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  • Paperback
  • 128 pages
  • Snarked Vol.1
  • Roger Langridge
  • English
  • 04 June 2018
  • 9781608860951

Snarked Vol.1 You Were Amazed By His Harvey Award Winning Run On THE MUPPET SHOW You Thrilled To His Run On THOR THE MIGHTY AVENGER Now The Next Great Roger Langridge Graphic Novel Series Begins As He Brings Lewis Carroll S Imaginative World To New Heights In A Side Splitting Adventure That Can Only Be Explained AsSNARKED Presenting A Fresh And Incredibly Modern Langridge Spin On An Already Warped Classic, SNARKED Starts Here In An Epic Adventure Featuring The Red Queen S Children, Princess Scarlett And Her Baby Brother Rusty, As They Set Out In Search Of The Missing Red King And Who Better To Help Guide The Way Than The Walrus And The Carpenter From THROUGH THE LOOKING GLASS That S Right, The Same Walrus That Inspired The Beatles Song I Am The Walrus Is Now In Roger Langridge S Merry, Mad Hands For New All Ages Adventures At KABOOM


About the Author: Roger Langridge

Roger Langridge has been producing comics for over twenty years Most recently, he has attracted critical attention for his work on the Harvey Award winning Muppet Show Comic Book Boom Studios and Thor The Mighty Avenger Marvel Comics other works of note include Marvel s Fin Fang Four, Fantagraphics Zoot and Art d Ecco in collaboration with his brother Andrew , and the NCS, Ignatz, Eisne


10 thoughts on “Snarked Vol.1

  1. says:

    I m pretty sure that my problem with this book is idiosyncratic I don t like the Walrus and the Carpenter in Alice and mainly deal with them by reminding myself that they won t be around long There s no way to read this book...

  2. says:

    3.5 Enjoyably silly kids fantasy The king has disappeared on a sea voyage Eight year old Princess Scarlett is now queen, but the royal advisers want her out of the way so they can put her infant brother on the throne and, as his regents, take over Scarlett and her brother wind up browbeating J Wilburforce Walrus a riff on Popeye s Wimpy, I suspect and his dimwitted carpenter sidekick into protecting them and setting out on a quest to find the king.Light, silly, fun When I was a pre teen I ...

  3. says:

    Not for me Moving on.

  4. says:

    The kingdom is in trouble The king has been missing for three months People are getting restless and the king s trusted advisers have turned out to be scheming villains When Scarlett discovers their evil plot, she decides to take matters into her own hands and lead a rescue party to find her father the king But the only men she can find to help are the Walrus and the Carpenter, the infamous tricksters who lured unsuspecting young oysters onto their dinner plates Will the young queen, two con artists, and her baby brother Rusty be able to survive mad pirates, evil assassins, and a dreaded snark to save the king Reading these comics filled me with laughter and a light hearted sense of adventure They are just plain fun The nonsense world of Lewis Carroll is expanded in a most delightful way by Langridge He takes up all the portmanteaus and fantastic scenarios and blends them seamlessly while creating something quite new I reveled in all the Caroll references and had fun spotting them I enjoyed seeing the new directions Langridge took the characters while retaining the flair that made them so endearing to begin with The verse narration peppered throughout kept the material closely tied to the nonsense poems it is based on...

  5. says:

    Audience ages 8 and upWilburforce J Walrus and Clyde McDunk want nothing than to swindle and scam their way through life However, when the king is pronounced lost at sea young Princess Scarlett and Prince Russell become targets for the evil royal advisers and Walrus and McDunk find themselves harboring the noble children The unlikely foursome embark on a madcap adventure in an effort to steal a map and board a boat to set off in search of the missing King.An entertaining expansion of The Walrus and The Carpenter by Lewis Carroll, Langridge s tale maintains C...

  6. says:

    As someone who loves Wonderland and who wishes there were decent, all ages comics, Roger Langridge is my new hero.In a Kingdom similar to Wonderland, but not quite, the King has gone missing and the only ones that can save the land from an evil conspiracy are his children.Unfortunately, they are an eight year old girl and her toddler brother and ...

  7. says:

    I had high hopes for this one but found myself a bit confused Perhaps it requires a recent re reading of the Wonderland books for the jokes to make sense I did find the story entertaining and wanted to see what happens to Scarlett and Rusty but I wasn t so keen on the Walrus and the Carpenter I wasn t a hu...

  8. says:

    Normally I read superhero comics, but this is different Thanks to this gift from my friend Brad, I got to try out this cartoony funny book But it s not just for the kiddies Snarked has a well developed cast of characters and an ongoing story arc Also there s a plethora of references to Lewis Carroll material, which clearly gave Roger Langridge lots of inspiration The Walrus character reminds me a bit of Wimpy from Popeye, but...

  9. says:

    Delightful I love finding all ages books to read and recommend This one has a nod to Jan Svankmajer It thankfully doesn t lean heavily on the Alice story, but it does take the spirit of the walrus carpenter characters along...

  10. says:

    In this compilation of the first what, two three issues of a comic fierce 8 year old Princess Scarlett enlists the Walrus and the Carpenter here a W.C Fields type con walrus and his notably dimwitted human sidekick to help her sail o...

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