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About Me

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Name: M. Alice
Location: New England
Graduated: Savannah College of Art and Design (2003)
BFA in Sequential Art
Employer: TOKYOPOP, Inc.

M. Alice is a freelance artist and the creator of TOKYOPOP's successful new graphic novel series, Bizenghast. After receiving her BFA in Sequential Art from Savannah College of Art and Design, M. Alice began her comics career with an exhibit in the Connecticut Historical Museum in 2004, "Heroes, Heartthrobs and Horrors: A History of the Comic Book In Connecticut." She later won a spot in TOKYOPOP's Rising Stars of Manga 2 anthology with her short story Nikolai and was offered a contract with the company. M. Alice has been featured on Teen People's "What's Hot List", and in the 2006 HarperCollins book, Mangaka America: Manga By America's Hottest Artists.

Bizenghast currently appears in bookstores in more than a dozen countries and languages and has garnered fans from as far away as Latvia and Hungary. In addition to comics, M. Alice also competes internationally in cosplay competitions and spends much of her free time designing clothing. She was featured in the Cosplayer Spotlight of NewType USA in July of 2005.

Current favorite things:
Shu Uemura
My iPod
How It's Made
Cartoon Network
Collecting hotel bibles
Harry Clarke
The color teal


I have a limited number of spaces available in my winter schedule for art commissions. For rates and availability, please email me at


All creative content of this site copyright M. Alice, 2004. Some content copyright Tokyopop, Inc. No part of this site may be reproduced without permission.

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"Readers looking to get in on the ground floor of the next great fantasy series don't have to look any further than Bizenghast."

"I cannot shake the feeling that this is somewhat of a guilty pleasure in terms of reading, but it also does the job of being a guilty pleasure with such gusto and commitment that it becomes all the more enjoyable."

-E. Anomie,

"I enjoyed Bizenghast, far more than I expected to and probably a little more than I should have."

-Chad Clayton,