Glenn Diddit's Alice's Adventures in Wonderland

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Glenn Diddit, Feb 25, 2009 - Comics & Graphic Novels - 108 pages
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This is the pilot color version of Alice's Adventures in Wonderland. It has inferior art, a few typos, and a magniloquent preface. But in its defense it was my first effort of its kind - ever. So it is my first-born special needs baby and I love her much.

The only reason I think anyone would want this pilot version is for speculation or investment, so I jacked the price. I also Diddit because I am unhappy with the print quality - you can look inside, its still very good but not as great as I wanted - so I figured to overprice it so no one will buy it. . . yet, people STILL buy copies. I guess that's alright as long as you understand what you're getting. It is very cool how Alice's dress begins yellow and ends blue, an effect you can only experience in color. . . so there is that.

Eventually this pilot version will (definitely) be deleted and replaced with a more reasonably priced colour edition. Please come back if you want a color copy. Mistakes will be fixed, and visually inferior panels will be updated to color reflections of the B&W.

But if you must have the color pilot version, this is your last chance to own it before it is gone.
 

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~The Midwest Book Review says: Alice's Adventures in Wonderland is the full-color, graphic novel adaptation of Lewis Carroll's classic, fantastic adventure of a young girl who follows a white rabbit and becomes lost in a topsy-turvy magical world. Faithful to the original novel, Alice's Adventures in Wonderland perfectly captures the sharp-edged wit and wisecracking of the original. Best of all, dialogue of the original novel is completely unabridged - readers can enjoy the full literary experience! A treasure for all ages, and a "must-have" for any collection featuring graphic novel adaptations of works that have stood the test of time. http://midwestbookreview.com/sbw/jun_09.htm#graph 

Contents

I DOWN THE RABBITHOLE 1 II THE POOL OF TEARS
9
A CAUCUSRACE AND A LONG TALE
16
THE RABBIT SENDS IN A LITTLE BILL
22
ADVICE FROM A CATERPILLAR
32
PIG AND PEPPER
41
A MAD TEAPARTY
49
THE QUEENS CROQUETGROUND
58
THE MOCK TURTLES STORY
67
THE LOBSTERQUADRILLE
75
WHO STOLE THE TARTS?
82
ALICES EVIDENCE
89
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About the author (2009)

Glenn Diddit never fell on his head, except for that one time off a skateboard onto a cold sidewalk in 1978. He shook it off and never skated again.
Wait. . . he also caught his head when attempting to dive through the missing back window of a 1972 Impala in 1986. (Later, in 2002 he found out he'd broken his neck which probably explains the subtle grinding. Ah, youth).
So I guess Glenn Diddit "has" fell on his head. "That guy.

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