"Alice In Sunderland" is a 250 page black
and white with spot colour graphic novel, Bryan describes as a "Portmanteau
Comic" and hopes it's "like nothing you've seen before."
Bryan continues, "The theme is Lewis Carroll
and his muse, Alice Liddell, told in a dream-logic documentary style,
but the book really is about history and storytelling and contains
many other stories running a gamut of styles, all intricately interwoven
and using the framing device of an Edwardian Music Hall. Beneath
its seeming stream-of-consciousness surface is a rock-solid structure.