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Tommy Kovac and Sonny Liew present a different take on Alice's Wonderland with a story told from the . Sonny Liew's sketchy and colourful style work very well here. Wonderland is always changing, nothing is certain, just as implied by the sketchy hurried lines, spotted backgrounds.
Tommy Kovac and Sonny Liew present a different take on Alice's Wonderland with a story told from the point of Mary Ann, housemaid of White Rabbit. The adventure starts when Mary Ann goes on the run after hitting the Queen of Spades (accidentally) for dirtying her apron. There's also a certain manga element into Mary Ann's character, such as using multiple dots to simulate running and the nose-less portrait.
Wonderland Paperback – September 13, 2006. by Sonny Liew (illustrator) Tommy Kovac (writer) (Author). Although, it isn't a bad thing. Wonderland has been an entertaining read following the exploits of the little white rabbit as well as his maid/servant as they escape from punishment.
This new series by Tommy Kovac and Sonny Liew follows the adventure. Sonny Liew's gorgeous, right pencils are overlayed with delicate watercolour-style colouring, with just colours that are ever so slightly off hue, making for a delightful off beat reading. The title primarily concerns Mary Ann, the White Rabbit's maid who he mistook Alice for, who is about to experience the trouble that comes with being a girl creature with hair and a dress thing after a similar girl creature brings havoc to the land.
Author Tommy Kovac and Sonny Liew had an entirely new spin in mind when they produced six single-issue comics simply entitled Wonderland. I ask you this: Who is the one character in the original story that is alluded to and but never seen? If you’ll cast your mind back it will come to you. Mary Ann. The White Rabbit at one point mistakes Alice for his own maid. So without further ado Kovac and Liew decided to tell her story, now collected in a single handsome volume for public consumption.
Now, the amazingly talented Tommy Kovac and Sonny Liew answer that question in their beautifully executed comic book series, WONDERLAND, Readers experience Alice's fantastic world as they've never seen it before. Writer Tommy Kovac's Wonderland is missing Alice herself, but it's still populated by the other characters that make the world such a curiously exciting place.
Sonny Liew (Goodreads Author) (Illustrator).
Tommy Kovac and Sonny Liew's Wonderland is a gorgeously illustrated graphic novel that revisits the world Lewis Carroll created. But instead of Alice, the protagonist is Mary Ann, the housemaid the White Rabbit mistakes her for in the original book
Tommy Kovac and Sonny Liew's Wonderland is a gorgeously illustrated graphic novel that revisits the world Lewis Carroll created. But instead of Alice, the protagonist is Mary Ann, the housemaid the White Rabbit mistakes her for in the original book.
by Tommy Kovac and Sonny Liew. Among the numerous curiosities that have gone unexplained in the classic tale Alice in Wonderland, perhaps the most perplexing might be who, exactly, is the "Maryann" that the White Rabbit mistakes Alice for at the beginning of the story? Lewis Carroll first made us ponder this and, years later, Walt Disney again made viewers wonder who Maryann might be in his classic feature length film based on Carroll's book.
Sonny Liew at STGCC 2014. the pencilling/inking category for his work on SLG and Disney's Wonderland, written by Tommy Kovac. In 2011, he was nominated for an Eisner award in the pencilling/inking category for his work on SLG and Disney's Wonderland, written by Tommy Kovac. Other titles include Marvel Comics' Sense and Sensibility adaptation, First Second Books' "The Shadow Hero" with Gene Luen Yang, An origin story for the obscure Golden-Age comic book hero The Green Turtle, who is thought. to be the first Asian-American superhero and DC Comics' "Doctor Fate" with Paul Levitz.
Tommy Kovac's "Wonderland".
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