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Hatter M, Volume 1: The Looking Glass Wars By Frank Beddor Liz Cavalier Ben Templesmith Hatter M Volume 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 searc

  • Title: Hatter M, Volume 1: The Looking Glass Wars
  • Author: Frank Beddor Liz Cavalier Ben Templesmith
  • ISBN: 9780981873701
  • Page: 129
  • Format: Paperback
  • Hatter M, Volume 1: The Looking Glass Wars By Frank Beddor Liz Cavalier Ben Templesmith 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 on these pages.In Frank Beddor s The Looking Glass Wars, Royal Bodyguard Hatter Madigan was ordered by Queen Genevieve to take PrPut 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 on these pages.In Frank Beddor s 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 geographic parallel adventure, Hatter finds himself in Paris, France in the year 1859 shockingly separated from the child he had been sworn to protect.Unbeknownst to Hatter, Alyss had exited a puddle in London, England Lost and alone, she was befriended by an aspiring author to whom she told the surreal, violent, heartbreaking story of her young life only to see it published as the nonsensical children s fairytale Alice s Adventures in Wonderland But Carrol had got it all wrong.He even misspelled her name Alyss had trusted Lewis Carrol to tell the truth so that Hatter would find her and bring her home Instead, Hatter must endure a non stop quest, crisscrossing the globe for 13 years in search of the lost Princess While formidable with blades, a moment must be taken to introduce his s
    Hatter M, Volume 1: The Looking Glass Wars By Frank Beddor Liz Cavalier Ben Templesmith

    Frank Beddor Official Website Hatter M Volume in the Hatter M Graphic Novel Series Like a violent birth, Royal Bodyguard Hatter Madigan explodes through a puddle on the Champs Elyses from his world in the year , shockingly separated from the future Queen of Wonderland he had Hatter M, Volume The Looking Glass Wars by Frank Beddor Sep , Hatter M, Volume book Read reviews from the world s largest community for readers Put to rest any delusions or disinformation you have of the tea Hatter M, Vol The Looking Glass Wars Oct , In this first volume of the geo graphic parallel adventure trilogy, Hatter finds himself in Paris, France in the year shockingly separated from the child he had been sworn to protect Hatter must now embark upon a non stop quest, crisscrossing the Hatter M The Looking Glass Wars Volume Comic Vine Hatter M The Looking Glass Wars is the first volume of the Hatter M series written by Frank Beddor and Liz Cavalier based on the novel trilogy The Looking Glass Wars written by Frank Beddor which Hatter M Zen of Wonder Volume Comic Vine Hatter M Love of Wonder October Volume is drawn by artist Ben Templesmith while volumes are drawn by Sami Makkonen All volumes are co written by Liz Cavalier. Hatter M, Volume The Looking Glass Wars Download Free You can download Hatter M, Volume The Looking Glass Wars in pdf format Hatter M Volume One The Looking Glass book by Frank Oct , Buy a cheap copy of Hatter M Volume One The Looking Glass book by Frank Beddor 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 Free shipping over . Hatter M, Vol Mad with Wonder Oct , In Volume , Mad With Wonder, Hatter follows the Glow from London to the battlefields of America s Civil War in search of the Princess who must some day be Queen The America that Hatter encounters is a sprawling, wounded, Hatter M Book Series ThriftBooks The Hatter M book series by Frank Beddor Liz Cavalier includes books Hatter M Volume One The Looking Glass Wars, Hatter M Volume Two Mad With Wonder, Hatter M Volume Three The Nature of Wonder, and several See the complete Hatter M series book list in order, box sets or omnibus editions, and companion titles. The Looking Glass Wars In Volume , The Nature of Wonder, Royal Bodyguard Hatter Madigan follows the Glow of the setting sun into America s wild west in search of Wonderland s lost princess Hatter s adventures will include a shamanic vision quest in the Grand Canyon and tracking Black Imagination through San Francisco s Barbary Coast where he discovers an astounding clue to his own haunted past.

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    One thought on “Hatter M, Volume 1: The Looking Glass Wars

    1. StoryTellerShannon on said:

      Off to a good start Almost a four star but not quite Promises to unlock some new venues for the Wonderland Mythos.The artwork will be hit or miss for some people The latter group will feel lost if they don t stick with it OVERALL GRADE B to B plus.

    2. Bry on said:

      This is supposed to be a telling of Hatter M s adventures during all of those years he was searching for Princess Alyss in the real world The idea is that it is pieced together from his own journals left behind in our world along with random ephemera concerning him like old newspaper articles and what not.The art in this book was what I found most lacking The dialog ran like a manga It was sparse and tried to allow the images to speak instead The only problem was that the art was so ephemeral it [...]

    3. Francisco Gama on said:

      La historia cambia completamente la perspectiva que ten amos de lo que Lewis Carroll autor de Alicia en el pa s de las maravillas nos cuenta sobre esta chica Nos dice que hasta en el nombre se equivoc , siendo en realidad, Alyss, heredera al trono en Marvilia que tras la guerra que empieza su t a, Roja, tiene que huir por la orden de la Reina, junto con un guardia real, Sorber Logan Pero cuando creen escapar, se ven separados y Sober se mete en un aprieto pues pierde a la ni a y va a parar al Pa [...]

    4. Suj on said:

      Adds nothing whatsoever to the overall story I am starting to feel that the author and his gang are just milking the success of the 1st book for all its worth.

    5. Kendrawesome on said:

      Well, the premise is interesting enough, but the executionIt s a fairly jumbled mess perhaps if I d read Beddor s Wonderland series of books, I d know what was going on or at least get out of it I did love having the Mad Hatter as a knight with a deadly hat like a cooler version of Oddjob , but the story jumped so quickly and was rather disjointed, so I felt like it was a bit of a waste Templesmith s art also felt a bit wasted, since it was so overdone with the Photoshopping it was disappointin [...]

    6. Lauren Stoolfire on said:

      I was looking forward to this retelling of Alice in Wonderland It sounds like it had a good deal of potential, but it doesn t live up to it in my opinion The plot is decent but vague and not detailed enough The character development and world building was quite sparse for a fantasy story that s dependent on those to really be successful I expect the art here would be really hit or miss with people I m in the miss category I just couldn t get behind the visual representation of the world presente [...]

    7. Lanica on said:

      The original books were a good read, although the first novel was better than the second, which was a lot better than the third I enjoyed the series as a whole and found the character of Hatter Madigan simply wonderful I am a fan of the medium of graphic novels, and looked forward to these with great anticipation because they were written by the original author, not another person s imagining of someone else character Unfortunately, I was disappointed with both the story and, even so, the art A [...]

    8. David Edmonds on said:

      The Hatter M graphic novels are described as Geo Graphic Novels, detailing and mapping the adventures of Royal Bodyguard Hatter Madigan in his search for the missing Princess Alyss of Wonderland after they were separated after jumping into the Pool of Tears to escape Redd s assassin, The Cat The interesting thing about this first graphic novel is it runs parallel to what happens in The Looking Glass Wars the first part of the trilogy of the same name and fills in some of the gaps of what happene [...]

    9. Kate on said:

      I wasn t a few pages in before I realized that this was the same artist that did 30 Days of Night It s a very unique style and it worked for this story There were quite a few artistic tricks that really brought an element to the story that might not have been used in the novel format I can t help but compare this to another graphic novel based on a book I just read, Neverwhere That story was so complex that it was difficult to follow as a graphic novel, and the artwork did not seem to add anythi [...]

    10. Tina Rae on said:

      So I ve never really been one to read graphic novels Mostly because I m fond of words on a page and the poetry that comes from them than pictures with a few words here and there At least, that s always been my opinion of graphic novels But this one wow It definitely changed my opinion altogether.I think the main reason I enjoyed this so much is because I felt the book did a bit of skipping over the 13 years in our world I really felt that I missed something there And to go into it here, I reall [...]

    11. Paul on said:

      2010.1022 2010.1024I came into this books with high hopes and was sadly disappointed Templesmith s art is reminiscent of McKean in Arkham Asylum but fails in its execution I think Hatter was striving for a dream like state, like Asylum, but the art feels unfinished and choppy, too hard to follow what is going on and it kills the narrative structure Beddor relied too much on The Looking Glass Wars Novel for plot the same pit fall Furth encountered in the Dark Tower Wizard in Glass Graphic novel I [...]

    12. April Helms on said:

      I had really been looking forward to this graphic novel spinoff of Looking Glass Wars and Seeing Redd which are excellent alternate fantasies to Alice in Wonderland This was a bit disappointing There were some bright spots of dry humor with Hatter M, one of the neatest characters Beddor created But the comic is not that well drawn, and it s too monochrome The story itself was a bit choppy.

    13. Cristi-Lael on said:

      After finishing and really enjoying the first book in The Looking Glass trilogy, I had high hopes that this graphic novel series would fill in some of the holes and give depth to the world However, I found that the art and dialogue just frustrated me I won t be finishing this series, but I am looking forward to the second Looking Glass Wars book.

    14. Lora on said:

      This was disappointing I was really excited to hear about this graphic novel because I love the original Looking Glass Wars so much However, this book was crazy Ben Templesmith did the art, and I loved it, but that s about it I liked the character of Hatter, but the story was strange When vampires were introduced I was UPSET There are no vampires in the Wonderland stories

    15. Jennifer A.M. on said:

      This is a very well illustrated graphic novel However I feel it is of a companion piece than a stand alone Although I knew the gist of the story some of the elements and characters were unclear in this graphic novel I think this piece would be better if you read it after you read the regular novel.

    16. Trevor on said:

      At times, I felt like I missed something, or didn t know what was going on But instead of frustrating me, it makes me want to go get Beddor s first Looking Glass Wars book Plus, anything that Ben Templesmith touches is going to be fun to look at, so at least check out the art in this book

    17. Lucy on said:

      This is really hard to rate 3.5, 3.75, maybe Certainly interesting but not mindblowing, and the art style isodd But I love The Looking Glass Wars and will definitely be picking the rest of this series up at some point.

    18. Beth on said:

      Disappointing There is little to no dialog that is awkward to read Plus the character came off completely different from the book series Great artwork but felt too disconnected from the original story.

    19. Megan (ReadingRover) on said:

      I was really disappointed with this graphic novel I read the first Looking Glass Wars and I really liked it but this fell flat The art wasn t that amazing and the overall book was pretty boring I don t think I ll be reading the rest of this series I d rather read the actual books.

    20. Darnell on said:

      Odd, both structurally and tonally Perhaps I d appreciate it better if I was already a fan of the original novel series

    21. Dylan Lawrence on said:

      I really liked the book It had lots of great detail in the book The thing I liked about it so much much is it kept me interested the hole time i was reading it I read it almost everyday Some things I didn t like was the wording It had lots of old fashion wording where they would leave out some words Other than that it was vary good I like how the man hatter was trying to save the girl the hole time It made a vary big impact on the story with others trying to drain her so she wouldn t remember an [...]

    22. Ritz ☾ on said:

      Art is highly stylized and will likely be a hit or miss for some people I tried to appreciate it for what it was, but overall it s unappealing There s some attempt at symbolism and greater depth with the art, but there s a huge disconnect between the text, plot, and art itself If you haven t read the source material you d have very little idea as to what s going on or the point of it.Does the plot of the graphic novel add anything to it No Does this really surprise me, given how lacking the orig [...]

    23. Jonathon Jones on said:

      The writing style here is much too expository for me I don t need the reporter s motivations explained again or have her explain the scene that just occurred each time I also can t tell what in the world is supposed to be happening with the hatter s knives I think I m just not into Templesmith s art style And again, it over explains instead of drawing a character grabbing a hat in a way you can tell what is happening, he writes grabs in the middle of the frame.

    24. Violet Patterson on said:

      Incredible artwork brings the characters from Beddor s Wonderland to life.

    25. Julie Hayes on said:

      Hatter Madigan is the Royal Bodyguard for Queen Genevieve When the kingdom of Wonderland is attacked by forces under the control of the queen s vile sister, Hatter wishes to take both Genevieve and her daughter Alyss and flee, but the queen will not have that She begs him to take Alyss to safety, and there to keep her from harm until it is safe for her to return Against his better judgment, Hatter does just that Unfortunately, he didn t expect to be separated from Alyss, nor to begin a 13 year q [...]

    26. Amanda Akerman on said:

      Quite an interesting take on the old Alice in Wonderland tale My only issue is that the art style sort of detracts from the story On its own, I love the art As a storytelling device I feel it s hard to follow.

    27. Donna on said:

      How did we end up here I loved THE LOOKING GLASS WARS so I much and because Hatter was quite possibly my favorite character in the whole series I just HAD to add his comics to my Want list Lucky for me my secret Santa got me the first volume this past Christmas and I couldn t keep myself from it any longer.Okay, book You ve got 50 pages Go Fifty pages is nearly half the book since it s a comic graphic novel, whatever but they were a good fifty pages, telling the engaging story of how Hatter lost [...]

    28. Icats on said:

      I had just finished reading Alice and Wonderland when I saw this book, Hatter M The Looking Glass Wars Volume One in the Graphic Novel Reporter newsletter I was intrigued on what twist they would do on the original story and from the cover it also looked like great eye candy.The premise for the story is great In this version we have Hatter Madigan, who is a loyal bodyguard to Queen Genevieve the White Queen and one of the fierce blades men of the Royal Wonderland Millinery He wears a magical hat [...]

    29. Karissa on said:

      I read Beddor s Looking Glass War series and enjoyed it but I wanted to know about Hatter M I was excited to see that this graphic novel was supposed to cover just thatHatter M s backstory Unfortunately the artwork was vague and hard to follow and the story itself didn t add nearly as much as I had hoped.This graphic novel starts the story of Hatter M s years searching our world for Alyss In this novel he finds a girl he thinks is Alyss and tries to save her from an evil Countess who is set on [...]

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