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Tattoo Tuesday- Alice in Wonderland

18 Jan

The time has come, the walrus said to feature Alice in Wonderland for Tattoo Tuesday! I absolutely adore everything Wonderland and read it about a elevendy thousand times. Alice needs no further introduction! There are a truckload of Alice tats out there so I tried to narrow it down to some unique takes on Wonderland and its inhabitants. (Can you tell I had a tough time narrowing it down?)

More Girl Gone Geek Alice in Wonderland Goodies:

Zombie Alice! (and other Undead Disney Characters)

Children’s Books Tattoo Tuesday

Alice in Wonderland Jewelry

American McGee’s Alice: Madness Returns

Alice Corset

I included all the information about the tattoo that was available. If you are interested in having me feature your geeky tattoo on a future Tattoo Tuesday feel free to email me at girlgonegeekblog[at]gmail.com.

Queen of Hearts (Via Bella Sugar)

(Via Bella Sugar)

Bridgette says: “I have a tattoo very closely based on the original rocking-horse fly illustration from Through the Looking Glass (1871), the sequel to Alice in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll. John Tenniel was the illustrator; these prints were made with woodblocks.” (via Contrairwise)

B says the tattoo was done by Edgar Sick Clown at Old London Road Studios in Kingston Upon Thames, London. (via Contrariwise)

The Tweedles (via Fun Gur Blog) Continue reading

Alice: Madness Returns

21 Jul

Ten years after the cult hit American McGee’s Alice , he returns with its sequel Alice: Madness Returns. I’m a huge Alice in Wonderland fan and so I’m really excited about this game. I never played the first Alice game by McGee (for the PC only) but hopefully I get a chance to before the new one comes out 2011. The sequel will also be released for the PC, Xbox 360, and PlayStation.

This isn’t your G-rated Alice. It’s bloody, macabre and twisted and I’m sure it will be full of gory greatness! The sequel takes place 10 years after the first game. Alice has been released from an insane asylum and is on a mission to discover the mystery behind her family’s death. McGee describes his version of Wonderland, “[I take] this colorful world and [reinvent] it with psychotic personalities and pervasive insanity.”

Hopefully this reinvention of Alice won’t let me down… My emotional scars are still healing after the last Alice disappointment

Check out some concept art below (and more on EA) and the teaser trailer, don’t blink or you’ll miss it!

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