Lost Girls Collected by Alan Moore
Reviewed by Gerry Donaghy
"Alan Moore and Melinda Gebbie's new graphic (in every sense of the word) novel Lost Girls addresses, among other things, the emerging sexuality of adolescence that most adults find troublesome. The vehicles for this exploration are three heroines from children's literature's most familiar stories: Dorothy from The Wizard of Oz, Wendy from Peter Pan, and Alice from Alice in Wonderland. These three, gathered in a European hotel on the eve of the Great War, engage in an unabashed orgy of sex, drugs, and rock 'n' roll (okay, it's Stravinsky's 'Rites of Spring,' but that was as decadent in its day as Elvis's hips were in the fifties)...." Read the entire Powells.com review.