Alice in the Country of Clover: Bloody Twins

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The fantasic sequel to New York Times bestselling manga Alice in the Country of Hearts

Tweedle Dee and Tweedle Dum are the "Bloody Twins", amorous and affable killers who are able to transform themselves into adorable children or suavely handsome adults. As the gatekeepers to the Hatter Mansion, they tried to kill Alice once. Now they are hopelessly in love with her. Will either Dee or Dum win Alice?s affections, and more importantly...will she...

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Overview

The fantasic sequel to New York Times bestselling manga Alice in the Country of Hearts

Tweedle Dee and Tweedle Dum are the "Bloody Twins", amorous and affable killers who are able to transform themselves into adorable children or suavely handsome adults. As the gatekeepers to the Hatter Mansion, they tried to kill Alice once. Now they are hopelessly in love with her. Will either Dee or Dum win Alice’s affections, and more importantly...will she survive their screwball courtship?

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QuinRose's manga Alice in the Country of Hearts delighted readers with its sexy, hip retake on Alice in Wonderland. Now, in this standalone sequel, this wide-eyed little girl forms a complicated friendship with Tweedle Dee and Tweedle Dum, a vacillating pair of bipolar killers who can't make up their minds whether they love Alice—or want to kill her. Not even Lewis Carroll imagined a rabbit hole this deep. Editor's recommendation.

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Praise for Alice in the Country of Hearts:

 

"It may be impossible to beat Lewis Carroll at his own game, but as Alice in the Country of Hearts shows, there are still ways to succeed."ANIME NEWS NETWORK

"Nicely done art and hunky hunks make Alice in the Country of Hearts eye candy for shojo manga fans."ABOUT.COM

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781935934905
  • Publisher: Seven Seas Entertainment LLC
  • Publication date: 6/5/2012
  • Edition description: First Edition
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 192
  • Sales rank: 216,631
  • Product dimensions: 5.92 (w) x 8.08 (h) x 0.61 (d)

Meet the Author

QuinRose is a Japanese game developer who created the Alice franchise of video games, which spun-off into novels, manga, and an anime feature film.

Mamenosuke Fujimaru is a Japanese manga artist best known for his work on Alice in the Country of Clover.

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  • Posted March 26, 2014

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    This volume had several really fun chapters and I love seeing al

    This volume had several really fun chapters and I love seeing all the different relationships between Alice and all the other characters as well as learning more about all the different characters.

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  • Posted August 21, 2013

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    Double the trouble, Double the fun! I loved the twins they are

    Double the trouble, Double the fun!

    I loved the twins they are so much fun to be around and their older selves are very sexy. I only wish their story was longer than a one shot. I think my favorite part about this manga though is getting to see a bit more of Alice's personality with in each book. Even as short as this volume is you always see a some growth in Alice from the beginning of the book to the ending. She deals with a lot of new emotions that many of us has gone through at one point or another which makes her seem more real to me. I also like that her reactions are a believable and she doesn't just go along with whatever is going on. She has strong emotions and she is not afraid to show it.

    Despite this being based on an otome game Alice doesn't let any of the characters push her around like many otome heroines do. She has a backbone which is nice to see.

    The Twins are so funny I liked them the best so far because they always put a smile on Alice's face. Most of the time they are just carefree and easy going, but they are great friends and fiercely loyal once they get attached to someone.

    A great volume to start off a new series of Alice in the Country of Clover!

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  • Posted August 6, 2012

    This manga is a spinoff of ‘Alice in the Country of Hearts

    This manga is a spinoff of ‘Alice in the Country of Hearts’ and based on the Japanese dating game ‘Alice in the Country of Clover’. It’s funny and cute with a bit of sexual innuendos mixed in, a wonderful spin on the Alice in Wonderland story. I would recommend this manga for fans of Shojo, fans of the original series and fans of Alice/Dee & Dum.

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  • Posted June 18, 2012

    Great. Interesting story. Uniquely Mischievous Characters. Will

    Great. Interesting story. Uniquely Mischievous Characters. Will continue to read it over and over and over again. Without spoiling it to those who have yet to read it. It's a comically yet thrilling twist to the classical story of Alice in Wonderland.

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