WRITTEN BY LEWIS CARROLL TWISTED BY EDUARDO RAMIREZ
Esteemed unsuspecting reader, if you are looking forward to reading “Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland” as originally written by Lewis Carroll please close this book and search elsewhere. The book you now hold in your hands is ”Alice’s Epic Adventures in Wonderland”, a violent and twisted version of Mr. Carroll’s story. It holds true to naught but very essential elements of the original tale whereas the plot, characters and dialogues have been drastically warped to fit this version’s nature. If perchance you are looking forward to reading a thrilling graphic novel or a different take on the Disney themed original then go ahead and read on. Hopefully this forewarning has opened your eyes to the blasphemies that you will encounter inside, the suffering you will endure if you hold dear to the original and dare not see it thrashed or the joys you shall experience if you dare explore my epic interpretation of this tale.
Acknowledments To Lewis Carroll for coming up with such a fantastic story. To the illustration team at Capcom for their Soul Calibur characters. To Karla Despradel for her help as a model. To Marco de la Cruz for help with the Catâ€™s illustration. Special thanks to all.
“The trust of the innocent is the liar’s most useful tool.” -Stephen King, Needful things.
Young Alice was a very curious girl who led an ordinary life in a town called Ordnance. One day Alice was sitting by the bank, sharpening her sword. Considering in her own mind whether the pleasure of skinning the elk she just killed would be worth the trouble of getting up, when suddenly a White Rabbit with a rat’s tail bumped into her. Alice was more startled by the impact than by the fact that she was in the presence of a small monster. “I’ve got it now!” cried the Rabbit. Shocked, Alice quickly started to her feet, sword in hand, for it flashed across her mind that she had just been
robbed. She ran across
the field after the thief, and fortunately was just in time to see it pop down a large rabbit-hole under a tree. Alice hesitated before the hole, it was large enough for her to fit, and angered as she was she crawled in to pursue the white thief. She could hear his hasty footsteps ahead so she sped up. The rabbit-hole went straight on like a tunnel for some way, and then dipped suddenly down, so suddenly that Alice had not a moment to think about stopping herself before she found herself running through a very large and strange stairwell.
twisted and turned
The stairwell all over and Alice had no idea how large was the room she was in. The rabbit still was a fair distance ahead and held a dangerous advantage. The steps only became visible after the monster jumped by them, leaving the girl to strictly follow the course it chose. Her rage nonetheless boost her speed significantly.
haste, the thief fled.
With a sudden burst of energy Alice dropped her sword and by the tail. shield and The rabbit squealed “Let go of me!” and Alice replied a very scorned “Give it back! Give me back what you stole!”. if you don’t give me back what you took!” But the rabbit only kept trying to break free. He suddenly scratched Alice’s hand and Yet her grip did not falther. Alice stood up and caught the rabbit by the waist and started shaking him “You’ll rue the day you crossed me” said Alice coldly.
caught the white rabbit
“I’ll murder you, you little freak made her bleed.
die! Alice had the thief in her hands and was squeezing the life out of him. The rabbit thrashed and kicked until, in his death throes, it was suddenly able to strike the girl back...
! h a a a
The rabbit violently lashed at Aliceâ€™s eye with his tail.
The rabbit disappeared behind a Alice, now even angrier got up and chased after the thief. She no longer cared what it was he stole in the first place. He had destroyed her face and left her suffering and half blind.
He would pay.
Unable to open the door, Alice backtracked and went for her She came running back to the door and stabbed it above the knob in an attempt to break in. To her disgusted surprise it burst into an explosion of
Alice tried to hold onto something but nothing was at hand. The flow of blood from the door She found herself wadding and rolling in a torrent of blood deeper down the tunnel.
have an end.
did not seem to
The tunnel got narrower and narrower and started twisting and turning. To Aliceâ€™s dismay it started looking more and She resigned herself to letting more the current carry her since she had no way of fighting it and nowhere to go if she ever got a grip.
like a sewer.
“Fair words may conceal a foul heart.” -J. R. R. Tolkien, The Lord of the Rings
Alice finally washed out of the sewer and gathered herself. She was in a rural environment that was clearly not the forrest outside of Ordnance. As she tried to get up â€œMy, my, what pretty face I see. Oh for seeing I face I have never seen before.â€? Alice looked up and saw a purple More cat than man and a smug smile she could not get through. Alice nervously grabbed her sword which washed next to her in the last remnants of the blood river.
voice surprised her from above.
Something was off about this cat.
Published on Jan 19, 2010
My personal twisted version of the ageless children's classic in the form of a virtual experimental book. It is incomplete as of yet.