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Alice?

Alice 1

アリス, Arisu

Titles

89th Alice of Wonderland

The White Queen

Personal Information

Gender

Male

Age

19 years old

Height

172 cm

Hair

Blond

Eyes

Blue

Status

Alive

Nationality

Wonderland
Looking-Glass Land

Occupation

Queen of Looking-Glass Land

Debut

Manga

Chapter 1

Voice Actor

Drama CD

Takahiro Sakurai

Relationships

"Older sister"

Alice Liddell

Partner

Mad Hatter (Wonderland)

Bodyguard

White Knight (Looking-Glass Land)

Alice of Wonderland

Predecessor

The 88th Alice

Alice? (アリス, Arisu) is a mysterious young man who is presumed to willingly arrive in Wonderland. He was given the title of "Alice" after being named the 89th Alice of Wonderland by the Queen of Hearts and thereby joined the game of killing the White Rabbit in which he is assisted by the Mad Hatter. He is assumed to be the "younger brother" of Alice Liddell.

BackgroundEdit

Alice is presumed to be the "younger brother" of Alice Liddell with whom he shares name with. It is said that he was unborn who died together with their mother, dying of an illness. After this incident, her younger brother (who existed only on paper by Lewis Carroll) was picked out of the waste bin by Dinah, Alice Liddell's pet cat who used to listen to her stories, and was eventually able to save him. Unfortunately, because of Carroll's destruction of the boy, the younger brother had an inhuman appearance. Hence, Dinah traveled to various worlds to locate different body parts in rebuilding the younger brother. The younger brother finally came to life by the time that 88 Alices were discarded. This younger brother was inadvertently named "Alice" by the Cheshire Cat during his arrival in Wonderland, answering the latter that his name is probably Alice. However, after several turns of events, he later accepted his role as Alice.

It is never really explained how Alice arrived in Wonderland, but it can be seen from the cover of the first chapter of the manga; he fell down the rabbit-hole as how "Alice" should have been. However, in the drama CD, it is revealed that a door allows anyone to enter Wonderland, similar to what Alice came across after falling down the rabbit-hole. Alice himself has forgotten exactly what he came for in Wonderland, but his hopes are towards finding out who he really is.

As the 89th candidate as Alice of Wonderland, Alice has been welcomed by different characters as such. Initially, he wanted to reject this, but he decided to participate in the game provided that he must be rewarded once he is able to finish the game. Some characters believe in him to be able to complete the game, especially the Duchess, though a lot also despise him for being the 89th candidate for many particular reasons.

When first met by the White Knight, Alice decided to go with him to meet the "Queen", whom he presumed as the Queen of Hearts. However, the White Knight then kneels before him, welcoming Alice as Queen. With this, Alice stutters how this happened since he is already "Alice", but the White Knight explained that he is only a candidate for becoming the next Queen. To become Queen of Looking-Glass Land, he has to meet certain requirements to prove he is suitable to perform his job as adviser to the people of the country. Despite being only a candidate, Alice is treated well, as seen when the White Knight answers him completely and clearly, and also serves him tea instead of making himself his own. However, he can also be treated unfairly such as being pointed with a gun by the White Knight. Later, Alice apparently accepted the title and became the Queen of Looking-Glass Land.

NameEdit

Alice has his name officially published in every official character profiles with a question mark after it, indicating the uncertainty of the name "Alice" as his real name. This can also be interpreted as his current status, the 89th candidate of "Alice of Wonderland", thus making him not yet being the real "Alice." His position as a candidate is also questionable, as it was not the White Rabbit who gave him his new role. It is also said that he is the first male candidate of "Alice".

The very first sentence of the manga, which resurfaces later on, is "My name... What is it?", which could mean that Alice was unsure about his name himself. It also implies that he does not remember his earlier name or past at all. Upon his arrival in Wonderland, Alice initially denied his name being "Alice," even saying that his name was probably Alice. Even still, he reacted when called by it. Following his first Regret attack, he did not deny his name anymore. When told by the Queen of Hearts to say his name, he did not hesitate to answer with "Alice".

PersonalityEdit

Alice sarcasm

Alice's sarcasm

Alice has a confident personality. He believes that he can finish the game, for he is the Alice of Wonderland. When invited to someone's place, he does not want himself making tea, since he believes that he is a guest. This can be seen twice in the manga; when he asked the Mad Hatter if he will make his own tea; and when he asked the White Knight whether the tea will be made by the White Knight or by himself. Alice is also confident in the game to kill the White Rabbit and is determined to finish it by practicing his shooting skills with his revolver. In his spare time, he gets easily bored and just wants to kill the White Rabbit in order for the game to be finished already. However, Alice can also be seen as sarcastic most of the time. He loves to make comments on almost everything he thinks weird or out of place. The Knave of Hearts once thought his ironic retort as insult to the Queen of Hearts. Even if he is in grave conditions, he still has enough sarcasm; when he was a hostage of the Knave, he still manages to be somewhat sarcastic with the way he talks to the Knave.

Another characteristic worth mentioning is his curiosity. This corresponds to how Lewis Carroll's Alice's personality should have been (although she is, of course, without sarcasm; just pure curiosity). He is somewhat also emotional, shouting every time he can. This trait was commented by the Mad Hatter.

Alice Hatter monkeys

Alice and the Hatter likened to two mountain monkeys

Furthermore, Alice is shown to be competitive and aggressive especially with his partner, the Mad Hatter, with whom he usually argues and is at odds with. Usually, and partially due to Alice's personality, when having a conversation with the Mad Hatter, it will end with the two of them quarreling. In an omake, the Cheshire Cat remarks that the two are like a pair of mountain monkeys when they fight.[1] However, Alice, like all previous Alices, is attached to the Mad Hatter and often feels lonely if he isn't around. He also becomes jealous if the Mad Hatter gives his attention to others, like the March Hare. A running gag through the series is that both Alice and the Hatter acknowledge that they are like a married couple, with the Hatter being the "dominant partner",[2] where they are like having a "marriage crisis" as described by the Hatter himself.[3] Later, however, Hatter asks Alice to teach him how to tie a tie. When Alice asks why, he merely replies that he aspires to be a "domineering husband", to which Alice asks if he has a "mistress", since Alice is his "wife". The Hatter, however, responds in complete seriousness that he is completely dedicated to Alice, which Alice finds creepy.[4] Given these dynamics, it can be seen that Alice and the Hatter have an erratic relationship, sometimes being harmonious, especially when dealing with matters related with the game, but also oftentimes being discordant, as seen during casual times.

During separate occasions, Alice looks up to the original Alice as his older sister whom he cherished dearly because even when he had nothing, she found him and held on to him. However, it was later revealed that he attempted to kill her because he was jealous of everything she had: her name, her life, her dreams. He killed her in order to become the real Alice and promptly forgot about it after he came to Wonderland. 

Despite his sometimes negative demeanour towards others, Alice was seen to have a soft spot for the Duchess, where the two genuinely cared for each other. The two became good friends with each other, with the Duchess encouraging Alice to become the true Alice. Because of his thoughtfulness for her, Alice was outraged when he heard that the Duchess was supposed to be his substitute in being attacked by the Duke, and attempted to set her free by killing the monster. After the incident with the Duke, Alice mentioned that he wished to spend more time with her, such as having tea, not knowing that she was already executed.[5]

AppearanceEdit

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Alice's full appearance

Alice is a fair-skinned man with blue eyes and shaggy, blond hair where his unkempt bangs cover his forehead. For most of the series, his outfit consists of blue, long-sleeved shirt with notched collars, which he does not fully button up and is tucked in his pants; underneath the collars, he places a loosely-tied black necktie. He wears a white, three-button suit jacket with three buttons at the end of each sleeve and a pair of matching-coloured pants, finished off with white laceless Oxford shoes. He usually keeps his snubnosed revolver on the left area inside his jacket or in his right pocket of his pants.

When staying at his and the Hatter's flat, especially when he sleeps,[6][7] he occasionally takes off his jacket, which reveals a dark-coloured belt with buckle fastened around his waist.[8]

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Alice dressed up as a woman

During the occasion that Alice dressed up as a woman, he initially wore an extravagant dress with white-lined black high collar and short, white, puffy sleeves; the body of the dress is striped until the lower torso area and worn with a black belt which is tied into a ribbon behind, where the design spreads like an "X" shape and continues on the edge of the skirt with abstract designs of heart shapes. Alice also wore a headpiece with a heart ornament over a striped ribbon-like lace, alongside what is most likely his white Oxfords. Though the Hatter commended this look (albeit with sarcasm), he replaced the look with a simpler appearance: he wore a blue, long-sleeved dress with puffed shoulders and white-and-black linings on the eyelet collars, large cuffs, and edge of the skirt, which is topped by a white pinafore and a white-and-black belt tied around the waist. Underneath, he wore white drawers over black stockings and black, low-heeled, Mary Jane shoes. He apparently wore a blonde wig that reaches his back, adorned with a black ribbon headband over his head.[5][9]

AbilitiesEdit

Alice punch

Alice's trademark punch for the Knave of Hearts

Alice is relatively able to fight, as seen when he tried to kick the first Regret who attacked him.[10] This can also be seen when he punches the Fish Footman[8] and the Knave of Hearts multiple times[11][12][13] later in the series, though merely for comedic purposes.

To aid him in the game, Alice was given a black snub-nosed revolver by the Mad Hatter when he was brought to his apartment. Alice tried to use it to shoot him, but was unsuccessful since it had no bullets loaded. The Mad Hatter told Alice that the gun was not meant to protect himself, since there is no need as long as he is around protecting him. Later, it is implied that the real use of the gun is to help Alice in the game of killing the White Rabbit. Though initially poor in his marksmanship, Alice eventually became adept in shooting with his gun, to the point of injuring the Cheshire Cat's arm, and, because of his amateur excellence, he often practices his shooting skills, so that he would never again hit and thereby hurt anyone or anything.

PlotEdit

Arrival of the 89th Alice in WonderlandEdit

Cheshire welcomes Alice

The Cheshire Cat welcomes "Alice"

Alice arrives in the middle of a parade being held in Wonderland. Pulled out of the crowd by the Cheshire Cat, he states that the parade will start soon and it would be dangerous to be in the streets. Alice thanks him, only to be welcomed to Wonderland by the Cat and called him "Alice", which causes him to flinch away. Saying his name is not Alice, the Cheshire Cat says that it is unusual to be doubtful to his own name. To get to an agreement, Alice says that his name is probably Alice, only for the whole crowd of the parade to turn and stare at him for this. The Cheshire Cat warns him not to turn around and that he will do Alice a favor and bring him wherever he wants, courtesy of a pet cat.

The Cheshire Cat begins to lead Alice to the Castle of the Queen of Hearts, dodging Alice's questions while asking his own. Stating that it will be nice if Alice finds what he is searching for, he asks if Alice does have any questions, only for the boy to comment that his intent is never answering useless questions. He apologizes, saying he did not have any intent to order him about unlike the Queen of Hearts. After explaining who the monarch is, the Cheshire Cat tells Alice that they are going to the palace on orders, supposedly by the Queen of Hearts. Alice turns around to leave, not wanting to get involved in someone's absolute orders, only for the Cheshire Cat to tell him once again not to look back and tells him about the Regrets, which Alice confuses for enemies. The Cat lists off the three types of humans that Regrets like, but only manages to name two: Alice in Wonderland and humans close to suicide.

Alice gets strangled

Alice's first Regret attack

He disappears the moment a Regret forms itself behind Alice, appearing in the form of a female. First appearing comforting to Alice, it then "attacks" by kissing Alice, then knocking him to the ground and strangling him; the Regret begs Alice to return the name, only to turn when Alice refuses to. The Mad Hatter, however, steps in and saves Alice, shooting the Regret and dissipating it. There is a brief moment of Alice wondering if he has seen the Mad Hatter before, only to push it away when the Hatter orders Alice to get up.[10] Making a point by shooting down some Regrets hiding on the rooftops, Alice goes along with the Hatter after asking if he is an enemy or not. Warning him not to turn around, the Mad Hatter clarifies why the Regrets appear if one "turns around": the Queen of Hearts made it an order to throw away one's past behind. As they begin to walk, he asks if Alice met the Cheshire Cat. Appearing out of nowhere, the Cheshire Cat makes it a point that Alice named himself. The Hatter ignores him, warning Alice not to meet up with the Cheshire Cat again. The latter points out that the Hatter cannot see him and hates him, only for the Hatter to clarify that he loves all cats except him. After being chased away, the Cheshire Cat apologizes and asks to talk to him later, and, as he leaves the Hatter, he clarifies that he works for the Duchess, not the Queen.

As they rest at the Hatter's flat, Alice asks the Hatter to make him tea, since he is a guest, only for the Hatter to reject his demand. He finally asks the Hatter why he is the one chosen to meet the Queen, to which the Hatter does not know, asserting that he only follows the orders. The Hatter then gives Alice his own gun as a medium for protecting himself; Alice points it at the Hatter and, upon being provoked by the Hatter, fires it. However, it contains no bullets as the Hatter gives him some advice and the bullets for the gun, clarifying that Alice does not need to protect himself since the Hatter is the one tasked to do so. As the Hatter finishes his tea, he kills yet another Regret from earlier and further explains their origins.

Alice states name

Alice formally introduces himself to the Queen

Alice arrives at the Queen's castle where he is officially dubbed as the 89th Alice of Wonderland. Strangely enough, as said by the Queen of Hearts, it is common knowledge in Wonderland that every Alice candidate is brought to Wonderland by the White Rabbit, who gives them the name "Alice". When asked by the Queen about being given a name by the White Rabbit, Alice answers ambiguously. Because Alice did not learn about the game from the White Rabbit himself, he becomes surprised when the Queen tells him about it and starts to back out from the game. He cannot, however, refuse from the order even from the beginning, making Alice mumble at the Queen. The Knave of Hearts unsheathes his sword, ready to attack Alice at his "disrespect", but is halted by the Queen. As he once again struggles to negotiate with the Queen, having no desire to kill anyone, the Queen finally orders Alice to kill the White Rabbit.[6] With a scythe on his neck, clouded by thoughts of refusal as his arrival at Wonderland was not meant to kill anyone, Alice tries to shoot the Queen with the gun that the Hatter gave him, but the Queen notices him and comforts him, advising him to not yield into the fear he feels. As he explains about the Regrets, a swarm of Regrets taking the form of women gather at the castle's window. As the Queen officially welcomes him as the 89th Alice, the latter shoots the Queen, refusing to be a tool that can be merely thrown away rather easily, similar to the previous Alices. He remarks that killing anyone is not his reason for coming to Wonderland, but a sudden flashback or scene appears, with Alice laughing eerily with a lady in casualty almost obscured in the foreground. Just then, a lady in a throne urges him to take the name of "Alice" and bleeds, then asking him to kill her in order for him to become happy. Losing grasp of reality, Alice fires his gun one more time, grazing the Queen, completely hitting the glass window. The Queen commends his interesting personality, praising his great capability for murder compared to the other candidates. Despite being grazed from Alice's bullet, the Queen's wound disappears, shocking Alice; as the Queen explains, in Wonderland, one's name holds a power to kill certain people. Hence, befitting his name, Alice can kill the White Rabbit. Alice then agrees to join the game to kill the White Rabbit, but negotiates with the Queen to reward him with safety and a place to stay in freedom should he be able to win the game; otherwise, he shall just shoot himself on the head. The Queen accepts Alice's terms.

Outside, he meets the Hatter who was waiting for him, who is revealed to be Alice's partner, as he can kill anyone hostile towards Alice. With confidence, Alice asserts that he will win the game – alongside completing contracts such as him getting his reward, to which the Hatter comments that he is an amazing candidate. As they go back to their flat, Alice turns around, as if as a response to someone calling him, but gets reprimanded by the Hatter for "looking back".[14]

Back at their flat, Alice inspects a sealed door, but nonetheless opens it, only to be flooded by a mountain of hats. Inside, he sees a shop for selling hats, questioning the Hatter's seriousness about selling them; the Hatter tells him that the shop is closed. Out of boredom, Alice wants to resume the game and kill the White Rabbit, but the Hatter advises him to first locate the mouse, Wonderland's only informant who can track the whereabouts of the White Rabbit. Alice asks the Hatter to find the mouse, but the Hatter tells him they shall go after teatime; Alice seems to be more determined to win the game, even if it means killing the White Rabbit in exchange for finding a place for himself. Later, Alice goes outside and practices his shooting skills. Failing to hit at least one target, he becomes annoyed and seemingly jealous of the Hatter's refined shooting skills. As he resumes his training, a figure approaches, revealing to be a fish footman. Alice screams at the fish's anthropomorphic features, while the footman invites him on behalf of his mistress. With Alice not listening to him, the footman hooks him and brings him forcibly to his mistress' residence. Alice shouts for help at the Hatter, but ignores him as he drinks his tea.

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Alice attempts to shoot the Duke

At the Duchess' mansion, Alice is welcomed by the young Duchess and gets him some tea. The two converse, where Alice notices the people outside to be doing something stupid again; however, the Duchess rebukes him and informs him that they are conducting a welcome parade meant for him. Despite their welcome, he retorts that they do not actually seem to notice him, but the Duchess explains that they do not want anything to do with Alice, causing him to be further confused. At that point, the Duchess serves him tea, but Alice notices a small burn on the back of her palm, so he lends her his necktie to tend to her wound. She thanks him for his kindness; Alice tells her that he shall make haste in killing the White Rabbit, leading the Duchess to think that he is surely bent on becoming the real Alice. The Duchess questions him of his plan whether he still wants to become Alice in spite of abandoning his past and sacrificing many things in his life, similar to the previous Alices. Before he could answer, the Duchess grows wary that "it" is back and orders her footman to let Alice escape from the place; while doing so, Alice notices a massive entity enter the location.[15] He sees the Duchess welcome the Duke as "Alice", causing him confusion. He then realises that the Duchess' wound from earlier was caused by the liquid coming from the monster when physically coming into contact with the Duchess. As he shouts at the Duchess, the Cheshire Cat appears and shuts him, telling him not to interfere with the Duchess' job of being Alice's substitute. As the Cheshire Cat takes Alice away, Alice thwarts him and demands him to give an explanation about the Duchess. He asks help from the Cheshire Cat to stop the monster and help his mistress, but rejects him; he decides to stop it himself, but he is again stopped by a thought of an Alice Regret who blackmails him into killing the White Rabbit and anyone in order to become Alice. He is ultimately stopped by the Cheshire Cat who reminds him that his weapon is meant to kill the White Rabbit and cannot protect anyone. He is brought home by the Cheshire Cat and advises him not to worry about anything, including the Duchess. Just then, the Hatter shoots towards their position, ordering the Cheshire Cat to let go of Alice or he will shoot again. As the Cheshire Cat leaves, Alice appears to be distraught by the recent happening and wonders what Alice really is. The Hatter fires his gun, answering him that he is Alice.[16]

The next day, Alice dreams and ponders why he was born and how he can leave Wonderland, though he does not know how to. Nonetheless, despite his seeming uselessness – as he has no dreams, hope, or name, he asserts that he would do anything for anyone shall his help be needed. The Hatter wakes him up by firing his gun; he insists Alice that they shall leave at once to resume the game, which includes capturing the mouse. Along the way, Alice still recalls the incident with the Duchess when he bumps into a child along with his two friends. They recognise him as Alice, much to his surprise; immediately, they run away from him, apologising. As the residents stare at him, the Hatter places his own hat onto Alice's head and explains that no one wants to get involved with him. Alice asks him if he is alright with this issue, where the Hatter answers he is; after all, he is the only one capable of protecting Alice. He also asks the Hatter if he was able to accompany the previous Alice before him, but before he could expound on his inquiry, the Hatter cuts him, arriving at Caterpillar Lane. He sees the entrance of the building and remarks it as "tacky", but the Hatter sees it as something "normal". With the narrow entrance of the place, Alice sticks his head onto the space, but cannot get out. As he struggles to get out, a lady proclaims that she "has found Alice", much to the surprise of the Hatter and several characters in Wonderland. Unbeknownst to him, the Duke forms behind Alice, with the Hatter leaving him behind to face the monster.[7]

Ruckus at Town SquareEdit

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Alice faces the Duke

Still clueless about the Duke's reappearance at town square, Alice struggles to get free from his stuck state. He ponders how easily the Hatter can fire his gun at Regrets who have failed to become Alice whereas they have been candidates for the game before. Suddenly, a man stands behind him and asks if he is afraid of the Hatter. He adds that it is only natural to fear someone who has given up his time for the sake of the ending of the story; he holds a key and frees Alice from his stuck state. As Alice asks him who he is, the man advises him that names are not easily given off in Wonderland, since the White Rabbit shall be mad if one does not take care of their name properly, though he calls Alice by name.[7] He tells Alice about the Hatter's personality, making Alice think that he may be the man they were looking for. Just then, black oozes appear, and the Dormouse inform Alice that the Duke has attacked town square because the substitute probably failed to fulfill her duty. As the Duke is crazy about Alice, he, as the real Alice, may be able to stop the Duke. The Dormouse leaves and Alice asks him if he is running away, but he tells him that he is merely being cautious. He asks Alice to tell the Hatter that his timing is terrible as usual. Alice heeds the Dormouse's advice and goes to town square, just in time to interrupt the Hatter who was about to shoot the Duke. Relieved to see that the Duchess is safe, Alice proclaims that he is Alice of Wonderland and not a substitute. As the Hatter angrily orders him to run away, Alice comes face to face with the Duke and eats him up, shocking everyone at the scene.

Inside the Duke, Alice marvels at the materials things that the Duke has eaten up and thinks of a way to stop him. However, black oozes drip on him, injuring him all over. He falls down and lands at a garden without injury and faces a lady holding a black cat, referring to her as "big sister".[17]

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Alice is retrieved by the White Rabbit from the Duke

She embraces him and takes him to her house, serving him various sweets and pastries. He mocks by saying that the sweets seem to be for her "teacher", but she tells him they are for him as well. Alice gives in and decides to eat the food. He tells her that she should not wander outside, though she tells him that her pet cat Dinah is always by her side, even constantly advising her – "Alice" – on how to reach the end of the story. Confused, Alice clarifies that he is Alice; she turns cold at him and orders him to give her name back. However, he fails to accept the prospect of not being acknowledged by anyone and resorts to anger; seemingly being controlled, he fires his gun at her and kills her. He gets shocked by the happening, but ultimately grins at the fact that it is the right story. Suddenly, the White Rabbit disagrees behind him; back at the town square, the White Rabbit actually appears and slashes the Duke, retrieving an unconscious Alice back. The White Rabbit tells the Hatter that the 89th Alice is not Alice; the Hatter becomes confused that the White Rabbit declines his being Alice when he was the one who brought him to Wonderland. The Cheshire Cat informs him that Alice came to Wonderland out of his free will and, being such, he tells the Hatter that he is free to do whatever he wants with him. The Duchess then orders the Cheshire Cat to carry him to her residence.[18]

AftermathEdit

Alice arrives at the Duchess' mansion courtesy of the Cheshire Cat and is waked by the fish footman. The Duchess arrives happy to see him; Alice asks about the Duke, but the Cheshire Cat arrives and tells him that it has been taken care of by the White Rabbit. As the Cheshire Cat leaves, the Duchess returns his necktie and puts it on him. Though Alice vaguely remembers what had happened, he asks the Duchess why the Duke has been killed. She answers that he probably has no use anymore, to which he responds that she also should not be a replacement anymore as well; she says she will not be, making Alice relieved. He is again asked by the Duchess if he still wants to become Alice amidst the challenges; he answers that he will become Alice. Outside, he tells the Hatter that they shall now resume the game.[8]

TriviaEdit

  • In Disney's Alice in Wonderland (1951), Alice was a little girl with curiosity who had long blonde hair, a blue dress, a white apron, and a black bow in her hair. Curious but serious, she often discussed with residents of Wonderland as to why they were so silly, and she spent many of her travels being abused or ignored by the characters around her, save for the White Knight. To mirror this, Alice's outfit is with short blonde hair, a blue shirt (dress), a white suit (apron), and a black tie (bow), and has a similar personality if put onto a masculine character. Also, while he's treated far better, he complains twice the amount the book Alice did about how he's ignored or abused or something of the sort.
  • The 88th Alice once asked the Mad Hatter whether he is a bad guy or not. He gave the same response to Alice when he asked the same thing to him.
  • Alice once commented when he was about to be taken to see the Queen, that it would be good if she was the kind of beauty he's into. Unfortunately the Queen was a "he," and he resented the Mad Hatter in a funny way for not telling and even encouraging him for the meeting.
  • In the drama CD, Alice is not surprised at all when the Cheshire Cat appears at random.  However, in the manga, almost every sudden appearance by the Cheshire Cat is greeted with Alice's surprise or screaming. A key example is in the Pool of Tears arc; in the drama, when the Cat appears, there's a moment of silence before Alice asks where he came from.  In the manga, Alice screams, falls over, and orders the Cheshire Cat to stop appearing so suddenly. Also, in the manga, it almost feels like every moment described above grows in grandiose nature.
  • Alice likes to sleep at ten o'clock.
  • Alice's type is a girl who is beautiful and older than him.
  • Alice's birthplace or birthdate is unknown, though he hints that it was raining when he was born.
  • Alice's desired pet is anything but a cat.

QuotesEdit

  • (To the Cheshire Cat) "I don't happen to possess the name that the likes of you has just labeled me with. I'm... Let's just say that my name's probably Alice. Satisfied?"[10]
  • (To Marianne) "I won't give that name to anyone. One Alice is enough and I'm that Alice. I... I've had enough of no one calling my name... No one acknowledging my existence... I don't want to live like a piece of scrap paper anymore... Didn't you promise to give me a name... Big sister? You've lived happily enough, right? It's my turn now. I'm... Going to become Alice!"[18]
  • "There's no way she could be in Wonderland. She can't possibly be alive here."
  • "I killed her. Her eyes, her arms, her legs... Her dreams, her wishes, her past, her everything, I completely erased it all... And her name, I... That's right. I stole my sister's name... Was born... And then came to Wonderland."
  • "I was given a name. I was given a place to belong. I was given life. Just existing... Even the mere act of drawing breath... Gives me a feeling of ecstasy I can't even begin to express."

ReferencesEdit

  1. Are You Alice? omake, Are You Anima?
  2. Are You Alice? manga, Chapter 22
  3. Are You Alice? manga, Chapter 34
  4. Are You Alice? manga, Chapter 38
  5. 5.0 5.1 Are You Alice? manga, Chapter 10
  6. 6.0 6.1 Are You Alice? manga, Chapter 2
  7. 7.0 7.1 7.2 Are You Alice? manga, Chapter 6
  8. 8.0 8.1 8.2 Are You Alice? manga, Chapter 9
  9. Are You Alice? volume 2 special edition back cover
  10. 10.0 10.1 10.2 Are You Alice? manga, Chapter 1
  11. Are You Alice? manga, Chapter 11
  12. Are You Alice? manga, Chapter 39
  13. Are You Alice? manga, Chapter 40
  14. Are You Alice? manga, Chapter 3
  15. Are You Alice? manga, Chapter 4
  16. Are You Alice? manga, Chapter 5
  17. Are You Alice? manga, Chapter 7
  18. 18.0 18.1 Are You Alice? manga, Chapter 8

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Alice of Wonderland
Known candidates  The 88th AliceThe 89th Alice
See also  The Other AlicesAlice of Wonderland"Kill The White Rabbit" Game