland comic series in a beautiful, collectible, jacketed hardcover edition.
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GoodBuyMyFriends
There seems to be a fad recently for "Alice in Wonderland" spin-off comics that are in the "horror" genre. Hideous, ghoulish, and ugly. But "Wonderland" by Kovac and Liew is charming, gentle, witty, and -- as were Carroll's original books -- "Highly Illogical" -- in the best possible way! The choice of protagonist -- Mary Ann, the White Rabbit's young housemaid -- is a stroke of purest genius. As a native of Wonderland, she is "at home" with the zany leaps of linguistic nonsense which were so perplexing to Alice.
The art is obviously dependent on the Disney version of "Alice in Wonderland," with recognizeably the same Queen of Hearts, Cheshire Cat, Mad Hatter, etc. But the story veers away from the lurid, "cuckoo for cocoa puffs" inanity of the movie, and is of a more genteel, more thoughtful, and far more literate style. It is a romp, to be sure, but more truly dreamlike and less garishly nightmarish than the Disney classic.
At first the art seems sketchy, loose, unfinished, as if the inks and pencils hadn't quite been finalized. After a very short time, this looseness will endear itself to you, and you will begin to see Liew's mastery, a style that is suggestive more than declarative.
Wenes
Briciraz
The art was fantastic. I thought it was a very fun and original style. It's more illustrative and a tad bit looser than some of the traditional comic styles. The storytelling flowed smoothly and the characters were very expressive as well as interesting. The style was consistent throughout. The story kept me engaged and was easy enough to follow without being dis-interesting at any point. I'd love to see more books illustrated in this style and will look for works by the same authors as well.
Darkshaper
Very cute! The style is very original, and the story as well! I really like that they took a character who was only mentioned, and never actually appeared in Lewis Carroll's version, and made her the main character in this spin-off. Mary-Ann is such an adorable little clean-freak, with a likable personality, along with most of the others as well! (I have always been a fan of both protagonists and antagonists.)

I also think it was very clever the way that they took little schniblits of conversation, very unimportant things, from the original book, and made them more important here. Such as the three sisters in the treacle well, originally an unfinished story told by the door mouse.

One more thing that I always get a kick out of is the scene at the duchess's house, where they are eating all this bacon, and pork. Considering her baby boy turned into a pig... cannibalism?

Overall, this is a very amazing book. Very cute, very clever, and very funny.
Uaha
I love the drawing style of Sonney Liew! This is a great book that describes the life of Maryann, Tommy Kovac and Sonney Liew do a brilliant job of bringing a side character of the Alice in Wonderland world to the limelight. The book is fun, adorable and a great read. Highly recommended, while some may find the plot good for a younger audience, I found the book great for adults too!
Urllet
I really enjoyed reading it.
Zymbl
Despite being used it was in wonderful condition. I remember reading this book back in middle school from the library and I absolutely loved it. It's quirky, witty, smart, funny and it has wonderful illustrations. Also: Since the book was used it had a note written in the title page with tommy kovac's signature. I thought that was pretty cool.
This shuld be the continuity of the original!!!
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