Lost Girls

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Alan Moore, Melinda Gebbie
Top Shelf Productions, 2009 - Comics & Graphic Novels - 320 pages
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'Lost Girls' is an erotic graphic novel inspired by Victorian children's literature. The three protagonists are fictitiously based on the familiar faces from Wonderland, Oz, and Neverland, who meet as grown women in a mysterious hotel in 1913 England.

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Lost girls

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A league of extraordinary gentlewomen: Alice of Wonderland, Dorothy of Oz, and Wendy of Never-Neverland, now grown. In a "reality" behind the fantasies, the three meet by chance in 1914 in an Austrian ... Read full review

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I have truly enjoyed this collection. Not only are the pictures beautiful but the stories are engaging. Definitely not the comic book you read as a child but if you like things that are on the dirtier side of life this is something you should add to your library. Read full review

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About the author (2009)

Alan Moore has designed and created everything from books to businesses. He has a unique grasp on the forces that are reshaping our world and how to creatively respond to them. Working on six continents, Alan has shared his knowledge in the form of board and advisory positions at companies such as Hewlett Packard, Microsoft and The Coca Cola Company, workshops and speaking as well as teaching in institutions as wide ranging as MIT and Reading University s Typography Department, Sloan School of Management and INSEAD. He is the author of four books on creativity, marketing and business transformation including 'No Straight Lines: making sense of our nonlinear world' (2011). He still works as an artist. He tries everyday to lead a life as beautifully as he possibly can.

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