American McGee’s Alice is easily one of my favorite twisted re-imaginings of classic literature, so when I saw there was a Kickstarter for Alice short films, I pitched in without a second thought. However, even with my nostalgia turned up high, the final products are a mixed bag to say the least.
Love the stylish look of iOS game Monument Valley? The artist and designer is Ken Wong, who previously worked on Alice: Madness Returns. Enjoy more video game art by him below, including posters you can buy now, and his takes on the Link and Morrigan:
OZombie—American McGee's zombie take on the Oz stories—has been taken off of Kickstarter so its studio, Spicy Horse, can focus on securing the film rights to the Alice series McGee created.
Surreal stages, events, or gameplay that somehow just don't fit have always been present, and even expected. Their crazy graphics, weird aesthetics and ideas make sure that we have absolutely no idea what's going on. But they have their charm, they are funny, or they're simply part of the experience—and so we love…
Coming to comic shops and specialty retailers near you, these Gentle Giant sculpted action figures give Alice: Madness Returns a chance to play with the darker side of Lewis Carroll's creations.
Reader Gray, with a little help from actress Jennymarie Jemison and Zane Rutledge, one of the original Alice's CG artists, has sent us two clips fans of American McGee's and EA's series might be interested in.
Spicy Horse's long-in-the-waiting sequel to 2000's American McGee's Alice looks lovelier than ever in a quintet of new images released by Electronic Arts today. See the intricate detail of Alice's vorpal blade and pepper mill-on-evil teapot action in the gallery above.
The Alice games, based on a twisted interpretation of Lewis Carroll's classic tale, are normally bleak affairs, full of black skies and fireballs. So what the hell is up with all this blue sky?
A book of the collected artwork from Alice: Madness Returns will be published by Darkhorse Publishing. That's news to fans of the 2000 cult classic; what's news to all of us is the book's May 11 release date.
During the last decade, American McGee's Alice was picked up by then Disney-owned studio Miramax to be turned into a feature film. The movie didn't happen. Tim Burton, however, did make a version of Alice in Wonderland.
Tim Burton once again treads on sacred fantasy ground in Alice in Wonderland, a twisted take on Lewis Carroll's classic novels. How far down the rabbit hole does Burton go?
It's hard not to get excited about the return of American McGee's Alice.
Deadly jumping jacks, a vivisected dormouse, and a suicidal Alice were the products of famed designer American McGee's first trip through the looking glass. There's no telling where his second will take us.