Moore is one of the most critically acclaimed writers in the field of comic books, and the release of this work received widespread coverage in the industry media.
Despite the price of US, the book's first two print runs of 10,000 each sold out at the distributor level on the day of their release, with the US sales at the end of 2007 reaching 35,000 copies.
The original three-volume slipcase edition of Lost Girls was replaced in summer 2009 by a single-volume edition.
Over the course of the book's sixteen-year production, Moore and Gebbie entered into a romantic relationship, and in 2005 they announced their engagement to be married.
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Lewis Carroll's nonsense-words also make allusory appearances in Alice's dialogue, including phrases such as "to jab" and "bandersnatch" as well as more overt references to her adventures in phrases like "the reflection is the real thing" and "I made pretence". Each volume has ten chapters, and each chapter contains eight pages.
Equally, the titles of each chapter naturally point towards the three "original" authors' books: "The Mirror", "Silver Shoes", "Missing Shadows", "A Vice From a Caterpillar", "Which Dreamed It? This format initially derived from its original serialised publication in Stephen R.
On 11 October 2006, Top Shelf signed an agreement with GOSH that did not concede copyright infringement, but delayed publication of Lost Girls in the UK until after the copyright lapsed at the end of 2007.
The title of the work is a play on the name for Peter Pan's followers, the Lost Boys.