Hatter M: Volume One - The Looking Glass Wars
Put to rest any delusions or disinformation you have of the tea-guzzling madman of faux literary history and prepare to expand your consciousness as the saga of Hatter Madigan and his relentless search for the lost Princess of Wonderland unfolds in Volume 1 of the Hatter M graphic novel series!... show more
Put to rest any delusions or disinformation you have of the tea-guzzling madman of faux literary history and prepare to expand your consciousness as the saga of Hatter Madigan and his relentless search for the lost Princess of Wonderland unfolds in Volume 1 of the Hatter M graphic novel series! In Frank Beddor's bestselling The Looking Glass Wars, Royal Bodyguard Hatter Madigan was ordered by Queen Genevieve to take Princess Alyss and leave Wonderland after a bloody palace coup staged by the murderous Redd. But while escaping through the Pool of Tears (the portal connecting Wonderland to our world) crushing centrifugal force pulled them apart, and Alyss was lost. In this first volume of the geo-graphic parallel adventure trilogy, Hatter finds himself in Paris, France in the year 1859 shockingly separated from the child he had been sworn to protect. Hatter must now embark upon a non-stop quest, crisscrossing the globe for 13 years in search of his lost Princess.
Publish date: October 16th 2008
Publisher: Automatic Pictures Publishing
Pages no: 145
Edition language: English
, Young Adult
, Science Fiction Fantasy
, Science Fiction
, Fairy Tales
, Sequential Art
, Graphic Novels
, Graphic Novels Comics
Series: Hatter M (#1)
First off, the art is atrocious and, as we all know, that usually makes or breaks graphic novels. Secondly, I had a heck of a time trying to follow along with the story, especially in the beginning. There isn't a lot of dialogue and the story bounces around from person to person.Now maybe some of my...
This is a spin-off, graphic novel series based around the Looking Glass Wars trilogy by Frank Beddor. I loved his few pages of illustrations in the books, so I thought that a graphic novel would be the perfect follow-up to the series. I was also interested because Hatter was such an amazing characte...
Ben Templesmith's artwork is better than the dialogue. The story told is a very interesting concept. Taking Lewis Carroll's Through The Looking Glass to a whole new level.Where imagination is looked down upon, one man The Hatter, with sharp knives fights his way to the orphaned children could one of...
The pro is that it's chaotically drawn, but the con is that it's chaotically told. I was lost half the time, but didn't really care because of how dark the artwork was.
I love this YA series by Beddor and the graphic novel of the Mad Hatter's journey is FANTASTIC. Great visuals to go with compelling storytelling.