Drink Me

Chapter 2

Watashi wa nomu
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Drink Me is the second chapter of the Are You Alice? manga series.  It alligns to track 2 of Drink Me and shares the same name.


"What I should be doing now is..."


As Alice was saved by the mysterious man from the young girl who strangled him before, he thought that he have seen him somewhere. The man ordered Alice that they would go to the main street but Alice refuses. He then shoots upward, killing another Miren who was about to attack them. He told Alice not to turn around no matter what for it was an order by the Queen of Hearts.

At the Mad Hatter's Apartment, Alice and the Mad Hatter were seen having some tea though Alice complained that the Mad Hatter isn't serving him some tea for he is a guest. Unfortunately, the Mad Hatter explained that the house isn't for entertaining people so he must pour himself for some tea. The Mad Hatter told Alice that he would be taking him to the Queen by 6 as it may count as a tourist attraction. The Mad Hatter throws a gun to him and Alice thought that the smartest thing then is for him to shoot him first if the gun is for protecting himself. However, the Mad Hatter says that he can't kill him. As Alice points his gun to him and shoots him, there were no bullets in it. Then, the Mad Hatter points again his gun near Alice, killing another Miren behind Alice. He tells Alice that his job is to protect Alice from "enemies" that is why there's no need for him to protect himself. Alice compliments the Queen that it would be good if her beauty is the kind he's into. The Mad Hatter tells him to look forward to it as much as he can.

As they arrive to the Queen's Castle, the Queen then asks for Alice's name, saying "Alice" afterwards. The Queen assumes that he had already met the White Rabbit who brought him to Wonderland. Unfortunately, Alice does not know much about the White Rabbit. The Queen asks him if the White Rabbit was the one who gave him the name of "Alice" which made Alice more puzzled though he answered affirmatively with doubt. The Queen was irritated though but tells him that the reason why she summoned him. The Queen wanted him to participate in the game from now on: a game to kill the White Rabbit. The Queen tells him that the rules are very simple. First, the power to kill the White Rabbit will be given to Alice in Wonderland. If Alice uses that power to kill the White Rabbit, Alice is the winner. The Queen repeats that he is the only one she can ask of doing it, that the White Rabbit can only be killed by Alice.

One of the concubines of the Queen greets the Mad Hatter outside as she was forced to leave by the Queen. She also tells that the Alice this time isn't charming at all, whether Alice will listen to the Queen's orders. Hence, if Alice turns against Her Majesty, the Mad Hatter will have to kill the Queen. The Mad Hatter answers if it depends on the situation, that generally, he is loyal to the Queen that he gave her his time. The concubine tells him that even if he waits for his whole life, his time will not stand still forever.

The Queen tells him that the idea for the game to kill the White Rabbit originated from the White Rabbit himself, that he's looking for something that he won't ever find. The Alice that can kill the White Rabbit is the "real" Alice, the White Rabbit decided so. The game won't end until the real Alice is found; the Queen orders Alice to kill the White Rabbit.


Trivia and ErrorsEdit

  • The title is of the 'drink me' and 'eat me' bottles and candies found in Wonderland.  These foods labeled with this order change your size, from mouse-sized to being two stories tall or more.
  • Alice, for a brief moment, recalls scattered paper when he first sees the Mad Hatter.
  • When the Mad Hatter points his gun at the Cheshire Cat, he fails to even try and look at the space before him.  Instead, he stares off in an entirely different direction.  This is odd because, when threatening the Cat he can't see later on, he's always looking ahead to where the gun is pointing (towards the Cat).
  • After Alice realizes the revolver he got was empty, the Mad Hatter throws what looks like spent shell casing at Alice.  While that in itself is odd, it should be noted that the casings are hollow and one can look through them - revolver shell casings, when empty, still have one end of the case shut off by a piece of metal.
  • Until the Queen is formally revealed, everyone addresses the Queen of Hearts with feminine pronouns.
  • When the Knave of Hearts first appears, his uniform is white.  A similar effect happens with the hearts tattooed under the Queen's right eye.
  • In the CD drama, Alice never makes a comment towards getting even with the Mad Hatter flat-out lying to him about the Queen's gender like he does in the manga.  The scene also goes by very calmly in the drama: Alice doesn't panic upon hearing he has to kill someone, Jack never threatens Alice, and the Queen never gets his scythe out to make a point.
  • Not counting his hand gestures and when he stands, the Queen of Hearts' hands relocate a total of seven times.

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