- n. An obscure, fictional creature mentioned in Lewis Carroll's poems.
“Direct from Tim Burton's twisted take on Alice in Wonderland come new images of the beauty - Anne Hathaway's White Queen - and the beast, aka Bandersnatch”
“The Bandersnatch is my one and only Resident Evil OC.”
“Cecil Rhodes had a rusty black pony named "Bandersnatch" which”
“Spooky and I fell asleep talking about how marvelous is Tim Burton's Alice in Wonderland, especially the Hatter and the March Hare, the Bandersnatch and the battle with the Jabberwocky.”
“I liked the toothy Bandersnatch, and was utterly charmed by the Cheshire Cat, voiced by Stephen Fry.”
“The latest round of promotional materials in Disney's ongoing campaign to show us how awesome Tim Burton's take on "Alice in Wonderland" is brings some new character stills, including up-close looks at Bayard the dog, the Bandersnatch and the Caterpillar, as well as a pair of MTV-exclusive new posters featuring the Cheshire Cat and the White Rabbit.”
“Bandersnatch Books has an open call for submissions at the moment for their impending anthology, Dead West: 13 Tales of Murder and Mayhem.”
“When she hears about someone held unfairly in slavery, I expected her to do something about it, especially when she could have easily freed them (as with the Bandersnatch).”
“The form and size of the creature is never revealed, although in Through the Looking-Glass, the White King snickers that Alice “runs so fearfully quick” that she “might as well try to catch a Bandersnatch!””
“The Jabberwocky issues (2005) by Sean Wallace at Prime were partially influenced by AZ (and partially by my original mag Jabberwocky), while Bandersnatch (2007; edited by Paul Tremblay and Sean) influenced the use of an image across the boards under the dustjacket of Secret Lives.”
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