Wonderland, Volume 1

  • Title: Wonderland, Volume 1
  • Author: Raven Gregory
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 222
  • Format: Paperback
  • Wonderland Volume Calie Liddle is BACK And the series that every Zenescope fan has been waiting for is finally here When Calie escaped from Wonderland she wanted to believe she was finally free from the realm of madnes
    Calie Liddle is BACK And the series that every Zenescope fan has been waiting for is finally here When Calie escaped from Wonderland she wanted to believe she was finally free from the realm of madness She wanted to believe she could live a normal life But she was wrong Now Calie and her daughter Violet are on the run from the realm of madness Meanwhile, a child retuCalie Liddle is BACK And the series that every Zenescope fan has been waiting for is finally here When Calie escaped from Wonderland she wanted to believe she was finally free from the realm of madness She wanted to believe she could live a normal life But she was wrong Now Calie and her daughter Violet are on the run from the realm of madness Meanwhile, a child returns from a carnival with a special hat that will mean murder and chaos for all those who cross his path The Wonderland ongoing series begins NOW

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    About Raven Gregory


    1. 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


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    1. Almost as good as the previous storiesWELCOME AGAIN TO THE BLOODY WONDERLAND!I think that it's the first time that I don't rate with 5 stars a TPB of Raven Gregory of his work about "Zenescope's Wonderland".Maybe the problem here is the intention of making the successful Wonderland storyline into an ongoing title.Before, Zenescope managed as mini-series, so each mini-series as a focused goal to tell, all part of a great big mystery behind the Liddle family.But, they closed the circle, but they f [...]

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    2. Our best selling comic in the company's history (as of Dec, 2012)

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    3. I received a free digital copy from Zenescope by requesting on netgalleyNow I love the original Alice in Wonderland story and how mad everything is. What I love even more is a modern retelling of our classical tales. The Mad Hatter is one of my favourite characters ever, and I love how he is portrayed in this book. The whole parallel story going one with the new queen of wonderland, the hatter's hat and the mother and daughter on the run keep the readers caught from the beginning. I loved how it [...]

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    4. Drawn like soft porn. Mildly interesting story. Lots of chaos to get through.

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    5. This is the first book in the ongoing series Wonderland but the second that I've read from this particular offshoot. I will start with the positives of why this gets a three star rating and that is the writing is actually a lot stronger than the Alice in Wonderland comic series and the characters aren't as flat. The mythology that they've developed around Wonderland is interesting but the real star of this particular volume is the Hatter, whom the writer does an excellent job of creating. Unfort [...]

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    6. I really enjoyed this book but it was obvious from the get-go that it was a sequel to another series as there were many references to what had happened previously. This book is about, I think!, Alice's daughter and her own daughter as they have escaped Wonderland but find themselves being pursued by a child who has gotten hold of the Mad Hatter's hat. I did enjoy this but this is not the place to start. There are other series entitled "Tales from W", "Escape from W.", "Alice in W", "Return to W" [...]

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    7. It's definitely what I've come to expect from Grimm Fairy Tales, though. Dark, twisted, and a lot of fun. The pace was gripping and kept me turning pages, and the art was good. The art isn't amazing, or innovative, but it does tell the story well. I loved the lettering for the queens, though. That was a terrific way of laying it out. White on red was difficult to read in places, though.Copy of this graphic novel was provided to me by NetGalley in return for an honest review.(More.)

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    8. I'm a huge fan of Alice in Wonderland and I love this retelling. I have read the first two issues of the newest mini series in Zenescope's Wonderland series, Wonderland Down the Rabbit Hole, luckily because it tells the origin of Calie and her family so I wasn't completely lost. Being the start of a new series it went by slow so that it could establish the story. I will definitely be reading the next book in the series, and buying the older story lines too!

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    9. For more of my reviews visit herebirchbarkreviews/Rating: 1 birch leaf out of 5Reccomends: AdultsThis was nothing like Alice in Wonderland. Everything was depraved and just an excuse to see hal naked women. The only thin remotely close to Alice was the names and even then I hadn't heard half of them that were mentioned in this. This was just made out of poor taste and riding on someone elses success.

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    10. 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

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    11. An interesting concept of Alice in Wonderland but not a great execution. The story moved too fast to care about any of the characters and it was so bizarre that the plot meant nothing. I found that the print was too difficult to read. I pushed through because I wanted to see where the story went but it fell short of my expectations.The art is great but very adult.

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    12. meh, not worth reading further at all

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