Wonderland: Clash of Queens
3 journalers for this copy...
I agree that the way the queens are drawn is distracting - not just the cleavage and costumes but the pin-up-girl poses; however, I'm fond of manga in which the bishonen are featured shirtless and in artsy poses, so I suppose I shouldn't complain about this version of fan service!
Since I hadn't read other works in the series I was surprised - and pleased - to see the Jabberwock, one of the most memorable characters from the original books. Indeed, the Tenniel illustrations used to scare me so much that I'd memorize the page and skip past it! (I've become fonder of the bizarre creature since then.)
I also liked the relationship between Diamond and Club, even though they had lots of issues to work through.
But overall, the relentless mayhem and the Trickster's manipulation rather wore me down...
[There's a TV Tropes page on the "Wonderland" series, of which this book is a subset.]
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