Grimm Fairy Tales: Alice In Wonderland

Grimm Fairy Tales: Alice In Wonderland

Raven Gregory / Nov 18, 2019

Grimm Fairy Tales Alice In Wonderland The one thing known is that her time spent in a world full of insanity left her a broken adult However her courageous will to survive is what ultimately saved humanity Now the story of Alice s visit

  • Title: Grimm Fairy Tales: Alice In Wonderland
  • Author: Raven Gregory
  • ISBN: 9781937068400
  • Page: 150
  • Format: Hardcover
  • The one thing known is that her time spent in a world full of insanity left her a broken adult However, her courageous will to survive is what ultimately saved humanity Now the story of Alice s visit into Wonderland is fully revealed and the truth of the terror will be told in full From Raven Gregory, Ralph Tedesco, and Joe Brusha, the minds behind Grimm Fairy Tales andThe one thing known is that her time spent in a world full of insanity left her a broken adult However, her courageous will to survive is what ultimately saved humanity Now the story of Alice s visit into Wonderland is fully revealed and the truth of the terror will be told in full From Raven Gregory, Ralph Tedesco, and Joe Brusha, the minds behind Grimm Fairy Tales and Return To Wonderland, comes the series that Zenescope fans have been waiting for Follow Zenescope back down the rabbit hole and discover a world of madness like you ve never seen before.Alice In Wonderland 1Alice In Wonderland 2Alice In Wonderland 3Alice In Wonderland 4Alice In Wonderland 5Alice In Wonderland 6

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      • Raven Gregory

        Executive Editor Staff Writer of Zenescope EntertainmentRaven Gregory was born in Phoenix, Arizona in 1979, the youngest of three brothers.Discovered in 2000 by then Vice President of Publishing at Top Cow Productions, Renae Geerlings, his first professionally published work was the critically acclaimed creator owned independent comic series, The Gift, in 2003 The hit series would later be published by Image Comics as the writers popularity continued to grow.Years later, the young writer would come to attention of Zenescope Editor in Chief and co founder, Ralph Tedesco, who recruited the writer to the newly created position of Executive Editor and Staff Writer of Zenescope Entertainment Gregory would go on to co create and write the best selling Wonderland Trilogy series with fellow co creators Joe Brusha President CCO , and Ralph Tedesco as well as numerous other Grimm Fairy Tales spin offs, Crossovers and Creator Owned titles.Known for his incredibly dark, yet realistic stories of horror, the writer s use of relatable personal tragedy, and powerful themes have made the writer a fan favorite creator across the nation.After suffering the loss of a close friend to a car accident in June 2012, and the death of his ex wife and mother of his children, Kourtney Keiser, to a hit and run accident one year later in 2013 Raven began work on his most personal story to date entitled NO TOMORROW The story is currently set to debut August 28th, 2013.Upon the debut issue s release it will be the 200th published story by the writer.Raven lives in Arizona with his four children, a Pitbull named Wacko, and a Chichuana named Zombie.Best selling fan picks The Wonderland trilogy, FLY, The Theater, Irresistible, and the Dream Eater Saga


    258 Comments

    1. Raven Gregory’s take on Lewis Carroll’s classic Alice in Wonderland is essentially a godawful mashup of softcore porn and metal stupidity. For no discernible reason, Alice’s grandparents send her down a rabbit hole where she ends up the prisoner of the evil Jabberwocky – I won’t bother saying “evil” anymore as every single character in this version of Wonderland is evil. Alice grows up, gets put into stripper clothes, and eventually escapes. She bumbles around meeting the famous ch [...]


    2. I take it that most of you know what curiosity killed - which was pretty much my rationale for picking up Zenescope's latest offering in the adult comic Grimm's Fairy Tale series with "Alice in Wonderland." I took it that this was a followup story to some of Zenescope's other series including "Return to Wonderland" and "Tales from Wonderland." It was my first read from that extension of the series, and I'm torn as to what to feel about it. I didn't mind the dark root of the story, and the violen [...]


    3. I saw this on NetGalley and had to give it a try. There are so many great artistic possibilities with Lewis Carroll's Alice in Wonderland story. And I have to say that the author and illustrator really took advantage of that. The episodic nature of Alice's travels in Wonderland is really interesting - there's never a dull moment and you really get to see a lot of the characters that fascinate so many of us.The Jabberwocky plays a huge role in this, and in fact the ending leaves you a little bit [...]


    4. This book had a lot of hits & misses. I must commend that we get a solid gritty story set in the world of Alice in Wonderland. The biggest thing I want to pick at is the adult portrayal of Alice. It was very annoying, for me, to see her G-cups staring at me in nigh on every frame. Very sleazy. So I thought, well, maybe her dress shrank, when she grew. Hmm, maybe indeed? Although, I truly doubt that a 8-10 yr old wears a garter belt. Don't even get me started on the panty shot in front of the [...]


    5. I am a big fan of the Alice in Wonderland stories and I'm always on the look out for variations on the themes in the book so I was more than happy to dive into this comic to see how it would play out. I have to say that as far as the core story goes and the inventiveness of the way that the writers reimagined a lot of those familiar characters is excellent. They took some great ideas and really made them their own and the art work and typographical choices really make the book something fun and [...]


    6. I did not read this in graphic novel form. I actually ended up buying all the comics individually because I could not wait to read them. I love, love, love pretty much anything related to Alice in Wonderland and I had to scour the web to get my hands on these since they sold out pretty much everywhere. The story basically has Alice being sent down the rabbit hole as a sort of sacrifice and she is held captive by the Jabberwocky for years. Eventually, she manages to escape and is forced to deal w [...]


    7. Alice in Wonderland (Graphic Novel) / 9781937068400I love Alice in Wonderland adaptations (as well as the source material) and I really wanted to like this graphic novel, but while I feel like the idea for this volume is commendable, I think the execution -- particularly the writing and drawing -- is unfortunately rather poor. First and foremost, I feel that the object here is titillation to the detriment of the actual artistry. The outfit Alice is wearing on the cover is far more modest than he [...]


    8. If adore Alice in Wonderland and Lewis Carroll and a bit traditionalist, you'll be more likely to hate this book. And parents, if you saw your teenagers having a collection of this book, you should worry.If you read Alice in Wonderland, you'll notice that Lewis Carroll is very much a mathematical and literary genius he is. There's puzzle theory and randomness that was hard to imitate by anyone including Disney. Other than that, Lewis Carroll does carry some bit of facination to young female chil [...]


    9. You can find the full review over at The Founding Fields:thefoundingfields/2012/11/I remember reading Lewis Carroll’s Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland as a kid, and being somewhat intrigued with it. The story however never really resonated with me beyond some key plot points that I still remember. I’ve seen some cartoons over the years and tried to see that Johnny Depp starrer with its own unique take on the story, but none of that has stuck with me either. Raven Gregory’s dramatically d [...]


    10. Disclaimer: Free ARC via NetgalleyOver the summer, someone asked me about Lewis Carroll and if he was weird. She wanted to know if he was a pedophile before she read Wonderland andLooking Glass. I suppose the question crass, but when you think about it, Wonderland itself is problematic. Lewis most likely never touched the young girls, but those photos? Then considering what Playboy voted Lolita as a sexy novel, maybe we shouldn’t wonder about that. And what is Wonderland, a fairy tale? A fable [...]


    11. A note for anyone walking into this with no idea of what they’re getting into: This is NOT an adaptation of Carroll’s novel. This is a continuation of Zenescope’s horror-infused, twisted, gory take on the classic. Please note: Horror. Twisted. Gore. If you don’t like those things, please go somewhere else.Onwards:Having read the rest of Gregory and the Zenescope teamn’s take on Wonderland, I enjoyed finally getting to read the whole of Alice’s story. Gregory is still weaving an inter [...]


    12. This is my second Oh My! review in as many reviews. Alice is grown up in a very hourglass way. She has gone mad and survived, but cannot seem to find enough clothes to wear! In fact, none of the women like loose fitting clothes!She is also pretty handy with tools, which she uses on the random occassion. The cheshire cat has grown up a little into a nasty and large beast with quite sharp claws. The Queen of Hearts doesn’t mind a bit of the old swinging a weapon action either.This is quite beaut [...]


    13. The book that finally brings everything all together! We get to find out what made Alice go mad, how everything fits together with the other Wonderland stories, and the answers to most of the questions any reader was probably asking when they were reading the other stories leading up to this one. I would recommend reading the previous Wonderland series and the Tales from Wonderland series before reading this book just to make sure you can catch all the references that come up during the story. I [...]


    14. Return to Wonderland 2007 to 2008Return to Wonderland Annuals 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012Beyond Wonderland 2008 - 2009Escape from Wonderland 2009 - 2010Wonderland V1, V2, V3 2012 - 2013Tales From Wonderland 2008 - 2009Alice = 2012Down the Rabbit Hole 2013Throught the Looking Glass 2013-2014Call of Wonderland 2012Madness of Wonderland 2013


    15. 1.5 stars as I didn't hate it but was unaware this was a second 'series' to this story (hints throughout saying look back at #XYZ for backstory/details). Plays with the tropes and characters but without the other part of the backgrounds comes across as messy (not in a horror/play with time way).


    16. A twist on the classic childrens story. Wonderland is insane, no longer is the mad hatter alone in his madness.


    17. I knew the moment I saw the Alice and Wonderland comic that I had to dive right in. A dark twisted spin on the classic story. Alice is stuck in wonderland on the run from some of my favorite characters. Will she survive and escape wonderland or end up stuck with the jabberwocky forever? I love the artwork in each book it's detailed, with detailed work on each page. I love that they are in color it just inspires my imagination more. I really enjoyed the unique take on Alice in wonderland it just [...]


    18. Alenka trochu ináč. Eroticky ladená, monológom vedená a bezducho utekajúca po šialenej krvavej krajine zázrakov, kde všetci sú zlí a chcú se jej z nejakého záhadného dôvodu zmocniť. Teda až na červa, toho motív je jasný. Priznám sa, že som ten koniec moc nepobral. Čo prečo ako no a k osvetleniu plno vecí je treba prečítať plno dalších diel z roboti sveta. Príbeh sa nimi len hemží. Ako grafika fajn, ale po chvíli má už jej vyskakuje poprsie nezaujímalo.


    19. It’s hella crazy then the Disney version that’s for sure maybe a 3 and a half stars. But I like Alice in wonderland retelling so I guess four stars. I have a feeling I only know so much this comic books seems to have a big universe so this is one side to an insane storyline.


    20. Had a small handful of interesting ideas but they got lost in the mishmash of weird, flat writing and excessive fan service. Boo.


    21. The concept of Alice in Wonderland is focused on the aftermath of her journey to Wonderland, as an adult. And how Alice has dealt with it in the real world not very well. From the flashes of real world we see of the grown up Alice. For an even stranger twist her story is told through Alice’s other half trapped in Wonderland, confused yet join the club. First maybe I misunderstood but from the synopsis I was under the impression that Alice had a nightmarish experience.There is no real indicatio [...]


    22. This, and other reviews can be found on Just a Lil LostRating: ★ ★ ☆ (2.5/5 stars)The adult life of Alice in Wonderland is explored in this twisted graphic novel series from Zenescope. The story and characters we are all familiar with are given a dark and grown-up makeover where the frightening Jabberwocky has held Alice hostage. Her escape and plot to get rid of the monster is the driving force of this story.I love a good re-imagining, with the graphic novel series Fables being one of my [...]


    23. I seriously want to to ram my head into the ground and hide forever. Why the Heck did I request this Presenting Alice in Wonderland by Raven Gregory, Robert Hill and Jason Embury.Here is the summary of the book:The one thing known is that her time spent in a world full of insanity left her a broken adult. However, her courageous will to survive is what ultimately saved humanity. Now the story of Alice's visit into Wonderland is fully revealed and the truth of the terror will be told in full From [...]


    24. Ok, let me start out by saying this isn’t you children’s Alice in Wonderland! It is violent and twisted to say the least. But please don’t let that deter you from picking up this awesome read! The story itself loosely follows the original Alice in Wonderland. The same main characters are there, but now Alice is all grown up and the authors have taken the craziness of Wonderland to a whole new dimension. I loved the story. It puts a whole new spin on the Alice in Wonderland idea. It is very [...]


    25. I honestly don't know what to make of it.Lewis Carroll's original tale was something I grew up with and cherished, and to see it bastardized into 6 installments of confusing, bizarre and ultimately poor storytelling irked me. At the same time TITS! TITS EVERYWHERE! I'm pretty sure the artists and the writers, after hours and hours of brainstorming, decided that the best way to reinvigorate an already beloved story was to give it a boob job.I liked the art. It was inconsistent at times, but for t [...]


    26. Well that has got to be one of the more crazier graphic novels I have ever read.This was a real break from the norm for me being a mainly Marvel, DC or IDW reader but having seen them at a comic show and talking to the guy there they sounded interesting, so in for a penny as they say. I was not wrong, this is not Disney Alice, this is is probably the darkest thing I have yet read and it is awesome, the story is just nuts and brilliant and the art work is incredible. The way they have taken chara [...]


    27. This was definitely an interesting read. When I ordered "Alice in Wonderland" at the library, I wasn't intending to get this graphic novel, but another. I thought to myself, "Well, this isn't the 'Alice in Wonderland' I wanted to read (due to the promiscuous clothing Alice was wearing), but I'll give it a try." And guess what? It wasn't too bad. I thought the graphic novel was going to be a little perverted, but it turned out that Alice's attire was the only thing that even came close. The illus [...]


    28. I saw these graphic novels, liked the look of the art and synopsis and decided to give the few I could get a try. Despite the obvious scantily clad women there really isn't much I would consider inappropriate. Well, I mean I still wouldn't give this to children, but it's not as bad as I thought it might be. It isn't that lewd. Which is good. There are many other disturbing things that are much darker than anything else of Alice in Wonderland I've ever seen or read.This follows Alice's adventures [...]


    29. A grown up Alice in the same tiny costume.This was one of those books where I feel like I am judging it slightly unfairly as it takes place within a world created in other comics that I have not read. At the same time, I feel that while some of the fault is mine for judging part of a larger story, some of the fault goes to writing that doesn't fully flesh out its own story.Speaking of fleshere is a lot of fan service here, busty ladies with bursting cleavage, flashes of legs going all the way up [...]


    30. This is the tale of what REALLY happened down the rabbit hole. The artwork in this book is completely amazing!! Alice in Wonderland has always been (to me) a fairly creepy story and the art in this really brings that to light. I've never been more scared of the Cheshire Cat before - he's a seriously creepy cat!The story is similarly paced as other graphics I've read. Fast enough to keep you interested and, since this is technically a collection of several shorter stories, there's enough hooks to [...]


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