The Adventures of Alice

 ADOH   (Pentagon, 1945-1946)

™ and © 1946 Pentagon Publishing

This 1940s series takes the title character from “Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland” and transports her into a simple tale with the same basic premise as its literary forebear. Typical of the series is issue #3's tale which revolves around the young Alice falling asleep and dreaming that she has been transported to a magical group of islands at war with each other. Freeing the cursed Prince from an evil King’s wizard, Alice, her newfound friend and the bizarre talking animals of the islands revolt against the wicked regime. Filled with talking elephants, evil monkeys (of course), and little American Indian boys (reminiscent of Peter Pan’s Lost Boys) this is a typical book of its time – a quick story with simple art on cheap paper intended to capitalize of the popularity of the novel it has nothing to do with.

— Ryan Jackson

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#1

 
  $0.10
  $40.00
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ca. 1945Lewis Carroll, Serge S. SabarskyGeorge O. Muhlfield

#2

 
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  $28.00
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ca. 1945Lewis Carroll, Serge S. Sabarsky, Fred BordesGeorge O. Muhlfield

#3

  1/1/1946
  $0.10
  $28.00
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 Serge S. SabarskyGeorge O. Muhlfield