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Hatter M: The Looking Glass Wars #1

Writer: Frank Beddor, Liz Cavalier Artist: Ben Templesmith Publisher: Image Comics Critic Reviews: 5
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  • 9.0
    Comics Bulletin - Ariel Carmona Jr. Oct 30, 2005

    I would buy this book, and re-read it. The beautifully painted pages and the artwork by Templesmith and the artistic team is eye catching and bold, and the narrative by Frank Beddor which is only the beginning of the saga based on his book, especially the final battle with the books villain and his undead henchmen, is fantastic. I would recommend it to friends who are skeptical over the ability of comics to tell a pleasurable and meaningful story. Is there any better endorsement? Read Full Review

  • 9.0
    Comics Bulletin - Judson Miers Oct 30, 2005

    Critique: Actually, I really liked it! The premise is different enough to be interesting, the story is laid out well enough to be compelling, butthe artwork is sort of Jae Lee-ish mixed with Frank Miller. Im more into the more JRJR, Bagley, etc. style of artwork. Other than the artwork, I couldnt find one thing I would change! If youre been reading any of my reviews, you know thats high praise indeed Read Full Review

  • 7.0
    Comics Bulletin - Shaun Manning Oct 30, 2005

    A simple but amusing book, Hatter M: Looking Glass Wars should appeal to fans of all things Alice and devotees of Ben Templesmiths art. Read Full Review

  • 6.0
    Comics Bulletin - John Hays Oct 30, 2005

    So overall, I really like the concept, although I would like it to be a explained a bit more. Is Hatter staying in our world? Is the puddle going to take him back to Wonderland? Are we ever going to see what is going on with Alyss? Ill be very interested in seeing how this concept is received by the comic community. Read Full Review

  • 4.0
    Comics Bulletin - Kelvin Green Oct 30, 2005

    I fail to see how this is at all the ambitious and far-reaching project that the website arrogantly proclaims it to be; it seems rather more like a gratuitous exploitation of someone elses work for kewl effect. But worst of all, its just not a very good comic. Read Full Review

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