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  • The Red Queen
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  • The Red Queen, a.k.a. Iracebeth or Iracebeth of Crims, is the main villain of the 2010 film Alice in Wonderland, and a red of Alice Through the Looking Glass.
  • Character in Through The Looking Glass by Lewis Carroll (not to be confused with The Queen of Hearts; she is a chess piece, although many readers today may be more familiar with black rather than red pieces - the book also features a White Queen). Probably the inspiration for The Queen In Red. She has lent her name to an evolutionary hypothesis regarding the value of sex and an EP. The term 'Red Queen' has been used in other contexts, such as the Resident Evil series and a Doctor Who fanfiction (Gypsy Through The Looking Glass) by DJ Tyrer. See The Red King.
  • In the High Hide, Levine and Malcolm watch the herbivorous dinosaurs grazing and drinking across the field; Levine notes their spacial arraingment and believes its a sort of defense perimeter. Below, Eddie finishes reassembling a spherical cage that Levine explains is a sort of shark cage, but for dinosaurs. The cage is fastened to the bottom of the High Hide and if any aggressive dinosaurs wander too close to the Hide, people on the ground can get into the cage for protection. Levine, however, believes that the pungent odor of the ferns being used to camoflage the High Hide (which are mildly poisonous) will deter any of the herbivores from coming too closely. Levine then continues on with his theory that modern-day plant defenses are the result of plants defending themselves from over-gra
  • Iracebeth of Crims, also know as The Red Queen, is the primary antagonist of the 2010 film Alice in Wonderland, and a major character and anti-heroine of its sequel Alice Through the Looking Glass. She is the tyrannical queen of Underland and possesses a bloodthirsty personality, commonly sentencing people and animals to be beheaded for the most ordinary of situations. She maintains a difficult relationship with her younger sister, Mirana the White Queen.
Alliance
  • Bad
Alignment
  • Bad
  • Bad/Neutral, later Good
Goal
  • Make her sister tell her the truth
  • To control Underland To be with Will Scarlet
  • To rule Underland at all costs, kill Alice, her sister, and anyone who dares to oppose her rule
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Dislikes
  • Her sister the White Queen , opposition, treachery, her sister's lies
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Inspiration
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  • Duchess from Alice in Wonderland
  • Miranda Richardson's queen from Blackaddar
  • Miranda Richardson's queen from Blackadder
  • Original and new Queen of Hearts from Alice in Wonderland
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Games
Likes
  • Executions
  • Executions, ruling, being feared, being loved, the crown
Appearance
  • Stout, gigantic bulbous head, fair skin, red heart-shaped hair, pale face, blue queen eye shadow, red-and-black dress with large white collar, tan corset, red dress-skirt with gold-and-black hearts, black shoes with red hearts under the heels, white-and-black striped stockings with red hearts, pearl necklace, gold crown with rubies
  • A woman with a huge head and a heart shaped hair style
Name
  • Iracebeth of Crims
Personality
  • Cruel, selfish, paranoid
  • Bad and hot tempered, paranoid, cruel, abusive, loud, boisterous, antagonistic, villainous, evil, violent, narcissistic, bitter, cynical, spoiled, impulsive, tragic, heart-broken, calm , friendly
Shows
  • Once Upon a Time in Wonderland
Fate
  • After her army is defeated, she is nearly killed by the Knave of Hearts, then gets expelled from Underland by the White Queen condemned to live in solitude Forgives her sister and becomes good
  • Arrested by The White Queen Redeemed in the mid-series finale- Once Upon a Time in Wonderland Marries Will Scarlet and becomes the White Queen- Once Upon a Time in Wonderland
Alias
  • Your Majesty
  • Bloody Big Head
  • Iracabeth
  • Racie
  • The Red Queen, Anastasia Tremaine
Enemies
  • Alice Kingsleigh , Tarrant Hightopp , the White Queen , Underland citizens , the Knave of Hearts
  • Alice Kingsleigh, Underland Resistance , Alice, Cyrus
Home
Affiliations
  • Her empire
Occupation
  • Underland's ruler
  • monarch Thief Queen of Wonderland
Family
Fullname
  • Iracebeth of Crims
Films
  • Alice in Wonderland
  • Alice Through the Looking Glass
Friends
Quote
  • "HE TRIED TO KILL ME!"
  • "Her name is Um, IDIOT!"
  • "OFF WITH HIS HEAD!"
  • "SOMEONE HAS STOLEN THREE OF MY TARTS!"
  • "SOMEONE HAS STOLEN THREE OF MY TARTS"
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  • In the High Hide, Levine and Malcolm watch the herbivorous dinosaurs grazing and drinking across the field; Levine notes their spacial arraingment and believes its a sort of defense perimeter. Below, Eddie finishes reassembling a spherical cage that Levine explains is a sort of shark cage, but for dinosaurs. The cage is fastened to the bottom of the High Hide and if any aggressive dinosaurs wander too close to the Hide, people on the ground can get into the cage for protection. Levine, however, believes that the pungent odor of the ferns being used to camoflage the High Hide (which are mildly poisonous) will deter any of the herbivores from coming too closely. Levine then continues on with his theory that modern-day plant defenses are the result of plants defending themselves from over-grazing from dinosaurs. Noting that despite the abundance of apatosaurs, most of the trees seem relatively intact and not denuded as one would expect; Levine theorizes that the apatosaurs don't actually eat from the tops of trees as one would expect due to the physical stress of having such a long neck (breathing issues, pumping blood up such a long neck) but rather eat from the lower branches and use their neck as a sort of counter-balance for when they use their tails as a weapon of defense. Malcolm interjects that there is something even more remarkable about the dinosaurs they've seen; none of them have attained true adulthood. Levine is unconcerned, believing that dinosaurs simply need more time to grow. Malcolm doesn't believe that explanation for a second and throws Levine's arrogance back in his face by stating that the answer is obvious, much to the enjoyment of Kelly and Arby. Levine, annoyed, states that it could simply be due to being constrained on the island or that they were engineered to be smaller than the fossil record dinosaurs. Malcolm concedes that "Maybe you are right. But then again, maybe you are not."
  • Iracebeth of Crims, also know as The Red Queen, is the primary antagonist of the 2010 film Alice in Wonderland, and a major character and anti-heroine of its sequel Alice Through the Looking Glass. She is the tyrannical queen of Underland and possesses a bloodthirsty personality, commonly sentencing people and animals to be beheaded for the most ordinary of situations. She maintains a difficult relationship with her younger sister, Mirana the White Queen. Other incarnations of the Lewis Carroll character have also appeared before, although in rather minor roles, and for simplicity's sake are also covered on this page.
  • The Red Queen, a.k.a. Iracebeth or Iracebeth of Crims, is the main villain of the 2010 film Alice in Wonderland, and a red of Alice Through the Looking Glass.
  • Character in Through The Looking Glass by Lewis Carroll (not to be confused with The Queen of Hearts; she is a chess piece, although many readers today may be more familiar with black rather than red pieces - the book also features a White Queen). Probably the inspiration for The Queen In Red. She has lent her name to an evolutionary hypothesis regarding the value of sex and an EP. The term 'Red Queen' has been used in other contexts, such as the Resident Evil series and a Doctor Who fanfiction (Gypsy Through The Looking Glass) by DJ Tyrer. See The Red King.
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