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The Oz/Wonderland Chronicles: Chapter One

3.79  ·  Rating details ·  34 Ratings  ·  3 Reviews
Alice and Dorothy must leave their modern Chicago lives to return to their childhood fantasy lands, as the Jabberwocky from Wonderland threatens to destroy everything. But upon returning to Oz, Dorothy and Alice only find death and destruction, compliments of the (new?) Wicked Witch! A Graphic Novel Sequel to the Original Novels. Featuring paintings by Joe Jusko, Greg Horn ...more
Paperback, 184 pages
Published April 26th 2011 by Buymetoys.com (first published November 24th 2010)
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Lady Lioness
3.5 stars.

I ILL'd this because of NYCC, but I didn't get around to reading it until now. Unlike Lost Girls, this series is based on the concept that Wonderland, Oz, and all the fairy tale lands did exist. However, once their respective heroines grew up, they dismissed their past as childhood imaginings. In this volume, Alice and Dorothy discover that these lands are real- the hard way.

The storyline here is very reliant on the idea that the reader is familiar with the original source material a
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Laura
Aug 08, 2013 rated it it was ok
It was ok. I REALLY REALLY wanted to like it. I obsess over Alice in Wonderland and have just gone through a big Oz kick. I imagine stories about a cross-over between them based on their personalities and adventures. I have briefly given thought about writing such stories. I thought this would be right up my ally.

Nope. Sorry.

Here's some stuff- neither Alice nor Dorothy felt like their personalities, even grown up. They felt like just two girls. Could be any girls. Other than mild curiosity, it w
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FittenTrim
May 02, 2014 rated it liked it
Artwork is wonderful but the story felt rushed, and too much like "Michael Bay $200 million dollar cheesy FX movie"; I would have preferred a fairy tale more similar to the original books. Have to give the author credit though, they know the characters and world very well.
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