Lois in Wonderland

31 May

“Alice at last. You were as dimwitted the first time you came bere before; I believe you called it Wonderland as I recall.”

Who’d be able to dream of talking, anthropomorphic creatures along with some bloody big headed queen who controls their world? Lois Griffin probably would. She did at one point have a dream where she tried drowning Stewie, so why not a dream of some world with trippy color?

Lois – in my opinion – would probably be dressed quite sexier than Alice in her dream, and what of her other family members? What would they contribute to the storyline? Peter probably would be the March Hare or the Hatter – both being absolutely crazy and having no control of the zany things they do. Chris would be (with use of CGI) the Tweedle Twins, both very dimwitted. And her son, her youngest son?

Down With The Bloody Football Head! Art (c) by Shigune Matsui

Yep, the Bloody Big Head Red Queen. I figured that since Stewie likes to cross dress, was royalty in his past life also, and in specials such as the parodied renditions of Family Guy’s Star Wars was a villain, I made him the Red Queen. I did this concept since 2010 for the same reason, however I wanted to elaborate more on it.

He still keeps the heart lips that Red Queen does, the heart hairstyle, but the dress is a little different. He keeps Meg as his warm, fat pot bellied pig like in 2010 movie. Meg doesn’t get much glory in the series, and any glory is pried away by the Jaws of Humiliation.

She may have smashing good looks at age 40, but can she defeat the Bloody Football Head and “her” forces?


Posted by on May 31, 2011 in Sketches and Crap, TV


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2 responses to “Lois in Wonderland

  1. anthonysmithondhd

    June 3, 2011 at 4:16 am

    Reminds me of a lot of clamp works and other manga/anime that always do an alice in wonderland, character building, it was a dream episode.

  2. Ms. Matsui

    June 3, 2011 at 7:23 pm

    There’s one anime I know of that does that: Pandora Hearts. Also about Alice in Wonderland, it’s one of those stories that have hidden references.


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