Fans of comics from the 1950s might appreciate the Betty and Veronica Digest, No. 195 (June 2009), which leads with “Betty in Wonderland” (pp. 1-21). Betty is babysitting for the Anderson kids, who beg her to read Alice in Wonderland every night. This time she changes the story a little. Betty (Alice) chases Archie down [...]
Given the opportunity, what question would you ask Mr. Tim Burton about his upcoming movie Alice in Wonderland?
(Let me just say that this is not a spurious question…)
Announced at least a year ago, Syfy has finally started releasing pictures and press information for its four-hour miniseries Alice, slated for December of this year.
“…writer/director Nick Willing has created the modern-day story of Alice Hamilton (Caterina Scorsone), a fiercely independent twenty-something who suddenly finds herself on the other side of a looking glass. [...]
Once again I am reminded that Portland is just too cool for words. Then again, what do you expect of a city where the major tourist attraction is a bookstore?The 6th Annual Dark Alice in Wonderland Ball (click on ‘Special Events’) will be held at the Bossanova in Portland, OR on Friday, September 18th at [...]
Many musical works have been inspired by Lewis Carroll’s Alice books, and even by The Hunting of the Snark, but I can’t think of anything other than academic books that have been inspired by his letters. Fortunately, Free Music Archive fills this void by making available Igor Ballereau’s “Lettres à des amies-enfants”, five songs for [...]
Everyone is getting into the “Alice next March” act… Somerset Studio paper-crafting magazine has a call for Alice in Wonderland-themed submissions: “Get inspired by the madcap adventures of little Alice. And feel free to interpret Alice through Tim Burton’s eyes, as we anticipate his long-awaited film that honors this timeless tale by Lewis Carroll. Send [...]