Alice has such a hard time keeping her clothes on when she sips liquids from mysterious bottles tagged “Drink Me.” While I’m used to seeing this sort of ladies when I was a bouncer at a nightclub, the patrons usually didn’t shrink in size.
Mighty Jaxx was taking pre-orders for a new version of The Wanderer statue. The Heartbroken Edition was a recoloring of a previous release, this one more goth than the original. As I alluded to earlier, Alice is having a bit of a wardrobe malfunction thanks to her sudden change in size. Her makeup seems to be a bit runny, too.
Sadly, the statue is already sold out. Both versions of the statue were priced at $299 apiece. Each statue measured 9″ tall and was made from polystone. These weren’t the first “sexy” Alice statues, but they were the first ones I’d consider spending money on. Check them out below:
Down the rabbit hole of heartbreak she goes, wishing of things she could’ve changed. Sitting on the floor crying in her pain, surrounded by darkness and overwhelmed with ache. Alone in the dark, she lets it all out, letting go of the little things till she’s far away. The sun will rise and the moon will follow and she’ll find hope in a brand new day.
The Wanderer is estimated to start shipping out in September of this year. Maybe Mighty Jaxx will give everyone a second shot at pre-ordering her? Would you want to own a $299 statue of a partially clothed Alice?
In the comments section below, let us know what you think about these “sexified” literary characters. Or not. The government will probably put you on a list if you do. Oh, wait … that means I’m on it now, too. Uh oh.
[Source: Mighty Jaxx]
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