Alice in the Country of Hearts, Vol. 02
Kidnapped by a handsome man with rabbit ears, Alice Liddell finds herself abandoned in an odd place called Wonderland and thrust into a "game," the rules of which she has yet to learn. Alice, ever the plucky tomboy, sets off to explore and get the lay of this strange land, intent on finding her... show more
Kidnapped by a handsome man with rabbit ears, Alice Liddell finds herself abandoned in an odd place called Wonderland and thrust into a "game," the rules of which she has yet to learn. Alice, ever the plucky tomboy, sets off to explore and get the lay of this strange land, intent on finding her rude kidnapper and giving him a piece of her mind (and her fist). But little does she know that she's wandered right into the middle of a dangerous power struggle involving just about all of Wonderland's attractive, weapon-happy denizens. And the only way for Alice to return home is to get acquainted with the lot of them?! How in the world will she manage that and still manage to stay alive?!
Publish date: March 2nd 2010
Pages no: 192
Edition language: English
, Young Adult
, Media Tie In
, Sequential Art
, Graphic Novels
, Comics Manga
Series: Alice in the Country of Hearts (#1)
This volume was a bit more disjointed than the previous ones - still good, but maybe a bit rushed? I don't know. It also seemed to neglect some of the characters - Julius, Boris, the twins, and Elliot in particular. I think this manga always neglects Julius too much, though..... [spoiler] I liked ...
I think this series is getting much better as it goes on - not only is there up to a 50% chance of actually seeing eyes on the characters' faces (an improvement over the 20% that I noticed in the first couple volumes), but there's more interesting stuff going on now, too. It used to be just people f...
I still love the characters. Julius is amazing. Blood is amazing. Elliot and Ace are great. Alice isn't bad. I hate Peter and the rest of them are throwaways, but hey, you can't have everything.My problem is that the plot continues the repetitive formula. Alice starts at Point A, and moves to Point ...
I did actually like this, although most of it drove me insane. Alice was okay, at least she wasn't a cardboard cutout like the Disney version of the character that she resembles. She actually yells at people and, from time to time, tries to do something good. Don't misunderstand, she's still complet...